Masters

2019 Australian Masters Athletics Championships

 

The Australian Masters Athletics Championships were held at Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne from the 26th to 29th April 2019.

A small contingent of Woden Thunder athletes attended the Championships with some great results:

W45 Long Jump – Raelene Campbell – 3rd

W45 Triple Jump – Raelene Campbell – 3rd

W45 Outdoor Pentathlon – Raelene Campbell – 3rd

M35 200m – Adam Farlow – 1st

M35 400m – Adam Farlow – 1st

M120+ 4x100m Relay – ACT “A” (Adam Farlow) – 2nd

 

Congratulations to Raelene and Adam on their fabulous results!

 

2019 World Masters Indoor Championships

 

Congratulations to Woden’s Adam Farlow and his fellow M35 team members in winning SILVER in the¬†4 x 200m Relay at the World Masters Indoor Championships in Toru, Poland,

Their time of 1:33.25 set a new Open Men’s Australian Record – a fantastic achievement!

Adam also set a new Australian Indoor 60m Masters Record with a time of 7.36.

To read about Adam’s experiences at the World Masters Indoors, please click HERE.

 

2017 World Masters Games

 

The 2017 World Masters Games were held in April in Auckland, New Zealand.

A small contingent of Woden athletes competed at the Games with some fantastic results!

 

Our Club Captain Adam Farlow was on fire with golden wins in his age division for the Men’s 100m, 200m, 400m and High Jump and a silver in the Men’s Long Jump.

Adam also anchored the Australia “A” team in the Men’s 4 x 100m Relay (U160 division) to not only win the Relay but set a new Australian record of 43.96 as well!

 

Fellow Woden athlete Jonathan Stefaniak was fourth in his age division for the Men’s 200m and sixth in the 400m.

Jonathan and Adam then teamed up as part of the Australia “A” Men’s 4 x 400m Relay (U160 division) to bring home the gold and shatter the existing Australian record with a time of 3:27.37.

 

A fabulous effort from our athletes – CONGRATULATIONS!

 

There was a great article recently in the Canberra Times about Adam and why he returned to athletics after 11 years away.

To read the article CLICK HERE.