John Landy Athletics Field

John Landy Athletics Field is the premier athletics venue in the Geelong Region. The reserve is situated along the banks of the Barwon River and boasts the highest standard of athletic infrastructure in the region. The track is of national standard and the athletic facilities are used extensively by the athletic community and school groups.

The reserve is home to the Landy Field Management Committee who support numerous athletic clubs in the Geelong region.

Everyone Welcome

EVENTS FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITY

Everyone, from beginner to elite, is welcome.

Our program is track based, under lights during winter switching to river path runs [3km to 8km] alternating with track events over the summer daylight savings period.

Come along and enjoy yourself – jogging, running, or walking.

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

Our Location

Located in the beautiful suburb of South Geelong

John Landy Athletic Field
(off Barwon Terrace)
South Geelong, VIC 3220

Opening Hours     18:00 – 19:00  WED

Contact Us

MOB       +61 419 314 568
EMAIL    alanjenkins4@bigpond.com

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RESULTS

12th May 2021

Vic Masters in Geelong celebrated our 41st birthday in style with the running of the Keith Bird Mile.  Dan Wight closed the gap on Luke Haines in the last 200m and looked to be pulling ahead only for Haines to surge over the last 50m to claim the first heat of the mile. Jane White battled a determined Sharon Pedersen to claim the mile title. Dave Elward again has claimed one of Mike McAvoy’s records this time in the mile.  Dale Jennings set a new M80 mile record.

In the second heat Ernie Stewart held off a fast finishing Marcus Gniel and Murray Long. Frank Englesman battled it out with Jeff Walker in the final meters with Walker crossing first by the narrowest of margins

The 100m was taken out by Laith Al-Hasani and Fred Barnett broke her F70 record.

In the concluding 2400, Haines again battled it out with Wright with an equally close result Kath Oliver again broke the F65 record for the distance

Many thanks to Martin and Kath for officiating tonight

Keith Bird Mile Heat 1

Luke Haines        05:09, Dan Wright           05:10, Luke Considine     05:19, Russ Jenkins               05:21, Dave Palmer         05:35, Tony McRae         05:46, Jane White            05:54, Sharon Pedersen              06:07, Cameron White   06:15, Dave Elward         06:17, Stuart Pretty               06:42

Keith Bird Mile Heat 2

Tony McRae       06:20,  Ernie Stewart      06:58, Marcus Gniel        07:02, Murray Long               07:03, Alan Jenkins          07:07, Daimin Mole         07:17, Leo Pye   07:21, Gerry Fitzpatrick           07:26, Jeff Walker            07:32, Frank Engelsman 07:42, Laith Al-Hasani               07:42, Michael Boland    08:05, Grant Baensch     08:20, Jill Coyte 09:44, Fred Barnett               09:50, Dale Jennings       13:32

100m

Laith Al-Hasani   15.4, Alan Jenkins            17.6, Stuart Pretty           18.3, Fred Barnett               25.34

2400m

Luke Haines        08:38, Dan Wright           08:39, Russ Jenkins          09:08, Jane White               09:11,Stephane Vander Bruggen               09:13, Dave Palmer         09:13, Tony McRae               09:17, Cameron White   10:08, Louise Brennan    10:33, Stuart Pretty         10:34, Marcus Bonn      11:03, Murray Long         11:06, Jeff Walker            11:27, Gerry Fitzpatrick               11:55, Frank Engelsman 12:01, Jodie Dunstan       12:12, Kath Oliver            12:25, Janelle Browning              12:31, Grant Baensch     13:09, Laith Al-Hasani     14:27

Next week we feature runs over 300m, 2400m and 800m from 6pm Wednesday at Landy Field

New runners welcome

PAST RESULTS

Masters Weekly Results 2007- to present are available on request

Coming Events And News…

The winner of the Bryan Cole handicap over 2000m on the 10th February; Darren Reviere

Dan Wright; winner of the 2021 Ron Campbell one hour time trial

Winners of the Master division of the Keith Bird Mile

held on the 41st anniversary of the Geelong Venue, 12th May 2021

Jane White

Luke Haines