2007 Carnival Results
Saturday 21 - Sunday 22 April 2007
Racewalking Australia 100 Km Championships for Men and Women
The second Racewalking Australia 100 km Walking Championships were held as part of the Coburg 24 Hour Carnival in Melbourne on 22-23 April 2006. Our Australian Champions for this year areTerry O'Neill and Karyn Bollen of Victoria. Results were as follows
Australian 100 Km Walk Championships
41st Lake Burley Griffin Race Walking Carnival, 10 June 2007, Canberra
The annual Lake Burley Griffin Carnival is held each June in Canberra, the capital of Australia. This is the main event for Racewalking Australia and has a strong team emphasis. The carnival this year involved nearly 300 walkers of all ages. There are Racewalking Australia championship events for age groups from Under 10 through to Masters. The carnival also includes the Australian Under 20 Mens 10000m Road Walking Championship.
The 20 mile race is held on the Sunday morning on a tough hilly course around the lake while the other Championship events are held on the Sunday afternoon. All events are road events.
Once again a Peter Waddell Memorial walk was held on the Saturday afternoon from Western Park. This informal tribute to Peter, held in miserable wet conditions, still attracted a good number of walkers from all States and was a fitting remembrance to Peter, the driving force behind this Carnival.
Final results are as follows.
Saturday 14 July 2007
RACEWALKING AUSTRALIA STATE CHALLENGE
The fourth staging of this event saw all 10 racewalking clubs participate. Final results were as follows
Race Walking Club
New South Wales Race Walking Club
Western Australian Race Walking Club
Race Walking Club of WA
Tasmanian Race Walking Club
Queensland Race Walking Club
South Australian Race Walkers
Bendigo Walkers Club
ACT Race and Fitness Walking Club
Sunday 29 JULY 2007
RACEWALKING AUSTRALIA CARNIVAL
The second Racewalking Australia carnival for 2007 was held at th Warradale Army Camp in Adelaide in perfect conditions. Results are attached.
Brennen points have now been finalised and are attached. VRWC won the Brennen Shield ahead of NSWRWC with SARWC in third place.