IAAF News and Features
  • Harrison confirms in Kalsruhe she can hurdle with confidence when it counts
    Keni Harrison – “I prefer Keni but I’ll respond to Kendra” – has made a big impact over the 60m hurdles this winter and is already being talked about as a medal contender, and perhaps the pre-event favourite, for the IAAF World Indoor Championships Portland 2016 despite her avowed international inexperience.
  • John Disley, co-founder of the London Marathon, dies
    John Disley, co-founder of the London Marathon and 1952 Olympic Games 3000m steeplechase bronze medallist, passed away in hospital early on Monday (8) at the age of 87 after a short illness.
  • First impressions – Tiffany Porter
    Tiffany Porter has won medals at the last two IAAF World Indoor Championships and she’ll be going for her third successive place on the 60m hurdles podium at this championship next month in Portland. Great Britain’s 2014 European 100m hurdles champion is the next top athlete to answer our First Impressions questions.
  • Suver and Lutz claim maiden American titles in Bend – cross-country round-up
    Mattie Suver and Craig Lutz both won their first national titles at the USATF Cross Country Championships staged in Bend, Oregon, on Saturday (6).
  • Payne clears 4.88m in Albuquerque – indoor round-up
    If 2014 was the year of the high jump and 2015 the year of the triple jump, 2016 could turn out to be the year of the pole vault.
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    Wednesday, 03 April 2013 21:25

    Interview With Molly Blakey

    One of the most promising female 400m juniors, Molly Blakey was recently selelcted to represent Australia at World Youth Championships to be held in Donetsk (Ukraine) in July this year. At recently held Australian Junior Championship in Perth Molly won 4 gold medals (100m, 400m, 4x100m, 4x400m). Before that she won 400m at Australian Olympic Youth Festival in new personal best time of 54.69.

    We caught up with Molly for a short interview.

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    Wednesday, 20 March 2013 04:04

    RBH at Australian Juniors Champs 2013

    Last week 23 junior athletes from our club took a part at Australian Junior Championships in Perth. It is great achievement just to get to that level of competition where medals are very hard to get. Our club is very lucky to have that many young promising athletes and it is also recognition for our club coaches.

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    Friday, 07 December 2012 01:58

    Club's Christmas Dinner

    Randwick Botany Harriers will have Club's Christmas Dinner at Doncaster Hotel at Kensington on Thursday 13th Dec.

    Come along to celebrate very successful year for our club and socialize with your fellow club members.

    We expect to see you all from 6:30 pm.

    Last Updated on Friday, 07 December 2012 10:20
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    Monday, 19 November 2012 09:18


    State Relays 2012 - Report


    Over the past weekend our club participated at one of the most enjoyable event of the season - State Relays. This competition provides athletes with opportunity to test their early season form and have fun competing in the team of four. We had some young athletes who competed for our club for the very first time. This includes a fairly large contingent of boys from Newington College signed up by Mike Little. Apart from three boys who are competing in club colours for several years now (Lachlan Little, David Buckland and Pattrick Elliot), the rest of them are all new club members. We welcome you all to our club!

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    Sunday, 04 November 2012 00:16

    State Relays 2012

    State Relays are to be held on 17th and 18th November at Sydney Olympic Park. 
    Teams are now finalized, note that running order will be decided on the day.

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