Gin Gin Athletics Club competes in a number of sporting events held throughout the year. Please check here regularly for updates.
The 2021 Central North Winter Regional Championships are being held by North Rockhampton Little Athletics Club on the 11th and 12th September, 2021.
These Championships are to be held at:-
Information can be sort via LAQ website:
Nominations close Monday 26th August.
The annual Maryborough Amateur Athletic Club DAY-NIGHT CARNIVAL is usually held on the first Saturday in October in conjunction with the Maryborough Masters Games and commences at 1.00 pm.
We look forward to 2021's competition and will advise when details come to hand.
Jock Anderson Oval
Tinana Qld 4650
Contact the Maryborough Athletics Club for more information - Gavin Grantz 0400 489 571 / email@example.com
The Inter-Club Tri-Cup Challenge was held again in 2018, with Agnes Water taking the perpetual Club Trophy. Bargara and Agnes Water presented great competition and were wonderful role models in their team work and organisational skills.
Confirmation and dates of the 2021 challenge will be updated early this season, we are hopeful that we can hold and/or co-host with Agnes Water this year.
Registration payments are not required for this challenge as only Club Trophy is awarded. The aim is to provide opportunity for children to compete with other clubs in preparation for Regional and State Championships.
To make these events run as smoothly as possible, it would be appreciated if parents can assist in helping to run an event or manage an age group.
The Coles Spring Carnival organised by Little Athletics Queensland will be held on the 25th September, 2021 with participants coming to compete from all over Queensland. We can't wait to showcase our athlete's talents this year.
Bundaberg Super Park
Enid Ethel Drive
For more information visit the LAQ Website for details:
The State Championships is the major competition in our Queensland calendar year. Athletes in the U9-U17’s age groups who place in the first four are eligible for Regional Championships. Typically, some 1000 athletes from all corners of the State take part in this annual event.
Competitors will receive performance certificates detailing their event/s and performances. The first three places from the finals receive medals. A State Team of 26 children are selected from this Championship event.
Athletes who compete in a final at the Regional Championships and who achieve the 'Qualifying Performance Level' for that event, shall also qualify for the State Championships, in addition to athletes placed 1st, 2nd 3rd and 4th in that event.
This year's McDonald's State Championships will run over 3 days of competition from the 19th March - 21st March 2021 and are based in Brisbane.
Queensland Sport & Athletics Centre (QSAC),
Qualifying standards are reviewed each year. For the current State Championships Qualifying Levels, please click on the link below.