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  • Ayana: ‘I’m ready for the world record’ – IAAF Diamond League
    Almaz Ayana says she is primed and ready to break the 5000m world record at the Meeting Areva in Paris on Saturday (4), and she will do it alone if necessary, despite the presence of her compatriot Genzebe Dibaba at the IAAF Diamond League meeting.
  • Paris press conference highlights – IAAF Diamond League
    An array of world stars lined up to meet the media in Paris on Friday (3) ahead of the Meeting Areva Diamond League event at the Stade de France as the IAAF Diamond League continues after a three-week break.
  • Adams in fighting mood on eve of return in Paris – IAAF Diamond League
    The IAAF’s female athlete of 2014 Valerie Adams laid down the gauntlet to her shot put rivals on Friday (3), just 24 hours before she makes her first appearance of 2015 at the Meeting Areva IAAF Diamond League event in Paris on Saturday (4).
  • Tight battles predicted at Gold Coast Marathon
    After waiting more than 30 years to see Robert de Castella’s Australian all-comers record taken down, the Gold Coast Airport marathon on Sunday (5) could see the fastest men’s time ever run on Australian soil for the second successive year.
  • Lavillenie and Adams look to maintain dominance in Paris – IAAF Diamond League
    Two of the biggest names in world athletics are set to capture the crowd’s attention at the Meeting Areva in Paris on Saturday (4) when the IAAF Diamond League resumes after a two-week lay-off for various national championships and European team contests.
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    Sunday, 03 June 2012 02:02

    Club's Sunday Long Run at Royal National Park

    The Randwick Botany Harrier’s Second Club Sunday Long Run was a great success at The Royal National Park on Sunday the 27th of May. We had perfect weather and a great turnout for the event, which was an opportunity to clock up some miles outside of the white fence.

     

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    Monday, 21 May 2012 04:17

    NSW Cross Country Relays

    We are urging runners to participate in this year State Cross Country Relays to be held on 2nd June.
    All information about this competition, including time-table and how to get there can be found here.

     

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    Saturday, 21 April 2012 00:59

    RBH at Open National Championships 2012

    Australian Open Championships were held from April 13 to April 15 in Melbourne. Randwick Botany Harriers had 5 athletes competing and medal tally was very impressive, 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal. The most impressive performance came from Steven Solomon who once again snatched national title (he won it last year as well) and ran personal best time of 45.54. Harry Summers came back with his first national title in 5000m. James Roff was second Australian in 400m hurdles while his brother Jeremy came third in fairly tactical 1500m.

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    Tuesday, 03 April 2012 09:33

     

    2012 NSW Open Championships

    Fifteen Randwick Botany Harriers athletes took part at the NSW Open Championships last weekend. It was a relatively successful competition for our club with a mix of mature athletes and some youngsters competing at their first State  Open. The highlight among mature athletes was Jeremy Roff's return to form (after recent injury). Among young athletes there were a couple of brilliant performances, including Jack Stapletone in 1500m, but the 15 year old pole vaulter Matilda Measday was a standout with new club record of 2.60m.


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    Tuesday, 20 March 2012 09:16

    RBH at Australian Junior Championship 2012

     

    This years Australian Junior Championships was held in Sydney over five days, starting on Wednesday 14th March to the 18th March. It was an action packed five days, with Randwick Botany Harriers strong contingent , led by Steven Solomon, bringing home no less then 16 medals.

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