See this information regarding the new competition
There will be a throws multi-event on Sunday the 25th of September (Queens Birthday Long Weekend) at Bunbury
Start Time is 0900 sharp and entry fee $10 payable on the day.
Throws Pentathlon with option of 6 attempts for Individual throws recognition.
Super Weight plus 100 Pound WT
Heavy Weight Pentathlon
Glenn and Kyle Bartlett will be officiating this event.
The all-ages Cross Country Championships are at Jorgensen Park on 31st July. The Masters events are 6km for 70 and above and 8km for under 70.
The 20km walk State Championships are also all-ages and include Masters caategories
MAWA members are invited to participate in a Cross-Country team event on the 13th of August 2022 at Yellagonga Regional Park.
The team’s event – Squad vs Squad – if successful, would be introduced to the Athswest Winter Athletics calendar as a ‘series’ in future seasons.
They are currently looking at either a relay or points-based format. Teams would consist of 5-7 members depending on the format, and can be either male, female or mixed. The distance of the event would be 3-4 kms for a relay, or up to 7km for a single points race. More details are available here.
The hope is to build some good, fun, and competitive rivalry amongst WA’s distance runners/squads/clubs, much like what is experienced in the Eastern States, the US and Europe.
Should any members be interested in participating they should contact Chris Stansbury, 0423 290 176. Teams can be submitted through Athletics West when the details are available on the website in a few weeks.
Currently there are several squads/clubs interested in the event including, Perth Distance Project, Infinity Run Squad, UWA athletics, Mathew Ramsdens Squad, plus more…
Click here to see all individual results from our athletes at the WMA championships together with records set. Note WR are subject to ratification. Congratulations to everyone!
MAWA athletes have again triumphed in Finland over the past few days. Congratulations to Lynne (Steeplechase), Sharon (1500m) and David who has set another WR (Steeplechase) and another AR (1500m)
We need someone to bring the clock, defibrillator, loud speaker, stand and container of batteries on Sunday mornings. Ideally it would be one person who comes regularly but it could be shared or a roster organised. Anyone who takes this on will be exempt from other helper duties so will always be able to run or walk the event. If you can help please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulation to our Course Measurement Officer, Steve Weller, who has just been upgraded from a level ‘C’ certifier to level ‘B’.
This means that any course measured by Steve will now receive a World Athletics Measurement Certificate and can display the World Athletics Certified logo.
It is great for our club that we now have a highly qualified Course Measurer.
Race Directors who think their course may be suitable for certification can contact Steve.
If you are not a Sunday runner or you have already signed up for 2 or more helper duties you can ignore this post.
The new Sunday run registration system has worked well giving our members flexibility and race directors more certainty their helpers will not pull out. Race Directors have told us they mush prefer this system.
With the 9 remaining runs from Whiteman Park through to Mullaloo Magic we have 65 slots unfilled, around 7 each week. All are now available for sign up
Let’s please have a big push to get this done. Could any Sunday runner who has not yet signed up for 2 helper duties get onto the website and book their remaining slot(s).
That will be much appreciated by the MAWA committee.
Congratulations to David on another M90 WR, this time in the 5000m!