Sydney University Athletic Club members came away from the 2024 Sydney Track Classic with five medals, including two golds.

Rohan Browning, the second fastest Australian sprinter of all time, won the final of the Men’s 100m with a time of 10.29, relegating countryman Jacob Despart (10.38) and Sierra Leone’s Ismail Kamara (10.44) to the minor placings.

Liz Clay won the Women’s 100m Hurdle in 12.97, with club mate Michelle Jenneke (12.97) claiming silver ahead of Danielle Shaw (13.11).

Erin Shaw also came away with a silver medal in the Women’s High Jump with a 1.84m clearance. Eleanor Patterson took the gold with a 1.88m jump, while Izobelle Louison-Roe earned the bronze with a 1.80m clearance.

And Alex Beck earned a bronze in the Men’s 400m in 46.24 behind Cooper Sherman (45.71) and Luke Van Ratingen (45.84).

Other SUAC members to make their mark at the Track Classic included Bec Bennett, 4th in the 400m in 54.03; Lachlan Raper, 4th in the 800m in 1:46.96; Mitchell Hatfield, 5th in the Men’s High Jump with a PB of 2.10m; Alex Harrison, 5th in the Women’s High Jump with a 1.75m clearance; Obssa Youssouff, 5th in the 800m with a PB 1:47.95; Chris Ius, 5th in the 100m in 10.47; Jenny Blundell, 6th in the 3000m National Championships with a PB and club record time of 8:43.59; and Connor Whiteley, 13th in the 3000m National Championships with a PB time of 7:57.93.

The 2024 Sydney Track Classic was the highest level meet held in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs for the past three decades with top-tier athletes from across Australia and overseas competing.