2019 Club Relays
The 2019 ACT Club Relays were held at Woden Park on Saturday 9 November 2019. A cold blustery wind did not deter Woden Thunder athletes from some great performances. To top it off, our senior male and female teams showed why they are undefeated as ACT 4 x 100m Champions!
Results for Woden were:
- 1st – 2 x 100m (Towndrow/Simpson)
- 2nd – 4 x 100m (Towndrow/Nikolic/Simpson/Proudfoot)
- 1st – Swedish Relay (Towndrow/Nikolic/Simpson/Proudfoot)
- 2nd – 2 x 100m (Russell/Alley)
- 2nd – 4 x 400m (Hincksman/Owen/Alley/Proudfoot)
- 1st – 2 x 100m (Bartholomaeus/Brennan)
- 2nd – 4 x 100m (Dube/Brennan/Outram/Gordon)
- 1st – Swedish Relay (Hoogendoorn/Lukowski/Outram/Brennan)
- 1st – 2 x 100m (Brennan/Miller)
- 1st – 4 x 100m (Brennan/Miller/Owen/Wyllie)
- 1st – 2 x 100m (Farlow/Proudfoot)
- 1st – 4 x 100m (Farlow/Proudfoot/Lukowski/McNab)
Congratulations to everyone involved. We’ll see you again for the 2020 Relays!
Congratulations to all of our Woden Thunder athletes who competed in the 2018 ACT Relay Championships.
The Relay Championships this year were held on 28 January as part of the 2018 ACT Track & Field Championships at the AIS.
This was Woden’s opportunity to retain its crown as the ACT 4 x 100m Relay Champions and our athletes didn’t disappoint. Woden won three of the four 4 x 100m Relays and ran second to a NSW team in the other.
Fabulous effort everyone!
Women’s U14-U16 4 x 100m Relay
1st – Woden “A” (Abbey, Mille, Bella, Honey)
Men’s U18-U20 4 x 100m Relay
1st – Woden “A” (Tom, Daniel, Chandler, James)
Women’s U18-U20 4 x 100m Relay
2nd – Woden “A” (Erin, Hanna, Riley, Grace)
Men ‘s Open 4 x 100m Relay
1st – Woden “A” (Ollie, Hamish, Angus, Erek)
2017 Relay Carnival
Woden athletes were again successful at their home track in the 2017 Little Athletics ACT/Athletics ACT Relay Carnival held on the 16th of December.
In the 4 x 100m Relay, our men’s teams took first and third whilst our women’s team was the first ladies team to cross the line.
The Woden ‘A’ Men’s Team (Krajna, White, Lukowski, Goodin) was victorious in a time of 44.16s ahead of the Ginninderra ‘A’ Men (44.72s), with the Woden ‘B’ Men’s Team (Adiyema, Leydon, Kinsella, Robb) finishing third in 45.13s.
The Woden Women’s Team (Warner, Nicholson, Lukowski, Brennan) was a clear winner in 48.35s ahead of the Ginninderra Ladies team in 50.72s.
Way to go Woden!