Australian athletics will launch a revamped competition structure for our athletes in 2017, with the Nitro Summer Athletics League, currently under development, set to feature alongside the traditional competition model including the Australian Athletics Championships.
Athletics Australia to launch Nitro Summer Athletics League
Running Festival: Perfect conditions for Canberra Times marathon
Canberra was a picture of perfect health on Sunday morning with thousands of runners hitting the streets for the Australian Running Festival.
Adelaide runners win Clare Half Marathon
Adelaide residents Bryan Nicholls and Micarla Sexton have taken out this year’s Clare Valley Half Marathon.
The South Australian Road Runners Club event held yesterday (April 3) drew 645 entrants, up 70 from last year.
NewRun Festival of Running
More than 2000 people have sweated it out in Newcastle’s annual festival of running, which included the 10th anniversary of the flagship Hill to Harbour 10 kilometre event.
AAC16: Lapierre wins gold on big final day
The outstanding start to 2016 by Fabrice Lapierre (NSW) has continued with the 32-year-old winning the men’s long jump at the Australian Athletics Championships to ensure his automatic nomination for Rio 2016 selection.
AAC16: Mitchell and Mathews confirm Rio nomination
Morgan Mitchell (Vic) and Luke Mathews (Vic) will be automatically nominated for Rio 2016 selection after victory in the women’s 400m and men’s 800m at the Australian Athletics Championships tonight.
AAC16: Dubler delivers decathlon dream at Nationals
Cedric Dubler (Qld) is the toast of the athletics world after a stunning performance to win the men’s decathlon at the Australian Athletics Championships to ensure his automatic nomination for selection to the Australian Olympic Team.
AAC16: McEntee wins 5000m
A dream start at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games remains open to Sam McEntee (WA) after he won the men’s 5000m at the 2016 Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney (NSW) tonight.
Hometown runners star in Bendigo Bank Dragon Mile
A pair of hometown wins in the open events highlighted Sunday’s running of the Bendigo Bank Dragon Mile.
Mitchell smashes Great Volcanic Mountain Challenge record
It's an odd preparation for an Olympic hopeful, but Victoria Mitchell’s record breaking run up Mount Canobolas could give her an advantage come Rio in six months time.
The Sydney-based steeplechase gun smashed the previous best time by a woman in the Great Volcanic Mountain Challenge, besting Veronica Wallington’s mark of 54 minutes and nine seconds set in 2009 by just under three minutes.
Great Volcanic Mountain Challenge: Caley claims gruelling mountain run title
Reuben Caley has a bit of a background in mountain running, but even the Canberra-based running machine was put under plenty of pressure by Mount Canobolas' Great Volcanic Mountain Challenge.
Portland 2016: Duncan sixth in 1500m final
A gutsy front-running performance by Melissa Duncan (Vic) has delivered her sixth place in the women’s 1500m final at the IAAF World Championships.
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