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Sprinters and hurdlers fire up Blacktown

Sprinters and hurdlers fire up Blacktown

Round five of the Treloar shield, held at Blacktown yesterday, included a large number of sprints and hurdle events, bring the speed merchants out in large numbers. They were joined by a group of our Rio Olympic hopefuls, who had competed two weeks earlier at the State relays but were now making their season debut as individuals.

 

Sunday, 29 November 2015/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (2182)/Comments (0)/
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Emerging Narromine discus thrower Aiden Butcher

Emerging Narromine discus thrower Aiden Butcher

From the same mid-western NSW town that has produced Test cricketer Glenn McGrath and Olympic sprinter Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, the latest emerging talent from Narromine is discus thrower Aiden Butcher.

Saturday, 28 November 2015/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1607)/Comments (0)/
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Lummow running into form ahead of the nationals schools

Lummow running into form ahead of the nationals schools

It may surprise you but the fastest girl over 400m at the recent 2UX NSW All Schools Athletics Championships was 14-year-old Taliah Lummow. The talented Eastern Suburbs sprinter clocked 57.06 - fastest amongst all seven age divisions at the meet. Next week she travels to Melbourne to tackle Australia’s best at the Australian All Schools.

Wednesday, 25 November 2015/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (2351)/Comments (0)/
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GGG at Rotary Field - The Great Grass Games

GGG at Rotary Field - The Great Grass Games

Unusual and exciting adventures at The 2015 Grass Games

Saturday 28th November was a day of differences at Rotary Field this weekend.  Not only were the events different from those we normally see on a meet programme, but the athletes even ran the wrong way round.  No, not backwards - clockwise.  
Monday, 23 November 2015/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (2448)/Comments (0)/
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A TRIBUTE TO JIM BEISTY

A TRIBUTE TO JIM BEISTY

On November 10, aged 81-year-old, the distance running community lost one of its finest JIM BEISTY. Known as the ‘Godfather’ of distance running in Newcastle Beisty was an athlete, coach, administrator and great supporter of running. Two athletes he coach, father and son, Stan and Michael Barwick delivered a touching eulogy at Beisty’s funeral. They have allowed us to print this tribute to Jim Beisty.

Sunday, 22 November 2015/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1844)/Comments (0)/
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