Registration for the 2021-22 Season - Info to come
JUNE 01, 2021
Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2021 to 30 September 2022.
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 and Existing members registration LINK TO COME
Existing members - anyone registered with any ANSW club in the season of 2019/2020 MUST use RENEW button
New members - anyone joining our club for 1st time or have been previously registered with ANSW before the 2019 season MUST use REGISTER button
Active Kids Vouchers can be used for registrations with UTS, but MUST be obtained before commencing the registration process so that the number is entered at the start of the process. Active Kids Vouchers CANNOT be applied retrospectively, so if the registration is completed without the number, it cannot be claimed at a later date.
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. Juniors Minimum Age 12 years
COMMUNITY MEMBER Eligible to compete at Club Competition
Northern Zone Winter Series 2 - 19 June 2021
JUNE 7, 2021
Date: Saturday 19 June 2021
Location: Rotary Athletics Field Mowbray Road, Chatswood
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
12.30pm - Individual Shot Put & Throws Pentathlon (HT)
12.30pm - 800 Metres
1.00pm - 60 Metre Hurdles
1.15pm - 60 Metres
1.30pm - Individual Discus & Throw Pentathlon (SP)
1.45pm - 150 Metres
2.15pm - Individual Weight Throw & Throws Pentathlon (DT)
2.15pm - 300 Metres
3.00pm - Throws Pentathlon (JT)
2.45pm - Long Jump and High Jump
3.45pm - Throws Pentathlon (WT)
Entry Fee for Northern Zone individual events will be $10 and online entry will remain open for on the day entries.
Entry Fee for the Masters Throws Pentathlon is $15. Entries for the Throws Pentathlon only will close at 12pm on Friday 18 June. No late entries for the Throws Pentathlon will be accepted.
The $15 Throws Pentathlon entry fee includes entry to any other Northern Zone events
Entry Fees are non-refundable, regardless of circumstances
Online Registration and payment ONLY
Please register here:
Northern Zone Individual events ONLY ($10):
Masters Throw Pentathlon ONLY includes track ($15):
UTS Members are also advised that before the competition commences, the Club's AGM will take place at 10.30am and the presentation of Season 2020/21 awards will take place from 11am to 12pm.
Light refreshments will be served. Please advise whether or not you will attend these events by emailing email@example.com
Vale Ian White
JUNE 1, 2021
One of UTS Norths’ greatest servants Ian White has died on May 29 2021 after suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease in the latter stages of his life.
Ian was vice president of UTS Norths for eight years from 1996 to 2004 and in the 1998-99 season he stepped in as acting president for six months when the incumbent Tim Heazlewood moved to Queensland.
Like his father Ray, Ian was a life member of Athletics NSW, receiving the honour in 1997. He enjoyed a long career as an athlete, coach, official and administrator. A national level hurdler, he was involved with UTS Norths from the early 1960s and coached hurdles on Sunday mornings for 10 years.
Wearing his trademark white wide-brimmed sailcloth hat, he was a regular official at Athletics NSW competitions and national championships for almost 60 years. Ian received the Australian Sports Medal in 2000 and in 2006 he received the Athletics NSW’s President’s Award for Special Recognition.
Ian’s career officiating at international events began in 1977 at the Pacific conference Games where he was the wind gauge operator, a role he also had at the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane. In 1988 he was a track judge at the 1985 IAAF World Cup in Canberra. He was the Technical Information Manager at the 1996 World Junior Championships in Sydney and filled the same role at the 2000 Olympics and Paralympics and the 1986 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
UTS Norths Past president Ron Bendall was one of many who paid tribute to Ian.
“During my six years as UTS Norths President, I relied heavily on Ian's
wise counsel,” Ron said on learning of Ian’s death.
“Ian loved to talk about athletics. When most people phone
you to discuss something they ask ‘Have you got a spare five minutes?’
Ian used to ask ‘Have you got a spare half hour to chat?’ And it was
always time well spent.
“One day I was giving him a lift to a competition at Mingara. We got so
involved talking about athletics that I missed the Wyong Rd turn-off
and we were well on our way to Newcastle before we realised it.
“I always loved Ian's sense of humour. Long after I had stepped down as
club president, Ian still called me Mr President. He said he was
following then US tradition where Americans always addressed all past presidents
as Mr President.
“As an official, Ian was always sensible. I remember one time when a
400m runner I coached Oliver Holland stepped on the inside line during
a race. Ian was the track referee but instead of disqualifying him, he
gave Ollie a warning and told him not to claim his time as a PB
because he had not run the full distance. I thought it was an
excellent way to encourage a young athlete and keep him in the sport
and an example for other officials to follow. After that Ollie was
always conscious not to infringe and ran a genuine PB in his next
“My sincerest condolences and best wishes to Ian’s family.”