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WRAP UP: #London2017 & #Bahamas2017

WRAP UP: #London2017 & #Bahamas2017

Six WA athletes light up the World Para Athletics Championships & Commonwealth Youth Games

The last two weeks have seen Australia take on the world at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships and Commonwealth Youth Games. WA’s top para athletes took London by storm, while in the Bahamas Sean Szalek and Melany Smart faced off against the best junior athletes in the Commonwealth.

Monday, 24 July 2017/Author: David Smith/Number of views (1911)/Comments (0)/
Madison De Rozario is ready for London and beyond

Madison De Rozario is ready for London and beyond

Madison de Rozario is a champion on and off the track.

Madison de Rozario is a champion. The defending T53 800m World Champion is a seven time Australian representative and a triumphant voice for Para Athletes across Australia. The charismatic 23 year old is no longer shying away from the challenges she faces on and off the track.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017/Author: David Smith/Number of views (2265)/Comments (0)/
Athlete Update

Athlete Update

WA's junior athletes set to conquer Fiji, China & Poland Athletics.

Over the next three weeks WA’s junior athletes are set to take on the world's best. Competing across the globe, WA's junior athletes are a part of three teams set to compete in Fiji, China and Poland. 

Wednesday, 6 July 2016/Author: David Smith/Number of views (3294)/Comments (0)/
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2016 Shanghai Friendship Games

2016 Shanghai Friendship Games

13 WA Athletes set to test themselves in Shanghai in July!

On July 8th, thirteen of WA’s best junior track and field athletes will travel to Shanghai, China for the 2016 Friendship Games. While there they will take part in a week of training, competition and cultural activities. 


Tuesday, 21 June 2016/Author: waadmin/Number of views (2998)/Comments (0)/
2015 Australian All Schools Preview

2015 Australian All Schools Preview

118 WA athletes set to compete in Melbourne!

Tomorrow will see over 1,100 Australian junior athletes descend on Melbourne's Lakeside Stadium for the 2015 Australian All School Championships. #TeamWA2015 is set to capitalise on a powerhouse performance from earlier in the year at the Australian Junior Championship and challenge for the All School’s Small State trophy. 

Thursday, 3 December 2015/Author: waadmin/Number of views (3016)/Comments (0)/
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