Athletes in the making

Recreation. Circular Head Little Athletics is starting off the new season with a ‘Come and Try Day’, welcoming new members and volunteers. From 9am on Saturday, Tasmania’s future athletic stars can register for the 2015/16 season and try out some of the 14 events on offer. With 21 Little Athletics clubs across the state, Circular …

3 years ago

Jack’s national success

Athletics. He had enough reasons to perform poorly, but nothing was going to stop Jack Colgrave from giving it his all at the 2015 Asics Australian Little Athletics Championships on Monday. The day would prove tough both mentally and physically, but the former Forest boy would finish in sixth place overall in the Boys U15 Outdoor Pentathlon …

3 years ago

State medals, PBs

Athletics. Medals were won and personal bests attained when seven Circular Head Little Athletics Centre members travelled to Hobart for the State Individual Championships at the weekend. Malachi Sheehan (U8), Liam Corrigan (U9), Jacob Furphy (U9), Jasmine Wigg (U9), Mia Roberston (U10), Charli Kay (U11) and Imogen Wigg (U13) proved themselves throughout the season, each qualifying …

4 years ago
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A running start

Opening. Following the seasonal six-month break, Circular Head Little Athletics is kicking off the 2014/15 season with a free coaching clinic this weekend. Children aged five to 15 and their parents are invited to the ‘come and try’ event, aimed at refining track and field techniques with help from Hobart-based Little Athletics Tasmania development officer …

4 years ago

Big effort for little athletes

CHLAC. In two weekends of little athletics championships, Circular Head’s youngest athletes beat a whopping 159 personal bests. When the Circular Head Little Athletics Centre commenced its first meets for the season in October last year, most children were racing against their peers. However, their attention quickly turned to bettering themselves. The centre’s records and …

5 years ago

Young athletes welcome

Athletics. Circular Head Little Athletics Club’s season starts soon, and a new committee has taken on the task of steering the region’s youngest track-and-field athletes. The committee is made up of president Colin Wigg, vice president Aaron Robertson, treasurer Barbara Joyce, secretary Janelle Willie and promotional officer Tash Corrigan. The club offers the usual track …

5 years ago
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