Saturday, January 13, will see Wollongong hosting the Annual Track Classic.
An initiative of The Illawarra Blue Stars Club and sponsored by Bing Lee and the Kings Sports Store, this event will feature the open men's and women's mile for which the first prize is a Bing Lee voucher for $200 plus $100 cash.
Second prize is $200 cash and third prize is $100 cash.
Kings Sports Store is sponsoring the open men's and women's 60 metre sprint events with $300 cash for first, $200 for second and $100 for third.
Also featuring are 100m, 400m, 3 kilometres, long jump, shot put and hammer events.
There are Little Athletics events. U8 60m, U10 and U12 60m and 100m. There are also events for Masters.
Online entries close at 9am on Thursday, January 11, however entries can be taken on the day if vacancies exist in races, but the cost also rises to $35.
Online entries close at 9am on Thursday, January 11, however entries can be taken on the day.
Online entry can be made via the ANSW website. Just follow the Illawarra Track Classic links.
Results for the Albie Thomas Memorial meet at Bankstown before Christmas saw Rosie Tozer in the women's high jump 1.6m start earn a 4th place with 1.60m.
In a separate event with a 1.2m start she placed second with 1.65m.
In the Treloar Shield round 7 results, Suzie Seitaridis placed 4th in the women's 400m hurdles at 76.2cm height with a time of 68.11 sec.
Jett Link placed 2nd in the men's 200m hurdles at 76.2cm high with 30.68 sec and Tierney Dunne placed 4th in the open women's 100m with 12.36 sec.
James Gorehan finished 1st in the men's pole vault with 3.60m, Montse Ros 5th in the women's pole vault at 2.50m and Genevieve Vickers in the same event, 2nd with 3.0m.
Entries for the NSW Country Championships to be held in Wollongong on the Australia Day long weekend close at 9am on January 20.
Athletes in the under 9,10 and 11 categories wear their Little A uniforms. Dual registered and seniors wear their ANSW club uniform.
For those who may be going to the Oceanic Masters Athletics Championship in New Zealand, which overlap the country championships from January 20-27, entries are now available online and the events program has just been released.
A huge big thank you from our club to all those generous people who helped in setting up, organising, packing up and generally working on our very successful Bunnings barbecue on Saturday, January 6.
Thanks also go to Bunnings itself as they are very accommodating and helpful and to those in the media both online and otherwise who helped with advertising.
Not only do these funds help provide equipment but they also provide assistance to talented representative athletes with some of their competition expenses.