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TTGAC Little Athletes:
Tea Tree Gully Little Athletics Centre provides a fun, friendly and inclusive environment where children from the ages of 3yrs through to 17 years of age, can learn and practice fundamental athletic skills, develop coordination, and improve their overall fitness levels.
Little Athletics places an emphasis on active participation and personal improvement.
It encourages children to set personal goals, strive for their best performance, and develop a lifelong love for sports and physical activity. It also focuses on fostering qualities such as sportsmanship, teamwork, and perseverance.
The Tea Tree Gully Little Athletics Centre encourages children to participate in various track and field events, such as sprints, long-distance running, hurdles, relays, shot put, discus, long jump, high jump, and javelin. These events are modified to suit the age and abilities of the participants.
Little Athletics operates on a club-based system, run by volunteers, with clubs organizing regular training sessions and meets.
Tea Tree Gully Little Athletics Centre hosts it&amp;#039;s home meet competitions on Sunday mornings during the athletics season, which runs from September to March. Participants compete against other athletes in their age group.
During the season the TTGLAC participate in inter-club competitions and State events where athletes can showcase their skills and compete against other clubs and centres.
Overall, Little Athletics provides a supportive and inclusive environment for children to engage in athletics, learn new skills, make friends, and lead an active lifestyle.
Founded in 1973, the South Australian Little Athletics Association (SALAA) is a community-focused organisation which promotes the sport of Athletics for children aged 3-17 years. The events are specially modified to suit the ages and abilities of children and a wide range of running, jumping, throwing and walking events are conducted.