Tim on right, matching strides with Willi Sawall and David Smith in the 1978 Canberra 20 miler
Tim has been a member of the Victorian Race Walking Club since 1966 when he first joined as a sub-junior (Under 17) member. His history with the club includes many milestones which include
At the time of writing, he also fulfils a number of other notable roles in the Australian walking scene including
Apart from the many administrative roles he has undertaken, Tim served the club for many years as an active competitor and represented VRWC, Victoria and Australia in racewalking competitions on many occasions.
His most significant international representations included
During his impressive career he was placed in 28 Victorian and 6 Australian championships. From 1974 to 1981 he was placed seven times in the LBG 20 miles title, including second place behind Sawall on five occasions.
He is also an Australian Centurion and a former British 50 km champion. In latter times, he dusted off the shoes and took silver and bronze in the 2001 World Veterans Games walks in Brisbane and gold and silver in the 2002 World Masters walks in Melbourne. Now he has officially retired from racing and continues to work for the club as a key official.
His life membership was awarded in 2005.