April is set to be another action packed month. Athletes competing in sports set to make their Olympic debut will begin their road to Tokyo 2020 while others have their focus on making Aussie teams for 2017 World Championships.
Ella Nelson is one step closer to a start at the IAAF World Championships after a strong win in the women’s 200m to qualify for London 2017 on a blustery day at the 2017 SUMMERofATHS Grand Prix.
Lauren Wells and Morgan Mitchell shone on track at day one of the SUMMERofATHS Grand Prix in Canberra, with the duo clocking times quicker than that qualifying standard for the IAAF World Championships in the women’s 400m hurdles and women’s 400m respectively.
There’s no place like Canberra (ACT) for athletics fans this weekend, as 41 Rio 2016 Olympians and Paralympians get set to join 11 starters from Nitro Athletics Melbourne for the much-anticipated 2017 SUMMERofATHS Grand Prix.
February 2017 was a history-making month for Australian athletes around the globe. Winter athletes cemented their place on the international stage, records were broken, medals were won and world class events debut on Australian soil.
It has been a bumper start to the year for Australian athletes and whether it’s on the pitch, in the snow, or on the track, the action is not letting up. Here are five burning questions that will be answered in the month of March.
Australia’s charge toward London 2017 stepped up today, with national race walk champions Dane Bird-Smith (Qld) and Regan Lamble (Vic) among four initial selections for the IAAF World Championships in August.