Event Dates:

fri 29th March - mon 1st April 2024

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Update 22 March:  This event is now sold out. 

Details for ticket-holders for the AMA Awards function:

Sunday 31 March, 2024

6:30pm for a 7:00pm start.

Special Guest Speaker: Hugh van Cuylenburg, founder of The Resilience Project.

  • Sadly Hugh has advised he is now unable to attend in person due to personal reasons, however he will link in via video on the night.

Venue: The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel - 1 Macquarie St, Hobart - The Wapping Room

Location Map


  • canapes

  • drinks available to purchase


THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. No further tickets are available. 


There is limited parking at The Old Woolstore, but ample parking nearby. Click on 'Parking' on the location map to find the nearest spot.


Nutrition for Exercise, and Recovery

We would like to extend an invitation to athletes and coaches to join Gaye Rutherford (Participate Tasmania) and one of her Senior Physiotherapists to discuss nutrition for exercise and the importance of recovery.

Saturday 30 March 2024

5:30pm in the Function Room - upstairs at the Domain Athletics Centre.

About Gaye Rutherford:

Gaye has practiced professionally for over 20 years, commencing her career in a busy Melbourne hospital before returning to her home state of Tasmania where she has since worked with a range of organisations and individuals. She consults to the Tasmanian Institute of Sport and was excited to work with the Australian Paralympic Team on the ground in Tokyo at the 2021 Paralympics.

Gaye’s areas of interest are sports nutrition (at all levels from recreational to elite), gut health (including managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease), and the challenges of disordered eating.

The bar will be open for drinks on the evening.





Athletics, Bible, Prayer and Nibblies
Friday 29 March, 6pm to 7pm in “The Froggy Wise” Room - upstairs past the area where you register.
Stephen Liggins (NSW, M55), Eliana Seymour (Qld, W35) and Adriana Van Bockel Pesch (NSW, W70) would like to invite anyone who is interested to come along and take part in a short sports-related Bible study/discussion, pray, chat and have some nibblies (juice, cheese and biscuits) with other athletes competing at the championships.
Please contact Stephen (0402 642 373) Eliana (0459 029 339) if you are interested or have any questions. Or just come along! Afterwards, some of us will go out for dinner. Please contact Eliana if you are interested in attending the dinner.

acknowledgement of country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania)Aboriginal land, sea and waterways. We acknowledge, with deep respect the traditional owners of this land, the palawa people. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.
The Australian Masters Athletics National Championships is supported by the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania
© Tasmanian Masters Athletics 2024