Registration for the 2017-18 Season
APRIL 01, 2018
Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018.
The 1 October to 30 September timeframe covers both the Summer and Winter season.
The 1 April to 30 September timeframe covers Winter season only (RunNSW category).
Further information see:
Members of Athletics New South Wales are entitled to a host of benefits depending on their level of membership.
Benefits include eligibility to compete in ANSW events, coverage for Personal Accident Insurance, Annual Calendar, Registration/Competition bib, eAthlete information service and access to the ANSW Athlete's Advantage Membership Program.
New members registration click here
Existing members registration click here
For athletes who want to transfer clubs: ANSW Club Transfer Form
The 2018 Winter Calendar has been released
APRIL 01, 2018
Click here to download your event Calendar Winter 2018 COMPETITION CALENDAR
UTS Norths athletes ready for the Commonwealth Games
APRIL 08, 2018
UTS Norths athletes Emmanuel Fakiye and Evan O’Hanlon are fit and ready to represent Australia at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Emmanuel 21, is competing in the Triple Jump, the qualifying round will be held on Thursday 12th April and the Finals are on Saturday 14th April. He is a UTS student in receipt of the EAP scholarship and has had a fabulous season so far culminating in his selection in the Commonwealth Games team. His best jump last season and also a club record was 15.76 metres. However he jumped an incredible 16.26 metres at the ACT Championships which was held in January to smash his PB and club record. This just got him over the B standard of 16.25 metres enabling him to win selection in the Australian team.
Emmanuel was the only athlete to achieve the qualifying standard in the Triple Jump. He clinched his spot in the Commonwealth Games team by winning the National Title in March with a jump of 16.08 metres.
Evan O’Hanlon has competed in many International Athletics meets over the years. Evan 29, from Canberra will be competing in the T38, 100 metres sprint. He is a 5 time Gold medal winner in the Paralympics held in Beijing and London. He won a Silver medal in Rio after a surprise defeat by his Chinese rival he then retired. However, a chance to compete in front of his home crowd, prompted Evan to make a comeback. He is competing in the T38, 100 metres sprint at the Commonwealth Games. According to the Sydney Morning Herald: "This is definitely my biggest race on home soil and that's pretty much the only reason I continued to run after Rio, I wanted to experience racing at a home Games," O'Hanlon said.
"I'm definitely going for under 11 seconds first did it in 2008 and running it 10 years after my first would be pretty special." Evan runs his 100 metres sprint on the 9th April.
Best of luck to both Emmanuel and Evan.
Photos courteous of UTS Union and Evan’s Facebook sites.
UTS Norths Annual Dinner Tickets 2018
APRIL 15, 2018
Event: Annual Dinner and Awards Night
Day: Saturday 2nd June 2018
Location: Chatswood Golf Club
Time: 6pm for 6:30pm start until 10:30pm
Guest Speaker: Melinda Gainsford-Taylor
Purchase tickets by 19 May Click here to buy your tickets
Another Milestone for O'Hanlon
APRIL 15, 2018
Evan O’Hanlon took out the T38 100m in a time of 11.09 seconds at the Commonwealth on the Gold Coast.
Welcome back Evan and congratulations on your performance.
For more information on the event and Evan’s bio, click on this link
Why did you run up Mt Wellington?
APRIL 16, 2018
"Because it was there"
The AMRA, Australian Mountain Running Association, didn’t know what all the fuss was about on the Gold Coast when athletes took to Mt Wellington, Tasmania to complete the 2018 Australian Mountain Running Championships.
The very versatile UTS Norths athlete Leo Peterson was in great company when he ascended the 1400m peak finishing 3rd behind a World Sky Runner and Stair Racing World Champion, Ben Duffus and Mark Bourne. Click on image to view the 10km course.
More information about the event can be found here:
Leo also won the Grass Games Eliminator Mile in January this year running a 55.24 second last lap.