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Registration  for the 2019-20 Season

SEPTEMBER 01, 2019

Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2019 to 30 September 2020.

The 1 October to 30 September time frame covers both the Summer and Winter season.

The 1 April to 30 September time frame covers Winter season only (RunNSW category).

Further information see:

Fees information


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

PLEASE NOTE: All New and Existing Athletes must use the REGISTER Button ONLY


For athletes who want to transfer clubs (only use once registered with a club)ANSW Club Transfer Form


3 Major Registration CATEGORIES:

  • OPENS Athlete Eligible to compete in ALL ANSW and AA Sanctioned Events

  • CONCESSION/JUNIORS athlete Eligible to compete in ALL ANSW and AA Sanctioned Events

  • CLUB MEMBER Eligible to compete at Club Competition and to compete at the following ANSW Events ONLY

  1. NSW Relay Championships 23 – 24 November, Campbelltown

  2. NSW Club Championships 14 December, SOPAC

  3. NSW Masters Championships 7 – 9 February, SOPAC

  4. NSW Street Relays

  5. NSW Cross Country Relays

The 2019/20 Summer Calendar

SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

Click here to download your event Calendar Summer 2019 COMPETITION CALENDAR,

Please Click Here to go to ANSW Events Calendar. Events up until end of November have been added

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Three UTS North's athletes selected for Doha World Championships

SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

Congratulations to UTS North's members Bella O'Grady, Kristie Edwards and Carley on their selection in the Australian team for the World Athletics Championships in Doha.

Bella, 22, coached by Penny Gillies, had a serious hamstring injury, which kept her out of most of the summer season. However, she has made a good recovery and recently ran a PB of 51.87 at the recent World Uni Games in Japan. She was only just outside the A qualifier of 51.80 for the individual event.

Kristie, 19, coached by Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, has shown excellent recent form during the winter. She ran a PB of 11.75 in the Oceania Championships in June to help clinch her place on the open relay team.

Carley Thomas, 19, coached by Mauricia Powell, has been selected as an 800 metre runner. She had an excellent season getting her 800 metres time down close to the elusive 2 minute mark. She improved from 2:03.66 to 2:01.13 during the last summer season. She continued that form during the recent IAAF Diamond League meets in Europe. She improved her PB to 2:01.01 at a Diamond League meet in London. This was enough to clinch her selection.


Good luck Bella, Kristie and Carley.


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Leo and Will Flying High in the Mountains

SEPTEMBER 16 , 2019

Leo Peterson and Will Atkinson competed at the Australian Mountain Running Championships last weekend. This is a 14km trail race over 750m of elevation and was hosted by Brisbane Queensland this year. Both did very well and overall Will came 4th and Leo 5th.


As a result, both Leo and Will have made the Australian Team and will compete at the IAAF World Mountain Running Championships in Argentina, Patagonia in November. Leo described the event as "Brutal ha ha, pretty good conditions but warm"


Their performances, when combined with former UTS Member Nick Walker, secured a silver medal for Athletics NSW.

Outstanding performances by UTS Norths athletes in the National Cross Country Championships

AUGUST 28, 2019


Congratulations to some outstanding performances by UTS Norths athletes in the National Cross Country Championships at West Dapto last weekend.


Ed Goddard, one of the leading long distance runners in the country, claimed a bronze medal in the open 10k event. After being the early leader, Ed ran came 3rd behind Victoria’s David McNeill, just missing the silver medal by 2 seconds.


Well done to other club athletes who ran in the competitive open event:

Charlie Doherty 12th 31:40

Kieran Tall  17th  32:09

Leo Peterson  25th  33:27

Will Atkinson  27th  34:10


Kieran Gorman followed up on his excellent run in the Street Relays with a game 38th in the U18 event with a run of 19:54s. Simon Magner came 39th in the U16 event over 4k with a time of 13:34.


In the women’s event, Abbey Rockliff claimed a bronze medal in the U20 event. Abbey ran 21:37 for the 6k event, only 8 seconds behind the winner from Queensland. Abbey was delighted with her run and will now take a break from competition to concentrate on her HSC. Her goal in the summer season will be the State 3km titles.


Well done to the following girls in the U18 event over 4kms:

Rosie Fordham 11th 14:31

Hannah Cerezo 22nd 14:50


Congratulations to Sybella Warton who claimed a bronze in the Para 12 years event in a time of 9:35 over the 2km distance.

Abby Rockliff (far right)
Abby Rockliff (far right)
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Charlie Doherty #22
Charlie Doherty #22
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Ed Goddard #22
Ed Goddard #22
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Ed Goddard (far right)
Ed Goddard (far right)
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