Thousands of participants took to Sydney's Northern Beaches across the weekend to participate in the Sun Run and/or the Cole Classic, in what turned out to be a great weekend of fitness-fuelled fun.
Sun Run & Cole Classic | Congratulations
Hunter Track Classic – Review
Australian Running Festival: earlybird entries close Friday, February 13
Earlybird entries will close this Friday, February 13 for the Australian Running Festival, taking place on Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12, 2015.
Entrants can save up to $25 on their entry fee if they sign up before midnight.
Briggs Athletics Classic
Teenage sprint sensation Jack Hale (Tas.) has made a sensational Australian Athletics Tour debut in Hobart this evening at the Briggs Athletics Classic, easily winning the men’s 100m in a time of 10.50 (wind +0.1) but it was the throwers that provided most of the meet highlights with numerous personal bests and a new Australian Under 20 record.
AA Live streaming of all major National Track Meets
Following positive feedback from many athletics aficionados last season, Athletics Australia has significantly increased its live streaming of athletics meets over the next three months. For those who can’t make the meets themselves, you will be able to watch the National Track Meets, National Junior and Senior Championships live on the AA website.
The Indigenous Marathon Project - More Than A Marathon
We are passionate about providing opportunities to our runners long after they cross the line of their marathon.
Our graduates become beacons of inspiration in their community, encouraging and empowering others to challenge themselves and embrace an active and healthy lifestyle.
1965: Rolling Thunder from Down Under
The times were changing in the 1960s. Most radically in 1968, described in one commemorative piece as “the year that changed history”.
New South Welshman David Criniti takes out Cadbury marathon
Track and Field Stars Gather for the Hunter
Athletics Australia has today published the Selection Policy for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing (CHN) on 22-30 August 2015.
With the aim of nominating the most competitive possible team to compete for Australia, the Selection Policy (download here) details the implications of the new IAAF entry process, which includes a single qualification standard and the delivery of desired field sizes.
ANSW Chairmans Message
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