On behalf of MLAC Committee & members, we congratulate our current #MLAC athlete champion - Elise Cook & former #MLAC athlete champion -Caitlin Pinto in competing at School Sport Victoria Athletics State Championships today representing#BentleighSC 17YO Girls 4 x 100m Relay -
1st place / Gold medal. We are all very proud of your dedication to athletics & great team effort, well done girls.
We thank our local newspaper Moorabbin Leader for supporting our future athletes at our brand new GR Bricker Reserve - Athletics Track. #MoorabbinLittleAthletics season has just started, so if your looking for some fun activities, whilst learning fundamentals of running, jumping and throwing, grab a friend & come down for a trial run on Friday Nights Nitro style Music, BBQ Canteen, & great fun!
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On behalf of #MLAC Committee & all volunteers - we welcome on board Buxton Real Estate Hampton East team, and thankyou for you #MLAC Promo Board & support for 2018/19 season. If anyone is looking to sell or buy please get in contact with the team at #BuxtonRealEstateHamptonEast
Little Athletics Victoria
The Official plaque revealing of our brand new athletics track - GR Bricker Reserve, Moorabbin #MoorabbinLittleAthleticsTrack
Nick Staikos MP Mayor Steve Staikos - City of Kingston City of Kingston Little Athletics Victoria Little Athletics Australia
As part of the Coles and Little Athletics partnership, a number of Little Athletics Victoria athletes came down to Lakeside Stadium to take part in the filming. This is a short video showing a few behind the scenes clips from the event.
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Article content to accompany middle photo (Haddi El Shorbagy). "Javelin talent makes a mark. Teen puts in champion effort at championships. Within two years of picking up a javelin for the first time, one Carnegie teen has been thrown into the national spotlight. Haddi El Shorbagy, 13, was named overall javelin champion at the Australian All Schools Championships in Adelaide last December, after throwing a personal best of 45.35m. The Caulfield Little Athletics member is now setting his sights on the Olympics in the future, and trains and competes up to five times a week to make it happen. “I was so nervous when I was about to throw at the nationals and my first throw wasn’t very good, but my second throw was good and I got excited after that,” Haddi said. Haddi first specialised in discus and shot put before trying hammer throw and finally picking up a javelin. “I honestly like them all and at other times I hate them too. It can be hard work but fun too,” he said. Mum Therese McEvoy said Haddi had gone from a shy boy to a confident teen thanks to the sport. “It’s actually changed his life since finding this thing that sets him apart from the rest,” Ms McEvoy said. “He’s gone from not even being able to throw one a few years ago to being in the nationals. “It’s quite unbelievable and it’s just a rollercoaster.” Last year, Haddi also took home three gold medals at the School Sport Victoria Secondary School Athletics State Championships and two gold medals at the All Schools State Championships." Written by Emma-Jayne Schenk. Picture by Wayne Taylor