The Shield season is the interclub competition for the summer. Our excellent team spirit has helped us do well in the interclub competition AV Shield:
ANW Champions 2023 Aus Champions: - Open Women: Long Jump: Brooke Buschkuehl - W15: Javelin and Pentathlon: Maddie Tarabay - M16: Pole Vault: Cooper Bertram - M18: 4x400m: Jordan Gilbert Vic Champions: - Open Men: 5000m Walk: Kyle Swan - W18: Discus: Elise Keeghan - M20: Long Jump: Joshua Young - W15: Maddie Tarabay: 400m, Discus, Javelin, Long Jump, Shot Put - M17: Lachlan McGowan: Hammer - M16: Cooper Bertram: Pole Vault - WP15: Zoe Schultz: 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, Long Jump ANW Champions 2022 Aus Champions: - Open Men: 10,000Walk: Kyle Swan Vic Champions: - W60+ 20km Road Walk Champion: Carolyn Rosenbrock - Open Men: 15km Road Walk: Kyle Swan - W50+: 10km Road Walk: Carolyn Rosenbrock - M50: Hammer: Andrew May 43.86m - WM35: Jessica Dux : 60m, 100m, 200m, Discus, Javelin, Shot Put - WM60: 3000m Walk: Carolyn Rosenbrock - W18: Elise Keeghan: Shot Put - W18: Elise Keeghan: Discus - W18: Pole Vault: Aranya Manchanayake - W16: 200m Hurdles: Gemma Leung - W14: Maddie Tarabay: Shot Put - W14: Maddie Tarabay: 400m - W14: Maddie Tarabay: Javelin - W14: Maddie Tarabay: Discus - W14: Discus: Maddie Tarabay - M15: Johannes Thokchom: Shot Put - M14: Oscar Wright: 800m - M14: Oscar Wright: 1500m 2022 World Championships Oregon Brooke Buschkuehl (Stratton): Long Jump Kyle Swan : 20km Race Walk 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham Brooke uschkuehl: Long Jump - Silver Medal Kyle Swan : 10,000m Race Walk - 6th 2021 Olympian Games Tokyo Brooke Stratton: Long Jump Kyle Swan : 20km Race Walk ANW Champions 2021 Aus Champions: - WOP: Brooke Stratton Long Jump - Olympic Quailfier and Aus Champs record - W15: Gemma Leung 200mH - W14: Chloe Johnstone 400m Vic T&F Championships: - W17: Elise Keeghan: Discus - W17: Aranya Manchanayake: Pole Vault - W15: Gemma Leung: 200mH - W15: Gemma Leung: 90mH - W14: Chloe Johnstone: 400m - W14: Chloe Johnstone: 800m - MOP: Nathan Deslandes: Long Jump - MAMB: Liam Kendrick: 100m - MAMB: Liam Kendrick: 200m - M18: Joshua Young: Long Jump Victorian Open Heptathlon: Natalie Laurie VMA 35-39 Heptathlon: Jessica Dux Victorian W50+ 10km: Carolyn Rosenbrock ANW Champions 2020 Victorian Championships Aranya Manchanayake (U16)- Pole Vault Gemma Leung (U14)- 200m Hurdles David Brock (Open)- 110m Hurdles Liam Kernick (U20)- 100m Liam Kernick (U20)- 200m Liam Tully (U20)- High Jump ANW Champions 2019 IAAF World Racewalking Challenge - Suzhou, China - Kyle Swan World Championships - DOHA - Brooke Stratton RWA Lake Burley Griffin Carnival 15km - Kyle Swan AV Shield - ANW Womens Under 18 AV Multi Event Mens Open - David Thompson AV State Championships - Open Women: Long Jump: Brooke Stratton - U15 Men 2000mSteeple: Matthew Venour - U15 3000m: Matthew Venour - U18 (Para) 200m: Liam Kendrick (WJ) - BU18: 4x400m: (Sami Lutui, Angus Reddy, James Reddy, Jakeb Pearson) Commonwealth Games 2018 Gold Coast Brooke Stratton - Long Jump - Silver Medal World U20 2018 Tempere, Finland
White Zone Finals
2nd - Div 2 (Format change)
1st - ANW Div 2 (Format change)
1st Womens U18 2nd Womens Open 1 3rd Mens Open Div 1
1st - Womens Open Div 1 1st - Mens Open Div 1 1st - Womens U18
1st - Womens Open Div 1 2nd - Mens Open Div 1
1st - Womens Open Div 1 1st - Mens Open Div 1 3rd - Mens Under 16 5th - Mens U14 3rd - Womens Under 18 3rd - Womens Under 16 4th - Mens Under 18
3rd - Mens Open Div 1 6th - Women Open Div 1
1st - Womens Open Div 1 1st - Mens Open Div 1 3rd - Mens Under 18 3rd - Mens Under 16 3rd - Womens Under 18 3rd - Womens Under 16
5th - Women Open Div 1 5th - Mens Open Div 1
1st - Womens Open Div 1 2nd - Mens Open Div 1
3rd - Mens Open Div 1 4th - Womens Open Div 1 7th - Mens Under 16
1st - Mens Open Div 1 1st - Womens Open Div 1 2nd - Mens Under 16 3rd - Mens Under 18 3rd - Womens U16 5th - Womens U18
1st - Mens Open Div 2 1st - Mens U20 4th - Women Open Div 1 6th - Womens U18
1st - Mens Open Div 2 1st - Mens U20 1st - Womens U18 2nd - Womens Open Div 1 3rd - Mens U16 4th - Womens U18
Some You Tube videos from Athletics Victoria - Chris, Brittany and Katarina in 2012, Hana in 2014
Vic Track Relay Championships 25 Nov 2012
ANW Womens U18 team smashes Victoria 4x100m State Record!!!!!!
They broke the Victorian Clubs Records for U18, U19 and U20 set by Box Hill in 1999.
Super fast time of 48.16s by Gracie, Katarina, Brittany and Hana.
In the Heats, they smashed our U18 ANW record of 49.30s set way back in December
1983 in the Victorian Championship with 48.68s, easing up!!! and along the way took
out our U19 and U20 records set in 1982!!! To make a trifecta, in the Final they
also took out our Womans Open record of 48.3s set even further back in 1975!!! Fantastic
achievement and they were the second fastest Womens Relay Team on the day with only
the Womens Open winners just 0.68s faster. Interestingly East Region President ands
long term club Secretary, Scott Bowden was the Coach of the 1975 Team. Wayne James,
the coach of the winning team on Sunday, was awarded the City of Whitehorse “Coach
of the Year” recently and this win was a just reward for the effort he has put in
for ANW over the years.
Janine Hunter, Frances Batchelor, Brigitte Mullen and J Downey winning the Silver
medal at the Victorian Club Relays Championships. They held our U18, U19 and U20
ANW records from 1982 until 2012. Just to show how fast they really were, they set
still hold our club record for the U17 4x100m set at the same time.
Ryan, Frank and Brad winning the AV 5km Road Walk Teams Championship for ANW Jan
2014 Victorian Open and Multis Championships
XCR: Round 4 at Brimbank Park 8 June 2013
Athletics Nunawading enters their first ever Womens Cross Country team, fittingly,
in the Heritage round. Finally, and after many years competing with the Men, Carolyn
Rosenbrock gets support from 2013 regular Bridgitte Seeley and first timer at cross
country Natalie Laurie to get a team together to create history for ANW. Carolyn
and Bridgitte have been competing each week this year but without a third runner
to make up a team. Hopefully the first of many team entries for our club.
City of Whitehorse: Athlete of the Year
Congratulations David Brock: City of Whitehorse - Athlete of the Year! Recognition
for an excellent year of competition which we expect to be repeated this season!
That's 3 Awards in 3 years for our club, with Regan Lamble winning it in 2011 and
Wayne James winning City of Whitehorse Coach of the Year in 2012!
Kyle Swan breaks Jared Tallent’s U16 Victorian 5000m Walk record at the 2015 Victorian
Junior Championships at Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park
His time of 21m10.47s bettered Jared’s 21m17.59s set on 5/2/2000 at Olympic Park
and resulted in his selection in the Australian Team for the 2015 World Youth Championships
in Cali, Columbia.
Nuna Multis athletes at the 2016 Vic Open Multis - David Brock wins Mens Open, Ben
van der Westhuizen 7th, Natalie Laurie 3rd in Womens Open, along with Coach Simon
van der Westhuizen - looking for more club athletes to compete next year!
Brooke Stratton takes the Australian Womens Long Jump record at the 2016 Perth Track
Classic with a huge 7.05m.
2022 Chula Vista, USA 10 July
Brooke Buschkuehl breaks the Australian Long Jump record!
Huge leap of 7.13m
David, Adam, Kyle and Brad winning the AV 5km Road Walk Teams Championship for ANW