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With a proud history dating back to 1873, Melbourne University Athletics Club is one of the oldest sporting clubs in Australia. Over the years, MUAC has been the home club for many famous athletes including Olympic and Commonwealth Games and world championships champions, medallists and competitors.

One of the strongest athletics clubs in Australia, MUAC remains the athletics club of choice for current and past Melbourne University students, staff and friends.  >read more


MUAC holds steady at Round 5

MUAC holds steady at Round 5

AV Shield Round 5
In a busy week of athletics, a small group of athletes took to the track on Saturday for Round 5 of AV Shield. Top performances came from Cassandra Wang in the 100m, running 12.71 for 456…

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MUAC Training Gear

MUAC Training Gear

Guaranteed to improve your marks, athletic performance and social status. Sample sizes are in the club rooms (arriving on 15/11). Make sure you select the correct size as the size you order will be the size you receive. Size range:…
MUAC does it at a canter at Round 4

MUAC does it at a canter at Round 4

AV Shield Round 4
A small and dedicated bunch of MUAC athletes were in action for Round 4 of AV Shield, with action spread across the state.  Jemima Montag continued her good form collecting a massive 552 points for her…

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Women win at windy Williamstown

Women win at windy Williamstown

AV Shield Round 3
A hardy bunch of MUAC athletes took to the track on Saturday, despite early inclement conditions. MUAC’s Division One Women, lead by points accumulating machine Kira Davey, took another solid early season win, scoring 7528 points.  …

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MUAC monsters Melbourne Marathon with massive team

MUAC monsters Melbourne Marathon with massive team

2018 Melbourne Marathon
The largest contingent of MUAC marathoners in many years took the streets of Melbourne with aplomb on Sunday, 14th October. Conditions rapidly warmed up and testing conditions brought the mettle of MUAC athletes to the fore. Hopes…
Montag on the march at Round 2 of AV Shield

Montag on the march at Round 2 of AV Shield

AV Shield Round 2
MUAC’s teams fared well at AV Shield in a busy weekend of athletics across the state. MUAC’s Division One Women eked out a narrow victory (scoring 5384 points), whilst the Division One Men benefited from a…

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Sun shines on start of AV Shield

Sun shines on start of AV Shield

AV Shield Round 1
The first weekend in October saw the start of the AV Shield season for 2018/19 with MUAC athletes in action at Aberfeldie, Ballarat and Geelong. Steady team performances saw the Division One Women take second place…

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MUAC women dominate at Tan Relays

MUAC women dominate at Tan Relays

XCR’18 Round 10: Tan Relays
The 2018 Victorian cross county and road racing season concluded with athletes taking on the iconic Tan Relay event. The weather was unstable, fluctuating between strong winds and cold rain. A special thanks to our…

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Earl leads the charge as Uni come to the party

Earl leads the charge as Uni come to the party

XCR’18 Round 9: Burnley Half Marathon
Melbourne Uni AC enjoyed a fantastic day in round nine of the XCR competition in the Burnley half marathon. The men won the team event by halving the accumulated total of nearest challenger Box…

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Wind whipped wild west no match for MUAC hordes

Wind whipped wild west no match for MUAC hordes

XCR18 Round 7: Lake Wendouree Road Race
On Saturday the 4thAugust, team MUAC headed out by bus to Ballarat in big numbers to take on the Lake Wendouree road race. In classic Ballarat style, it was a cold and windy…

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MUAC hits it out of the park with half century

MUAC hits it out of the park with half century

XCR’18 Round 6: Lakeside:10
It was another great day for MUAC with lots of PB’s, a medal and many club division placings. With the sun shining and a slight breeze, a record of number of 50 MUAC athletes turned up…

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Uni not short changed at Sandown

Uni not short changed at Sandown

XCR’18 Round 5: Sandown Road Relays
A truncated Sandown Road Relays on Saturday still delivered thrills for MUAC with our Premier Women winning silver and our Premier Men bronze.  Race officials concerned about forecasts for hail, high winds and purple…

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Hills tames hills and takes state title

Hills tames hills and takes state title

XCR’18 Round 4: Bundoora Cross Country
Cool and windy conditions were just what the doctor ordered for the massive MUAC team on Saturday with Madeline Hills claiming her first Victorian Championship and leading the Premier Women to 3rd place.  The…

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No foxing for MUAC at Cruden Farm

No foxing for MUAC at Cruden Farm

XCR’18 Round 3: Cruden Farm Cross Country
A strong contingent of over 35 MUAC cross country athletes took to the undulating green pastures of the Murdoch Estate at Cruden Farm in Langwarrin on Saturday afternoon. Open men and women trotted…

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