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  • Aussie Results/News 2019

    A few promising results around the country this weekend including:

    BRISBANE
    200 (-0.9) Branco 20.92 Doran 20.93
    200 (-0.6) Beecher 23.34
    100H (-1.9) Clay 13.43

    CANBERRA
    200 (1.4) Nketia 20.83
    60 (1.7) Breen 7.44
    100y (2.5) Breen 10.66
    200 (2.2) Wells 23.35 Blackburn 23.93
    400 Blackburn 52.93 Wells 53.47
    HEP Burnett 5648 (inc 1.91m HJ)

    PERTH
    PV Carruthers 5.60m
    100 (1.7) Beahan 11.54

  • #2
    PBs galore there:

    Doran (d.o.b. 17 jul 2000) down from 21.52 (and more aligned to his 10.15)
    Beecher down from 23.81
    Nketia (d.o.b. 8 May 2001) down from 21.40 (and secured family record from his Dad NZ 100m Record holder Gus)
    Carruthers improves from 5.55

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    • #3
      PERTH - 18 Jan
      PV Parnova 4.56m Murto FIN 4.51m
      PV Armstrong & Wecksten FIN 5.40m Carruthers & Clough 5.30m

      MELBOURNE - 18 Jan
      100 (1.5) Despard 10.43
      100H (-2.8) Mucci 13.53

      MELBOURNE (Doncaster) - 19 Jan
      LJ Stratton 6.61
      LJ Roper 7.79, Mitrevski 7.75

      BRISBANE - 19 Jan
      100 (1.8) Doran 10.30 Hartman 10.37...Nwoko (b 2003) 10.75
      200 (3.3) Hartman 20.71
      JAV O'Brien 79.28m White 75.67m

      100 (1.1) Wisil PNG 11.69
      200 (1.3) Eaton 23.99 Connolly 24.12 Beer 24.13
      HAM Roberts (b 2003) 56.98m (3kg)


      CANBERRA - 20 JAN
      100m (0.4) Breen 11.58
      Last edited by Vault-emort; 01-20-2019, 10:29 PM.

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      • #4
        The first decent meets of the Aussie season - Newcastle & Canberra - are on tonight & Monday.

        NEWCASTLE
        Start lists (full ones at http://nswathletics.org.au/LinkClick...1NIqybykqOkiGQ
        ) include:

        100 Abu-Ganaba
        600 Bol Deng Beck
        1500 Gusman Bol(?)
        SP Birkinhead

        600 Mitchell Thomas Storey
        100H Jenneke
        HJ Burnett
        HAM Hulley

        Live stream: https://athstv.jwpapp.com/ (should start about 6pm Sydney time)

        CANBERRA
        Start lists (full ones at http://athletics.com.au/Portals/56/C....1.19%20V1.pdf) include:

        100/200 Doran Hale Hartmann Nketia
        PV Marschall Carruthers Armstrong
        LJ Mitrevski Roper
        SP Birkinhead
        JAV Peacock

        200 Beecher Rubie-Renshaw Pasternatsky
        400 Thornton O'Grady Blackburn
        800 Griffiths Thomas Small Mitchell
        400H Wells Carli Klein
        LJ Stratton Mucci Penney

        Live stream: https://athstv.jwpapp.com/ (should commence 2pm Monday Sydney time)

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        • #5
          Nothing too exciting from Newcastle tonight and quite a few DNS.

          100 (-0.5) Abu-Ganaba 10.45
          600 Bol 1-16.26 Cohen 1-16.37 Perrott 1-16.61 Deng 1-16.73
          1500 Matthews 3-41.81 Hansen 3-42.99
          SP Birkinhead 19.26m

          600 Mitchell 1-30.19
          1500 Murray 4-15.99
          HAM Hulley 66.54m

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Vault-emort View Post
            Nothing too exciting from Newcastle tonight and quite a few DNS.

            100 (-0.5) Abu-Ganaba 10.45
            600 Bol 1-16.26 Cohen 1-16.37 Perrott 1-16.61 Deng 1-16.73
            1500 Matthews 3-41.81 Hansen 3-42.99
            SP Birkinhead 19.26m

            600 Mitchell 1-30.19
            1500 Murray 4-15.99
            HAM Hulley 66.54m
            Based on that 600m, are we predicting a 2.04 for Mitchell?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Speedster View Post
              Based on that 600m, are we predicting a 2.04 for Mitchell?
              Given the fact she is a 51 400 runner at her best, and a 52.x last year, 1.30 is slow. She should be able to run at least in the 1.28 range... she seems to have been moving up recently (IAAF lists even a 1500 for her, just above 4.30, not bad), I wonder is she will be able to keep her speed...

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              • #8
                I've seen the last 100m on social media and it looks like a solo run. I did think she'd be a little faster but might need the competition or better conditions to get there. I am not 100% but she might be working with Michelle Mathews, the mum and coach of Luke Mathews who is obviously a middle distance runner.

                Rubie-Renshaw dabbled with the 800m recently too but neither have translated the 23.5/51 speed to a 2.00 or below as Tamsyn Lewis (Manou) did back in the 2000s.

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                • #9
                  BRISBANE - 26 JAN
                  100 (2.3) Williams 10.42
                  200 (1.8) Nasir Taib 20.94 Williams 20.98
                  TJ Konie 16.00m (1.8)
                  DIS Denny 64.09m

                  100/200 Connolly 11.84 (1.0)/24.05 (2.7)

                  Tomorrow in Canberra will be interesting for Morgan if (IF) there is a decent 400 pace and Thomas, Small & Griffith are there at the end. Thomas was listed to run in Newcastle and she would've been my pick for the win up there if she had started. Mitchell does usually finish strong but she is still in unfamiliar territory. Should be warm and hopefully not too gusty tomorrow. I would think a 2-02/03 would be pleasing for Morgan.
                  Last edited by Vault-emort; 01-27-2019, 10:04 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vault-emort
                    Should be warm and hopefully not too gusty tomorrow.
                    Could be ideal conditions (hot/humid/legal wind) for sprinters/jumpers if the following happens.

                    "17-30C (63-86F) Cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers. The chance of a thunderstorm in the morning. Light winds."

                    Better than the 41.5C (107F) yesterday.

                    In other matters published in the local rag, Kurtis Marschall talks about 6.05 or even 6.10 being needed to medal in 東京 and thinks he is up for it.

                    Keely Small talks about breaking not just 2 minutes but also Charlene Rendina's national record. Coach Dr. Philo Saunders reckons she can go well below that.

                    Jack Hale is focussing on 東京 but his side project is to run 10.10/20.40 to make الدوحة

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                    • #11
                      Alexandra Hulley takes the WHT with a promising 67.79, her 5th best throw and second best "away" throw after last year's CWG.

                      Rank Distance Date Location
                      1 68.66 6-Aug-17 Sydney
                      2 68.20 10-Apr-18 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
                      3 67.91 8-Oct-17 Sydney Throwers Club
                      4 67.85 3-Sep-17 Sydney Throwers Club of NSW
                      5 67.79 28-Jan-19 Canberra Festival
                      6 67.09 6-Jan-18 Sydney Treloar Shield

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                      • #12
                        Apparently, there was a M100 as part of pre-meet events this morning won by Jack Hale with a moderate 10.45 ( -0.1), followed by Jacob Despard well down on his season best with a 10.76.

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                        • #13
                          Lauren Wells suffers her first loss to an Australian athlete that I can remember. Sarah Carli won in 55.67, just in front of Wells with 55.72.

                          Carli ran this time off a PB flat 400 of 54.67 just two weeks ago and her hurdles time is also a new PB, down from 56.87 last year.

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                          • #14
                            Heptathlete Celeste Mucci (5915) probably surprised a few people winning the W100m in 11.60 (0.7) just ahead of Maddie Coates in 11.61 with Brittany Burkitt in third with 11.68. Aussie record holder Melissa Breen had a bad day with 11.71 in 4th.

                            Mucci's time is a PB, dropping well under her 11.85 (1.9) from Feb 2018. Unsurprisingly, her time is still a bit slower than her 11.48 (6.0!) last year.

                            Jack Hale backed up again from his morning 10.45 (-0.1) to drop two tenths to win in 10.23 (+0.1) with Ed Nketia NZ following in 10.30 and Jake Doran in 10.41.

                            Hale's 10.23 is just behind his PB of 10.21 (+1.9) in Mannheim last year. However, that PB is worth a 10.31 corrected compared to a corrected time of 10.25 for his run today. Coach should be pretty happy with that.

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                            • #15
                              Angeline Blackburn wins the W400 52.71 just ahead of Gabriella O'Grady in 53.03 with Jess Stafford filling the minor place in 54.39. Blackburn's time is a new PB, down from 52.83 at the same venue 12 months ago. O'Grady dropped a 52.38PB in Sydney in December last year, so we might have an interesting W400 season this year.

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