Jorja Winfield and Grace Krause to represent New South Wales at 2023 Australian Junior Athletics


Temora Athletics Club wishes Jorja Winfield and Grace Krause the best of luck as they represent New South Wales at the 2023 Australian Junior Athletics Championships, which starts today through to Sunday.

The competition runs from Thursday, 13 April, to Sunday, 16 April at the Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre (QSAC) in Brisbane. The girls will be competing against the best in the country.


“Give it all you have! We are so proud of you both,” said the Temora Athletics Club.

Jorja Winfield U18

Hammer Throw: Sun 16th @ 9.00 am

Grace Krause
(Grace is U17 but is competing in the U18 age group for both the 200m and the long jump events in the hope of selection to the Youth Commonwealth Games later in the year. Good luck, Grace!!)

Long Jump: Sat 15th @ 11:30 am
200m Prelim: Sat 15th @ 1:00 pm
200m Final: Sat 15th@ 5:50 pm

100m Prelim: Sun 16th @ 11:45 am
Triple Jump: Sun 16th @ 12:45 pm
100m Final: Sun 16th @ 2:05 pm


The 2023 Chemist Warehouse Australian Junior Athletics Championships (including Under 15 and Under 17 Para and Under 15 to Under 18 Combined Events) will inevitably unveil new talents and names of the future as Australia’s track and field boom continues, but a number of those in action are already well on their way stardom. The championships are being held at the Queensland Sport & Athletics Centre (QSAC), Brisbane, Queensland.

Several athletes from all around Australia have arrived in Brisbane to compete against each other in several categories of athletics and win various medals.

The young athletes have already started showing their talent in Brisbane today, and various associations are supporting their athletes to encourage them. The athletes are doing their best to take their state’s name to huge heights.

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