Registration for the 2015-16 Season
MAY 01, 2016
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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.
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For athletes who want to transfer clubs: ANSW Club Transfer Form
The 2015/16 Winter Calendar has been released
MAY 01 2016
Click here to download your event Calendar WINTER 2015/16 COMPETITION CALENDAR
2016 Annual Awards Dinner – Guest Speaker
MAY 5 2016
MILLY J CLARK (2016 OLYMPIAN)
It is with great pleasure that we have Milly J Clark as our Guest Speaker for the UTS Northern Suburb’s Athletic Club - 2016 Annual Awards evening.
Milly has recently been selected for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio Brazil for the Women’s Marathon (42.2KM).
She follows in the foot-steps of the late and much loved Kerryn McCann, who is the only other NSW athlete to compete at the Olympic Games in the Marathon.
The tertiary qualified (Bachelor of Science with a Masters In Nutrition & Dietetics from Sydney University) Milly Clarke is also an extremely popular figure on the National Athletic circuit.
Milly has won a bag of medals of all colours at an Open National level on the track from 3000m Steeple Chase all the way through to the 10,000m. BUT it is the Road where her passion has grown in recent years.
Milly recently placed 13th at the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff Wales in a new personal best of 70.48. This performance along with her October 2015 debut Marathon placing 3rd in Amsterdam, Holland in a time of 2.29.07 ranking her 8th fastest women’s Australian Marathoner ALL TIME and fastest on debut, secured her 1st ever Olympic Games Team.
So popular is Milly that she has been named the inaugural Nike Women’s Sydney ½ Marathon Ambassador.
Annual Awards Dinner Nominees 2016
MAY 5, 2016
Click on the pdf icon for a complete list of all the nominees for the UTS Norths Annual Awards on May 14th
NSW Cross Country Relays Saturday 28th May at Miranda
MAY 13, 2016
Attention all cross country runners. Here is your chance to represent your club in the NSW Cross Country Relay Championships. All age groups from U12 to Masters are covered. If you are interested, please contact the team manager for your age group asap so that we can organise teams:
Open Male and Female: Ruairidh MacDonald ph 0431 399 725 email email@example.com
Masters Male and Female: Brad Sharpe ph 0425 296 297 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Males: Peter Douglas ph 9411 8480 0409 248 575 email email@example.com
Junior Females: Amanda Johnstone: ph 0499 888 280
The program is as follows:
11:30am – Fun Run (2km)
12:00pm – U12, U14 Male and Female (4x 2km)
12:40pm – U16, U18, U20 Male and Female (4x 3km)
1:35pm – 55+, 65+ Male (4x 4km)
1:35pm – Open, 35+, 45+, 55+, 65+ Female (4x 4km)
3:00pm – Open, 35+, 45+ Male (4x 4km)
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The Open mens team from the UTS Norths club have claimed a historic win at the NSW Cross Country relays held yesterday at Miranda in Sydney. After 65 attempts to win the road relays and 25 attempts at the cross country relays, a total of 90 events over 65 years, Norths broke through for their first title.
The team was led off well by Adrian Plummer who ran 11:46 for his 4km leg passing over a three second lead to Ruairidh MacDonald.
MacDonald also ran a great leg, the third fastest of the day, as they were now equal with Sydney University at the changeover.
For UTS Norths the third leg was run by one of NSW’s finest all round distance runners, Matt Cox with a 11:47 split. In the past some team have had three strong legs but lagged on the fourth, but not today for UTS Norths as Ed Goddard brought the team home in 12:12 for a 49 second win over recent winners Sydney University.
Snippets taken from Athletics NSW Website
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