Welcome To Masters Athletics W.A.

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Upcoming Events

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The object of our club is to encourage and promote Masters Athletics, general fitness, and to provide opportunities for training and competition.

To see what Masters Athletics WA (MAWA) offers, head over to the about us page.

Over 30? Why not join us?

Membership is open to men and women 30 years of age and over.

Monday Training Reminder

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MAWA has booked the ECAC track, Wharf Street Cannington, each Monday between 8 and 9am for training. All MAWA members welcome. Cost is $5 payable to Barbara on the day.

Look forward to seeing you there.

MAWA State Records

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With immediate effect, electronic timing will be required for all MAWA record claims 800m and below.

This bring us into line with WMA and AMA requirements.

Electronic times are always available at AW meetings at WAAS, and at MAWA summer meetings at ECAC. It may be possible for us to offer electronic timing outside of these specified venues. Please speak to Richard Blurton or Gillian Young.

Sunday photos

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Vic’s photos from the Beautiful Bibra Lake Run can be found in the “Photo Gallery” under the “Road” menu and Graeme’s photos as always can be viewed at the following link:

Graeme Dahl’s Flickr Album

Thanks to our wonderful photographers and thanks to Gail for the great weather and all the volunteers!


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We have agreed with Athletics West that the State Multi-event Championships 30/31 January will incorporate Masters heptathlon and decathlon. These will be Masters State Championship events.

These are tough events and MAWA members may be reluctant to try them out. However if you do want to give it a go, Oliver Berry and our other multi-eventers will be around to provide help and guidance.

There is also a multi-event weekend at WAAS 21/22 November.

AGM Minutes

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The AGM minutes have now been uploaded to the website for viewing – see under “Our Club”- “About Us” or click link below:

2020 AGM Minutes

Patron’s Trophy discus, ECAC 22 October

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This will start promptly at 6pm so that we an get through this discus competition, plus the regular discus, while there is still enough light.

October vetrun now available

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New vetrun is now available. Head to the Magazines Tab on the website to download the High or Low Res version.

AGM Report

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Thanks everyone for a fantastic turn out of 84 members at our AGM on Sunday!

Special thanks to our wonderful morning tea helpers – it was a magnificent spread!

Graeme’s great photos from the Claypit Circuit can be viewed at:

Graeme Dahl’s Flickr Album

Your newly elected Committee for 2020-2021 follows:

President: Richard Blurton

Vice-President: Silke Peglow

Secretary: Gillian Young

Treasurer: Gary Fisher

Committee Members:

Mark Howard

Pam Thonell

Rochelle Airey

John Fisher

The outgoing committee was thanked and a warm welcome given to new members of the committee!

Your new committee contact details will be posted on the website under “Our Club”-“About Us” and AGM Minutes will also be posted shortly.

Trophies presented:

John Gilmour Trophy for Athlete of the Year: Paul Jeffery

Achievement Award for most improved – Sunday runs: Michael Pascoe

Achievement Award for most improved Track & Field: John Fettus

President’s Pin for outstanding helper: Margaret Bennett

Life Membership awards:

Paul Hughes

Jim Langford

Congratulations all!

Barbara Blurton World Record

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Congratulations to Barbara on setting a W70 pending World Record at ECAC last night. She ran 72.76s against the old mark of 73.97s

Wireless Hill Views

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See the great photos from Wireless Hill run in the “Photo Gallery” under the “Road” menu – thanks to Vic Waters.

Graeme Dahl’s photos from the event can also be found at:

Graeme Dahl’s Flickr Album