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SPANNER CLUB 

Record Holder - Hayley Atkins 7 (2012/2013), Kasey Moore 7 (2013/2014).

2016/2017 Title Holder - Mark Volpe (4)

 

Season 2017/2018 Spanner Club -

Mark Volpe 3

Nick Antonino 7

Claire Hurley 2

Dion Paul 2

Luke Mitchell 2

Max Punchihewa 2 

Cassie Anderson 1

Harvey Anderson 1 

 

 

 

 
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Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Travis Pike PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Travis had been running pros for a couple of years and at Stawell 2008 he approached Nick to commence training with the team.  Shortly before the scheduled start of winter training he was diagnosed with glandular fever and has missed the majority of training.  In September he resumed training on a modified training program.  He has continued to improve and has performed well making numerous novice finals and his first open final at Euroa in the 70m in SEason 2009/2010.  He finished 4th in the Stawell Novice 100m later in the season and an unlucky 2nd ain the Ballarat Novice 120m the same season.

He is a member of the Diamond Valley Athletic Club.

Travis will be overseas for an extended period leading into season 2014/2015 and therefore he will temporarily hang up the spikes.

Pro Debut :

Season 2008/2009 :
2nd Maryborough 70m Novice, 2nd Wangaratta 120m Novice.
3rd Ringwood 70m Novice.

Season 2009/2010 :
2nd Rye 70m Novice, 2nd Ballarat 120m Novice, 
3rd Maryborough 120m Novice, 3rd Wangaratta 120m Novice,

Season 2010/2011 :
2nd Wangaratta 120m Novice, 2nd Avondale Heights 400m Novice,
3rd Ringwood 70m Novice, 3rd Keilor 400m Novice

Season 2011/2012 :
1st Maryborough 120m Novice
2nd Gippsland 400m Novice, 2nd Maryborough 70m Novice, 2nd Maryborough 400m Novice, 2nd Ballarat 400m Novice, 2nd Noble Park 400m Novice,
3rd Northcote 70m Novice, 3rd Gippsland 70m Novice, 3rd Bendigo 400m Novice, 3rd Ballarat 4x200m Relay

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 May 2014 )
 
Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Craig Foley PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Craig contacted Nick at the beginning of the Winter preparation for 2008/2009 to join the team.  He has been a highly successful athlete for many years whilst under the guidance of various coaches. 

He is now a member of the Ringwood Athletic Club.

Despite many of Craigs acheivements, one of his most outstanding performances occured at the 2007/2008 Bay Sheffield where he ran a slashing 120m in the nude gift to finish an unlucky 2nd to Peter Dudkiewicz.  Even though the Dude might have taken first place, Craig still obviously claimed the title of "King of the nude Gift".

Craig was a semi finalist in the 2010 Stawell Gift.

Craig returned to the squad in 2014/2015 after training independently for the previous  of year.

At the completion of season 14/15 Craig commenced training elsewhere because it suited his personal circumstances, however he returned to the squad in August 2015.

At the completion of 2015/2016 Craig retired from athletics after 20 years of competition to travel overseas and pursue other career goals. In his last race he narrowly missed making the 70m Final at Stawell.

 

Pro Debut : November 1996 Maribyrnong 70m.

 

Season 2015/2016

1st Keilor 120m Gift, 1st Bay Sheffield Nude Gift, 

2nd Wangaratta 120m Gift, 

3rd Warnambool 70m, 3rd Warnambool 100m Gift, 3rd St Albans 70m,

 

Season 2014/2015

1st Warragul 120m Gift, 1st Rye 70m,

3rd Bay Sheffield 70m. 

 

Season 2012/2013

2nd Zatopek 300m, 2nd Rye 70m 

Season 2011/2012

3rd Mt Gambier 70m, 3rd Ringwood 70m, 

Season 2010/2011

1st Rye 400m, 

3rd Mt Gambier 70m, 3rd St Bernards 70m,  

Season 2009/2010

Stawell 120m Gift Semi Finalist.

Season 2007/2008 :

1st Wangaratta 120m Gift.

2nd Northcote 100m Gift

3rd Keilor 70m.

Season 2004/2005 :

1st Northcote 120m Gift, 1st VRTA 70m

2nd Wangaratta 120m Gift, 2nd Wangaratta 70m. 

3rd Essendon 120m Gift

Season 2003/2004 :

3rd?? VRTA 70m

 Season 2002/2003 :

1st Rye 70m Novice, 1st Rye 120m Gift.

2nd Tullamarine 120m Gift.

3rd Tullamarine 70m

Season 2000/2001 :

 3rd Bright 70m.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 03 April 2016 )
 
Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Sam Rapinett PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Sam is currently in 1st year University.  She joined the squad late in the 2006/2007 season but then took some time off before returniing to training in February 2008.   Her fitness, strength and speed have improved dramatically and she is enjoying the team environment of the team.

She is a member of the Ringwood Athletic Club.

She is eligible for novice events.

Pro Debut : 2009 VRTA Novice 400m.

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 January 2011 )
 
Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Damien Byrne PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Damien is a highly sucessful runner who joined the team during the winter preparation of 2008/2009 after taking a year off athletics due to work committments. He had an interupted training regime due to his heavy work and travel commitments.   He now lives in Victoria but whilst living in South Australia he competed with the Port Adelaide Athletic Club and was coached by Stan Miller. 

His work commitments have kept him from being able to train and compete but he maintains a good friendship with members of the team.

He was a member of the Ringwood Athletic Club.

Pro Debut : 

Season 06/07 : 

2nd Bay Sheffield 120m GIft 

2nd Ballarat 120m Gift

 

A full record of his performances is being compiled.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 May 2012 )
 
Former Athlete Profile - (Retired) Belinda Carusi PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Belinda joined the squad in September 2007.  She has an interest in 100m, 200m and Long Jump.  She made her first final in her first year at St.Bernards in the Womens 300m.  She finished her first season with a highlight by entering and then winning the Stawell Fashions on the Field.  She has since won this event another two times in successive years. 

Her training and competition has been limited due to her high load of work and social commitments but she is endeavouring to a more consistent effort with her athletics this season.

Belinda has been very busy with work and other commitments and is unliely to compete until her other commitments reduce.

 

She is a member of the Ringwood Athletic Club.

  Belinda with team members and other family and friends at 2007/2008 Stawell Fashions on the Field.

Pro Debut : 2007 Dandenong 300m Womens/Veterans.

Season 2007/2008 :

1st Stawell Fashions on the Field.

 

Season 2008/2009 :

1st Stawell Fashions on the Field.

 

Season 2009/2010 :

1st Stawell Fashions on the Field.

 

Season 2010/2011 :

1st VRTA 400m Novice.

 

Season 2013/2014 :

2nd Albury 300m Women's/Veterans, 2nd Bendigo 120m Women's

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 May 2015 )
 
Former Athlete Profile (Retired) - Tamika Johnston PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nick Fiedler   
Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Tamika joined the team in 03/04.  She had previously commenced her athletics under the guidance of Dave Krushka in TAS where she enjoyed great success and improved dramatically.  She later left Dave and went to Vic for work committments where she joined Jim Bradley.  Unfortunately for her she had an extremely disappointing season for numerous reasons and could not run anywhere near as fast as she had previously.  At the completion of that season she joined  the team and an extensive task was undertaken to reduce her weight and improve her condition.   This proved to be quite successful where she opened the amateur season with 12.0HH in October.  She then went on to run 3rd in the rich Rye Womens 120m.  A couple of weeks later she showed more speed where she led Katerina Dressler over 100m by 3.5m before doing her hamstring 30m from the line.  Dressler went on to run 12.0HH.  Tamika's speed had clearly returned but she continued to be hampered with soft tissue injury and hardly competed again that season.  At the completion of the season she returned to TAS for work committments and joined Graham Haskell where she returned to good form.  She continues to have a strong relationship with members of the team.

She has now retired from athletics and is now a proud mum.

 Tamika (white) winning her heat in the 2003/2004 Womens Rye 120m.

  Tamika (3rd) with Kim (2nd) after presentation in the 2003/2004 Rye Womens 120m Final.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 23 September 2008 )
 
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