UTS Norths club uniform is to be worn at all Athletics NSW and Athletics Australia meets, and other competitions such as fun runs as appropriate.
The following exceptions are permitted at major meets such as the Sydney Track Classic:
Athletes who are a part of the NSWIS Scholarship Program
Athletes who can provide prior proof that they have a 'Contract' with a Sports Supplier (i.e. Nike, Adidas, Asics etc)
The Committee has decided that it will be at their discretion whether or not an athlete will be provided any financial assistance to an Open National Competition or major meet, should an athlete fail to wear the appropriate Uniform.
UTS Norths is the largest Athletics Club of registered athletes in Australia and it is only fair that when financial assistance is provided, the Athletics Club providing the financial assistance is recognised.
Financial Assistance Guidelines
UTS Northern Suburbs supports its athletes and coaches through a range of financial assistance. For more detail of the Financial Assistance Guidelines and a complete list of financial assistance offered, Click on Financial Assistance Guidelines
Under the hire agreement between Willoughby City Council and UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club Inc - for the use of Rotary Athletic Field Grounds and Buildings by its members.
Club members are those that;Hold current registration, this covers them with Athletics Australian National Insurance Program Provided By Willis Australia - Australis Group Underwriting underwritten by QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited.
Please Note if you are not registered then you have no insurance cover.
You cannot train on Rotary Athletic Fields grounds.
Use the club’s Gym,
Take part in any ANSW event.
Take part in any UTS North’s Club event except with a trialling form that allows two competitions (try before you buy).
Note: There is no cover under the above policy for members of:
Australian Masters Athletics Inc.
Australian Federation of Race Walking Clubs.
Australian Mountain Runners Association.
Australian Athletics Confederation and All Affiliated bodies.
Australian Ultra Runners Association.
- The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) released a new “framework” for dealing with supplements (7 July 2014).
It is a non-binding guide. It is useful for athletes of all abilities and all ages, a well as their parents and their coaches. Click here for further information
Member Protection Policy
Awards Criteria updated 2 May 2017