Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final

Richard Colman (centre) in the final of the T53 400m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Colman finished third. On the left in the photo is Pierre Fairbank (France) who finished sixth and on the right is Byung-Hoon Yoo (Korea) who finished fourth.

Lisa McIntosh Sprints Away in 100m Final

Lisa McIntosh (centre) competes in the final of the T37 100m at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. McIntosh won a close race by .07s, with the bronze medallist, German Maria Seiffert (#1573, right) a further .07s back. Also in the photo is the fourth place runner Isabelle Foerder, also of Germany (#1561, left).

Athletics World Championships 2017

Australia won 29 medals –¬† 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Aaron Chatman
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Cameron Crombie
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Guy Henly
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Martin Jackson
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Daniel Kirk
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Rearson
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Russell Short
  • James Turner
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Torita Blake (Isaac)
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Sarah Edmiston
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Brydee Moore
  • Jemima Moore
  • Ella Pardy
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian results at the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, London, 14-23 July 2017.

Athletics World Championships 2015

 

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Alberto Campbell
  • Sam Carter
  • Jarryd Clifford
  • Gabriel Cole
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Tim Foster
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Lindsay Sutton
  • Jesse Wyatt

Women

  • Rae Anderson
  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Erin Cleaver
  • Brianna Coop
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Kobie Donovan
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Isabelle Hampton
  • Nicole Harris
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Isis Holt
  • Claire Keefer
  • Rosemary Little
  • Brydee Moore
  • Ella Pardy
    Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Stephanie Schweitzer
  • Sarah Walsh

Australian team and results at the 7th IPC World Athletics Championships, Doha, Qatar, 21-31 October 2015.

Athletics World Championships 2013

Australia won 30 medals –¬† 4 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze.

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Natheniel Arkley
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Brayden Davidson
  • Guy Henley
  • Todd Hodgetts
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Deon Kenzie
  • Jake Lappin
  • Rheed McCracken
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Simon Patmore
  • Chad Perris
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Jayden Sawyer
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Ian Speed
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Lindsay Sutton

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Torita Blake
  • Madison de Rozario
  • Taylor Doyle
  • Louise Ellery
  • Nicole Harris
  • Rosemary Little
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Carly Salmon
  • Sephanie Schweitzer
  • Erinn Walters

 

Australian team and results at the 6th IPC World Athletics Championships, Lyon, France, 19-28 July 2013.

Athletics World Championships 2011

Australia won 22 medals –¬† 8 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze. Australian multiple individual gold medalllists:

Click here for full list of Australian results from Athletics Australia.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Daniel Berry
  • Damien Bowen
  • Matthew Cameron
  • Sam Carter
  • Richard Colman
  • Kurt Fearnley
  • Gerrard Gosens
  • Sam Harding
  • Nicholas Hum
  • Jake Lappin
  • Hamish MacDonald
  • Brett McArthur
  • Sam McIntosh
  • Wade McMahon
  • Christopher Mullins
  • Richard Nicholson
  • Evan O’Hanlon
  • Tim Page
  • Simon Patmore
  • Mitchell Pink
  • Scott Reardon
  • Michael Roeger
  • Brad Scott
  • Russell Short
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Jack Swift
  • Dean Turner

Women

  • Angela Ballard
  • Carlee Beattie
  • Georgia Beikoff
  • Angelique Booth
  • Kelly Cartwright
  • Madison De Rozario
  • Rachael Dodds
  • Jodi Elkington-Jones (Elkington)
  • Louise Ellery
  • Michelle Errichiello
  • Jessica Gallagher
  • Madeleine Hogan
  • Morgan McAllister
  • Jamie McInerney
  • Jemima Moore
  • Katherine Proudfoot
  • Noni Thompson
  • Nicole Vernon
  • Erinn Walters

Australian team and results at the 5th IPC World Athletics Championships, Christchurch, New Zealand, 21-30 January 2011.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Richard Colman Competing in the T53 400m Final