WHEN asked where he gets his endless energy from, Bailey Pashley laughs and answers: “I don’t know”.
THOSE involved with the Ipswich and District Athletic Club have for years prided themselves on improvement and achievement.
IPSWICH’S exciting athletics trio Cassie Purdon, Filoi Aokuso and Larissa Chambers had mixed success at the recent World Junior Championships in America.
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.
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.
TENACIOUS Ipswich athlete Darrin Norwood concedes it’s been tough giving up alcohol and junk food since New Year’s Day.
A TALENT-rich team of Ipswich and District Athletic Club competitors open their latest state campaigns in Brisbane on Friday night.
WORLD Junior Championships prospect Cassie Purdon is doing everything right.
IPSWICH athletics coach Ted Ruben says a lot about his widespread passion for the sport when he rates Lynten Johnson and Peter Norman his two role models.
IT’S fitting that dedicated Ipswich coach Bailey Pashley has the same initials as the city’s major athletics facility.
JUNIOR World Cup prospect Cassie Purdon carried her personal best, medal-winning form into open ranks at the Queensland championships.
IPSWICH and District Athletics Club competitors defied recent wet weather issues to win six medals and set six personal bests at the recent Australian Junior Track and Field Championships in Perth.
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.
AFTER a short break, solid new year training and success at a recent meeting, a powerful Ipswich and District Athletics Club contingent is ready to impress.