Welcome To Masters Athletics W.A.

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Next run: Sunday May 28: Deepwater Point – 15k/7.5k 8am.

Visitors are always welcome at MAWA events for a small fee ($5)

The object of our club is to encourage and promote Masters Athletics, general fitness, and to provide opportunities for training and competition.

To see what Masters Athletics WA (MAWA) offers, head over to the about us page.

Over 30? Why not join us?

Membership is open to men and women 30 years of age and over.

Jumps coaching

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Dave Wyatt has to attend a funeral on 25th May, so is now unable to offer jumps coaching on that day

ECAC – 8th June

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The majority of athletes coming to ECAC on Thursday evenings are  going to Darwin for the AMA Championships, 9th – 12th June, including Carol who runs our Thursday meets.

We have decided that it is not worth making alternative arrangements for the very few members who might want to come.

Hence the meet on 8th June in cancelled

AMA ENewsletter 5

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For the latest ENewsletter from Australian Masters Athletics including a great write up on Daegu and information for Darwin please click on the following link:

AMA ENewsletter May 2017

 

Jumps coaching

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Dave Wyatt will be unable to hold his regular coaching session on Tuesday 23rd May. This does not preclude jumpers from holding a competition starting at 6:30

If athletes feel they need the coaching that week, Dave will be available to coach them between 4pmand 5pm at WAAS on Thursday 25th May.

May Committee Meeting Summary

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  • Membership increased by 11 to reach 555
  • Track and Field Risk Management Plans have been prepared and placed on the website. The WAAS plan has been accepted by VenuesWest
  • MAWA has a very strong team of 73 athletes going to the National Championships in Darwin. Campbell Till has been appointed Team Captain
  • The Perth 2018 Nationals LOC held its second meeting. The Awards Dinner has been booked at the Forrest Centre
  • The committee commended a very comprehensive State Champs TFNL special
  • MAWA track suit tops have proved very popular and a re-stock has been ordered
  • Important notices about the Perth 2016 Trust Fund, and 2018 Nationals Sponsorship are on the website. All members are urged to read them and give both matters some thought

Sunday Run Photo Galleries

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The Gallery feature on the website has now been fixed, so we are now able to add photos from our runs. Gallipoli and Thornlie galleries now on the website. Go to Road/Photo Gallery and click on 2017

Four chances to win the Handicap Trophy

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Members need only to complete four handicap runs to have a tilt at this year’s Handicap Trophy – and there are just four events left on the calendar.

Right now only seven members have made two runs; 31 have completed just one.

So the Trophy is wide open!

If you have not taken part in a handicap run this season, to complete the required four the 10km on Sunday May 14 at Aquinas is a must.

Risk Management

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The safety of members at club events is of primary concern to the committee.

We have prepared Risk Management Plans for our WAAS and ECAC events and these are posted on the ‘Our Club’ tab. Members attending these events are requested to make themselves familiar with the plan.

Primary responsibility for ensuring the plans are implemented rests with Campbell at WAAS and Carol at ECAC.

Darwin Team Captain

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We are delighted to see that 73 MAWA athletes have entered the National Championships in Darwin.

The Committee have appointed Campbell Till as Team Captain.

We will not be emailing everyone with general announcements, so keep an eye on the website. Campbell will have a list of your mobile phone numbers and email addresses in case he needs to contact you specifically.

Campbell can be reached on cwtill400@gmail.com or 0419 749 440

Good luck to everyone with your races – we are sure MAWA will collect an impressive haul of medals as we always do.

TFNL State Championships Special

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The latest edition of TFNL is now available for download.

In this issue:

  • John Dennehy has been burning the midnight oil with his quill reviewing the championships and illustrated with photographs from Carmel Meyer and Graeme Dahl.

Download from the Magazines tab or view via the online bookshelf.