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  • #16
    Originally posted by Glorydays View Post
    In Hastings today:

    Zoe Hobbs 11.15 (1.4) NR WC CG qualifier
    This qualifies for Birmingham and Eugene?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Speedster View Post

      This qualifies for Birmingham and Eugene?
      Well the IAAF (I now refuse WA nomenclature) has WC qualifiers of M/distance/F of :

      10.05 100m 11.15
      20.24 200m 22.80
      44.90 400m 51.35

      However, NZL might set much tougher standards to "encourage" their lazy athletes to greatnes for the CWG...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Speedster View Post

        This qualifies for Birmingham and Eugene?
        Yes, I believe that it does

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Tuariki View Post

          Yes, I believe that it does
          Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to guarantee selcection.

          I had a deeper look at the two selection criteria. As usual, there's more complexity than can be covered in a short post but here's the key points as I see them.

          For WC, the 11.15 by Hobbs is a necessary but insufficient condition to make the team. You have to make the IAAF standard AND be considered by the selectors as being top-16 material at international championships.

          So a one off time is fine for IAAF but not NZL as you are expected to perform consistently at top-16 level for interantional championships and they can take into account basically anything they want to determine that. There's some variation in how harshly they will judge you, depending if you are first timer, or not, and on your age.

          For CWG, the NZL Olympic Committee has set a quota for 18 able bodied athletes, including relay members!!

          The standards are higher than the WC with W100 at 11.10 "A" standard and 11.15 "B" standard. They expect multiple As including winning at Trials as being the highest priority for selection. There's a number of lower priority standards depending on how many quota places are left.

          There's also an event priority order to inform who gets picked when the above process identifies numbers of athletes that exceed quota numbers. The event groups in priority order, are: Throws, distance, PV/HJ, other events.

          The source documents:

          https://athletics.org.nz/wp-content/...-Version-1.pdf

          https://www.olympic.org.nz/assets/20...nal-Update.pdf

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          • #20
            Sir Graeme Douglas meet in Auckland today, first track event:
            400H Portia Bing 55.50 NR

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            • #21
              WShot - Madison Weschhe 18.49
              MShot - Tom Walsh 21.26
              W100 - Hobbd 11.18
              MHJ - Kerr 2.30
              Last edited by Tuariki; 02-20-2022, 05:36 AM.

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              • #22
                Wind just over the legal limit for Hobbs but she seems to be getting consistent. Hopefully she will be crossing the ditch soon to race her Aussie rivals.

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                • #23
                  Additional Auckland results from today:

                  Women
                  100 (2.1) Hobbs 11.18 Elliott 11.37 Percy 11.51 Wilson 11.56
                  400 Elliott 52.99pb Neal 53.35pb Smart 53.85pb (2.6pb for Rosie Elliott the 100/200 specialist)
                  1500 Nagel 4:15.37pb
                  4x100 NZA (Percy, Elliott, Hulls , Wilson) 44.20 = NZR without Zoe Hobbs!
                  JT Peeters 56.50
                  PV McTaggart 4.45

                  Men
                  100 (2.5) Whelpton 10.21
                  400 Revell-Lewis (b.04) 47.49 pb Preston 47.87pb
                  1500 Oakley 3:42.47

                  Womens 4x100 should be sub 44 with Zoe Hobbs in the team.
                  Rosie Elliott might need to think about permanent move up to the 400, a result which shows some potential in the event considering her focus on 100/200 to date.
                  17 yr old Lex Revell-Lewis showing some promise, big 400pb, also ran 10.81w in the 100 and a week ago ran a debut 1:54 800!

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                  • #24
                    Very windy conditions in Christchurch today for the International Track Meet (without internationals of course due to border still being closed!)

                    Men
                    200m (4.8) Whelpton 20.70
                    800m Preston 1:47.31 Tanner 1:48.35
                    HT Nobilo 66.44
                    SP Walsh 20.71

                    Women
                    200m (3.8) Hulls 23.01 Elliott 23.03 Percy 23.82
                    HT Bruce 65.88
                    DT Kaumoana 56.51 pb Havea (b.03) 50.63 Kennelly (b.06) 47.45
                    SP Havea 15.63

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                    • #25
                      1st day of NZ senior champs in Hastings today, perfect conditions with temp mid 20's nice tail winds for the sprinters, just too strong for Zoe Hobbs unfortunately. Highlights so far:

                      Women
                      100m (2.7) Hobbs 11.07 Elliott 11.34 Wilson 11.54
                      400m Elliott 52.59 pb Neale 52.79 pb
                      800 Manning 2:03.76 pb Camp 2:05.68 Hauke 2:05.95
                      400mH Bing 55.44 another .06 improvement to her NR with no competition
                      JT Peeters 62.40 NR and qualifier for everything!
                      PV McTaggart 4.65 pb another CGA std
                      HJ O'Hagen 1.88 pb CGB Skelton 1.86 pb
                      Both Lauren Bruce and Nicole Bradley over 70 in the Hammer but don't have the exact marks

                      Men
                      100m (2.8) Osei-Nketia 10.20 Tianne Whelpton pulled up with about 20m to go with a hamstring cramp, looked to have Eddie beat!
                      800m Preston 1:47.00 sole run Harding (b.03) 1:49.22
                      5000m Wilde 13:46.41 (Olympic tri bronze medallist) Oakley 14:03.93 first defeat at any distance all season
                      SP Walsh 21.55 Gill 21.21 (only 3 throws retired with a leg niggle) Palmer 19.04pb

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Glorydays View Post
                        1st day of NZ senior champs in Hastings today, perfect conditions with temp mid 20's nice tail winds for the sprinters, just too strong for Zoe Hobbs unfortunately.
                        Zoe Hobbs' 11.07 +2.7 = 11.22 adjusted (11.12 with +2.0), whereas her PB of 11.15 +1.4 = 11.24, so she's maintaining a consistent high standard irrespective of conditions. Is it confirmed that she is coming to AUS for the big meets and Nationals?

                        Torie Peeters NR pushes Stephanie Wrathall (#2 AT performer) with 55.26, down to #25 AT performance. Peeters owns all the rest of the performances!

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Glorydays View Post
                          Both Lauren Bruce and Nicole Bradley over 70 in the Hammer but don't have the exact marks
                          73.44 Bruce
                          70.45 Bradley

                          Don't know why Radcliffe wasn't competing.
                          But pretty awesome for lil ol NZ to have 3 women over 70m

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                          • #28
                            HT Bruce 73.34 Bradley 70.45

                            I believe Zoe Hobbs is looking to run the 60 at world indoors. Bing and Peeters definitely heading over the ditch though and others will too with no isolation requirements when coming back to NZ now.

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                            • #29
                              Interview with Hobbs at NZ Nationals suggests she will look to run World Indoors, returning via Australia Nationals in Perth and Brisbane Grand Prix......

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Jamiesonrc View Post
                                returning via Australia Nationals in Perth and Brisbane Grand Prix......
                                Nationals aren't in Perth anymore. Sydney.

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