Entries by Andrew Gooding

Stadium Closure Times

Lakeside Stadium will be playing host to a visiting international team during the period from the 29th of January through to the 8th of February. As a result, there will be no access to the stadium at the following times and dates – Monday 29th January – 4:30pm to 8:00pm Tuesday 30th January – 9:30am […]

AV Office Closure

As a result of road closures at Albert Park this Thursday the 25th of January associated with the 2018 Towards Zero Race Melbourne, the AV office will be closed for the day. Should you have any urgent needs on that day, please email andrew@athsvic.org.au

2018 Australian Under 20 3000m Championships

The Australian U20 Women’s 3000m Championships is being held at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre on Friday February 2nd, 2018. Click here to begin the online entry process. Entries close Friday January 26, 2018 at 9am.  If you have issues completing your registration, please contact ANSW for help prior to entries closing.

2018 VIC COUNTRY CHAMPS

Due to the problems experienced with the online entry system last week, we have extended the cut off time for entries into the 2017 Victorian Country Track & Field Championships until midday (12.00pm)  today, Tuesday the 16th of January. Metro athletes are also able to compete as invitational athletes, the rules of which are available […]

2018 Vic Multi Championships

The 2018 Victorian Multi Championships competition makes its way to Geelong on the 6th and 7th of January and provides competition for athletes from under 14 to over-age age groups, to compete against the states best multi athletes. Entries close at midday Wednesday the 3rd of January, so don’t delay!

Christmas & New Year – Closing Dates

From all of us at Athletics Victoria, we hope you have a wonderful festive season, and thank you for your support throughout 2017. We’re excited about what 2018 has in store as we continue in our endeavour to raise the bar even higher! Our office is closed from 5pm, on Tuesday, the 19th of December, […]

Zatopek Legacy – Patrick Tiernan

Patrick Tiernan’s rise to distance running royalty has been meteoric over the last 2 years, but the Toowoomba native has been busy building an impressive athletic resume since the grand old age of 11. Winning the Australian Cross Country Championships in 2005, the humble Victoria Park Race Course played host to a number of future […]

Zatopek Legacy – Benita Johnson (nee Willis)

Benita Willis built a career during 2000-2012 that featured 18 major championship appearances in an Australian outfit, a four-time Olympian, Willis is best known for her 10 national records ranging from 2000m to the Marathon, and victory at the 2004 World Cross Country Championships, the only Australian ever to win the prestigious event. The Mackay […]

Zatopek Legacy – David McNeill

David McNeill’s name is one that has become synonymous with expertise over 25 laps of a track. The two-time Olympian has represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games, four IAAF World Cross Country Championships, including a World Championship appearance in 2009 (Berlin).  McNeill’s 16th place finish in Rio de Janeiro highlighted a career grown at altitude in the mountains of Flagstaff,  Arizona, spending three years representing Northern […]