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November Chairman's Message

A lot has been happening since my last communication a few weeks ago. 

On Track and Field there have been many highlights:

The State Relays were the best I have to for a long time.  The friendly rivalry, the atmosphere, the performances, and the commitment (not the least being Jay Stone hiring a bus and driver, to drive his team of 40 from Armidale and booking accommodation next to Silverwater Gaol...).
Wednesday, 22 November 2017/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (208)/Comments (0)/
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CEO Message - October 2017

Welcome to this month's CEO message, which finds the summer season back up and running.  With two Treloar Shield rounds already in the books, including large fields last weekend at SOPAC for this time of the year, it promises to be an exciting summer ahead, leading up to the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April.

 Before discussing what lies ahead, I would like to spend a brief moment reviewing the Winter season.  Going into the season, ANSW had introduced two major shifts in strategy:

1.  The events were re-branded, with the idea being to make them less intimidating to people who may have been considering trying a race for the first time; and

Wednesday, 25 October 2017/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (235)/Comments (0)/
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The New Name in Endurance Racing

The New Name in Endurance Racing

Lara Hamilton may not have been around the athletics world for long but she definitely means business. After winning the Under 20 Australian Cross Country title in the 2017 championships, Lara has quickly become one of the most competitive and successful distance athletes of 2017.
Wednesday, 18 October 2017/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (2769)/Comments (0)/
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Macpherson is one to watch at NSW All Schools

Macpherson is one to watch at NSW All Schools

With the New South Wales All Schools Championships starting this Thursday the 12th of October, athletes are turning their attention towards the upcoming races, and no one more so than Teah Macpherson.

Teah is currently in year 11 at the Hunter Sports High School. Amongst her study and extra curricular commitments, her strength and sprints coach Lee Clark, alongside her hurdles coach Trevor Height, have been working hard to help her into the best form she could hope for. Boasting an assortment of remarkable PBs, including 13.91s in the 100m hurdles, 12.08s in the 100m and 24.61 in the 200m, Teah will definitely be the one to beat this weekend.
Wednesday, 11 October 2017/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (2127)/Comments (0)/
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A message from the Athletics NSW Chairman

A message from the Athletics NSW Chairman

It is an exciting time for our sport as the New South Wales summer season gets underway and we head into a Commonwealth Games year on home turf at the Gold Coast.

 

There is certainly a plethora of athletics over the next 2-3 months with;

  • The All Schools Multi Championships, warm-up for New South Wales All Schools, and All Comers conducted this weekend,
  • Followed in the ensuing weeks with three Treloar Shields,
  • The NSW Relay Championships,
  • The 3000m Championships,
Friday, 29 September 2017/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (479)/Comments (0)/
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