MAWA track meets

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The Prime Minister’s statement this evening made it clear that it is now not ok for a group of 10 or more to congregate even in an open space.

MAWA is therefore cancelling our Tuesday and Thursday track meets with immediate effect.

WAAS tonight

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John Dennehy was due to open up tonight but unfortunately he has just been called to a meeting tonight and cannot be there. We are unable to get the keys to anyone else at such short notice, so our programme is cancelled.

Of course you are welcome to train, but please follow the protocol of not standing within 1.5 metres from other athletes.


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Dear member,

As you will be aware the situation with coronavirus is changing daily. The Government has reinforced advice on social distancing while the majority of sporting events have been cancelled, despite the fact that many are under the 500 limit for outdoor events.

The MAWA committee have therefore decided that we will cancel the upcoming State Championships and all Sunday runs with immediate effect.

We know how much you all enjoy our events and the social interaction, but we think this is the right decision.

We will continue to run our Thursday evening track meets at ECAC and WAAS, with track only from 24th March. As usual there will be no winter competition at WAAS. We typically get 10 – 20 athletes at these meets so social distancing is readily achievable. We will have sanitiser on the table and ask all athletes to handwash before and after touching paperwork or equipment.

Richard Blurton


Thornlie 2 rivers

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Please note that contrary to our programme there will be no morning tea at this run.


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Just to confirm that MAWA Sunday runs, track and field meets and our State Championships will all go ahead as planned.

However from 22nd March we will not allow any visitors at Sunday runs. This is to protect our members who look after the visitor table from the small risk of handling pens, paper, money etc.

This will only last as long as it is necessary.

April TFNL

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The April TFNL is now available, access from the Magazines Tab.

AMA Award Finalists

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Congratulations to all the AMA Award finalists – please click link below for list:

AMA 2019 Award Finalists

The winners will be announced at the Nationals dinner on Sunday 12 April in Brisbane.


The night provides the opportunity for athletes, family and helpers to celebrate the year’s accomplishments and recognise AMA’s outstanding performers from the previous calendar year. It is also the venue for any inductees into the AMA Hall Of Fame.

The start time for the function will be 6pm with food being served from 6:30-8:30pm. It will be a mix and mingle type function. Cash bar and selection of canapés.

Tickets are $45pp and are pre-purchased via registration.

Bunbury Gift Results

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Well done to those Masters Athletes that competed in the recent WesTrac Bunbury Geographe Gift 2020 events.

Results can be viewed at the following link:

Bunbury Gift Results

Photos by Graeme Dahl can be viewed at the following link:

Graeme Dahl Flickr Album

Australian Team Manager

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AMA is seeking Expressions of Interest for the position of Australian Team Manager at the Oceania Championships in Norfolk Island 18-22 January 2021.

Please send EOI to Vice President Steve McGugan by 22 March 2020:

Please read information below:

AMA Team Manager

Walkers Training

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Walkers who have entered the State Championships are invited to attend the WA Race Walkers Club training nights free of charge:

When: Mondays and Wednesdays 5pm – 6.30pm

Where: Deep Water Point car park, The Esplanade, Mt Pleasant.

Get tips on your race walking technique!

Our thanks to the WA Race Walkers Club