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Silver lining for Jaylah in Buenos Aires

Silver lining for Jaylah in Buenos Aires

NSW South Coast distance runner, Jaylah Hancock-Cameron has won silver with two outstanding performances at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires this week.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (581)/Comments (0)/
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Youth Olympic Games – Athletics commences

Youth Olympic Games – Athletics commences

On Friday morning, day five of competition at the Youth Olympic Games, we will see the commencement of the track and field program in Buenos Aires, where 13 Aussies will compete against 179 nations in athletics.

Thursday, 11 October 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (523)/Comments (0)/
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A message from the ANSW Chair

A message from the ANSW Chair

Well the smell of liniment is in the air and getting stronger, so that means the summer component of our athletics calendar is underway.  Let me first thank the Bankstown club for hosting the first Allcomers last weekend as well as the ANSW 10,000 metre state championships.  The teamwork between the Bankstown club, ANSW staff, and ANSW officials, ensured a well-run event and it was a great start to our summer season.

Tuesday, 9 October 2018/Author: Athletics NSW Administrator/Number of views (164)/Comments (0)/
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NSW All Schools day 4 review – Wood treble

NSW All Schools day 4 review – Wood treble

The 2018 2XU NSW All Schools Track and Field Championships closed with another outstanding all-round performance by an athlete, on this occasion Lachlan Wood who won a fourth medal in an extraordinary range of events from 100m to 800m.

Wednesday, 3 October 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (2730)/Comments (0)/
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NSW All Schools day 3 review – Stewart treble

NSW All Schools day 3 review – Stewart treble

On day three of the 2018 2XU NSW All Schools Track and Field Championships the weather conditions turned bleak, as athletes battled strong head winds and cool temperatures. Despite this, eight athletes completed sprint doubles and Damita Betham (sprints) and Imogen Stewart (distance) went one better with three titles and two meet records each.

Sunday, 30 September 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (2656)/Comments (0)/
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