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  • #31
    a good article on NZ 1500m runner Sam Tanner, ex U of Washington

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/other-...nd-nick-willis

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    • #32
      No Val Adams, but Madison Weschhe wins in 19.10m

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      • #33
        NZ team announced for world indoors:
        60m Zoe Hobbs
        3000m Geordie Beamish, Hamish Carson
        SP Tom and Jacko
        HJ Hamish Kerr

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Glorydays View Post
          NZ team announced for world indoors:
          60m Zoe Hobbs
          3000m Geordie Beamish, Hamish Carson
          SP Tom and Jacko
          HJ Hamish Kerr
          Good to see Hobbs make a NZL team after last year's unfortunate decision.

          We also know Beamish is in form. He set a NRs indoors over 5000 in December last year, 3000 in January this year as well as a PB over 1500 of 3:39.86 in early February which put him at #4 on the NZL indoor all time list.

          With his 1/100 win outdoors over Ollie Hoare in 3:36.53 at the Sound Running TEN, he now passes his previous 3:37.57 to push Dick Quax out of 11th place AT outdoors.

          [DOH!! - edit to change 1500 to outdoor data not indoor ]
          Last edited by El Toro; 03-07-2022, 06:27 AM.

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          • #35
            World indoors update:
            Jacko out injured
            Hamish Carson out with illness
            PVer Olivia McTaggart a late addition if she can get her poles to Europe!!

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            • #36
              Leah Belfield is a sophomore at West Texas University from Te Awamutu, New Zealand.
              At the NCAA Div. II Indoor Championships this weekend, she won the 200m in 23.93, and placed 2nd in the 60m in 7.40.

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              • #37
                Brisbane Track Classic - NZL athletes

                Rosie Elliott won the W400 in 52.83, her second fastest time after her 52.59 at Hawkes Bay earlier this year. This is only her third time under 53, all this year.

                1 Elliott, Rosie 97 New Zealand 52.83
                2 Carli, Sarah 94 Australia 52.90

                James Preston and Brad Mathas filled the minor placings in the M1500, showing potential for the northern season.

                Preston just off his PB of 1:46.25 set in Sydney last month. Mathas set a year's best of 1:46.50, slashing his previous best of 1:47.42 from the same race as Preston's PB. However, he still has a bit to go to match his 2021 PB of 1:46.01 in Canberra.

                1 Bol, Peter 94 Australia 1:46.12
                2 Preston, James 97 New Zealand 1:46.38
                3 Mathas, Brad 93 New Zealand 1:46.50

                "Aussie" Eddie Nketia finished second in the M100.

                1 Doran, Jake 00 Australia 10.28 -1.5
                2 Osei-Nketia, Edward 01 New Zealand 10.30 -1.5

                Livvy Wilson finished 5th in the W100 with 11.79 +0.2, outside her top 10 lifetime runs.

                Sam Tanner finished 3rd in the M1500 with 3:41.18, Jordan McLennan was a DNF

                1 Davies, Callum 99 Australia 3:40.67
                2 Thomas, Jude 02 Australia 3:41.11
                3 Tanner, Samuel 00 New Zealand 3:41.18

                Georgia Hulls finished 2nd in the W200 with 23.56 into a 1.6 headwind. This is still her 7th fastest time ever!

                1 Lewis, Torrie 05 Australia 23.18 -1.6
                2 Hulls, Georgia 99 New Zealand 23.56 -1.6


                Holly Manning finished 8th in the W800 in 2:06.71, 3 seconds down on her PB of 2:03.76 from earlier this year. With a 59s first lap by winner Bendere Oboya, there was every opportunity for fast times.

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                • #38
                  Shizuoka International 3 May 2022

                  800 Final 3

                  1. Brad Mathas 1:46.10

                  Third fastest time ever, after his 1:46.01 at the 2021 Canberra Track Classic and 1:46.07 finishing 5th in the 2018 CWG final.

                  San Juan Capistrano 6 May 2022

                  M1500 Final 1

                  4. Samuel Tanner 3:38.58 (PB 3:36.44, 2021)

                  M1500 Final 2

                  5. Theo Quax 3:39.85 (PB is 3:39.84 (!) from 2019)

                  Seiko Golden Grand Prix 8 May 2022

                  M800

                  1. Brad Mathas 1:46.58 (9th fastest time)

                  WJT

                  5. Tori Peeters 60.40 (4th best competition, out of 6 over 60m)
                  Last edited by El Toro; 05-08-2022, 08:07 AM.

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                  • #39
                    NZL WC Team has been announced and has a maximum of 18 athletes, comprising 7 with the standard and 11 conditional selections reliant on IAAF rankings.

                    Breakdown by event groupings:
                    • Sprints/Hurdles (4 - F3/M1)
                    • Middle/Long (3 - 0/3)
                    • Jumps/Vault (4 - 3/1)
                    • Throws (7 - 5/2)
                    • Mar/RW (0 -0/0)


                    WOMEN (max 11)

                    Entry Standard (4)
                    • Lauren Bruce (hammer)
                    • Zoe Hobbs (100m)
                    • Julia Ratcliffe (hammer)
                    • Maddi Wesche (shot)

                    Conditionally Selected (7)
                    • Imogen Ayris (pole vault)
                    • Portia Bing (400m hurdles)
                    • Nicole Bradley (hammer)
                    • Georgia Hulls (200m)
                    • Olivia McTaggart (pole vault)
                    • Keeley O’Hagan (high jump)
                    • Tori Peeters (javelin)


                    MEN (max 7)

                    Entry Standard (3)
                    • Geordie Beamish (5000m)
                    • Jacko Gill (shot)
                    • Tom Walsh (shot)

                    Conditionally Selected (4)
                    • Hamish Kerr (high jump)
                    • Brad Mathas (800m)
                    • Eddie Osei-Nketia (100m)
                    • James Preston (800m)

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by El Toro View Post
                      NZL WC Team has been announced and has a maximum of 18 athletes, comprising 7 with the standard and 11 conditional selections reliant on IAAF rankings.

                      Breakdown by event groupings:
                      • Sprints/Hurdles (4 - F3/M1)
                      • Middle/Long (3 - 0/3)
                      • Jumps/Vault (4 - 3/1)
                      • Throws (7 - 5/2)
                      • Mar/RW (0 -0/0)


                      WOMEN (max 11)

                      Entry Standard (4)
                      • Lauren Bruce (hammer)
                      • Zoe Hobbs (100m)
                      • Julia Ratcliffe (hammer)
                      • Maddi Wesche (shot)

                      Conditionally Selected (7)
                      • Imogen Ayris (pole vault)
                      • Portia Bing (400m hurdles)
                      • Nicole Bradley (hammer)
                      • Georgia Hulls (200m)
                      • Olivia McTaggart (pole vault)
                      • Keeley O’Hagan (high jump)
                      • Tori Peeters (javelin)


                      MEN (max 7)

                      Entry Standard (3)
                      • Geordie Beamish (5000m)
                      • Jacko Gill (shot)
                      • Tom Walsh (shot)

                      Conditionally Selected (4)
                      • Hamish Kerr (high jump)
                      • Brad Mathas (800m)
                      • Eddie Osei-Nketia (100m)
                      • James Preston (800m)
                      Great to see Hobbs selected. She did a solid job in Belgrade and handled the Australian sprinters easily afterwards. Tough call, but I'd probably put money on NZ getting a woman sub 11 before we do in Australia...

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Speedster View Post

                        Great to see Hobbs selected. She did a solid job in Belgrade and handled the Australian sprinters easily afterwards. Tough call, but I'd probably put money on NZ getting a woman sub 11 before we do in Australia...
                        Bold! However, I think you might be right, unless the AIS develops some springier spikes...

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                        • #42
                          Tucson Elite Classic
                          University of Arizona
                          19 May 2022

                          WHT

                          2. Lauren Bruce 72.35m (F F 65.81 71.10 72.35 F)

                          2nd best competition this year after her 73.34 at the NZL Champs and = 12th career competition. PB/NR/AR = 74.61 from 2021.

                          M1500

                          2. Sam Tanner 3:35.61 PB

                          # 6 NZL performer alltime up from # 9 with previous best of 3:36.44

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                          • #43
                            Tom Walsh, MSP record holder, starts in Ostrava, Tuesday against a solid field. He seems to have emerged from a few difficult years during COVID but his first two overseas competitions of 21.60 and 21.96 were both better than anything domestically unlike last year where he struggled to improve on his NZL best. Fingers crossed for something closer to his 2019 season.

                            Joe Kovacs is the only thrower in the field over 22m this year with 22.49, clear of Italy's Zane Weir who set a PB of 21.99 back in March. Walsh with a season best of 21.96 is third ranked behind them but I wouldn't be surprised if he joined Kovacs with 22m+ overnight, although I'd still be betting on a Kovacs win.

                            Everybody else is down by close to a metre on SBs but the worst PB is 21.94, so that's unlikely to stay the case as the big men get into the swing of their seasons.

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                            • #44
                              Another NR (and Area Record) from Hobbs in Mackay, Aus at Oceania Champs: 11.09 (0.8)

                              Other NZ results on note:

                              Osei-Nketia 10.23
                              Whelpton 10.36 (10.22 heat)

                              U18 Women Final:
                              van Rooyen NZ 11.88 (0.9), 11.67 heat
                              Venida NZ 11.89 (0.9)

                              Kerr 2.24m

                              Peeters 60.63m

                              O'Hagan 1.82m

                              Tanner 3:42.56

                              Max Atwell Dec 11.03w, 7.31, 12.51, 1.92, 48.06 for 4016 Day 1
                              Last edited by AS; 06-08-2022, 01:13 AM.

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                              • #45
                                Atwell won Dec with PB of 7635

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