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  • #16
    Originally posted by rhizobium View Post
    Did not have this on my bingo card this year.

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    • #17
      Sad news and we will have to wait for testing of the B-sample in a few weeks to see what happens.

      And I guess the testers will also be paying attention to his training partners Deng & Oboye.

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      • #18
        PERTH - 20 JAN
        PV Marschall 5.60m

        200 (0.6) Hanne 23.60

        Looks like another fairly low-key weekend around the tracks with not many internationals on the start lists.

        Looking forward to seeing what Torrie Lewis can do in her return to the track in Brisbane though.​

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post
          Sad news and we will have to wait for testing of the B-sample in a few weeks to see what happens.

          And I guess the testers will also be paying attention to his training partners Deng & Oboye.
          And don't forget the non-Aussies in the fast8 crew: Guy Learnmonth (UK), Brad Mathas (NZ)... and the old man Riseley...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

            Looking forward to seeing what Torrie Lewis can do in her return to the track in Brisbane though.​
            Early results from QLD:

            Torrie Lewis 11.47 (-2.5)
            Jacob Despard 10.35 (0.2)
            Annie McGuire LJ 6.53m (-1.0) PB (prev best 6.49 in Dec, 2020)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by AS View Post

              Early results from QLD:

              Torrie Lewis 11.47 (-2.5)
              Jacob Despard 10.35 (0.2)
              Annie McGuire LJ 6.53m (-1.0) PB (prev best 6.49 in Dec, 2020)
              Calab Law 20.45 (-0.3)

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              • #22
                BRISBANE
                100 (0.2) Despard 10.35 Abu Ganaba 10.52
                200 (-0.3) Law 20.45 Despard 20.78 Kennedy 21.05

                100 (-2.5) Lewis (b05) 11.47 Edwards 11.75
                200 (0.1) Lewis 23.06 Harris (b04) 23.84

                ADELAIDE
                200 (2.6) Hunt 21.23 Hejka 21.39

                200 (1.7) Stallan 23.86

                GEELONG
                100 (2.9) Penny 10.29

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by AS View Post
                  Early results from QLD:

                  Torrie Lewis 11.47 (-2.5)
                  That time converts to a new basic PB where 11.47 (-2.5) = 11.26.

                  Compare this to her two fastest raw times from last domestic season, both in Brisbane:

                  11.33 (+1.5) - 11.43
                  11.35 (-0.5) - 11.31​

                  Her 3rd fastest is slower in adjusted terms than the two above and her 4th fastest time is, surprisingly, also 11.47 but with (0.0) in Adelaide. A very clear improvement in only her second 100 of the season.

                  Added to her PB last week of 53.32, it's no surprise her same day 23.06 (0.1) is also a new PB, beating her previous of 23.18 (-0.9)

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by El Toro View Post

                    no surprise her same day 23.06 (0.1) is also a new PB(-0.9)
                    The Number 4 (I hate how you can't type # 4 on this forum) AUS U20 A/T with only Boyle/Lamy (altitude) & Riley Day ahead of her atm.

                    Not even another 1/2/4 sprinter like Cathy could run this fast just a few days after her 18th birthday.

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                    • #25
                      There was a Letsrun thread about Cameron Myers 3:40.60 yesterday (?) as a 16-yr old (dob 6/9/06) at this VMC Meet Blogs listed on this results hub. You have to click on the meet and then the "A" heat of the 1500:



                      Edit: Jakob I. holds the single age 16 record at 3:39.92, according to

                      Last edited by steveu; 01-24-2023, 04:08 PM.

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                      • #26
                        Also at VMC

                        W800 Ellie Sanford 2:02.35 (just 0.37 of her PB from June 2022) and Morgan Mitchell in slow 2:06.43

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post

                          The Number 4 (I hate how you can't type # 4 on this forum) AUS U20 A/T with only Boyle/Lamy (altitude) & Riley Day ahead of her atm.

                          Not even another 1/2/4 sprinter like Cathy could run this fast just a few days after her 18th birthday.
                          I did however watch her run a 23.36 -1.7, (~23.20 in still conditions) in Brisbane on 18 Mar 1990 shortly after her 17th...

                          If memory serves me correctly (ha!), the next year when she turned 18, she had started building a proper base for 400m ahead of Barcelona 92, so her times weren't that flash. However by 1992, she carved 2s off her 400m PB and made her OG debut over the lap, so it was worth it.

                          She really didn't get fast times at 100/200 until a year later when she PBd at 100/200/400 at late 19, early 20 age.

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                          • #28
                            Not sure if this was noted earlier but the new superpower in decathlon has another strong potential for 8000+ score.
                            Colby Eddowes (Fr1-Arkensas) is leading the heptathlon standing with a score of 5703 (10-dec-2022).
                            Since then he broke his collegiate best in the LJ (7.53) and 60h (8.01).
                            He should be able to make it to the iNCAA final and with an improvement in the PV (4.50) and 1000 (2:58) he can challenge for a top-10.

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                            • #29
                              Update on venue for 2026 CWG athletics at:

                              This thread is to contain information on the preparations for the next Commwealth Games in one place. The next CWG will be held in the Australia state of Victoria from 17-29 March 2026 and will be marketed as Victoria 2026. This will be the first CWG focused on a multi-city model and will be based in regional Victoria unlike

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                              • #30
                                A few more talents coming out to play in Brisvegas tomorrow.

                                Lally vs Gollshevsy in W DIS
                                Torrie Lewis vs Riley Day in W100
                                Ash Moloney in M400

                                The ACT Champs are also on but the fields are not so deep as previous years:

                                Last edited by Vault-emort; 01-27-2023, 09:08 AM.

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