10 Results for author: WCAC

Dominic Overend gains new PB at Youth Olympic Games

Waitakere athlete Dominic Overend did the himself and the club proud at the recent Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. The 200m sprinter, who at only 16 years old is ranked number 2 in NZ for the 200m and the 100m, Dominic gained himself a new Pb 21.44 in stage 2 200m. Against some amazingly tough competition, the speedy teen finished a close up 4th in ... More

Maddison Wesche wins Gold at World U20 Champs

New Zealand has another world shot put champion, after Maddison-Lee Wesche's victory at the world junior (U20) championships in Tampere, Finland. The Waitakere athlete produced her winning throw of 17.09m - a personal best by eight centimetres - on her last attempt to snatch the title from China's Linru Zhang and Dutchwoman Jorinde Van Klinken, who both ... More

Aaron Booth receives All Star status

Congratulations to Waitakere decathlete Aaron Booth who has received All America status. This status means you are recognised as one of the top amateur athletes in the USA. Aaron is the first Kansas-State athlete to be honoured with this accolade since 2014. Aaron placed 2nd at the Big 12 Championships and his score qualified him for the NCAA Div1 Champi... More

Waitakere success at Auckland Junior Champs

Waitakere athletes put in a massive effort at last weekend's Auckland Junior Track & Field Champs held at Mt Smart Stadium. Amongst the relays squads, Waitakere took gold in the 10 Girls, 7 Boys, 8 Boys, 10 Boys and 11 Boys 4 x 100m races with the 11 Boys breaking the Auckland record with a time of 54.65. Click here for Waitakere placing results... More

Waitakere success at Senior Auckland Track & Field Champs

Waitakere City Athletic Club had a hugely successful Auckland Track & Field Championships last weekend, with athletes from the age of 12+ bringing home a wealth of medals. Held over three days at Mt Smart Stadium, the Athletics Auckland Track & Field Championships saw some amazing individual performances from a variety of athletes. Special ... More

Trans Tasman Athletes bring home the Cup

The 10-11 year old Auckland Trans-Tasman team put in an amazing performance and claimed the Trans-Tasman Cup off their New South Wales counterparts on January 14th. The Auckland team, made up of athletes from all over the North Island, including 10 Waitakere athletes, joined forces to provide some outstanding performances, earning enough points to take ... More

Time changes for club night: 7th November

Due to a training session for the Peruvian Soccer team which is being held at the Trusts Stadium on Tuesday, 7th November, we are required to push our start times for club night back to accommodate them. Start times for Tuesday, 7th November will be as follows: 3-6years: 5pm -6pm 7-9years: 6pm-7:15pm 10-14years: 7pm-8:30pm We apologise for ... More

Auckland Athletics Aspire Academy

This is the fifth year of the Athletics Auckland Aspire Development Academy. The three day academy will give athletes aged 12-18 years the opportunity to work with some very experienced coaches in their chosen discipline. Many of the athletes that have been through the Aspire Development Academy have gone on to represent Auckland, North Harbour and Counties ... More

Well done Daymon Shute & Zayyaan Smith

Well done to Waitakere Athletes, Daymon Shute and Zayyaan Smith who have been selected to represent New Zealand at the Australian All School Games and the Pacific School Games respectively. The events will held in Perth, Australia in December 2017. More

Congratulations Aaron Booth

A massive congratulations to Waitakere Athlete Aaron Booth who won Bronze at the World University Championships in Taiwan, competing in the Decathlon. He scored 7523 points which breaks his PB of 7246 points. Congratulations Aaron! More