A man is only a leader when a follower stands beside him

There’s no denying that Australian athletics has been through a tumultuous time. From the controversy surrounding the loss of Olympic Park, to Olympic selection debacles and Little Athletics Australia’s recent decision that the sport should remain divided, rather than united, it hasn’t been an easy time for our sport. But in David Grace QC, the new President of Athletics Australia, our sport now has a leader behind which we can all unite.
 

The highs and lows of Australian athletics

Melissa Breen's national 100m record on the weekend showed us everything that's good - and bad - about Australian athletics.
 

Athletics community honoured in Australia Day Awards

World marathon champion Robert de Castella and Olympic hurdles gold medallist Sally Pearson are among 13 members of the broad athletics community to receive honours on Australia Day.
 
One doesn't have to read far between the lines to know that all is not lost in athletics' challenge to unite as one.
 

27 athletes in top 50 in the world; Sydney Track Classic Australia's best meet in 2013

The post-Olympics slumber saw the number of Australians producing a top 50 performance in the world drop in 2013.
 

2013 in photos (Part 2)

Here's part 2 of our photographic review of 2013.
 

2013 in photos (Part 1)

We look back the year through the lens of the many photos we took during 2013.
 

United we stand and divided we all fall. So let's stand.

Little Athletics Australia has decided that athletics in Australia will remain a divided sport.
 

Little Athletics Australia unilaterally withdraws from merger discussions

Australian athletics will remain without a single national body after Little Athletics Australia announced that it will not merge with Athletics Australia.
 

Will new President be Athletics Australia's saving Grace?

There are many challenges ahead for Athletics Australia's new President, David Grace QC.