LOCKYER District Athletics Club members have been receiving some variety in their preparations for major state and national events coming up.
WHEN asked where he gets his endless energy from, Bailey Pashley laughs and answers: “I don’t know”.
IPSWICH and District Athletic Club high jumper Cassie Purdon returns home this week rated top five in the world.
THREE Ipswich-coached athletes have shown their dedication and ability by qualifying for the World Junior Championships in America next month.
A HOMETOWN send-off is being planned to recognise and encourage three of the region’s leading athletes contesting the Junior World Championships.
ASHLEE Stieler contested the Australian championships hoping for a top-five finish.
THE first thought Ipswich and District Athletic Club president Bailey Pashley had was how many clubs in Australia could match our region’s latest achievement.
THREE of the Ipswich region’s most promising athletes are anxiously waiting to see if they are named in the Australian team for the Junior World Championships.
WORLD Junior Championships prospect Cassie Purdon is doing everything right.
RISING Ipswich teenager Carley Stieler defied the heat and a pressure-cooker jump-off to win her first national title in Townsville.
AS a retired teacher, Peter Lawler OAM knows how to share information. However, he offered a lot more during his first visit to Ipswich over the weekend.
HIGHLY-respected national coach Peter Lawler OAM is planning a weekend of practical and strength and conditioning sessions in Ipswich.
IT’S fitting that dedicated Ipswich coach Bailey Pashley has the same initials as the city’s major athletics facility.
IPSWICH and District Athletic Club hurdler Josh Stockill returns home on Monday with two international medals.
TRAVELLING 55 minutes each way, four times a week is proof enough Josh Stockill is a dedicated athlete.
THE annual Ipswich Mile Gift and support foot races at Bundamba were another huge success.
IPSWICH and District Athletic Club officials are considering adding a women’s gift event to the successful three-race program that’s run the past eight years.
IT IS exciting times ahead for Ipswich and District Athletics Club as a record number of competitors prepared for the Australian Junior Championships in Perth.
OF all the regional sports with fine junior nurseries, athletics must rate up with the best.