Justin started training with the Club in 2006 when he released that he needed to get off the couch and back into shape. Initial his goal was to complete a 5km event however he’s progressed a fair way since then recently completing his second 100km ultra.
Justin was initially elected to the position of Club Treasurer in 2013 and then President in 2015.
Dick is a long term member of the Club and the Committee serving for an extended period as the Club’s Treasurer.
Dick enjoys distance running especially the Cross Country events and is well known as the Club’s bare foot runner.
Dan has been a social runner for 3 years. His biggest aim is to keep fit whilst challenging himself to new PB’s.
Dan was previously in the military however he now keeps himself busy running his own business and spending time with his young family.
Tony is another of the Club’s long term members. He has been running since high school at age 13 so that makes 40 years of involvement in Athletics.
Tony runs mainly because he loves it and the exercise means that he doesn’t need to worry too much about what he eats. He doesn’t describe himself as a keen racer, the main reason is enjoyment and mental health, but he does try to complete about eight races a year.
He was a member of Ashgrove Rangers from 1989 until 1997 and then again from 2007 until current.
He was elected to the Committee in 2011.
Paul has been a committee member since 2015.
Amanda has been a committee member since 2016 and brings a strong set of media skills to the committee
John is a long term member of the Club and started competing at the junior level.
John has been on the committee forever and also holds the position of Head Coach within the Club.
Ken has been a long term member of the Club and a member of the committee for many years.
Whilst he doesn’t compete much he brings a strong set of IT skills to the committee.
Ken’s involvement in athletics began when he was ten years old.
Track and field was his main sport through high school, and most school holidays were spent travelling to an athletics carnival somewhere in Queensland. Back then he competed in sprints, long and triple jump. The second phase of his athletics career started when he joined the Club at age thirty.
Ken’s not able to do sprints and jumps any more but he still enjoys competing in track, middle distance races and cross country events. Ken joined the committee in 2016 and is very much looking forward to helping out where he can.