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  • #61
    BOX HILL - 20 JANUARY

    1500 Mathas NZL 3-46.08

    800 Sanford 2-04.26
    1500 Hollingsworth (b05) 4-12.13 Greene NZL 4-17.19

    23 second PB for young Claudia

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    • #62
      Even with a few absentees, some good fields in Brissie for the Sally Pearson Shield tomorrow. Zac Holdsworth, Anas Abu Ganaba & Monique Quirk up from Sydney.

      100 Omuvwie, Hartmann, Holdsworth, Doran, Miers
      200 Hartmann, Abu Ganaba, Doran

      100/200 Lewis, Quirk

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      • #63
        Some of today's results yet to show up...

        HOBART - 21 JAN

        200 (1.1) Pybus 21.20

        FLAGSTAFF - 21 JAN

        60H Andrews 7.72 WIQ

        BRISBANE - 22 JAN

        100 (0.5) Doran 10.44 Hartmann 10.49 Holdsworth 10.57 Miers 10.63
        110H (1.2) Hurwood 14.27

        100 (3.8) Lewis (b05) 11.18 Reynolds (b03) 11.50 Harris (b04) 11.66
        LJ Harper 6.12m (2.3) & 5.97m (0.2)

        Rainy conditions at Nathan today didn't stop Torrie Lewis from impressing again, albeit with a strong wind at her back.


        Kiwi Zoe Hobbs clocked a NZL record of 11.21 for 100m (& 11.14w) today so she could provide decent competition for our Aussie girls later in the season. Iiaan Whelpton with 10.19 (1.8) and a windy 10.09 today can, along with Nketia Jr, add further depth to our men's fields.

        GEELONG - 22 JAN

        100 (1.0) Mitrevski 10.27
        110H U20 (1.2) Willis 13.86

        100H (0.6) Shaw 13.65

        Chris Mitrevski showing again that he is not just a LJ specialist. Be interesting to see how he runs with some competition - he won here by almost 0.7.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

          100 (3.8) Lewis (b05) 11.18

          Chris Mitrevski showing again that he is not just a LJ specialist. Be interesting to see how he runs with some competition - he won here by almost 0.7.
          Torrie Lewis's time is around 11.39 in still conditions compared to her December 2021 PB of 11.33 +1.5, which is worth around 11.43.

          Christopher Mitrevksi makes his first appearance on the AUS alltime list for 100m, improving his official 2017 PB of 10.62 +0.1 in the process. It's worth noting that he ran a 10.21 +2.5 in December at Aberfeldie, which was worth around 10.33, so this time is not unexpected as it's equivalent to 10.32.

          He also moves past to 2nd on the combined points list for 100/LJ behind Mitchell Watt and ahead of Peter Burge, the only three in the sub-10.50/+8m club. Now he just needs to get his LJ up to their standards...

          Athlete 100 LJ 100Pts LJPts TotPts
          Mitchell Watt 10.31 8.54 1101 1255 2356
          Chris Mitrevski 10.27 8.05 1115 1148 2263
          Peter Burge 10.46 8.30 1052 1203 2255
          Jack Hale 10.12 7.66 1165 1063 2228
          Zane Branco 10.33 7.84 1095 1102 2197
          Andrew Murphy 10.46 7.88 1052 1111 2163
          Ian Campbell 10.44 7.76 1059 1085 2144

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          • #65
            "LIVE" results suck for many state organisations. Two hours after the event if you're lucky. Sometmies never. The poor hamsters that died powering - or not - those results.

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            • #66
              11.18w is really moving for a junior, any Australian juniors run faster in all conditions?

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              • #67
                BRISBANE additions

                200 (1.8) Doran 20.85 Hartmann 21.01 Abu Ganaba 21.14
                LJ Miers 7.42m (2.9)

                MAITLAND - 22 JAN

                400 Gunn 47.02
                LJ Fairweather 7.57m (4.5) & 7.43m (1.1)

                HJ Whelan 1.80m

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by Speedster View Post
                  11.18w is really moving for a junior, any Australian juniors run faster in all conditions?
                  Raelene's 11.20 in the Mexico City altitude is the only thing close.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

                    Raelene's 11.20 in the Mexico City altitude is the only thing close.
                    Torrie Lewis is the fastest outright time by anybody in the U-18 or U-20 categories but Boyle's 11.33adj/11.20 +1.2 at 2250m still leads the alltime adjusted list.

                    From my wind and altitude adjusted data set (last updated 5/12/21), I could only find two U-18 athletes with adjusted times at 11.50 or better - Boyle and Wells. Torrie Lewis now makes it three with her weekend run of 11.39adj/11.18w and her official PB of 11.43adj/11.33 +1.5.

                    Still, while her times are right up there with Boyle, she's still a long way from OG finals. I will be interested to see how much she carves off her current bests over the course of the season. Tables by age group below. I'll update with recent performances sometime next month.

                    Adjusted Mark WIND Competitor Venue Date AgeInYear IAAFGroup
                    11.33 11.20 1.2 Raelene BOYLE Ciudad de México 15-Oct-68 17 U-18
                    11.40 11.29 0.8 Raelene BOYLE Ciudad de México 14-Oct-68 17 U-18
                    11.48 11.41 0.0 Raelene BOYLE Ciudad de México 15-Oct-68 17 U-18
                    11.50 11.47 0.5 Debbie WELLS Montreal 24-Jul-76 15 U-18
                    11.51 11.44 0.0 Raelene BOYLE Ciudad de México 14-Oct-68 17 U-18
                    Adjusted Mark WIND Competitor Venue Date AgeInYear IAAFGroup
                    11.37 11.43 -0.7 Lauren HEWITT Melbourne 2-Mar-97 19 U-20
                    11.46 11.33 1.9 Melissa BREEN Canberra 8-Nov-08 18 U-20
                    11.46 11.50 -0.8 Melissa BREEN Canberra 7-Mar-09 19 U-20
                    11.48 11.49 -0.1 Sally PEARSON Grosseto 13-Jul-04 18 U-20
                    11.48 11.41 1.1 Sally PEARSON Brisbane 26-Nov-05 19 U-20
                    11.49 11.40 1.4 Erin HEWITT Jamsankoski 10-Jul-98 19 U-20
                    11.50 11.40 1.5 Sally PEARSON Grosseto 14-Jul-04 18 U-20

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                    • #70
                      And here are the fastest windy times by Australians that are equal or better to Lewis' 11.18w

                      11.01 +2.8 Johnson 89
                      11.02 +3.0 Gainsford 00
                      11.13 +3.8 Van Heer 99
                      11.14 +2.4 Basic 21
                      11.15 +3.8 Freeman 94
                      11.18 +3.3 Hewitt 00
                      11.18 +3.0 Peris 00
                      11.18 +2.7 Day 21

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                      • #71
                        A few more marks from the weekend:

                        IOWA CITY - 22 JAN

                        60H Douglas 7.61 NIR

                        MURUMBEENA - 22 JAN

                        TJ Hinson (b03) 16.17m (2.9) & 15.78m

                        MAITLAND - 23 JAN

                        U20 110H (1.3) Lightfoot 13.52

                        200 (0.0) Bronte Carroll 23.62
                        LJ Gunn (b03) 6.21m (0.9) Brittany Carroll 6.20m (0.1)

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                        • #72
                          Preview of the Zatopek/National 10000m Champs tomorrow:

                          https://www.athletics.com.au/news/za...0-preview2022/

                          Women's field probably more interesting than the men.

                          Will be streamed on AA's YT channel from 6pm Melbourne time


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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post
                            Preview of the Zatopek/National 10000m Champs tomorrow:

                            https://www.athletics.com.au/news/za...0-preview2022/

                            Women's field probably more interesting than the men.

                            Will be streamed on AA's YT channel from 6pm Melbourne time

                            I think Izzy Batt-Doyle has knocked on a bit more over this last year than Rose Davies has. So, I fancy Batt-Doyle to turn the tables this year. World Championship standards (31:25) are a possibility I think and maybe also for Britain's Charlotte Purdue (only a 32:03 PB from 2012 but this is her first track 10,000 for 6 years).

                            Also, 16 year-old Claudia Hollingsworth is going again in the 1500. This time she has Abbey Caldwell (4:07 PB) to pull her along. Sub-4:10 for Claudia maybe?

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post

                              I think Izzy Batt-Doyle has knocked on a bit more over this last year than Rose Davies has. So, I fancy Batt-Doyle to turn the tables this year.

                              Sub-4:10 for Claudia maybe?
                              Yes I agree with that. Our marathoners also have a shot at some fast times though it will still be around 30 celsius when the race is held.

                              I hope someone is doing early pace duties in the 1500 as it shouldn't be left up to Claudia though she ran a fine solo 4-12 in her last start.

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                              • #75
                                Live stream at https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/...70140321011832

                                800 Bisset 2-01.20 Sanford 2-03.55

                                Good opener for Trina under her new coach.

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