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  • Toroitich and Belete win, Hassan and Cherono beaten – cross-country round-up
    Timothy Toroitich scored his third victory on Spanish soil this winter at the 35th edition of the Cross Internacional de Venta de Banos on Sunday (21).
  • Kenyans Kibet and Chepngetich dominate in Brussels
    The Iris Lotto CrossCup was marked by two thrilling duels between two Kenyan athletes. Alex Kibet won a fierce battle against his compatriot Abraham Kapsis Kipyatich while 19-year-old Sheila Chepngetich Keter triumphed over Commonwealth 1500m champion Faith Kipyegon at the IAAF Cross Country Permit meeting in Brussels on Sunday (21).
  • After breakout 2014, Almaz Ayana is ready to amaze in Beijing
    The athletics world is accustomed to seeing Ethiopian women winning 5000m or 10,000m titles, but no one from the East African nation of 94million whose last name does not start with a ‘D’ had been able to get to the top of the podium at the Olympic Games, IAAF World Championships, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, or IAAF Continental Cup over the past decade prior to mid-September.
  • Yemaneberhan Crippa – the orphan born to run
    You have to go back more than 30 years to find the last European runner who stood on the podium after the junior men’s race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships – when Spain’s Pere Casacuberta won in 1984 – so it has to be a very long shot that Italy’s Yemaneberhan Crippa will end that streak in Guiyang, China, next March.
  • Rop and Kipyegon top the bill in Brussels
    A fine selection of the world’s most promising young distance runners, arguably topped by Bahrain’s Albert Rop and Kenya’s Faith Kipyegon, will gather at the Iris Lotto Cross Cup meeting in Brussels, the second of this winter’s IAAF Cross Country Permit meetings, on Sunday (21).
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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. 
    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, Victoria Mitchell, James Roff, Molly Blakey, Morgan McDonald and Joshua Johnson.

    "The Sunday Group" - series of articles by Julie Forster Association of International Marathons and Distance Races


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    Saturday, 29 November 2014 00:05

    2014 Presentation Night


    Our presentation was at the 18 Footers Club on the harbour (literally – we had the balcony all to ourselves!) and 29 attendees enjoyed the night. The venue was fantastic with awesome view and dinner was really good too. We have some photos available at our Facebook page.

     

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    Sunday, 09 November 2014 07:43

     

    RBH Presentation Night
    Randwick Botay Harriers will have a presentation night/Christmas drinks on 27th November starting at 7pm. This year we are meeting at new and exciting venue at 18 Footers Yacht Club, 77 Bay St Double Bay. We invite all members and their friends to attend.
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    Monday, 17 November 2014 08:17

    2014 State Relays - Report

    State relays this year were very successful for Randwick Botany Harriers. Many athletes responded to our initial call and that resulted in 19 of our teams being entered for this competition. After some good running at State 3k Championships, there was a rumour going around that our Open Men 4x1500m team would attempt to break state record. There was also some excitement among junior runners. All this contributed to exceptional medal tally of 4 gold, 4 silver and 1 bronze medal. Last year we had only 2 gold and 3 silver.

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    Monday, 27 October 2014 09:17

    State Relays 2014

    State Relays are to be held on 15th and 16th November at Sydney Olympic Park. 
    Last year RBH entered 12 teams and we won 2 gold and 3 silver medals. This year we want to do better. We call all athletes to make themselves available for this competition.

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