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  • Rudisha to make 1000m debut in Ostrava
    Organisers of the Golden Spike have announced that two-time Olympic 800m champion David Rudisha will make his 1000m debut at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic, on 28 June.
  • Looking back on Nassau: video highlights from the IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017
    In case you missed any of the action from last weekend's IAAF/BTC World Relays Bahamas 2017, or want to relive it, here's a compilation of some of the videos we produced in Nassau prior to and during the event's third edition.
  • Job positions available in Athletics Integrity Unit
    The Athletics Integrity Unit is seeking to appoint an out-of-competition testing coordinator as well as a paralegal/legal assistant.
  • Past winners Lake, Chefer and Yfantidou set to battle in Florence
    Young British heptathlon and high jump star Morgan Lake will return to Florence for the Multistars Trofeo Zerneri Acciai, the Italian leg of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge, on 28-29 April.
  • Thompson, Felix, Schippers and Bowie to clash over 200m in Eugene – IAAF Diamond League
    With all three Olympic medallists set to take on a three-time world champion in the event, the women’s 200m at the Prefontaine Classic on 27 May is set to be one of the highlights of the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Eugene.
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    Welcome to the official web site of the 
    Randwick-Botany Harriers inc.

    Affiliated with Athletics NSW we cater for male and female athletes of all standards and age groups, from under 14 to 70+. We provide access to all levels of competition in track and field events through the summer and road/cross country/walk races through the winter. Our mission statement: “To provide a pathway to excellence in all disciplines officiated by Athletics NSW.”

    One of the strong features of the club has been its development of junior athletes. Many members who joined the club as teenagers or even younger have gone on to win NSW and Australian Championships and subsequently represented Australia in Commonwealth Games, Olympic Games and World Championships. 

    Current high profile members of the club are:  Jeff HuntSteven Solomon,
    Jeremy Roff, Ben Moreau, Harry Summers, Selma Kajan, Lora Storey, James Roff, Molly Blakey, Katelyn Simpson, Kate Spencer and Morgan McDonald.


    Association of International Marathons and Distance Races
    2017 Winter Calendar Results: Anzac Day Race
     
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    Saturday, 11 March 2017 06:59

    World CC Departure Dinner











    Four member of Randwick Botany Harriers Athletic Club has been selected to represent Australia at upcoming World Cross Country Championships in Uganda. 
    To celebrate this, our club members (and their guests) are invited to come for a dinner and drinks on Wednesday 15 March starting at 7:30pm at "Doncaster Hotel", Kensington.

     

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    Sunday, 13 November 2016 05:15

    State Relays 2016

    State Relays this year will be held at Blacktown International Sportpark at Rooty Hill on 26th and 27th November. Our club participate every year in this significant competition which is expected to attract more than 700 teams. Please note that club will pay entry fee for every team and all you have to do is show up in your club uniform with your reggo bib and compete well.

    All information about this competition (including how to get there and timetable) can be found here.

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    Sunday, 27 November 2016 21:25

    State Relays 2016 - Report

    I was wandering if it is worth writing this report at all considering that we entered only 2 teams, that is our worst effort ever. Last year we entered 9 teams and year before 13. The reasons are not obvious. Is it the location of the venue? Could coaches do more to help putting together more teams? Or is it simply the fact that there was not much interest among athletes to compete at this event? Whatever it is, we definitely have to do better next year.

     

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    Thursday, 25 August 2016 06:33

    2016 NSW Short Course Cross Country

     

    The Kembla Joggers course was in great shape as runners young and not so made their way to the Illawarra on July 30. A far cry from the rain and thick mud the 2015 long course venue provided!

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