Registration for the 2019-20 Season
DECEMBER 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:
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
NSW Relay Championships 23 – 24 November, Campbelltown
NSW Club Championships 14 December, SOPAC
NSW Masters Championships 7 – 9 February, SOPAC
NSW Street Relays
NSW Cross Country Relays
The 2019/20 Summer Calendar
DECEMBER 01, 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
Lora Storey confirms her entry for the Eliminator
December 04, 2019
Lora Storey heads the line-up for the Grass Games, proudly hosted by UTS Norths at Rotary Athletics Track on Saturday 7th December.
The meet kicks off at 2pm with the women’s 300 metres sprint and the men’s high jump scissors event. The Grass Games is recognised as a carnival of unusual distances and field events and the main event is the unique Eliminator event.
Storey's coach Penny Gillies said that this will be a nice early race for Lora who kicked off her 2019/20 season in the recent State Relay Championships. She ran in the 800 metre at the World Championships 2017 in London. She has a PB of 2:01.67 but had a lean year last season with injury issues. Lora is hoping to get back to her best this season and is aiming to qualify for the Olympics in 2020.
The Eliminator is the main event of the day and the Mayor of Willoughby Gail Giles-Gidney will present trophies to the winners of the men’s and women’s events.
State Relays Championships 2019 Wrap Up
November 25, 2019
An heroic final leg by Mason Cohen secured UTS Norths the gold medal in the prestigious open men’s 4x800m at the NSW Relay Championships at Campbelltown on the weekend.
The thrilling race in which UTS Norths edged a star laden Bankstown team was the highlight of a great weekend for our club.
It was one of 31 gold medals which UTS Norths won, including four in the open division with our open women’s 4x1500m and long jump teams tasting victory along with the open men’s discus team.
And as if inspired by Cohen’s brilliance on Day 1, 13-year-old Sarah Baker, competing in the under 20 years women’s 4x800m, produced a withering finish on her final lap to grab victory for her team in the shadows of the post.
Our masters dominated in the field and on the track, winning almost every event they contested.
Masters teams set at least three State records including in the men’s 240+ years 4x800m with our treasurer dashing Doug Barrett scooting around the track like an Eveready bunny to set up his team’s victory.
Our junior women sprinters were brilliant, winning the under 18 years 4x100m and 4x200m and the under 20 years 4x200m and 4x400m.
The under 18 years girls 4x200m team was so good with Alice Dixon running a cracking last leg that they broke the club record for both the under 18 and under 20 age groups.
In the under 18 years 4x100m, Jess McIver was very courageous in the final leg, grimly holding off the fast finishing Campblelltown runner.
And in the under 20 years 200m, the A and B teams staged a brilliant one-two finish.
Overall UTS Norths set 18 club records and won 31 gold medals, 19 silver and 15 bronze.