International Representatives

2018

2018 Commonwealth Games

Kailyn Joseph – Long Jump 5th 4.06m
Alysha Burnett – Heptathlon 9th 5628 points
Michelle Jenneke (Shelly)
 former Cherrybrook Athlete – 100m Hurdles 4th 13.07
Elizabeth Jones 
officiating at her first Commonwealth Games


2017

World Masters Indoor Championships in Daegu, South Korea

Sally Stagles – 60m Hurdles Gold (Aust Record) 9.82s, 60m 6th 9.00s Long Jump 4.13m (Aust Record)
Jill Taylor – Hammer Gold 34.40m, Weight Throw Bronze (Australian indoor Record) 12.88m, Discus 4th 22.80, Shot Put 4th 8.53m, 60m 17th 10.99


World Relays Nassau Bahamas 22/23 April 2017

Nick Andrews  – 4 x 100m


Oceania Championships Fiji July 2017

Jordan Shelley – U20 100mGold, Medley relay team Gold, 4 X 100m relay team Silver
Nick Thomson –  
U20 110m Hurdles


London Diamond League July 2017

Nick Andrews – 4 x 100m relay team Gold


IAAF World Championships in London August 2017

Nick Andrews – Men’s 4 x 100m relay team 


29th Summer Universiade Taipei (World University Games)

Nick Andrews – 100m
Alysha Burnett
 – Heptathlon Silver Medal 5835 Points


World Junior Championships in Poland 

Jacob McCorr110m Hurdles – 26th 13.85s
Nick Andrews
 
110m Hurdles – 10th 13.68s,  4 x 100m Relay – 5th
Alysha Burnett
 Heptathlon – 15th 5416 points


World Para Championships in Switzerland

Kailyn Joseph Long Jump Bronze


2016

2016 Rio Olympics

Shelly Jenneke – 100m hurdles
Jenny Blundel – Semi-finalist in the 1500m 


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