Excitement flows at Clarence Little Athletics

WITH the Tokyo Olympics having generated a lot excitement, Clarence Little Athletics is encouraging families to keep the excitement flowing and bring their children along to its weekly sessions.

Clarence has a rich history of producing professional and talented athletes, and Clarence Little Athletics Centre is eager to continue this tradition.

The centre has records that are still standing from the 1970s, but last season saw some of these tumble, demonstrating the talent that was emerging.

Clarence Little Athletics vice president Angelene Arnold said she had seen many athletes come to the centre quite timid and had revelled in watching them flourish.

“Our athletes strive to succeed each and every season,” she said.

“Little Athletics is all about being your best, so personal best performances are really celebrated.

“We support the kids as they build their skills and have heaps of fun doing so.

“We provide a healthy, safe and inclusive environment for kids to try out events they may never have tried before.

“Who know if they are the next champion triple jumper, discus thrower or race walker until we encourage them to give it a go.”

Clarence Little Athletics holds competitions at Clarence High School on Saturday mornings through the season (October to March) from 8:30am to 11:30am, with weekly training days on Tuesday.

It caters for Tiny Tots that are three to four years old, as well as athletes from five to 14 years old in the Little Athletics program.

For more information or to register, visit www.clarence.org.au.

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