Very important, can everyone get in their strong individual events for State Champs 6-7 Feb ASAP, this can be used as qualifiers. Also we have our first professional sprinter from the club who will be competing in the Brisbane Classic Grand Prix on 6 Feb, this is an invitation event which usually is televised after state champs on Sat, if we could get as many club members to support our Sprinter Yarnell Fisher in his first big pro meet with the big lads from all around Australia it would be greatly appreciated.
This is a very big event for Thompson Estate as it is an opportunity for all athletes and their families to shine and compete well in the way we band together.
These are STATE Champs for everyone who wishes to compete in U14 & U18 divisions.
We submitted 9 teams into the relay state championships this weekend 23-24 Jan, 6 teams brought medals home out of 9 over the 2 day event, against some tough competition. Well done folks, this was an awesome outcome with at 70% statistic ratio of performances.
Qld State Multi Events were also on at the same time for U14-Opens.
3 Athletes were nominated forward:
Aliayah Johnston 1st U14 Heptathlon, 90mh,HJ,SP,200m,LJ,Jav,800m
Katherine Stevens 2nd U18 Heptathlon, 100mh,HJ,SP,200m,LJ,Jav,800m
Demi McGrae 4th U18 Heptathlon, 100mh,HJ,SP,200m,LJ,Jav,800m
Please congratulate these athletes and relay athletes for their great efforts put forward and great sportsman like teamship representing TEES.
This year is a big year for everyone listed below are some of the upcoming events, please be sure to get your nominations early for them.
QLAA State Champs - Townsville
Nth Games -Cairns
Australia Cup-by invitation only-Canberra
U14 &U18 State Champs-Brisbane
Australian Nationals Multi Events - Hobart
U16 & U20 State Champs-Brisbane
UQ 'Top 10 & Super 6' Team Challenge
Australian Junior Championships (U14-U20) -Sydney
Queensland Track & Field Championships (Open/U23)
Down Under-Gold Coast
GET READY – GET SET – GET ACCREDITED IN 2010!
Last Updated on Monday, 14 December 2009 20:39
Athletics Australia is excited to announce the introduction of its new coaching accreditation procedures for 2010 for coaches at all levels.
Together Athletics Australia, its state member associations (MA’s) and the ATFCA are determined to recognise only Accredited Athletics Coaches.
From 1 January 2010, all coaches will be required to register with the sport’s governing body, Athletics Australia. For the coach who chooses to be a member of the ATFCA, registration with Athletics Australia will be completed as part of the normal ATFCA membership process.
All accredited coaches will receive an Accredited Athletics Coach (AAC) card, current for 12 months from the date of registration. The AAC card will be verification for all currently accredited coaches in the sport of athletics.
Through clubs, schools, centres and all other networks, Athletics Australia, the state MA’s and the ATFCA strongly encourage all in the athletics community to support and employ only the services of coaches who hold a current Accredited Athletics Coach card. The process for accreditation from 1 January 2010, provides the COACH with CHOICE.
Read the full article here.
HIGH PERFORMANCE COACHING COMING SOON
Last Updated on Monday, 14 December 2009 20:36As part of TEES continued growth, and planning for 2010. We're are bringing in a high performance coach to help our senior athletes transition to higher standard of international competition. Areas this will cover are Hurdles & Sprints. This level of coaching will be offered to athletes who have maintained State and National Performances in the club. Athletes attending this level of coaching are subject to performance based criteria of State & National level performances from the All School competitions and the Australian Athletics National Standard Guide for 2009/2010 season. Any athlete can be subjected to this opportunity providing they maintain the required commitment and performance base at any QA meet provided in QLD.
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