Registration  for the 2016-17 Season

FEBRUARY 01, 2017

Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2017.

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:


How to Join

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


For athletes who want to transfer clubs: ANSW Club Transfer Form

The 2016/17 Summer Calendar has been released

FEBRUARY 01, 2017


Click here to download your event Calendar SUMMER 2016/17 COMPETITION CALENDAR

Rotary Athletic Field Will Be Closed Sunday 4 December until April 2017

FEBRUARY 01, 2017

Rotary Athletic Field Will Be Closed from Sunday 4 December 2016 to April 2017


This is to:

  • install new irrigation

  • laser level the surface

  • lay new turf

  • replace synthetic run ups on long jump and javelin

UTS Norths has booked the use of OH Reid Memorial Park at end of Reid Road, Chatswood West during Rotary Field Closure.

Training times: Monday to Thursday 4:30pm to 7pm


Thank you to Willoughby City Council for supplying the funds, for organising and administering this valuable field upgrade.

Rotary Athletic Field Gym will be open for UTS Norths club members usual training times, Monday to Thursday 4:30pm to 7:00pm, Sunday 9am to 11am.

UTS Norths athletes do well in the Hunter Track Classic  Saturday 28 January

February 01 2017

A total of 21 UTS Norths athletes competed in the Hunter Track Classic in Newcastle. The highlights were great PB performances in the men’s and women’s 400 metres by Matt Wood and Ali Bartholomew respectively.

Matt won an exciting 400 metres in a PB time of 48.82. It was such a close finish as the first 4 were within .18 seconds of each other. Sean Fitzsimmons finished a close 3rd in 48.99. Ali Bartholomew ran a fantastic 2nd in her 400 metres behind Olympian Morgan Mitchell running a PB of 54.60. Olivia Cason ran a good 6th in 55.91. Ali Bartholomew graduated at Macquarie University in 2015 and went to USA for 5 months in the latter half of 2015 on an exchange program. She returned in January 2016 but took a break from competition under her new coach Ben Liddy to concentrate on building up her strength and stamina. She returned to racing in December before running her PB in Newcastle. She was delighted with her run and is looking forward to the big championships coming up in Sydney. She plans on running in the ACT and NSW Championships and would love to improve her PB time to go under 54 seconds. 

Reigning state champion Mason Cohen ran an excellent 2nd place in the 800 metres behind Olympian Alex Rowe in 1:48.01, not far outside his best time. In the B race, Jye Perrott won in a swift time of 1:51.98 ahead of Fraser Garland-Barnes in 5th place in 1:55.32. Adrian Plummer ran close to a PB (3:44.78) in the 1,500 metres to run 6th against tough competition. Jake Ring ran 8th in the B race in 3:56.41.

Elijah Williams ran an excellent time of 11.12 in the 100 metres into a 2.0 headwind. He ran 5th in the A race ahead of other club members Will Lloyd (11.14), Anthony Collum (11.15), Ashley McMahon (11.21) and Jack Edwards (11.30).

Bella O’Grady had a great meet by winning the 200 metres in 24.20 which was an excellent time into a 2.5m headwind. She also ran 3rd in the 100 metres hurdles in 14.05. As reported on the ANSW website – “I was a little disappointed with my hurdles, but I’ve only just started going over them. I’m really lucky to train with Abbie (second in the hurdles). I’ll aim to do some more 200s – I love this event.”

Kristie Edwards (3rd in 24.80), Karlie Morton (7th in 25.39) and Min Jenkins (26.41) also ran well in the 200 metres.

Other good performances included:

Women’s 800 metres

Sarah McDermott 2:08.49

Izzy Thornton-Bott 2:10.24

Women's Discus

Larissa O'Dea  36.88 metres

Men’s’ 1000 metres

Leo Peterson 2:36.3

Ed Goddard runs well in World Cross Country Trials Canberra

FEBRUARY, 05 2017

Ed Goddard continues his excellent recent form by running 16th in World Cross Country Trials over 10ks in Canberra. He ran in his first open race and ran a good 32 minutes against strong competition which included leading runners Olympian Brett Robinson and Stewart McSweyn.

Ed said that it was a great experience running against such a strong field and was delighted with his run. He will now focus on the 5k distance with the state 5k title his next goal followed by races in Melbourne and the
National 5000m title in Canberra in March.

UTS Norths members win 58 medals at NSW Junior Championships

FEBRUARY, 05 2017

UTS Norths members cleaned up at the NSW Junior Championships at SOPAC on 3rd - 5th February. A total of 58 medals were won, 20 gold, 23 silver and 15 bronze. A list of the medal winners is shown below.

Congratulations in particular go to Lachlan Dalton, Thomas Shannon, Kristie Edwards and Abigail Stevanovic who each won two gold medals.

  • Lachlan Dalton won both the u16 100m hurdles (14.32) and the u16 200m hurdles (27.71);

  • Thomas Shannon won both the u15 shot put (14.22m) and the u15 hammer throw (41.83m);

  • Kristie Edwards won both the u18 100m (12.02) and the u18 200m (24.79) and

  • Abigail Stevanovic won both the u16 90m hurdles (13.03) and u16 200m (28.83).

Click here for all medal winners

Men U15 Hammer winners

(L-R) Matt Butler, Tom Shannon, Stuart Downie

GOLD Men U14 High Jump

Darcy Holmes (C)

UTS Norths Athletes in Force at ACT Opens Athletics Championships

FEBRUARY, 21 2017

With the NSW Championships fast approaching, many club members took the opportunity to compete in Canberra 17th - 19th February.

Congratulations to the following 23 UTS Norths members who competed. Results as follows:

  • Daniel Nolan - 200m 22.61 +1.4, 400m 52.04

  • Jack Collett - 400m 47.09

  • Mason Cohen -  400m 47.85,  800m 1:47.94

  • Matt Crowe - 400m- 48.44,  400mHurdles- (91.4cm) 53.34

  • Lachlan Raper - 400m 49.51,   800m 1:53.22

  • Matthew Werner - 400m 52.72

  • Dominic Bullock - 400m 55.28, 800m 1:59.88

  • Jake Ring- 1500m 3:59.15

  • Ben Mackay - 200m- 21.87 +3.0,  400m- 49.41

  • Joey Ryu - High Jump 1.80m

  • Emmanuel Fakiye – Triple Jump 15.72m

  • Alex Willett – Long Jump 6.78m

  • Melissa Fitzsimmons - 200m 26.31 +2.4,  Long Jump- 5.20m +1.0

  • Karlie Morton - 100m 12.32 +1.9,  200m 25.10 +2.1

  • Jasmine Everett - 100m 12.14 +1.9

  • Kristie Edwards - 100m 12.01 +1.9,  200m 24.71 +1.3

  • Bella O'Grady - 200m 23.93 +0.8

  • Olivia Cason -  200m 25.35 +0.8,  400m- 56.91

  • Alexandra Bartholomew - 400m 54.64

  • Emma Hunt - 400m 58.47

  • Katrina Lamas - 400m 58.68, 800m 2:14.84

  • Isabella Thornton-Bott - 800m 2:10.98

  • Tiana Death – 100m hurdles 14.24  +1.8

  • Tessa Constantine - 400m hurdles 1:01.90

  • Corey Furminger - 400m 50.08

  • Emma Hislop - 400m 1:00.28

  • Larissa O'Dea - Discus 37.56m

  • Adrian Plummer - 200m 22.83 +0.7, 400m  50.99