July Development Schedule 2014
“SPORTS CRAZY- A Lifetime in Kiwi Sport” by Roy Williams
Registrations for North Harbour Bays Athletics Club 2014/15
To register for the new season
Contact the Registrar Joanne Roscoe on (09) 410 5816 or email Click Here
Registrations for the Track and Field Season
will be held In our Club Rooms
1st Floor Millennium Institute
17 Antares Place
Mairangi Bay North Shore City
Sat 13th September 10am - 2pm
Sat 20th September 10am - 2pm
Tue 23rd September 4.00pm - followed by Skills night
Tue 30th September 4.00pm - followed by Skills night
Tue 7th October 4.00pm - followed by Skills night
You will still be able to register every Tuesday prior to club night.
Tuesday 23rd September 6.00pm (includes registrations)
Tuesday 30th September 6.00pm (as above)
Tuesday 7th October 6.00pm (as above)
Tuesday 14th October 6.00pm (includes registrations)
For more information on how to register and pay on line Click Here
For all information regarding Juniors Track & Field please go to our Junior Section at top of this page or Click Here
Please refer to the Junior Section for information regarding the 2015 Trans Tasman Challege and 2015 South Island Colgate Games.
Officals Courses to be run by AAI for the 2014/15 season.
Different disciplines will be held on different nights so please make sure you check the attachment for dates/times and registration information
Come join our DISTANCE RUNNING squad
Do you want to improve your fitness, increase your speed and perform better in athletics or your other sports?
Distance Running for 7-13year olds
with Jonathan Wood
Distance Club Night Monday at 5.30pm
Extra training session Thursday 5.30pm
Sunday runs (to be announced closer to the time) 4pm
North Harbour Bays Junior Distance Schedule 2014
This a great addition to the country’s sports libraries.
Roy Williams is still the only Kiwi to win a Commonwealth Games Decathlon gold
medal, and his sister, Yvette, is one of our greatest ever athletes, as our first
woman Olympic Gold medalist, (in the long jump). Roy recounts their early days
and gives fascinating insights into what motivated them and into their training
regimes. Yvette set a world record and won four Commonwealth Gold medals in