Bill Sewart Athletics Track

400 metre polyurethane track which offers full facilities for all track and field events and is marked in accordance with IAAF requirements. A first class pitch suitable for senior and junior soccer.

Everyone Welcome

Victorian Masters Athletics (VMA) hosts track and field events every week at a number of venues throughout Victoria. We cater for all levels of fitness for adults ranging from 30 years to 85+.

Our East Burwood venue (Bill Sewart Athletics Track, behind Nunawading Basketball Stadium, Burwood Highway) hosts events every Thursday from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, followed by supper.

The current program for East Burwood is available for download below. It includes throwing field events as well as sprint races, middle distance, and walking races.

You are welcome to come and try-out for two weeks before joining VMA. As a member of VMA you can participate in events at any of the venues for a very low cost.

Get in touch with us today, we’d love to hear from you!

Our Location

Located in the beautiful South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne

Bill Sewart Athletics Track
East Burwood Reserve
Burwood Highway
Burwood East VIC 3151

Opening Hours     19:00 – 21:00  THU

Contact Us

VENUE MANAGER    Chris Worsnop

MOB        0403 910 183

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If you have a medical condition, are overweight, are aged over 40 years or haven’t exercised regularly in a long time, it is recommended that you see your doctor for a medical check-up before starting any new exercise program.

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Current Program

EB Masters Program Apr to Jun 2017 – Updated v2 (pdf)

Upcoming Event:
The John Gosbell Memorial 5km Teams Run
Thursday 8th June 2017 7:40pm
Details available via this link

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Supporting Documentation

Seiko stopwatch (with printer) manual (pdf 1.9Mb)

Track Wrap

Charlie’s Angels (25/5/2017)

For the first time ever women made up the whole field in the 5,000 metres. Liz Eastwood in fine form  won from Michelle Quan, Annette Pelgrim and Janet Holmes. And in the sprints Jess Dux prevailed over men and women with the  60 metres in 8.1.seconds and the 200 metres in 28.7.
At least one man had success. In the Great Ocean Road Running Festival Sam Defanis won his age group in the 14k — for the fifth year in a row.
Finding form at all ages (18/5/2017)
Glenn McLean, 52, had his best runs for the year in the 100 and 150 metre sprints, in the latter just shading Aaron Leonard, 41.  Bob Henderson, 70, won again in the 400 handicap series and Travis Moore, 34, maintained his top level in winning the 4,000 metres.

A successful hard days night (11/5/2017) 

Jack Durrant starting from 8 metres behind scratch in the 100 metre handicap passed nearly all the field including his father Paul to finish second to Chris Worsnop. Jack and Chris also ran the 60 metres, Jack won the javelin and Chris placed second in the 1200 metre walk and third in the 3000 metres run.
Rise of the field events (4/5/2017)
A surprising development is the rising interest and performance in throwing events. This week the top three, Paul Durrant, Aaron Leonard and Toni Matters (state champion) had fine throws in the shot put. Future battles in the discus and javelin are anticipated.
Top sprinter Paul Foster was back and won well in the 110 and 200 metre sprints. Travis Moore  improved his personal bests in winning the 600 and 3000 metre runs.

Amazing debut (27/4/2017)

Aaron Leonard, 41, attended for the first time on Thursday and showed striking form: second in the 60 metres, fastest in the 400 metres and second fastest in the 3,000 metres. But his javelin astounded. He threw 42.3 metres– seven metres better than the winner threw at last month’s state championship.
Two showing great improvement are Glenn McLean with wins in the 60 and 110 metre sprints and Travis Moore with a personal best and fastest in the 3,000 metres.

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