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Training resumes on Monday 14 May at 5.45pm at Ringwood. Warming up together.

Others will be provided correspondence sessions.

All athletes to do 2 x sessions of 30mins exercise (any) in the week prior to resumption.

Athletes wishing to maintain some condition during break are permitted to do 2x light sessions (1x light weights/conditioning and 1x light running). 


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Profile - Elouise Kerr PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Monday, 28 November 2016

Elouise is a young athlete that started with the squad in June 2016. She has made gradual improvement and has a netball background.

She is a novice athlete.

Debut - 2016 Sandringham 100m Womens. 

Profile - Claire Hurley PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Monday, 28 November 2016

Claire is a young athlete who has a netball and basketball background. She joined the squad to train in December 2015 and has made gradual improvement.

She is a novice athlete.

Debut - 2016 Sandringham 100m Womens. 


2nd Bendigo 120m u/20, 2nd Stawell 800m Womens,



1st Castlemaine 120m U/18. 

2nd Stawell 400m U/20 

3rd Ballarat 400m U/20 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 April 2018 )
Profile - Kristerfer Kardakovski PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Sunday, 27 November 2016
Kris has been competing for many years but with no success. He has struggled for an extensive period.
In January 2016 he contacted Nick Fiedler and asked to join his training squad. A complete overhaul of his running and weights program was then undertaken to alter his endurance, size, speed, and technique.
This process has been a slow process but there have now been significant changes and improvements and now Kris seems to be adapting and recovering from training sessions and is now showing rapid improvement.

Debut :
1st Maryborough 120m Restricted. 1st Ringwood 70m, 
2nd Castlemaine 70m, 2nd Ballarat 4x200m Relay (Kardakovski, Tiu, Moore, Kerr), 2nd Ringwood 100m, 
3rd Maryborough 70m, 3rd Daylesford 70m, 
3rd Daylesford 70m, 3rd Doncaster 100m Gift

Last Updated ( Saturday, 03 March 2018 )
Profile - Kim McDonough PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Sunday, 03 April 2016

Kim has been a highly successful runner over a long period of time. At Wangaratta in 2015/2016 Kim and her husband Matt approached Nick to join the squad and receive coaching from him.


Kim immediately embraced the training alterations and made some immediate impact on her racing performances at Ballarat, Keilor and Bendigo.


Novice Debut - Ararat 400m Womens in 1994.


A full list of her achievements is being compiled. 

Season 2017/2018

2nd Keilor 120m Gift



Season 2016/2017

2nd Stawell 400m Womens, 

3rd - Bay Sheffield 550m Women, 3rd Castlemaine 120m Womens, 3rd Geelong 300m Womens,

Last Updated ( Monday, 12 February 2018 )
Profile - Mark Volpe PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Friday, 08 January 2016

Mark started running because he wanted to get fit and lose some weight. after losing more than 15kg and improving his technique dramatically he decided he would also like to run in some races.


He is a member of Ringwood Athletic Club.

He is eligible for Novice Events.

Pro Debut - 2015 Bay Sheffield 120m Restricted. 

Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Marika Koroibete PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Friday, 08 January 2016

Marika is a Melbourne Storm NRL player better known as the Fijian Flyer.
He has a highlight reel of outstanding plays and runs in the NRL for his relatively young age and has been touted as the fastest player in the NRL.
Before turning his hand to focus primarily on Rugby League he ran some track in Fiji as a schoolboy where he clocked a very respectable 10.75. Whilst not at that speed now due to his increased mass required to player rugby league he still generates some good speed.
After doing speed work with the Melbourne Storm speed coach Nick Fiedler for a few seasons he expressed a desire to run in a few races to supplement his off season preparation.
He made his first pro debut at Maryborough 2016 where he won his heat and later qualified for the final of the 70m and ran from the red in the final to still post a respectable result.   He won his heat of the 120m Gift and but he was eliminated in the semis.  He enjoyed his first exposure to pro running and expressed a desire to again do it in the future.
Pro Debut - 2016 Maryborough 70m.
He is eligible for Novice Events. 
Last Updated ( Sunday, 11 December 2016 )
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