Hall Of Fame

Richard Colman

  • GOLD medal in the T53 Wheelchair 800m at the London Paralympics 2012 and BRONZE in the 400m and 4 x 400m Relay.
  • GOLD medal in the 400m wheelchair at the World Championships in 2011
  • SILVER medal in the 1500m wheelchair at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi
  • 2008 Beijing Paralympics SILVER medal in the 200m wheelchair race
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Tessa Consedine

Chilwells rising junior hurdles star Tessa Consedine is our newest Australian representative at the World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain July 2012.

Tessa made the semi-finals in the 400m hurdles finishing 5th in 59.75 and was also a member of the 4 x 400m relay team that came 8th in the final.

Lee Troop

Marathon competitor at the Olympic Games in 2000 Australia, 2004 Athens & 2008 Beijing

5000m Australian Record Holder (1999)

1998 Commonwealth Games representative 5000m & 10000m

World Championship representative 1999, 2003

World Cross Country Championships 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004

Jemima Moore

2008 Beijing Paralympics BRONZE medal in the 4 x 100m wheelchair relay

Luke Bissett

2008 Commonwealth Youth Games in India – Bronze medal in the Javelin (65.64m)

2007 World Youth Championships – Ostrava – 5th Javelin 71.33m

Kelly Cartwright

2008 Beijing Paralympics – 100m

2011 World Championships – WR in long jump on the way to GOLD and winning GOLD in the 100m

Kelly’s climb to the top of her class in athletics has been a steady one. In 2007, her proudest moment was running for the first time with her proper running prosthesis without falling over. Then in 2008, she competed in her first Paralympic Games in Beijing and finished sixth in the 100m.

In 2009, Kelly moved training squads to be coached by multiple Paralympic gold medallist Tim Matthews. The change proved to be a success with Kelly breaking the 200m world record and the 100m Australian record during the 2009 Oceania Paralympic Championships. Then in 2011, she made her mark on the international athletics scene by winning two gold medals (100m and long jump) at the IPC Athletics World Championships and breaking the world record in the long jump, which she now sees as her proudest moment. In 2012, she added two more world records to her name, breaking the 200m world mark at the Adelaide Track Classic and the 100m at the Australian Athletics Championships.

Ned Weatherly

Ned represented Australia at the 2014 World Youth Olympics in China. Ned finished 5th in Hammer with a personal best throw of

75.59 metres.