The World Masters Games is the world’s largest multi-sport event. Held every four years, it is the pinnacle sporting event for masters competitors worldwide. In supporting the Olympic Games ethos of ‘sport for all’, the goal of the World Masters Games is to encourage participation in sport throughout life. Competition and camaraderie are equally celebrated.
UC Tiger Mark Rossiter competed for Australia in the 200m, 400m, 4x400m Relay and the 4x100m Relay.
Competing alongside Adam Farlow, Jay Stone and Jonathan Stefaniak the 4x100m team took over 5 seconds off the Australian Masters 30-34years 4x100m record, on their way to a dominant victory and a Gold Medal.
The next Cross Country run on Lake Ginninderra is on the 29th April 2017 starting at 8:45am.
This Saturday is the third event in our Winter Cross Country Program. Runners can choose any distance they like from 1.5km right through to 5km each fortnight.
Everyone, mixed age and distance, starts together making the morning go quicker.
Entry is open to anyone looking to get in a little practice for Schools Cross Country or just to do fun run that’s a little different. You don’t need to be a member of any particular athletics club to participate. All abilities and ages are most welcome.
UC Ginninderra 2017 Winter Cross Country Program Dates