PBs in the sights of Isa-Curry athletes

Posted: May 25, 2012 at 2:21 pm

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PERSONAL bests will again be on the radar of athletes when Mount Isa and Cloncurry Athletics Clubs hold their next competition days tomorrow.

During the last club meeting, seventeen dedicated athletes from Cloncurry travelled to Mount Isa to compete.

Mount Isa Athletics Club vice president David Scott said the visiting club attend the Mount Isa competition day at an opportune time.

"They picked a great time to come down as we were running hurdles this week, which is something they don't get to experience in Cloncurry as of yet," he said.

"As an added bonus, the older athletes we also try triple jump and hammer throw."

While the viability of the Cloncurry club is being assessed, its members are recognised at Mount Isa athletes and are vying for the same end-of-year trophies.

Club records are being kept separately so when Cloncurry does branch out on its own it will have its own set of local records.

Sergeant Mick Hughes from Cloncurry PCYC, who facilitates the fledgling club, said visiting athletes enjoyed the day.

"A few of the kids have already asked when we are coming back," he said.

"On that note alone I am guessing that they had a good time."

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PBs in the sights of Isa-Curry athletes

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