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Second date change now confirmed

Second date change now confirmed

Late changes to Athletics Victoria’s event dates have necessitated two amendments to the APSOC calendar. As previously announced, the Williamson 10k will now be held on Saturday 23 July. The second date change is the Brighton-by-the-Sea 9k, which will now take place on Saturday 13 August. The Calendar page has been updated to incorporate these changes.

Medals galore at Jells Park

Medals galore at Jells Park

APS United’s new look premier division team won silver in round 1 of XCR ’16, going down by just 11 seconds to Box Hill. The M40 team went one better, dominating its grade to win by 5 minutes. There were strong team results in other grades, giving APSU a great start to the AV season. Results are found behind the APSU by year or event tabs.

Calendar date changes

Calendar date changes

Due to two late changes to Athletics Victoria’s XCR dates (the Road 10k and Ekiden Relay), the Williamson has been switched to Saturday 23 July and the date of Brighton-by-the-Sea is under review. Go to the Calendar page to see a full up to date listing of all APSOC and AV events for 2016.

Old Wesley dominates Jamieson

Old Wesley dominates Jamieson

Old Wesley’s men filled six out of the top seven places, as well as providing the winning woman (Anna Kasapis) and handicap winner (Steve Knuckey), at the Jamieson 5k. Only the Old Xaverians women could break the OW stranglehold on the event by winning the women’s team competition. Follow the “Results from 2013″ link to see the full results.

2016 registrations now open

2016 registrations now open

Registrations for the upcoming 2016 winter season are now open. Please follow the instructions behind the “Register” tab. It is most important, if you have used the online registration system before, that you register as a returning athlete.

Mathews blitzes Tan

Mathews blitzes Tan

Luke Mathews showed that his running talent extends well beyond 800m on the track by running a lightning fast time of 10:55 at the AV Tan Relay. Luke led the APSU division 1 team into 4th place. The M40 team completed a fine season to win the premiership. Complete team results are behind the APSU by year or event tabs.

De Luca and Chapman go top 10

De Luca and Chapman go top 10

Mark de Luca and Xavier Chapman ran in each other’s footsteps for nearly the entire distance of the AV half marathon, with Mark finishing just ahead at the end, but both ran personal best times under 70 minutes and finished in the top 10. They led the APSU division 1 team into 5th place overall. Mark Purvis won the M55+ category. Full results are available via the results tab.

Old Xavs too strong

Old Xavs too strong

Old Xaverians have dominated this year’s Cooke-McClelland 8k, winning the division 1 race and thereby securing the teams premiership for 2015. Their women also won and Aidan Woodhouse took the sealed handicap prize. Only Caulfield Grammarians, with their first ever teams win in division 2, interrupted the OX party. Find the race results and the various season award tables via the Results tab.

OW best at benign Brighton

OW best at benign Brighton

Unusually calm conditions greeted runners at Brighton this year. Sam Doble (SK) won his first handicap, while Adam Pyke (OW) and Karen Thorp (SK) continued their domination of the fastest time categories. Old Wesley were the big winners, however, taking out the teams handicap prize. Results are behind the APSOC from 2013 tab.

Xavier on fire

Xavier on fire

No, it’s alright, no call to the fire brigade is required. It’s Xavier Chapman, who has run a superb race for APS United in the AV 16k Cross Country Championships to place 11th in a strong field. Xavier has been in great form of late. Full APSU results can be found via the APSU by year or event tabs.

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