Track & Field
Running faster, throwing further, jumping higher and longer.
Since 1952 St. Patrick's College Track & Field has always been well represented and a sport that has proven to be not only popular and rewarding but also very successful. With strong involvement in the AIC competition, St. Patrick's College has earned the proud reputation for developing, fostering and nurturing Track & Field athletes who have also used these refined skills and talents to further their performance in other sports. Among the Track & Field coaching staff at St. Patrick's College are highly success individual coaches who have also coached athletes to State, National and International levels of competition.
Annually, St. Patrick's College has multiple athletes achieving higher representation at District, Regional, State and National levels. Past student Lachlan Stanton represented Australia in the 110 metre hurdles at the 2005 World Junior Championships held in Marrakech. More recently, Paralympian past student Simon Patmore began professionally competing in athletics in 2009, exploding onto the international Track & Field scene at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games where he won a gold medal in the T46 100m event. At the 2012 Summer Paralympics Simon won a bronze medal in the T46 200m event.