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MAWA athletes had an outstanding year in 2022 and achieved multiple World records, Australian records and World Championship Gold Medals.

The Sub-Committee found it extremely difficult to select our nominations for AMA awards, but in the end picked the following:

Sprints:

Maureen Keshwar. Maureen broke the Australian 60m record and won World Championship gold in the 100m. She was world ranked No 1 in both 60m and 100m.

Middle Distance: We are making two nominations.

David Carr. David achieved World records in the 1500m, 1 mile, 3000m and 2000m steeplechase.

Sharon Davis. World Champion at 800m and 1500m

Distance: We are making two nominations.

David Carr. World records at 5000m and 10000m

Astrid Roberts. Stunning sub 2:50 London marathon to gain a State record.

Walks:

Andrew Duncan. WA Open State Champion at 10k and age grades in the mid 80’s.

Jumps:

Melissa Foster. Two silvers at the World Championships and two golds at the National Championships plus an Australian Triple Jump record.

Throws:

Todd Davey. Australian records for the discus and shot put.

Multis:

Paul Jeffery. Only 5 points short of a World record in his State Champs pentathlon

Best Female:

Sue Coate. Multi-talented Sue broke State records 14 times in multis, hurdles and jumps.

Best Male and Best Performance:

David Carr. 6 World Records

Administrator:

Barbara Blurton. Very successfully carrying out the challenging AMA role of Registrar and International Entries Co-ordinator

Let’s congratulate our great 2022 athletes.

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