The Little Athletics Australia Roll of Excellence recognises former participants who have achieved at the highest level in their chosen sport or profession.
There are four categories: Athletics, Sportsman, Achievers and Volunteers.
Track and Field
Steve Hooker (2009): Olympic and world champion pole vaulter.
Nathan Deakes (2009): World champion and world record setting racewalker.
Amy Winters (2009): Multiple Paralympic gold medal winning sprinter.
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor (2009):World indoor champion, three-time Olympian and Australian 100m and 200m record holder.
Jana Pittman-Rawlinson (2009): Two-time world champion in 400m hurdles.
Jane Saville (2010): Olympic bronze medallist and three-time Commonwealth Games champion racewalker.
John Steffensen (2010): Olympic and world championships 4x400m relay medallist; Commonwealth Games 400m champion.
Darren Clark (2011): Olympian, World Champion medalist and Commonwealth Games 400m Champion.
Bronwyn Thompson (2011): Commonwealth Games Long Jump Champion and Commonwealth, Oceania and National record holder.
Kathy Watt (2009): 1992 Olympic cycling gold medallist.
John Worsfold (2009): AFL premiership winner as a player and coach with the West Coast Eagles.
George Gregan (2009): Australian rugby union captain and long serving scrum half.
Alisa Camplin (2009): Winter Olympic gold medallist in aerial skiing.
Nova Peris (2009): Olympic gold medallist in hockey and Commonwealth Games gold medallist in athletics (200m).
Geoff Ogilvy (2010): World top-10 ranked golfer.
Hollie Grima (2010): Australian Opals basketballer.
Natalie von Bertouch (2011): Australian Netball Captain and World Netball Championships gold medalist.
Matt Giteau (2011): Previous captain of the Brumbies and player in both the Rugby World Cup and Tri- Nations.
John Maclean (2009): Pioneering wheelchair athlete who was the first to complete the Hawaiian Ironman and swim the English Channel.
Mike Whitney (2009): Australian cricket fast bowler and TV host and celebrity.
Kirstie Marshal (2009): Pioneering aerial skiier and Victorian politician.
Dr Peter Larkins (2009): Olympian in athletics (3000m steeplechase), successful sports medicine doctor and media personality. Also one of the very first participants in Little Athletics.
Dr Chris Bradshaw (2010): Commonwealth Games representative in athletics (decathlon), successful sports medicine doctor.
Janine Shepherd (2010): Inspirational former cross country skiier who overcame life threatening injuries sustained in a bicycle training accident. As a walking paraplegic gained her pilots license and has authored a number of best selling books.
Brett Rosebury (2011): AFL umpire who has umpired in the past 4 grand finals and won the AFL All Australian Umpire award in 2008, 2009 & 2011.
Paul Murray (2011): 2UE Drive Show host, acclaimed journalist and winner of the Brian White Award for Radio Reporter of the Year.
Trevor Billingham (2009) (deceased): Founder of Little Athletics. Established Little Athletics in Geelong in 1964 and worked tirelessly to see it spread throughout Victoria and Australia.
Alan Triscott (2009): Instrumental in the early spread of Little Athletics and the establishment of the Victorian Little Athletics Association and Australian Little Athletics Union.
Doug Hancy (2009): Western Australian administrator who has had a involvement in Little Athletics for over forty years and who formalised the conduct of state championships in WA.
Barry Garment (2009): NSW administrator who has been involved in Little Athletics for close to forty years, establishing a new Centre and serving as a key association official at state championships.
Helen Moir (2009): Tasmanian administrator who has been involved in Little Athletics for over thirty years and who has been pivotal in the growth of Little Athletics in northern Tasmania.
George Harvey (2010): Queensland administrator who was instrumental in the growth of Little Athletics in Queensland an in Australia. Former President of Queensland Little Athletics and Australian Little Athletics.
Peter Wickes (2010): NSW administrator who has provided volunteer legal advice, administrative skills and coaching assistance over the past thirty years.
Maxine Boyd (2011): Western Australian administrator who has had involvement in Little Athletics for over thirty years who held positions from club level to LAA Administration and Finance Director.
Jim Arkins (2011): NSW administrator who has been involved in Little Athletics for over forty years playing a pivotal role in establishing many centres in NSW, treasurer on the Board of NSW and State Team selector.