Club Runs and Walks for July
Slowly, slowly getting back to normal, activities for the month of July, including Athletics Otago events.more
2020 Race Results
2020 Results : Virtual Ted Brown McStay and Walkers 1500m . Virtual VP5k Runners, Walker and Colts. The real thing 2020 Brighton to Green Islandmore
Cavy Chat May - June 2020
Cavy Chat : May June 2020 : Our coming out of " lock down " runs and walks : Catch up Chats with Audrey Phelan and Tony Payne : Wrap up of the Summer Track and Field including Trophy winners.more
At the 115th AGM, the election of officers saw many reappointments and a number of new appointments including Stu McCormack as senior vice president, Alison Newall and Neville Shanks as club captains and Alistair McAlevey as deputy club captain, Ben Pigou and Alistair McAlevey as ordinary committee members
To view the "updated " 2020 Club Syllabus ( Subject to Change )
What better way to remember the " year that was " than through the lens of our club paparazzies Visit the Website Gallery over 100 photos of " 2019 Year in Pictures ".
For any enquiries about our club
LATEST WEEKEND NEWS
Last Saturday a well attended Club Run and Walk was held from the Club Rooms Middleton Road in fine mild weather. Among those present was former member Lauren Parker who has returned to Dunedin after several years away. The Fast Runners were led by Leon Miyahara who took an eight strong group down to Kaikorai Valley then along to Stuart Street and past Otago Boys High School through the upper part of the City. The distance covered was 14k. The Medium Runners led by Alistair McAlevey headed down through Kew and then on to South Road past the Southern Cemetery before heading up Maitland Street and on to Neidpath and Glen Road . Their run covered 11k and the group including some new Runners stayed together well throughout. Neville Shanks took a Dozen Runners up to Mornington along Mitchell Avenue and Forfar Street and then back over to Lookout Point. Paula Cotter and Lauren Parker went particularly well while the whole group were good to lead and look after. A Photo Shoot was included along the way. Keiran Columb led the Faster of the three Walking groups down Green Island Bush Road with their route covering Green Island,Concord and Lookout Point. All nine members lasted the journey well. Anne Watkins led the Medium Walkers up Mornington Road followed by an interesting tour of the Mornington area heading back past the Balaclava School. Gillian Wong led the remaining group of 8 Walkers on a "mystery" tour of the Corstorphine area including a look at Corstorphine House the site of the first Caversham Club Run in 1905. There were a number of little known pathways and steps discovered to heighten peoples interest along the way. Thanks to Gillian who organized everything well as a first time group leader.
Congratulations to Monsignor John Harrison and Claire Giles on their Life Membership Awards at the recent Annual General Meeting.
Top of Middleton Road, next to the Middleton Road Food Centre Corstorphine Dunedin