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Here's a sneak peak at Labby and Abby from B105 training with Annette Rice and a few of her high jump athletes during the week. Keep a look out for the video next week to see them in action.

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Lisa Zimmer (athlete from Germany who trained with Annette Rice for several months) and our man Gaagaa Chol in Barcelona, Germany.

 

 

 

 

Message from the President
Welcome to all our new members who have joined us this season.  To our past members who have re-signed, thanks for coming back to the QEII Track Club.

Currently the Track and Field season is drawing to a close with the Olympic trials enticing some of our senior members to be part of the Australian Team headed for London.

A new Committee will be elected at our AGM in May with all members keen to contribute towards increasing our Club’s profile.  Our profile is already ‘out there’ though, thanks mainly to our quality coaching staff.

Probably the most important change for our Club this season is that we about to adopt a three year Strategic Plan which will be launched at our Trophy Evening in May.  Much planning has gone into how our Club will best function and I am looking forward to its operation.

May I also say many thanks to Craig Burns who has been working on the launching of this new Club Website.

Barry Flowers

 

Welcome to the new QEII Track Club Inc. website.
The club caters for all aspects of Track and Field athletics coaching, training and competition. The club trains at the Qld Sport and Athletics Centre (QSAC), Kessels Road, Nathan, Brisbane (formerly known as the QEII stadium). More information about us can be obtained by clicking on the CONTACT tab above or clicking here.

For all the latest news, photos, facebook action, information, media releases and newsletters please click on the NEWS tab above or click here.


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Have you ever thought about joining a senior track club?

Concerned that you might be too inexperienced or perhaps too young or that it's just all too serious?

The athletes, coaches and supporters of the QEII Track Club are just like you. They like their athletics, they are tying to become a little better at their sport and they would like to train and compete with others who share the same passion you have for athletics. So if you are interested in making the move to a senior club then please call one of our committee or coaches listed on the Contact page.

The QEII Track Club also hosts regular training clinics for young athletes who compete in Queensland Little Athletic Association (QLAA) Centres within the local area. These days (see News page for details of next clinic) are facilitated by club athletes who once were QLAA athletes themselves.

The Club also hosts regular open days where every one is invited to come and train and meet the Athletes, Coaches and Supporters of the club and of course enjoy the traditional sausage sizzle.

So if you like Athletes and were wondering which club to join come along to one of our clinics or call one of our committee or coaches listed on the Contact page.