ACT Cross Country Championships 2014

The ACT Cross Country Championships 2014 is a combined event between Athletics ACT and ACT Veterans Athletics Club. Entries are now being taken the Championships that are being held on July 19 at Stromlo Forrest Park. Registered athletes (ACT and Interstate) as well as non registered athletes can compete.

For more information check out Athletics ACT or Ginninderra Tigers.

Cook Athletics Field

Located at Cook Neighbourhood Oval on Biffin Street (Belconnen), the picturesque Cook Athletics Field has a dedicated athletics facility with a separate 100m and 300m circular running track, long jump pits with all weather run-ups and throwing circles,  including one discus cage and three separate shot put circles.

The ACT Government provides both on-leash and off-leash opportunities to exercise dogs. Cook Oval is designated as a ‘dog exercise area’. A number of families exercise their dogs at Cook Oval regularly during the week.

Cook Oval is located approximately 7 minutes from the Belconnen Town Centre. For more information contact Belconnen Little Athletics Centre.

Inaugural Athletics ACT Club Championships

The inaugural Athletics ACT ‘Club Championships/Relay Day’ was held on the 7th of November 1998 at the AIS track.

The final result was a tight win to Combined Universities on 222 points, from South Canberra Tuggeranong second on 193 points and Woden Harriers third on 43 points.

The event was also a selection trial for the Athletics Australia National Clubs Championships to be held in Melbourne on 21 March 1999 with CUAC earning the opportunity in its first year.

New Combined Universities Athletics Club home page

Hi,

I thought I’d drop a line

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and tell you all about the new Combined Universities Athletics Club home page at:

http://coombs.anu.edu.au/~dnissen/athletics/index.html

this page has links to all the best athletics resources on the net!

The page focuses on Canberra Australia and has local information including weekly interclub results. When something new and interesting appears on the page I’ll be sure to write to you all and let you know where to go and what you’ll find when you get there.

All the best,

Steve Dodt
Club Captain

ps: comments are always welcome

pss: Hey I just run 2:15:30 for my 800m on the weekend, not bad for a 100m sprinter!