Grampians

Walker & Cass Reign at Halls Gap

Champion schoolboy athlete Tom Walker added yet another feather to his colourfully plumed cap when he brilliantly won the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club’s King of the Mountain at Halls Gap last Saturday. During the week, the sixteen-year-old speedster had smashed peer-group runners to win the 800, 1500, and 3000 metres events at the Great Western …

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Ray Scott Memorial

Rain No Barrier To P.Barham in Run For Ray

Peter Barham had heard tall tales but true about the “hill of horrors” at Troopers Camp but tackled it for the first time in atrocious conditions last Saturday and scored an emotional second win this season with the Club. The torturous ten kilometre Run for Ray over treacherous rocks, boulders and exposed tree roots seemed …

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Training Program Pays Dividends

Flushed with the success of dual victories in professional ranks already this season, 70-year-old running phenomenon Gary Saunders returned to amateur ranks at Halls Gap last Saturday for an astounding win in the handicap section of the prestigious King of the Mountain. The man from Deep Lead with the bushy grey beard traditionally gains momentum …

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Morey Reduces Mountain to a Molehill

Mountain goat Anthony Morey made a mockery of the claim that the Oscar’s Furniture race at Rose’s Gap is one of the toughest eleven kilometres on the masochist’s calendar when he used the event as a warm-up for the Adelaide Half-Marathon on Sunday – and won! Anthony, 33, who only commenced competitive cross country last …

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