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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, Katelyn Simpson, Kate Spencer and Morgan McDonald.


    Association of International Marathons and Distance Races
    2017 Winter Calendar Results: 2017 Endeavour Cup
     
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    Monday, 16 October 2017 09:12

    Maroubra Fun Run 2017

     

    Maroubra Fun Run this year is going to be held on 22nd October. We invite all club members to participate at this popular local fun run.

    There are few races on offer, 8k, 4k, 4k walk and also 4k wheelchair. There are a multitude of trophies and prizes ($2000) to be won on the day.

     

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    CC Relays 2017 Report PDF Print E-mail
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    Monday, 29 May 2017 09:26

     

     

    NSW CC Relays - Report

    This year NSW cross country Relay Championships were held in perfect conditions. It's been a while since we ran on dry course on the sunny day at Miranda Park. Our club entered 10 teams and 6 individual runners. Putting teams together was a joint effort involving coaches Ken Green, Gary Howard, Warren Williams and Jordan Williams. Special thanks to all of them. Our medal tally was not bad: 1 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medal.

     

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    2017 Road Relays PDF Print E-mail
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    Tuesday, 04 July 2017 09:58

    NSW Road Relays

     

    Road Relays are going to be held on 15th July. Our club will participate at this important competition.
    Our Open Men team will try to win 12th consecutive title.
    It is really fun event to run in the team of four.
    If we can find you a spot in the team you can still run as an individual runner.

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    Saturday, 20 May 2017 07:03

    Allan Lawrence - one of the RBH greatest

     

    ALAN LAWRENCE 1930 – 2017

    Alan grew up in Matraville a stone’s throw from Botany Bay and the Bunnerong power station. The young blokes in Alan’s area all swam and fished in the hot water that came from the power station cooling plant. There were no heated pools in those days and our top swimmers also trained in this water during the winter. These young people were naturally fit because of their life style and the simple diet which was the mainstay of the working class people.

     

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