Club Records

The Club Records have been updated and are now available for all events up to the 26th January 2023.

Records can be found on the Records Page of the website.

Congratulations to all athletes who have set a new record of the club, especially to those who have set open records, two of which are junior members.

If you believe you have broken a record and it is not showing, please contact us by email with the details.

Tas All Schools Entry List

The entry list for the Tas All Schools can be downloaded by clicking HERE

Please check the entry list to ensure you are entered in the correct events/age group. If there are any errors please email Brian Roe at or give us a call on 0455 900 044 as soon as possible.

The updated timetable is also available, please click HERE to confirm start times for your events as these may have changed from the previously released version.

Late entries are available for most events at a cost of $26.00 per event. If you wish to enter or enter additional events, please contact Brian on

Tasmanian 100m Record for Korotki

Ben Korotki has added another Tasmanian record to his resume, this time breaking the U15 100m record.

Ben ran an impressive 11.20 to comfortably win the U16 event at the Tasmanian Track & Field Championships, lowering the previous record of 11.32 set by Jack ‘Cappy’ Lewis in 2017.

Ben also holds the Tasmanian U14 400m record.

Ben’s time of 11.20 also gives him the UTAS club record from the U16 through to the Open age group.

Tasmanian All Schools

The Tasmanian All Schools Track & Field Champs are on this weekend in sunny Launceston. The start lists and updated timetable can be downloaded from the links below.

Don’t forget – UTAS Athletics Club will be holding a Virtual Australian All Schools for members, ranking member results from each States All Schools events with some super awards on offer for those who PB, finish ranked in the top 8 (finals) and special trophies for those who finished ranked in the top 3.


Entry List

Updated Timetable

New Australian Record for Stewy

Stewart McSweyn has produced one of his finest performances on the world stage, winning the Dream Mile at the Oslo Diamond League meet in a new Australian (& Oceania) Record and world lead time of 3:48.37.

Stewart will make his Olympic debut in just four weeks’ time in Tokyo, and his lead up to the event could not be better.  In May he delivered a sensational 3:31.57 1500m at the Doha DL meet, which has him placed 3rd on the World rankings for 2021.  This morning’s race in Oslo is not only an all-time best by an Australian, it is the fastest time in the world since 2014 and one of the best times ever produced by any athlete, with Stewart now claiming 22nd position on the World Athletics All Time list.

Stewart set an Australian All Comers Record of 3:50.61 for the Mile in Penguin last December, just outside the previous national record of 3:48.98 which was set by Craig Mottram in 2005.  

Under the guidance of master coach Nic Bideau, Stewart qualified for three events at the Tokyo Olympics, the 1500m, 5000m and 10000m, and was rewarded for his incredible results when he was named the Australian Athlete of the Year (able-bodied) by Athletics Australia in April.

Stewart’s Personal Bests

1500m                  3:30.51 (Australian Record)

Mile                       3:48.37 (Australian/Oceania Record)

3000m                   7:28.02 (Australian/Oceania Record)

5000m                   13:05.23 (second fastest Australian all time)

10000m                27:23.80 (second fastest Australian all time)