About us

Murrumbateman Stormers are the newest Little Athletics Club in the Canberra region. Conceived and built by a small but committed group of volunteers in October 2019, the Club has been a huge success and grown very quickly.

Meets are held every Wednesday during the season (excluding school holidays) from 6pm until approx. 7.30pm (Tiny Tots 5.30pm – 6pm) and the season runs from October to March each year (breaking for Christmas and January school holidays).

We are a very family-oriented club and encourage parents helping out as much as possible to ensure the smooth running of our events.

We provide an interactive environment for kids to learn, have fun and get fit, but also to encourage them to enjoy a healthy competition at all levels in athletics from club level through to ACT Championships.

We pride ourselves on being one of the fastest growing athletics clubs in the Canberra region and hope to continue to grow and improve with our local community.

Parental involvement

We encourage at least one parent per family to provide assistance in the form of simple tasks such as time-keeping, measuring and recording results at every meet. No previous experience is necessary. Experienced club officials will be on hand to help.

For more information check out this booklet How to help at Little Athletics.

Join the team

Our Club is run entirely by other parents and community members volunteering their time and skills in different areas. There are roles in the Club across a diverse range of areas and most require a very small time commitment across a season. 
Our club can only function when volunteers step forward, and thrives when new ideas are shared. Role descriptions for our team are listed here.

Age Managers

The main duty of the Age Manager is to keep the group together and move from event to event quickly and and ensure that parents assist in the many facets of running athletic events. It does not require any technical knowledge with respect to coaching the children.

Check out this Guide for Age Managers for more information.