Bob Davidson joined Weston Creek Little Athletics Centre in 1992 when he relocated his family from the Central Coast of New South Wales. Bob quickly engaged himself in the activities of the club and nominated for the role of Vice-President. Bob also held the position of Track and Field Coordinator concurrently whilst Vice-President and later as the Centre President. As President, Bob presided over a number of new initiatives, including the introduction of club captains and the re-introduction of the Redback spider mascot which coincided with the Centre’s 20th anniversary celebrations. Also that year, Bob presided over the inaugural Redback Gift and Spiderback handicap races. Bob was also the brain-child of the Triangular Challenge between Weston Creek, Woden and Tuggeranong. The Triangular Challenge was previously held over three weekends, with each centre hosting a program of events. The overall champion club was awarded the Triangular Challenge Trophy. Bob also coached middle distance runners at the club ad was a recipient of the inaugural Karen Green Trophy (which was presented to the entire Davidson family). Bob’s contributions to Weston Creek were highly meritorious and it is fitting that he has been honoured with Life Membership.