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  • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post

    Are you referring to the single camera streams this guy does? - https://www.facebook.com/visiontrack...d/live_videos/

    Or, is there something better that I'm not aware of? Believe me, I've searched high and wide many times in the past.
    Sorry, it was just a joke. I thouight the smiley face was sufficient but I forgot about the passion of the RW community.

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    • PB from Imogen Barrett in winning SEC 800: 2:01.42. She was also 5th in 1500m (4:14.79)

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      • At ACC
        w1500 2. Maudie Skyring 4:09.83 (equals her PB from 2021 I believe)

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        • Gary Haasbroek competed in the decathlon at the Big 12 Conference championships on the weekend. However, injury intervened and prevented an expected PB but he still finished 7th, scoring 2 points for his institution.

          Detailed post in the combined events thread: https://forum.trackandfieldnews.com/...16#post1748116

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          • Pac-12 Championships, Eugene

            Australians noticed, apologies to others not. Results in chronological order.

            Friday 13 May

            Izzy Bott-Thornton (Oregon) ran 1500 heat of 4:20.83

            Maisie Stevens (Cal) ran 200 heat in 24.16 (+0.7)and did not proceed. The final q time 23.89 (-0.9)

            Saturday 14 May

            Maise Stevens (Cal) ran 100 heat in 11.44 (+1.3) to finish 2nd and gain a Q.

            Carley Thomas (Washington) came second in her W800 heat with 2:03.55 for a Q. This trimmed 3/100s off her previous SB of 2:03.58 at San Juan Capistrano 10 days ago.

            Sunday 15 May

            Maisie Stevens (Cal) ran in the 4x100 final finishing 4th in 44.22. (Team: Jada Hicks, Ezinne Abba, Maisie Stevens, Alysha Shaheed).

            Izzy Bott-Thornton faded throughout the race to finish 11th in the W1500 final in 4:26.38. The splits show her in 5th, 6th, 9th and 11th.

            Maisie Stevens (Cal) finished 5th in the W100 final in 11.49 (-0.1).

            Carley Thomas (Washington) won the W800 in 2:02.93 SB improving 0.62 on her previous SB set in Saturday's heats. This is also her fastest outdoor time since she set her PB of 2:01.01 at the Müller Anniversary Games in London back in July 2019. She did run a 2:02.75 indoors in 2020 but did not have an outdoor season that year.

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            • Maisie Stevens and her Cal relay team mates added another time to their university's all time list at the Pac 12 Champs. Their 44.22 is Cal's second fastest team ever but doesn't increase Steven's share of top-10 times because it pushed her own # 10 time from last year down to # 11. Latest Cal relay all time listing:

              1. 43.99 Hicks, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              2. 44.25 Hicks, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              3. 44.22 Hicks, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              4. 44.28 Omwanghe, T. Johnson, Hawes, Carter - 2004
              5. 44.32 Broom, Bonty, Holmes, Garrett - 2008
              6. 44.39 Hicks, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              7. 44.45 Richardson, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              8. 44.49 Wise, Corrales Nelson, Stevens, Patterson - 2019
              9. 44.51 Spinks, Abba, Stevens, Shaheed - 2022
              10. 44.56 Dixon, Bonty, Lewis, Garrett - 2009
              11. 44.59 Abba, Stevens, Redon, Wise - 2021
              12. 44.66 Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett - 2009
              13. 44.75 Price, Stewart, Dixon, Garrett - 2011

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              • Originally posted by El Toro View Post
                Pac-12 Championships, Eugene

                Australians noticed, apologies to others not.
                Of course there was at least one at Pac-12:

                Ky Robinson (Stanford) had a very successful weekend in M3000SC 2nd 8:33.91 SB and M5000 3rd 13:36.80.


                At other conference championships on the weekend:

                Big 10

                Adam Spencer (Wisconsin) 1500 1st Ht 1 3:50.94 Q/ 1st Final 3:52.43

                Jackson Sharp (Wisconsin) 1500 1st Ht 3 3:45.05 Q/ 6th Final 3:53.55

                Oli Raimond (Michigan) 5000 16th Final 14:31.01


                SEC

                Imogen Barrett (Florida) (mentioned above by AS) W800 2:04.22Q / 1st Final 2:01.42 PB - # 23 AUS alltime performer

                W1500 4:17.15q / 5th Final 4:14.79 (PB 4:14.55, 15 April 2022)


                ACC

                Maude Skyring (Florida State) (AS mentioned above) 1500 4:22.66Q / 2nd Final 4:09.83 =PB (4:09.83 NCAA SF1, Eugene 10 June 2021) # 25 AUS alltime performer.

                Lauren Ryan (Florida State) 10000 1st 32:56.53 (PB 32:16.11 4th Zátopek 10, Box Hill 26 JAN 2021)


                Mountain West

                Amelia Mazza-Downie (New Mexico)

                3rd W5000 16:02.58


                Non conference events

                Azusa Pacific University Last Chance 13 May

                Ruby Smee (San Francisco) Hobart, TAS

                10000 1st 34:00.88

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                • Athletics Australia announced the initial selection of athletes for the CWG. Only 18 able bodied athletes were named out of a maximum possible team of 69.

                  https://www.athletics.com.au/news/ch...ield-and-road/


                  Female

                  Catriona Bisset 800m
                  Eleanor Patterson High Jump
                  Jemima Montag 10000m Walk
                  Jessica Hull 5000m
                  Kelsey-Lee Barber Javelin
                  Liz Clay 100m Hurdles
                  Nicola McDermott High Jump
                  Nina Kennedy Pole Vault
                  Sinead Diver Marathon

                  Male

                  Ash Moloney Decathlon
                  Cedric Dubler Decathlon
                  Jack Rayner Marathon
                  Kurtis Marschall Pole Vault
                  Kyle Swan 10000m Walk
                  Liam Adams Marathon
                  Matthew Denny Discus
                  Oliver Hoare 1500m
                  Peter Bol 800m

                  Interestingly, Dubler and Moloney intend to do the WC/CWG double in the decathlon.

                  See post https://forum.trackandfieldnews.com/...17#post1748217

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                  • Athletics Australia posted a wrap up of AUS performances around the world including in NCAA. There are a few NCAA athletes mentioned that I didn't cover in posts above.

                    https://www.athletics.com.au/news/wi...aa-heating-up/

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                    • When Kelsey-Lee Barber announced her move to Brisbane, she said something about a possible throwing centre of excellence. I started envisioning a greenfield, open field arrangement like the Concordia University Throws Centre: https://goo.gl/maps/D8ayHrF9s39WWT3A6

                      However, this throwing centre has now been announced and will be built at the usable but rather less spacious northern end of the Qld State Athletics Facility, the second track at the 1982 CWG venue in Brisbane. Funding will be shared between the Qld Academy of Sport and Athletics Australia.

                      There are both good and bad things about having a centralised facility, so it will be interesting to see if the intention is to move athletes there or if it is intended to be more of a resource to coaches everywhere.

                      Announcement here with some stilted statements by athletes: https://www.athletics.com.au/news/ne...inning-throws/

                      Google maps link: Throwing Centre of Excellence

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                      • Originally posted by El Toro View Post

                        Announcement here with some stilted statements by athletes: https://www.athletics.com.au/news/ne...inning-throws/
                        Hammer never seems to be mentioned in any of these 'throws' releases

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                        • Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

                          Hammer never seems to be mentioned in any of these 'throws' releases
                          It didn't make it into the opening paragraph but the Stirling Hinchcliff quote in para 4 does mention it. Oh, and in the diagram, it gets top billing in the Hammer/Discus circle lable!

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                          • Aussies at Birmingham DL:
                            W1500m: Griffith, Hull, Sanford (pacing?)
                            W5000m: Davies, Batt-Doyle, Billings

                            M800m: Bol
                            M1500m: Hoare, McSweyn, Ramsden
                            MDT:

                            https://london.diamondleague.com/lists-results-london/

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                            • Abbey Caldwell with a 4:04.18 win at USATF Distance Classic at Mt Sac. PB by 0.61s and moves up to 7th all-time (0.01 behind Griffith) from 8th (jumps Blundell).

                              At same meet:
                              Amy Cashin won steeple in 9:31.28 (not a PB, but still quick). Brielle Erbacher 5th in 9.46. Nat Rule 4:13.66 in 1500. Paige Campbell 16:16 in 5000m. Jack Bruce 13:39. McEntee 13.54

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                              • Originally posted by AS View Post
                                Abbey Caldwell with a 4:04.18 win at USATF Distance Classic at Mt Sac. PB by 0.61s and moves up to 7th all-time (0.01 behind Griffith) from 8th (jumps Blundell).

                                At same meet:
                                Amy Cashin won steeple in 9:31.28 (not a PB, but still quick). Brielle Erbacher 5th in 9.46. Nat Rule 4:13.66 in 1500. Paige Campbell 16:16 in 5000m. Jack Bruce 13:39. McEntee 13.54
                                Some additional results from that same competition

                                M800
                                Charlie Hunter DNF

                                M3000SC
                                10. Matthew Clarke 8:33.83 ( PB 8:22.13 / SB 8:28.74 )
                                17. Max Stevens 8:45.83 (PB 8:29.48 / SB 8:30.70 )

                                M1500
                                R1. 5. Adam Goddard (b. 2003) 3:46.56 PB Improves from 3:47.26 on 10 March 2022.
                                R2. 13. Mick Stanovsek 3:54.95 (PB 3:39.49 / SB 3:42.04 Brisbane Track Classic )

                                M5000
                                8. Kang Nyoak 14:10.22 PB (debut)

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