Page 1 of the Sunday Programme gives a wealth of useful information on club events, and lists our officials with their contact details. It has just been updated and appears on the Road home page. Sunday Programme 2014 page 1
As previously advised, MAWA is changing to a Calendar Year Sunday programme. The 2014 programme is now on the website. Sunday programme 2014 For the period up to end of April there is only one change from the 2013/2014 programme previously published. The Bankwest Gallipoli run has been changed from 20th April to 13th April. We are not changing our runs, so on 13th April members will have to chose between Gallipoli and 3 P’s. We have included a Group Jog on 20th April.
Just to remind members that the MAWA insurance through AMA affiliation covers Third Party, but not personal accident. If members want to be covered for personal accident while competing in a MAWA event, they can get this cover by registering with AWA. This can be done through the AWA website, and costs $20 per year.
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It is apparent from recent discussions that many members do not realise that certain elements of the website are searchable, using the search box at the top of the sidebar. You can search Sunday run and Tuesday/Thursday T & F meets, as well as past news items. So if you want to know your time in say the 2012 Bardon Bash, just type in your name, Bardon Bash, and 2012 and it will immediately be found.
The Patron’s Trophy has completed 10 of the 14 events, and there is now a break until mid January. Here is the current position: Patron’s Trophy interim points
A strong contingent of MAWA athletes attended the World Championships in Porto Alegre, Brazil and a special edition of Track and Field Newsletter (TFNL) has been produced.
Thanks to everyone who have contributed stories and photographs. This World Champs TFNL has covered more kilometres than any previous edition. The first pages were generated in WA and added to in Chile, Brazil and Argentina. Hopefully some of the colour of South America is reflected in the pages you read.
The virtual book is available at virtual book. When the page loads, click on the front cover for a full screen view. Previous editions will be to the right of screen.
For iPad users download the PDF from the website and save it into iBooks. You will find TFNL in collections/PDF.
If viewing the PDF, once loaded go to View/Page display/two page view to see the double page spreads.
Brazil World Championships
MAWA is 40 years young in 2014, and to mark the occasion there will be a celebration after the McCallum Lakes Event on 9th February. All members are invited, and we would love to see Track and Field runners coming along as well. Take this opportunity to chat to Life Members and Past Presidents about how the club evolved.
In addition, this will be the first opportunity to obtain your copy of Christine Oldfield’s book celebrating the 40 years of the club. Details of how to order and of the special ‘Early Bird’ price will be available very shortly.
Formalities will start at 8:15 followed by refreshments and birthday cake.
A hammer throw competition has been added to the programme at WAAS this Tuesday, 10th December.
- Reports on the first four weeks of Patron’s Trophy competition.
- Geoff Gee record meet in Canberra
- Carol Bowman reports on the Australian Masters Games in Geelong.
- Margaret Saunders talks about “Training for Strength in her column.
- Todd Davey is the centre of attention in Christine Oldfield’s profile page.