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3k race for kids at McPhail

3k race for kids at McPhail

APSOC will be holding a children’s 3k race at 9.00am prior to the McPhail 8k on Saturday 6 June. To print out an entry form, copy and paste the link below into your browser, then click on the smaller second line which reads “Kid’s event entry form 2015″. Parents can bring the completed form with them and submit it prior to the race. http://apsoc.net.au/?attachment_id=5646  

Wonderful weather for Wise wanderers

Wonderful weather for Wise wanderers

Sublime running conditions greeted runners for this year’s Graham Wise Mini Marathons, pushing the total number of entrants in the three races close to 100. Interestingly, the half marathon was more popular than the 10k option. Performance of the day was Adam Pyke’s 15:01 in the 5k, breaking the course record by more than a minute. Results are behind the “APSOC from 2103″ tab.

Old Xavs even the score

Old Xavs even the score

The Old Xaverians had a very good day at the Williamson, winning almost everything – all three team divisions, plus the sealed handicap prize (Matthew Clarke). Only Kevin Craigie (OW) and Karen Thorp (SK), with the fastest men’s and women’s times, prevented a clean sweep of the awards by OX. OX’s division 1 win puts them level with Old Wesley at the top of the teams premiership table. Go to the “APSOC from 2013″ tab for …..Read more

Holden drives into top 10

Holden drives into top 10

Jack Holden continued his bright start to the season with a brilliant run at Lardner Park to place 10th in a strong field. APS United enjoyed further individual success with a gold medal to Tom Rickards (M45), silver medals to Rob Schwerkolt (M45) and Mark Purvis (M55) and bronze to Doug Lee (M55). Results are behind the APSU by year or event tabs.

APSOC President wins Orchard

APSOC President wins Orchard

Nick O’Neill stepped up to the microphone after the warm and windy Orchard 10k to hand out the trophies. After awarding the fastest time medallions to Adam Pyke (OW) and Karen Thorp (SK), Nick happily announced that the athlete first over the line was … himself! Full results are behind the “APSOC from 2013″ tab.

Clubs share Churchill spoils

Clubs share Churchill spoils

There were lots of winners at Churchill Park, drawn from five different clubs. 6k and 12k handicap winners were Tanja Down (OB) and Darren Rokahr (OG). Fastest times were shared between Adam Pyke (OW) and Jason Paisley (OX) for the men, and Karen Thorp (SK) and Nat Geddes (OX) for the women. There was a special Anzac Day tribute held prior to the races. Full results can be found via the “APSOC from 2013″ tab.

M40 team strikes early blow

M40 team strikes early blow

APS United has had a flying start in round 1 of the Athletics Victoria XCR ’15 series, with the team of Rob Schwerkolt, Tom Rickards and Luke Goodman winning gold in the M40 division. In division 1, APSU’s star performer was Luke Mathews, who clocked 18:46 over the challenging 6k circuit. Results are available behind the APSU by year or event tabs on the Results menu.

OW and OX dominate Jamieson

OW and OX dominate Jamieson

Last year’s premiership teams Old Wesley (open) and Old Xaverians (women) smashed their opposition in the season opener at Scotch College. In perfect weather, 209 runners tackled the new Jamieson course, including four from APSOC’s newest club, the Old Caulfield Grammarians. Sean Guiney (OH) and Lauren Morrison (OX) were the male and female winners, while Antony Van Eeten (OX) won the sealed handicap event. Results are found via the “APSOC from 2013″ link behind the …..Read more

Registration browser issues

Registration browser issues

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New venue for Hooley Relay

New venue for Hooley Relay

APSOC has announced a brand new venue for the Alan Hooley Relay on Sunday 19 July – Nortons Park in Wantirna South. The race will be held at 1.00 pm on Sunday 19 July, as the park was not available on the Saturday of that weekend.

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