Amy Smith
About a year after the birth of my third son, I started sprint training again.  Having played high level Netball for many years this was the first time I had ran since my High School days. My biggest achievement so far has been winning my first Australian Title in the W35-39 100m and the 4
Richard Wood
I have always had a love of running. As a teenager I ran for my school Newington College in the GPS competition and after school for The Western suburbs Athletics Club on the Cinders track at E S Marks Field. My distances were 100 200 and 400m. After a 40 year absence, having been a busy
Katie Williams
Katie is the freshest face in Australian health and fitness, an athlete, dedicated to her training and professionalism. One of the country’s leading beach sprinters and flaggers, Katie has won 6 gold medals at the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships and has successfully made the transition from an outstanding junior athlete to senior ranks.  Her biggest
Marge Allison
Marge has been an outstanding competitor in Masters athletics for over thirty years.  In that time she has competed in nearly every event from the sprints to 800m, long and short hurdles, long and high jump, relays, multi-events and a marathon. In all these events Marge has set numerous records at World, Oceania, National and State levels.  Following
Dean Taylor
Dean has competed in masters athletics for about ten years after three decades of playing and coaching rugby. Through this time he has found his favourite events to be 200m sprint and 400m hurdles. Now he is also looking to improve in the 100m hurdles and long jump. This year his goal is to compete
Michael Bishop
Although a sprinter at high school, Michael spent 30 years training and competing in various martial arts before finding sprinting again at the age of 43.  His passion re-ignited, Michael has been an active and committed competitor ever since and will be competing at the World Masters Athletics Championships this year. Michael loves the training
Todd Delaney
Todd only started training on the track in early 2015 so that he could support his wife,  Janelle, in her preparation for the 2015 World Championship. He has now been bitten by the track bug and is competing himself – finishing a very creditable 4th and 6th in the 400m and 200m at his first Masters
Janelle Delaney
Janelle first competed in athletics as a 7 year old at Ku-ring-gai Little Athletics. She had a successful high school career winning several national 400m titles. She also won a NSW Open 400m title. After starting a family, she returned to the track in 2011 as a Masters athlete and reconnected with Peter Crombie who
Amanda Coombe
Born with 5% sight in her left eye and a never say die attitude, Amanda never let negative predictions get in the way of achieving her personal best. Amanda first competed in Masters competition in 1997, in middle distance events and has won several National and Masters Games titles over 800m. Having 39 years of
Peter Crombie
Peter first competed in Masters competition in 1980, initially in multiple events but over a period transitioned to become a world class sprinter. In his first world championships in 1987 in Melbourne he emerged with 3 gold medals. Since then he has gone on to win more medals in World Championships than any other male