Albany Junior Table Tennis Club wrapped up the 2013 season on Tuesday, December 10, with O’Shaye Morrison taking out the junior club championship.
A pair of young trampolinists are flying high this week after topping Perth competitors at a State competition to take home two trophies.
Albany Adventurethon organiser Joel Savage says he is looking forward to bringing the event back next year after a successful inaugural competition where 88 people competed in five races over Saturday and Sunday, December 14-15.
A group of four from Mt Barker will represent the Great Southern when they compete at the sixth Karate-do Goju-kai World Championships in Mumbai, India this week.
Denmark surfer Emi Campbell delivered a brilliant performance in Kiama on the New South Wales coast last Saturday to win her maiden national surfing crown in another huge step for the teenager’s blossoming career.
Albany Cycle Club mountain bike chapter president David Marshall plans to turn a weekend in May each year into a cycling festival after the City of Albany approved an Urban Downhill event.
Darrell Panizza has ended all speculation about his coaching future after signing on to coach the Royals Football Club for a staggering 16th season.
A splash of sporting royalty came to Narrogin last week when seven Australian and international Olympians and professional swimmers came to coach a special one-off swim session with some lucky locals.
Travelling to Kalgoorlie to compete against some of WA’s best young athletes at the State Country Little Athletics Championships shows the commitment Katanning’s Montanna Campbell has to sports.
Albany is set to become the first WA regional centre to host the Australian National Aged and All Schools Cross Country Championships after Albany City Council accepted an offer to host the event.
The course for the inaugural Albany Adventurethon has been announced and with the race just more than a week away, organiser Joel Savage said it might become an annual event.
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