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Congratulations Isaac Robinson: 1st 800m NSW Little Athletics Championships
Congratulations Isaac Robinson: 1st 800m NSW Little Athletics Championships

Junior Runners' Results

Hooked on Running Cross Country Series

Cross Country Race 6: Lionel Melwood Fields

The final race of Series 1 saw our regulars practice their 2k & 3k on a slow course due to long grass. Some good times were recorded considering the conditions, which will make them stronger and faster on fast, short grass conditions. 
Series 2 will commence in Term 2. Dates and venues to come.

 

State Little A's Championships

Isaac Robinson
1st, 800m, 2 min 33s, pb;
10th, 200m, 30.9 pb;
7th, 400m, 1min 12s

NSW Juniors Championships

Max Bregozzo U14 800m: 2 mins 41 seconds. 
Racing up an age group, Max was very much in the mix with the other U13s in the race. 

Park Run

Owen Dalton: 23:42, St Ives

Tiana Freeman: 24:45, Curl Curl

Husky Tri

Justin Turner. 2k 9:30. 13th overall. 

Little Athletics Regional Championships

Skye Blair: 800m 2 min 47 (PB); 1500m 15:46 (PB). 

Isaac Robinson: 200m 32.7 (PB), 400m 1:10 (PB), 800m 2:38 (PB). All state qualifiers

Archie Hetherington: 800m 2:46, 1500m 5:23

Congratulations Skye Blair: Wakehurst Little A's U12 Age Champion

Check out highlights from the 2020
Hooked on Running Winter Cross Country Series

Weekly Schedule​

Day
Venue
Time
Monday
Beauchamp Park, Chatswood
3:30-4:30 pm
Tuesday
Bantry Bay Reserve, Nth Balgowlah
3:30-4:30 pm
Narrabeen Track
5-6 pm
Wednesday
Lindfield Oval
7:45 – 8:45 am
Lionel Watts Reserve, Frenchs Forest
5-6 pm
Thursday
Lionel Watts Reserve, Frenchs Forest.
5-6 pm
Saturday
Park Run: Curl Curl, Willoughby and St Ives. Contact us for details
8 – 9:15 am
Cross Country – various local venues. Easter School Holiday Races + Series 2 commencing Term 2. Click here for details
4-5 pm
Sunday
Trail Run. Alternating between Narrabeen Lake and Oxford Falls. ADULTS WELCOME AT THIS SESSION
7:30 am

What some of our members say

Archie, 10yrs, Lindfield says….
“I like training and competing because I get to make friends, my legs get stronger and it makes me feel good. I really like to do the 400m, 800m and the 1500m the best”
Olivia, 11yrs, Frenchs Forest says…..
I am faster, have fun, and made it to regional cross country. I have learned how to pace myself as previously I had no race strategy. I really enjoy the sessions as there’s different content each week, and get alot out of the cross country races on Saturdays afternoons
Owen, 13yrs, Forestville says….
By attending the running sessions my stamina has improved a lot, I have competed in State for cross country, and learned how to pace myself for races. Everyone in the group is very friendly and easy to chat to so it made it much more enjoyable