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Australian 800m record holder Rowe for Annual Dinner

Australian 800m record holder Rowe for Annual Dinner

APSOC is pleased to announce that the newest sensation in Australian athletics, national 800m co-record holder Alex Rowe, along with his coach Justin Rinaldi, will be attending this year’s Annual Dinner on 23 August to take part in a special Q and A session. Hear all about Alex’s magnificent run in Monaco and his subsequent ill-fated Commonwealth Games campaign. Learn how Justin has taken Alex into the stratosphere of 800m running. Tickets are only $50 …..Read more

Bayley smashes record

Bayley smashes record

Matt Bayley (OH) dominated the half marathon at Westerfolds Park to set a new course standard and record what is likely to be the greatest winning margin in an APSOC race (13 minutes). Tom Rickards (OW) was another clear winner in the 10k. Sarah Lund (OH) ran impressively in the 5k. Go to the APSOC from 2013 tab for the full results.

Freakish back to back Old Carey wins

Freakish back to back Old Carey wins

The Brighton-by-the-Sea teams race is a handicapped event, which suggests that there should be a high degree of unpredictability in the outcome. Old Carey won its second title in a row, but in a truly remarkable result, its team was made up of the same four runners who won last year! This time, David Tyler was first across the line. His winning team mates were again Peter Pang, Mark Westcott and Matt Poulton. Matt Bayley …..Read more

Tough at the top

Tough at the top

APS United fielded a talented young team in the Sandown Road Relay, but despite improving 9 minutes on last year’s time, had to be content with 7th place in a very strong division 1 competition. With young guns like Matt Bayley, Jack Holden (pictured left), Mark De Luca, Dan Young and under 16 runner Paris Street, however, the future looks bright for APSU. A bronze medal to the under 16 team was another pointer to …..Read more

Old Wesley wins thriller

Old Wesley wins thriller

For the second year in a row, the Hooley Relay produced a great contest, with Old Wesley winning narrowly from Old Xaverians to maintain its lead in the open division 1 premiership race. OX welcomed back Olympian David McNeill, who set a new men’s course record. The OX women’s team won again, but Anna Kasapis (OW) had the fastest individual women’s time. Look for the results behind the “APSOC from 2013″ tab.

Old Geelong Collegians back in town

Old Geelong Collegians back in town

After a somewhat lean period for their club, it was good to see plenty of OGC green singlets out on the Yarra path for the Lodge 16/8k Handicaps, with Emma Somerville winning the 8k handicap event. There were too many winners across the two events to list them all here, but you’ll find the full results behind the APSOC from 2013 tab.

Oh so close gold medal misses

Oh so close gold medal misses

APS United athletes continued their run of medal successes in round 4 of the XCR ’14 series at Bundoora Park, but had to be content with minor placings. Luke Goodman (M45), Heather Danks (W45) and Margaret Fitzgerald (W50) all won silver medals in their respective age divisions, while Doug Lee (M55) and Geoff Holden (M60) won bronze. APSU’s M40 squad (Gasson, Tremayne, Goodman) had our most successful teams result, finishing second despite missing several of …..Read more

Caulfield Grammarians make history

Caulfield Grammarians make history

Ten Old Caulfield Grammarians ran by invitation at Haileybury yesterday as the first step towards the admission of their club as the eleventh and final affiliate member of APSOC. This was a particularly impressive first up effort, as it meant that the Caulfield Grammarians fielded more runners than seven of our established clubs! The unusually early starting time for this year’s event affected the size of the field, with all clubs bar Old Xaverians being unable …..Read more

Club Championships and Athlete of the Year awards 2014

Club Championships and Athlete of the Year awards 2014 {0}

You can find out how your club is faring in the APSOC Club Championships and see who is doing well in the various Athlete of the Year categories by following the links Results-Awards-Club Championships 2014 and Results-Awards-Athlete of the Year 2014.

Bayley brilliant at balmy Brimbank

Bayley brilliant at balmy Brimbank

Matt Bayley led the APSU charge at Brimbank Park by finishing in a creditable 5th place in the men’s 16k. Paul Wilson made it back to back wins in the M45+ age group. 25 APSU runners took advantage of the benign conditions. Results are behind the APS United by year and event tabs. Facebook pictures are at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.805507699460650&type=1

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