Athletics is run mainly in Summer when it is really hot. This means a few things for both parents and athletes to remember – keep drinking water. Continue reading The importance of Hydration
This week is week 1 of our annual club championships. Athletes compete in their ages for points, should good luck to all. It’s also going to be very hot so bring plenty of water and any help with setup and pack down is greatly appreciated by all… Continue reading Week 1 of championships and it will be HOT
This week we get back to some of our club specific events. the Redback Gift is a fun 100m handicap race for all ages. This week, all the athletes try to run their best times to get a handicap for the race. the fastest runners in each age group then selected to run in one final – which is a very close finish. Continue reading 26 November: Redback Gift
This week, we return to Chapman for what looks like a warm day of the normal schedule. Please remember to Slip, Slop, Slap as a few of us have remembered that sunburn is just around the corner. Also remember to bring a water bottle, and fill up at the water station near the canteen.
The schedule is below,
With the hot weather now upon us, always remember to Slip, Slop & Slap.
Continue reading Slip, Slop, Slap
The Redbacks value the safety of our club members above all else. This includes children, parents, and visitors to our club. Continue reading Children’s Safety
The weather today means we can run, but possibly with a limited program for everyone. Continue reading 22 October: It’s on
Parents and relatives attending ACTLAA sanctioned activities, which may include weekly competition at Centres/Clubs, Carnivals or coaching and education clinics or like activities, are to adhere to the following codes of behaviour: Continue reading Parent’s Code of Behaviour