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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


Bisset snares silver at IAAF World Relays

Bisset snares silver at IAAF World Relays

2019 IAAF World Relays
Catriona Bisset made an emphatic debut on the international athletic stage, teaming up with Joshua Ralph (SUAC) to win silver in the 2x2x400m at the 2019 IAAF World Relays. Bisset, fresh from her Australian Championship win…
Clean sweep for MUAC Women at Jells Park

Clean sweep for MUAC Women at Jells Park

XCR19 Round 1: Jells Park Relays
MUAC’s Open women have taken all before them, winning the Premier Women, Division Three and Division 5 races at the opening round of XCR19, the Jells Park Relays. A Premier Women’s teams stacked with…
Team Melbourne back in Sydney for UniSport Nationals

Team Melbourne back in Sydney for UniSport Nationals

2019 UniSport Nationals
A strong team of Melbourne University students are in action over four days for the 2019 UniSport Nationals Athletics.  The competition serves as a selection trial for the upcoming 30th Summer Universiade in Napoli. In Day 1…
MUAC squad putting the sash on show in Sydney

MUAC squad putting the sash on show in Sydney

2019 Australian Athletics Championships
A massive seven days of action at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre with track and field championships on the line for Open and Junior athletes. MUAC has a big contingent of athletes in action. MUAC finished…
HH Hunter comes to the Rawlinson for the first time in more than 50 years

HH Hunter comes to the Rawlinson for the first time in more than 50 years

2019 Victorian Track and Field Championships
MUAC has clinched the HH Hunter Shield for the first time since 1966. The drought was broken with a strong performance on Day 6 of the Championships, overhauling Essendon’s 11 point lead with big…
A lot of pride on show as MUAC sit atop the HH Hunter Shield

A lot of pride on show as MUAC sit atop the HH Hunter Shield

2019 Victorian Track and Field Championships
There was a lot to be proud about for MUAC at the first weekend of the 2019 Victorian Track and Field Championships. The weekend saw the club stage it’s inaugural Pride Round and maintain…
MUAC out in force for inaugural Pride Round

MUAC out in force for inaugural Pride Round

2019 Pride Round
Melbourne University Athletics Club kicked off it’s inaugural Pride Round with a dinner at the Clyde Hotel on Thursday night. Jayde de Bondt, Inclusion and Diversity Manager at both Melbourne University Women’s Football Club and North Melbourne…
Podium for MUAC Men at AV Shield Final

Podium for MUAC Men at AV Shield Final

2019 AV Shield Final
A strong effort by the MUAC Men saw them lead for most of the day at the AV Shield Final, just overtaken by eventual Division One winner Glenhuntly in the late afternoon to record a strong…
MUAC Guide for Freshers

MUAC Guide for Freshers

Just arrived at University of Melbourne? Feeling like the new kid on the block and not sure what to do? Get involved in some athletics. Follow these 3 steps and check the FAQ below for more.

Step 1: Say hello.

Across this wide brown land

Across this wide brown land

Around the grounds
28/1/19 MUAC athletes took to the track and field across Australia over the long weekend.

Hunter Track Classic

Reilly Shaw, 1500m, 7th, 3:47.15 Nick Earl, 3000m Steeplechase, 5th, 9:19.98

Victorian Country Championships

WOP 400m: Rosamond Gilden 61.48;…
Raise The Bar Academy still on the up

Raise The Bar Academy still on the up

For the fifth consecutive year, Athletics Australia and the University of Melbourne have partnered to host the Raise the Bar Academy (RTBA). Raise the Bar Academy is an exciting residential camp program specifically for Australian Indigenous secondary school students in…
Finals loom for MUAC

Finals loom for MUAC

AV Shield Round 10
University eyes are turned to the AV Shield Final with two rounds remaining in the season. Pole vaulters led the way with Dawn Hartigan topping all scoring with 589 points for her 2.80m. Her squad mates…
High and fast as 2019 kicks off

High and fast as 2019 kicks off

AV Shield Round 9 and Around the Grounds
MUAC athletes were prominent around the country as competition resumed with a frenzy in 2019. Joel Baden’s 2.20m jump started the AV Shield meet at Werribee right, after a short search for…
Montag and Raise The Bar nominated for Vic Sport Awards

Montag and Raise The Bar nominated for Vic Sport Awards

2018 Victorian Sport Awards
Congratulations to Jemima Montag on her nomination for the Governor’s Award Victorian Female Athlete of the Year – Kitty McEwan Award Raise The Bar Academy, a partnership between Melbourne University and Athletics Australia is nominated for…