Our Clubs

OUR PARTICIPATING CLUBS

There are 12 member clubs in the Racewalking Australia Federation.

These clubs cover all the major Australian States and form the lifeblood of the sport of racewalking in Australia. Most have websites and the links and club overviews are as follows:

 

 

 

ACT Race  and Fitness Walking Club

ACT Walkers promotes walking for sport, health and fitness in the Canberra region.
www.actwalkers.com.au  

President

Phillipa Hargrave

Vice President

Geoff Barker

Secretary

Ally Dhur

Treasurer

Mick Saunders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

BALLARAT RACE WALKING CLUB

Victoria

Our club was established in July 1995 by a group of racewalkers wishing to promote and grow racewalking in the Ballarat and district area.

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NSW RACE WALKING CLUB

New South Wales

The NSW Race Walking Club website is currently under construction.

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QUEENSLAND RACE WALKING CLUB

Queensland

QRWC is dedicated to promoting race walking, serving and representing athletes throughout Queensland. Visit website…

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Western Australian Race Walking Club

West Australia

Established in 1964 the WARWC celebrated its 50th year in 2014.

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South Australia

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RACE WALKING CLUB

The SARWC operates a Winter Season open to all age groups and abilities typically between April and September on Saturday afternoon.

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TASMANIAN RACE WALKING CLUB

Tasmania

The Tasmanian Race Walking club recently started a Facebook page to keep members up to date.

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THE AUSTRALIAN CENTURIONS

Australia Wide

Formed in 1971 to honour the feat of those athletes who walk 100 Miles within 24 hours on Australian shores.

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THE VICTORIAN RACE WALKING CLUB

 

Victorian Race Walking Club    

The Victorian Race Walking Club is a specialist racewalking club which

has been affiliated with Athletics Victoria since 1921.

www.vrwc.org.au  

President

Stu Cooper

Vice President

Mark Donohoo

Secretary

Terry Swan

Treasurer

Karyn O’Neill