RT StatsCentral – Proudly Associated with Runnerstribe.com
Welcome to RT Statscentral, the home of statistics, results, profiles and news on Australian track and field. The site is directly associated with runnerstribe.com, which is the no.1 website for Australian athletics.


The aim of this site is to keep you up-to-date with all the latest changes to all-time ranking lists (both senior and junior) as well as changes to event records and most importantly news on our up and coming stars of both the track and the field.

We will also endeavour to bring you weekly updates on all the major results from both Australia and overseas, which will be linked directly into a new ‘Quick Results’ section. This section will include all of our top Australian performances, with an aim to add some further notes to specific results (i.e movement on all-time ranking list, movement on Australian Performance List etc). The Australian Performance List is based specifically on the IAAF scoring tables (which are updated as at 2011) and give a good indication on which Australian athletes are the best performed at an event level – ranked against other Australian athletes.

A new exciting section to our website in 2014 is a section that will be focusing in on our ‘stars of tomorrow’, where we have selected athletes aged 17 to 23 that we believe are the athletes to watch out for in the lead up to both the 2016 Rio Olympics and beyond.

The section will of course be looking at all the important news in the lead up the 2014 World Juniors, but will also look at our juniors as they move into the senior ranks and an opportunity to represent Australia at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. Click on the image below or on the menu bar for more information on who these star athletes are.

2014 Major Championships

It will be another big year in the world of track and field in 2014, with the Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow, Scotland (23rd July – 3rd August), while we also have the World Junior Championships (Eugene OR, USA – 22nd – 27th July).

We also have the return of the World Indoor Championships, where athletes will venture to Sopot, Poland on the 7th March.

Away from the major international competitions for 2014 we also have domestic championships, which includes the following:

Click here to see the full 2013/14 Australian Athletics Calendar
  • 6-8 December, Australian All-School Championships, Townsville QLD
  • 12 December, Zatopek:10 (incl. National 10000m Championships), Melbourne VIC
  • 15 December, Australian 50km Race Walking Championships, Melbourne VIC
  • 18 January, Hunter Track Classic Newcastle NSW
  • 1 February, Briggs Track Classic Hobart TAS
  • 2 February, Australian 20km Race Walking Championships Hobart TAS
  • 15 February, Adelaide Track Classic Adelaide SA
  • 22 February, Perth Track Classic Perth WA
  • 12-16 March, Australian Junior Championships Sydney NSW
  • 15 March, Sydney Track Classic Sydney NSW
  • 22 March, IAAF World Challenge Melbourne VIC
  • 29 March, Queensland Track Classic Brisbane QLD
  • 3-6 April, 92nd Australian Championships (incl. Commonwealth Games Trials) Melbourne VIC