CNW Relays Day was held on Sunday, 22nd November with a massive turn out of 350 kids participating.
Timed results are available here:
4x 100m Results
4x 200m Results
4x 400m Results
Field Relay Results
Medley Relay Results
Waitakere City Athletics Club won the annual Papatoetoe Athletics Festival Shield for a second year in a row.
This year, Waitakere City Athletic Club was the closest any club has come to beating the home team. Waitakere had a fantastic turn out of club members who all worked hard to earn points that went toward winning the shield.
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Prize Giving Announcement
Due to our current world situation and the updated limitations on large gatherings of people, Waitakere City Athletic Club has decided to hold this year’s end of season Prize Giving in a slightly less conventional manner than other years. We will not have a large group celebration but will have an ‘award announcement ...
Don't forget that second half of the athletics season will kick off on Tuesday, 21st January. See you all there!
Waitakere City Athletics Club has comprehensively won the annual Papatoetoe Athletics Festival Shield for 2019.
With a total of 124 points, Waitakere City Athletics had a fantastic turn out of club members who all worked hard to earn points that went toward winning the shield.
Papatoetoe Athletics put on a fantastic day with brilliant weather.
Results for the first Waitakere Senior Hot Meet of the 2019/2020 season can be found here
Results for the 2nd Waitakere Senior Hot Meet (24/10/19) can be found here:
Results for the 3rd Waitakere Senior Hot Meet (31/10/19) can be found here:
Calling Athletics Parents! If you'd like to learn more about the techniques and skills behind athletics, these classes are a must! Everyone welcome from any club. Run by qualified Auckland and New Zealand Athletics Officials. Contact: Daniel@revell.co.nz for more information.
Waitakere Senior Athlete Aaron Booth recently won Gold in the Decathlon at the World University Games.
Read more about Aaron's journey to Gold here:
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 ...
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 ...