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  • #16
    Originally posted by typpo View Post
    WJR to 17-year-old Nina Kennedy tonight in Perth in the women's pole vault - 4.59!
    Video and Interview:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOkh6Ir6VMQ#t=10632
    Bolt's last year...and my last year as a track fan, it's been fun

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    • #17
      At the same meet in Perth, Kim Mickle threw the WCQ in the women's javelin, recording 63.87. I think it was her first comp since the last European season.

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      • #18
        Perth highlights:

        Women 100 Metre Open
        (w: 2.8) 1, Melissa Breen, 11.41.
        Women 200 Metre Open
        (w: 2.8) 1, Melissa Breen, 23.75.
        Women 400 Metre Open
        1, Cailtin Sargent, 53.26. 2, Morgan Mitchell, 53.64.
        Women 100 Metre Hurdle Open
        (w: 2.3) 1, Michelle Jenneke, 13.11. 2, Brianna Beahan, 13.18.
        Women 400 Metre Hurdle Open
        1, Lauren Wells, 57.60.
        Women Pole Vault Open
        1, Nina Kennedy, 4.59m, A. 2, Elizabeth Parnov, 4.43m. 3, Alana
        Boyd, 4.35m.
        Women Javelin Open
        1, Kim Mickle, 63.87m 2, Kathryn Mitchell 58.62m. 3,
        Kelsey-Lee Roberts, 58.50m
        Men 1 Mile Run Herb Elliott Open
        1, Zak Patterson, 4:01.88.
        Men Pole Vault Open
        1, Kurtis Marschall, 5.20m. 2, Angus Armstrong, 5.20m.
        Men Long Jump Open
        1, Robbie Crowther, 7.86m, w:3.7.
        Men Triple Jump Open
        1, Tetteh Anang, 16.06m, w:2.1.
        Men Discus Throw Open
        1, Julian Wruck, 62.60m. 2, Matthew Denny, 59.30m.
        Men Javelin Open
        1, Hamish Peacock, 81.31m. 2, Matthew Outzen, 78.95m.

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        • #19
          The Adelaide Track Classic will begin at 6:00 p.m. local time, or 2:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time in the USA. I'm not too sure about the time Athletics Australia will begin its webcast but I think it will start at about 3:15 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. It's at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0PZuvSz17A. Happy viewing.
          ralmcg
          Senior Member
          Last edited by ralmcg; 02-21-2015, 07:05 AM.

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          • #20
            Big early result from Adelaide as Dani Samuels's strong series and meet record:

            FOUL 63.67m 65.20m 62.61m 64.61m 64.56m

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            • #21
              Adelaide highlights:
              Women 200 Metre Open
              (w: -0.8) 1, Monica Brennan, 23.91.
              Women 1500 Metre Open 1, Melissa Duncan, 4:10.56.
              Women 3000 Metre Open 1 Zoe Buckman, 8:56.29 PR
              Women Pole Vault Open 1 Alana Boyd, 4.45m. Nina Kennedy NH.
              Women Long Jump Open 1 Brooke Stratton, 6.73m w:+0.0 PR (#5 all-time Australian)
              Women Discus Throw Open 1, Dani Samuels, 65.20m
              Women Javelin Throw Open 1, Li Lingwei, CHN, 63.19m. 2, Kathryn Mitchell, 59.72m. 3, Kelsey-Lee Roberts, 59.71m.

              Men 800 Metre Open 1 Jeffrey Riseley, 1:46.52. 2, Alexander Rowe, 1:47.36.
              Men 400 Metre Hurdles Open 1, Michael Cochrane, NZL, 50.15.

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              • #22
                Brisbane highlights:

                W100mH 12.74 (0.3) Pearson
                WDT Samuels 64.14

                M110mH (0.1) 13.52 Nick Hough PR (#2 Aussie all-time) 13.82 Sam Baines

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                • #23
                  In Melbourne today:
                  Rudisha 1:44.94. Jeffrey Riseley 2nd in 1:45.29.
                  Sally Pearson under 13 seconds (12.93)
                  Alonso Edwards 20.65 in the 200m.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Jacksf View Post
                    In Melbourne today:
                    Rudisha 1:44.94. Jeffrey Riseley 2nd in 1:45.29.
                    Sally Pearson under 13 seconds (12.93)
                    Alonso Edwards 20.65 in the 200m.
                    No glory for the field events?

                    MSP Tom Walsh 21.37 (AR) - This was massive! He is almost a meter over Jacko now!
                    WJT Both Viljoen (South Africa) and Mickle over 66m!
                    WPV Alana Boyd 4.50 SB
                    MLJ Henry Frayne just over 7.60 but with 5 fouls!

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                    • #25
                      Surely one of the weakest Melb Classics ever.

                      A few movers on the Aussie all-time lists from the Sydney and Melb meets:
                      Sam Baines' 13.67 (1.5) moves him to #5 110mH
                      Brandon Starc's 2.30 moves him to =#4 HJ (while his brother is doing a great job in the Aussie cricket team)
                      Damien Birkenhead becomes 4th Aussie man to throw 20m+ within his 20.23 SP
                      19yo Matt Denny is now #10 DTer with his 61.55
                      Matt Outzen is now #9 JTer with 81.80 (and 10th Aussie over 80m)
                      Madeleine Heiner is #10 woman over 5000 with her 15.21.09 and #4 steepler with her 9.31.03
                      19yo Hannah Joye is #8 woman HJer with her 1.92

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Sasuke View Post
                        No glory for the field events?

                        MSP Tom Walsh 21.37 (AR) - This was massive! He is almost a meter over Jacko now!
                        And goes into the world lead for now, ahead of Ryan Whiting's 21.27 at Waitakere Stadium 4 weeks ago. Walsh did 20.24 that day. Tom Walsh is a big man. But the thing I remembered most about that day in Waitakere was that Walsh looked like a midget next to Whiting.

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                        • #27
                          Sally Pearson 12.59
                          Michelle Jenneke 12.82 (first sub-13:00)
                          Wind +1.3
                          aaronk
                          Senior Member
                          Last edited by aaronk; 03-29-2015, 08:31 AM.

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                          • #28
                            The men's hurdles saw PBs for first 3: (w: 1.5) 1, Hough, Nicholas, 13.42. 2, Baines,
                            Sam, 13.54. 3 Hawkins, Joshua, NZL, 13.69.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by aaronk View Post
                              Michelle Jenneke 12.82 (first sub-13:00)
                              Wind +1.3
                              No, 2nd time. She broke 13 for the first time a couple of hours earlier in the heat!
                              http://m.theage.com.au/sport/athleti...29-1maa7y.html

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                              • #30
                                And Jacko Gill threw 20.75 for a win...

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