AV Memberships and Bibs for 2018/2019

1424 Athletics Victoria Membership packs will be delivered to Club Managers tomorrow at XCR18 Round 1 Jells park Relays.

Each AV member will receive in their membership pack:-

  •  Athletics Victoria SportsPass Membership Card
  •  Athletics Victoria Welcome Letter
  •  two (2) Cloth Bib Numbers and
  • one (1) timing Bib

Cloth bibs are to be worn front and back at the following events:-

  • XCR Relay Events ( Jells Park, Sandown, Angelsea and Tan Relays) and
  • Summer track & field competition

For all individual XCR18 Rounds (St Annes, Cruden Farm, Bundoora, Albert Park, Ballarat and Burnley),

  • The Timing Bib is to be worn on the front, and
  • one cloth bib on the back.

Please refer to the AV BIB placement guide XCR 18 BIB INSTRUCTIONS

A copy of the BIB Guide will be provided to each AV member along with their membership pack

Three (3) bibs – two cloth and one timing chip bib have been issued to all memberships received this week before the closing date.

The TIMING Chip BIB (front) and one CLOTH Bib  is to be used in all individual XCR Events.

Members are reminded to keep all bibs in tact as if a bib is lost or misplaced then there is a fee for all replacement bibs.

Club Managers/Reps will make arrangements to hand out all membership packs to Club Members.

 

 

XCR is back!

Jells Park hosts the first edition of this year’s XCR, the round which in 2017 saw 1,111 members competing – our second highest participation rate ever.
 
The first round of last year’s XCR proved to be a decisive one, with many of those victorious going on to take out the overall Teams Pennant. In 2018 we see Old Xaverians promoted to Premier Women, replacing Geelong Region. Whilst over in the men’s competition Western Athletics is promoted as one of the ten Premier Men’s teams, replacing APS United.
 
2018 also sees the addition of two new age groups; Men’s 60+ and Women’s 50+. 

Word on the street is that some of our Commonwealth Games athletes may come and compete this weekend after a successful track and field competition at Gold Coast 2018 and if you’re on the lookout for some new shoes, Saucony will be at Jells Park with a select footwear range. 

As a reminder – To be eligible to run in a relay team for your club your membership must be complete and approved before 11.59am Wednesday 18th April 2018. Don’t leave it to the last minute and make sure your Club Registrar approves your membership to complete the process.
 
See you at Jells Park!
Note: Team Managers, please make sure you cross check the Eligible Athletes List located on the event page by clicking here.

XCR18 Round 1 JELLS PARK

XCR18 Round 1 Jells Park

Relay Team entries close 11.59am Monday 16th April 2018

Member Registrations to compete at Jells Park close 11.59am Wednesday 18th April.  

Clubs must have approved your membership to be eligible to compete at Jells Park.

**Members please make sure you complete your registration well before the closing time on Wednesday 18th April 11.59am to allow Clubs time to approve your memberships. Only approved memberships will be eligible to compete at JELLS PARK on Saturday 21st April 2018.

** Club Registrars – please approve all memberships before 11.59am Wednesday 18th April.

 

Tim Crosbie reports from Valencia, Spain

2018 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships – Valencia, Spain

Set on the shores of the Balearic Sea in the Mediterranean, the Spanish port city of Valencia played host to the biennial World Half Marathon Championship on Saturday 24th March.  And with the IAAF embracing recreational running as part of it’s long term strategy , the Championship had the added element of a ‘peoples’ race numbering some 15,000 runners being held at the same time.
With 86 competing nations and over 300 Championship athletes across the women’s and men’s races, the IAAF were pleased to report the largest participation at an event of this kind, and without doubt the pre-eminent distance race on the global calendar for 2018.
Unfortunately race day arrived with gusting north westerly winds reaching up to 50km per hour and averaging around 30km, and with some rain forecast time expectations were lowered.
Australia had a team of five take part, four of whom were Victorians and three debutantes at this level of competition.  Here are the race summaries:

Women

The Women’s race started 25 minutes before the men and mass field of the ‘peoples’ event.  The 5:05pm start time was aimed at maximising spectator involvement in what is termed the ‘city of running’ and with excitement around the possibility of a women’s world record being run the people of Valencia lined the course in big numbers.

With two competing runners, Sinead Diver (South Melbourne) and Ellie Pashley  (Deakin) Australia were not going to field a scoring team due to the late withdrawal of Olympian Milly Clark, however with both girls demonstrating great form in the lead up there was high interest in just how highly they might place.

Moving through the first 5km together in 16:47 the girls were placed in the mid 50’s, just in to the top half of the 120 strong field.  The next 5km included some exposed areas of the course as they turned from the coast and headed towards the central part of the city.  A resultant drop in pace still had them on for PB’s, although the 10km split of 34:16 may well have indicated both were slowing quite a bit, despite having moved up 10 places.

With a pack of eight to ten to work with, both Pashley and Diver took their turns leading into the breeze, guaranteeing the pace didn’t drop too far.  Diver hit 15km 51:33 in 32nd position with Pashley just 2 seconds and 4 spots back in the pack.  The course now entered the central part of old Valencia where high buildings provided some relief from the breeze.

The run for home meant the assistance of the tailwind was felt for the first time.  With Diver going through 20km in 1:08:13, a 16:40 5km split had propelled her into the top 25 and gold label status for the first time.  Pashley was following in Diver’s footsteps with only 3 seconds separating the pair as they entered the final kilometre.

Valencia spared no expense organising a stunning finish with a raised ramp across a water feature in the middle of the city’s arts precinct hosting the final 100m.  With a sharp right turn followed by a sharp left the Australian girls hit the ramp flying in positions 23 and 24, both recording sub 3:10 closing kilometres to finish the race.  With finishing times of 1:11:40 for Diver and 1:11:43 for Pashley, both girls recorded substantial personal bests in the challenging conditions and have propelled themselves to 15th & 16th respectively on the Australian All Time list for the Half Marathon.

And the crowds of Valencia were treated to a world record run with Ethiopia’s Netsanet Kebede running 1:06:11 to record a new record for a women’s only race, eclipsing the great Lornah Kiplagat’s 1:06:25 from 2007.  The women’s record for a mixed gender race is held by Kenya’s Joyciline Jepkosgei who recorded 1:04:51 on a similar course in Valencia in October 2017.  On Saturday Jepkosgei had to settle for the silver medal some 43 seconds behind the winner.

Men

With the mass field assembled behind them, the Championship men toed the line for a 5:30pm start.  Victorians Collis Birmingham (Eureka) and Dejen Gebreselassie (Mentone) were joined by NSW athlete and 2016 Melbourne Marathon winner Thomas Do Canto.

Taking an honoured position on the front of the start line, the dual Olympian Birmingham was the favoured Australian with both Gebreselassie and Do Canto boasting PB’s well adrift of Birmingham’s 1:00:56 set in Japan in 2013.

However honour soon turned to near disaster as Birmingham was clipped shortly after the start and sent tumbling to the ground.  A little bruised and battered, Birmingham retained his feet to the sight of all 160 championship runners ahead and 15,000 people from the mass start bearing down quickly.

Setting off in pursuit, Birmingham started to make his way through the field and had passed Do Canto by 5km as he moved through in 14:52 and 90th position.  Gebreselassie however had taken advantage of a less than aggressive start be the lead men and sat nicely in a big pack crossing in 14:34 and 39th place.

By 10km the men had faced similar blustery conditions to the women with the split times reflecting this.  Gebreselassie was still under 30min pace but it was getting hard to maintain sub 3’s as they made their way towards the historic heart of Valencia.  Dropping to 61st place, Gebreselassie was soon in Birmingham’s sights as Collis picked off another 15 runners in the preceding 5km.  Do Canto was running a smart race with the assistance of a nice pack crossing 10km in 30:41 for 101st position.

Reaching the central city and 15km, the gap between Gebreselassie and Birmingham narrowed to 7 seconds with Dejen in 56th place and Collis 67th.  A good battle between the Victorians loomed as they started the long run home with an assisting breeze.  At 18km Birmingham came along side his team mate only for the younger of the two to throw down a surge… the honour of being first Aussie important to both of them.  Do Canto by this time was starting to motor through the field having risen 16 positions to 85th.

Reaching 20km in 1:00:34 and 64th position, Gebreselassie held a slender 4 second lead over Birmingham while Do Canto was running quicker than both of them delivering his first sub 15min split for the race and lifting to 72nd place.

Hitting the finish ramp together, Birmingham had one last encouraging word for Gebreselassie before launching his last surge to the line.  With a big pack together every second would count for placings and it was the more experienced of the two who crossed first finishing in 1:03:44 for 62nd place to Gebreselassie’s 1:03:47 in 66th place.  Do Canto maintained 72nd place over the last 1.1km to stop the clock at 1:04:18.

The remarkable Kenyan Geoffrey Kamworor ran away from the field to record an unprecedented 3rd successive World Half Marathon Championship in a time of 1:00:02 ahead of Bahrain’s Abraham Cheroben in 1:00:22.  A sprint to the line saw Eritrean Aron Kifle claim third 2 seconds ahead of Ethiopian Jemal Yimer.  With Ethiopians claiming the next two spots they easily took the team title from Bahrain.

So with 4 personal bests from a five member team on a day the IAAF organisers were left thinking what could have been, the Australian team have plenty to feel proud about.  Top 25 and Gold Label performances to the experienced Diver and rookie Pashley highlighted the day for team AUS with the men staging an intriguing battle for personal honours that delivered plenty of excitement for those following the race.

Women’s results
23rd Sinead Diver 1:11:40 (5km splits 16:47, 17:29, 17:17, 16:40 & 3:27)
24th Ellie Pashley 1:11:43 (5km splits 16:47, 17:29, 17:19, 16:40 & 3:28)
122 starters/117 finishers

Men’s results
62nd Collis Birmingham 1:03:44 (5km splits 14:52, 15:16, 15:13, 15:14 & 3:06)
66th Dejen Gebreselassie 1:03:47 (5km splits 14:34, 15:14, 15:29, 15:17 & 3:13)
72nd Thomas Do Canto 1:04:18 (5km splits 15:05, 15:36, 15:31, 14:58 & 3:08)
157 starters/152 finishers

 

 

AV Portal going slow….

AV MEMBER PORTAL ISSUES – the AV member portal is not co-operating with issues with logging on and processing orders for Round 11 Shield this weekend. Our IT provider is working through the issues.
If you can not enter for RND 11 Shield this weekend, please email competitions@athsvic.org.au BEFORE MIDDAY today (Wednesday 10th January 2018) –

  • NAME,
  • BIB Number,
  • Venue (Lakeside, Nunawading, Geelong or Ballarat) and
  • Event you wish to enter.

PLS note for FIELD EVENTS – entering via email will not guarantee a place in the nominated field event. AV will post entry lists once we have processed them manually.

Entries received after midday today will not be processed for Rnd 11 Shield this weekend. Athletes will need to enter on the day.

Our apologies for the issues with our member portal.

Regards AV

Weather Alert

WEATHER FORECAST Saturday 6th January 2017.
Happy New Year to everyone.

We have been monitoring the weather forecast for this Saturday which as at 10.00am today (02/01/18) is for a maximum of 41 degrees mid Saturday afternoon with a late cool change. With this forecast temperatures will hit low 30’s across Victoria by 11.00am and increase to 40/41 by mid afternoon.

AV will review the weather forecast Wednesday (03/01) midday and Wednesday (03/01) 5.00pm (and will continue to do so if appropriate) and will keep members informed as to whether Shield Round 10 proceeds or is re-scheduled to a future weekend.
We have already ruled out an option of moving Shield Rnd 10 to Sunday (07/01) due to venue availability and Officials who have already volunteered for day 2 of the Multi Championships not being available to officiate.

This weekend is also the AV Multi Championships to be held in Geelong on Saturday and Sunday.
At this stage,the Multi Championships will proceed with appropriate timetable adjustments (if necessary) made based on event entries – which close Wednesday (03/01/18) 11.59am.

I appreciate there are always differing views on Victorian weather both at regional and metro venues and reiterate that I will ensure that the safety of all members and our Victorian Officials is our primary concern.

Warm regards – Glenn Turnor CEO.

Ron Clarke Scholarship 2018 – Applications Open

OBJECTIVE

The aim of the scholarship is to provide support for a middle distance/distance athlete to achieve his or her athletic and educational potential. The recipient will be expected to uphold those values demonstrated by Ron over his life: commitment to his athletic career, his education and his subsequent working life; support of the athletics community; and dedication to his family and other important relationships.

 RON’S CAREER

Ron Clarke was truly a “renaissance man”. Among his lifetime achievements he was a successful businessman, an environmental crusader, Mayor of the Gold Coast for eight years, a philanthropist and a devoted family man.

But it is as a runner that Ron is best known. Ron showed that distance runners could race hard, race fearlessly and race anyone. His assault on performance barriers was stunning: in his halcyon days Ron took almost 40 seconds off the world record for 10,000 metres between December 1963 and July 1965 (36 seconds in one race), and 18 seconds off the world record for 5000 between January 1965 and July 1966. Ron won an Olympic bronze medal at 10,000 in Tokyo in 1964 and silver medals at three miles at the Perth Commonwealth Games in 1962, at three and six miles in Kingston Jamaica in 1966 and at 10,000 metres in Edinburgh in 1970. In all, he set 17 world records over the period 1963 to 1968, in events ranging from 2 miles to one hour.

RON’S CONTRIBUTION TO ATHLETICS INTERNATIONAL

In the late 1960s, there was a dearth of international competition in Australia. Glenhuntly Athletics Club, of which Ron was always a proud member, went guarantor for several meets at Olympic Park in 1968. A main attraction was to see people like Ron, Ralph Doubell, Derek Clayton and Kerry O’Brien run.  Close to 20,000 spectators would turn up. In part, this led to several of our very top athletes at the time, including Ron, establishing Athletics International (AI). The inaugural meeting of AI was held at Helen (Ron’s wife) and Ron’s home on 15 December 1968, and was attended by 37 of our then best athletes. Ray Weinberg was elected the first President and Ron became the AI Patron, a position he held until he passed away in June 2015.

 

AI’s aim was to provide international competition for Australia’s athletes, and to help bring Australia’s coaching standards and facilities up to international level. In 1971 AI published Athletics the Australian Way (followed later by a second edition), with Ron both the editor and a contributor. These books contained ‘comments, advice, thought and stories about the events in which each contributor specialised and their approach to athletics’. Profits from the track meets and sales of Athletics the Australian Way provided the capital to establish the Athletics International Trust. Today, this Trust funds AI’s initiatives to help young and emerging athletes, including the domestic and international travel grants programs, and the Athletics International Ron Clarke Scholarship. Luke Mathews was the inaugural Ron Clarke Scholarship holder in 2016, and Lora Storey in 2017.

In all Ron, through both his athletic profile and desire to put something back into the sport of athletics, played a vital part in AI getting off the ground.

  

THE RON CLARKE SCHOLARSHIP

  1. Funding and associated obligations

 The Athletics International Trust has allocated up to $5,000 each year for this scholarship. The AI Awards Committee will oversee the awarding of the scholarship payments. The successful athlete will receive $2,500 at the start of their first semester of study. The Ron Clarke Scholarship holder will receive a second $2,500 at the start of the second semester, following receipt by the AI Awards Committee of:

  • Evidence of successful completion of the requirements of semester one; and
  • A progress report on how the Scholarship has assisted the holder to progress both their educational and athletic goals.

 At the completion of the academic year, the Ron Clarke Scholarship holder must:

  • Provide to AI a final report indicating how the $5,000 assisted him/her to progress in their education of choice and their athletic career.
  • The Scholarship holder will, where practical, be required to give a short presentation to the “Strawberries and Cream” function (should it be held) on their progress over the past year, and aspirations for the future. This function, to commemorate Ron’s world records at the Oslo Meet, has previously been held in association with the Zatopek 10km meet in Melbourne in December.
  • Finally, the Scholarship holder will be required to prepare short articles for the AI Newsletter as requested, but no more than twice a year both in the year of holding the Scholarship and the next two years.

 

  1. Mentoring

 The recipient of the scholarship will be offered a mentor from Athletics International if they wish. The mentor’s role will not be a coaching one, but rather one that provides support and advice when needed. Typically, this mentor will be a former elite athlete and have experiences that could provide lessons for the scholarship recipient.

  1. Criteria

The scholarship criteria best reflect many of the characteristics Ron held dear. Applicants need to be able to demonstrate they:

  • are an Australian citizen
  • are a promising runner in a distance from 800m to the marathon, including the 3km steeplechase
  • can demonstrate a commitment to athletics, as shown through participation over several seasons, including currently
  • have demonstrated improvement over recent years, with potential to achieve elite status
  • are a student attending a post-secondary education institution in Australia and undertaking, as a minimum, a 50 per cent but preferably a 75 per cent load
  • do not receive significant financial support from Athletics Australia/NASS, State Institutes of Sport or other sponsors

Closing date

Friday 2 February 2018

Application form

To download an application form click on this RON CLARKE Scholarship 2018 Application form

The completed application form should be emailed to:

caterfamily@internode.on.net

Victorian Relay Championships Preview

The Victorian Relay Championships are back at Lakeside Stadium this Saturday 11th November with 396 teams chasing a spot in 33 finals.

This event has a long and proud history, and as the first Championship event of the season, it is a great opportunity to bring Clubs and their members together. Twenty nine (29) of the 56 Athletics Victoria affiliated Clubs have entered teams with both Ballarat and Bendigo competing as ‘regions’. With a full and fast program scheduled for Saturday , AV General Manager Competitions & Government Ross Cunningham says it is a big program to try and keep on time.

‘ We have 396 teams entered for this weekend and the program will start with the Womens 40+ 4 x 1500m at 10.00am and conclude with the U18 Girls and Boys 4 x 800m at 6.30pm.’ says Cunningham

‘It is a full day of competition and we rely on the athletes to make sure they know where they need to be for each relay event. We will using the infield to marshal teams for the 4 x 100m events and with the help of Victorian Officials and Club Helpers will get people where they need to be.’

With 33 finals on the card this weekend, the Womens and Mens final of the 4 x 400m Relay will be held at the traditional time on the Zatopek 10 program on Thursday 14th December 2017.

While there is a strong Club and social element to this event, there is still some strong rivalry between AV Clubs. Looking at the last 5 years of the Championships, it shows the depth of unity among all Clubs  which begs the question, who will be next.

Quick Vic Relays Form Guide

Womens 50+  – Western Aths should take this out, but dont discount Ballarat Region to  put in a late run in the closing stages. No issues with any of them making the distance.

Mens 50+ – open race this one. Box Hill have the distance specialists many of them will be coming off  big sessions this Cup week.  Diamond Valley are certain for the 4 x 100 if their trainer can hold them together and get them to the start line in one piece.

Mens Open 4 x 100m – The Old Melburnians stable have three runners this year and the pressure will be on all to perform. Questions around winter preparation and whether they have the depth. No problem with the distance although they will struggle if challenged with strong changeovers. St Kevins will take this out.

U16 Womens Medley will be the race of the day with Sandringham, Collingwood, and Geelong Guild likely contenders. Dont forget some outside support for Essendon and Frankston here.

U14 Boys sees the return of Bendigo Region who claimed two group wins in 2014. Probably the most open race on the card with limited form on the field (but great to see strong support still) in this class.

Finally a full card of racing at Lakeside Stadium tomorrow with weather forecast to be fine, becoming sunny with 25 degress which will go well for a dry and solid track rating of a GOOD 3.

For all  the information on the Victorian Relay Championships click on the link HERE

 

 

 

Athletics Victoria Club Champions 2012 – 2016

WOMENS OPEN 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
4 x 100 SANDRINGHAM SANDRINGHAM DIAMOND VALLEY SANDRINGHAM SANDRINGHAM
4 x 400 SANDRINGHAM SANDRINGHAM DONCASTER  SANDRINGHAM
4 x 800 BOX HILL BOX HILL DONCASTER DONCASTER WESTERN ATHS
Distance Med DONCASTER SANDRINGHAM DONCASTER KNOX AC
WOMENS U18
4 x 100 ESSENDON ESSENDON GEELONG ESSENDON ATHS NUNAWADING
4 x 400 OLD XAVS ESSENDON FRANKSTON RUYTON CHILWELL
4 x 800 COLLINGWOOD ESSENDON ESSENDON ESSENDON FRANKSTON
Distance Med DONCASTER SANDRINGHAM CHILWELL BOX HILL EAGLEHAWK
WOMENS U16
4 x 100 DIAMOND VALLEY SANDRINGHAM SANDRINGHAM KSB BOX HILL
4 x 400 COLLINGWOOD CROYDON ESSENDON FRANKSTON  –
Distance Med SANDRINGHAM GLENHUNTLY ESSENDON SANDRINGHAM CHILWELL
WOMENS U14
4 x 100 SANDRINGHAM FRANKSTON OLD XAVS SANDRINGHAM ESSENDON
4 x 400 COLLINGWOOD COLLINGWOOD ESSENDON ESSENDON  –
WOMENS 40 +
4 X 100 KSB VMA KSB KSB  –
4 X 400 CHILWELL BOX HILL KSB WESTERN ATHS WESTERN ATHS
4 X 1500 BALLARAT REGION KNOX AC GLENHUNTLY BOX HILL  –
WOMENS 50+
4 X 100M WESTERN ATHS WESTERN ATHS WESTERN ATHS WESTERN ATHS  –
MENS OPEN 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
4 x 100 OLD MELBURNIANS OLD MELBURNIANS OLD MELBURNIANS SANDRINGHAM
4 x 400 ST KEVINS OLD MELBURNIANS OLD MELBURNIANS OLD MELBURNIANS KNOX
4 x 800 ST KEVINS DEAKIN KNOX ST STEPHENS
Distance Med ATHS NUNAWADING KNOX DONCASTER ATHS NUNAWADING
MENS U18
4 x 100 DONCASTER ESSENDON FRANKSTON CASEY CARDINIA DONCASTER
4 x 400 ESSENDON GEELONG GUILD ESSENDON GEELONG GUILD DONCASTER
4 x 800 OLD SCOTCH OLD SCOTCH CHILWELL DIAMOND VALLEY KNOX
Distance Med DONCASTER CHILWELL KNOX DIAMOND VALLEY DONCASTER
MENS U16
4 x 100 CASEY CARDINIA ST KEVINS ESSENDON ESSENDON WILLIAMSTOWN
4 x 400 BENDIGO REGION OLD XAVERIANS ESSENDON CHILWELL BENDIGO YMCA
Distance Med BENDIGO REGION ALBURY DONCASTER BENDIGO HARRIERS BENDIGO YMCA
MENS U14
4 x 100 ST KEVINS SANDRINGHAM BENDIGO HARRIERS FRANKSTON EMH
4 x 400 BOX HILL OLD XAVERIANS BENDIGO HARRIERS GLENHUNTLY OLD XAVERIANS
MENS 40+
4 X 100 GLENHUNTLY WENDOUREE DIAMOND VALLEY DIAMOND VALLEY DIAMOND VALLEY
4 X 400 GLENHUNTLY GLENHUNTLY BOX HILL DIAMOND VALLEY BOX HILL
4 X 1500 ST KEVINS BOX HILL BOX HILL COLLINGWOOD BOX HILL
MENS 50+
4 X 100M DIAMOND VALLEY DIAMOND VALLEY GEELONG GUILD DIAMOND VALLEY DIAMOND VALLEY
4 X 400 BOX HILL DIAMOND VALLEY DIAMOND VALLEY KEILOR ST BERNARDS WESTERN ATHS
4 X 1500 BOX HILL BOX HILL BOX HILL KEILOR ST BERNARDS KEILOR ST BERNARDS

 

New Club Incentive Program

Summer Club Transfers close Dec 1

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Any member wishing to submit a change of club form for the summer season must complete the process by Tuesday 1 December 2015.

Please complete the following: Club Transfer Form

It’s also the closing time for anyone wishing to submit an Alternate First Claim or Second Claim.

If you have any questions about the process please contact Athletics Victoria on (03) 8646 4500.

Celeste Mucci shows golden form

Celeste Mucci was the golden girl again for Williamstown Athletics Club at the 2014 Victorian all-Schools athletics championships at Albert Park.

Mucci was one of six club members to win a total of 11 medals – three gold, seven silver and one bronze.

The Maribyrnong College student took home all three of the club’s gold medals, and a silver to boot, after strong performances on the track and in the field.

Read full story here… (Lance Jenkinson – Star Weekly)

Zone v Zone Update

Athletics Victoria has had to change the venue from Lakeside Stadium to Casey Fields on Sunday 23 November for the first round of Zone v Zone between Blue and White Zones.

The final program will be sent out to all Blue and White members prior to the event and it is likely to start at 12.00pm. (Program and start time to be confirmed).

Casey Fields:
Google Maps
160 Berwick – Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East, 3977
City of Casey – Regional Athletics Centre General Information

Please visit the Zone v Zone webpage for more information.

If you have any questions about the change of venue please contact Athletics Victoria on 03 8646 4500 or email summer@athsvic.org.au.