Australian Track and Field Championships Day 5-7
Liam Gilbert (CNS) coming off a strong day 1, Liam opened the second day with a 15.24 in the 110m hurdles to place second. In the discus, he threw 40.37m to place 1st and grow his lead further going into the final 3 events. In the pole vault Liam jumped 3.90m to place 4th. In the Javelin he threw 41.53m to place 3rd. In the final of event of the decathlon, the 1500m Liam ran 4:52.04 to place 7th. At the End of the decathlon Liam finished with 7074 points and finished 1st. By finishing 1st at the National championships, Liam has secured an automatic selection into the 2020 U20 Championships at Nairobi, Kenya.
Hannah Edwards (MUL) in the U17 Shot Put, throwing 14.31m to take 3rd place. In the Hammer throw, she threw 55.23m to take 2nd place off a count back. In the Discus, she threw 46.27m to take 2nd place. Hannah also moved into the Open Hammer throw, Shot Put and Discus where she progressed into the finals in every event. In the Open hammer she threw 46.94m to take 9th place. In the shot put she threw 11.38m to take 13th. In the Discus she threw 46.33m to take 7th place.
Tayla Gunton (PRM) in the women’s U20 3000m, with a gutsy effort Tayla ran a PB to finish 3rd in a time of 9:53.61.
ANQ Athlete Results:
Ashley Thomas (TNS) in the Men’s U18 Discus, threw 43.55m to take 7th place.
Harry Drovandi (PPA) in the Men’s U17 400m he ran 51.15 to take 4th. In the 800m he ran 1:58.02 to take 4th place.
Jett Grundy (KPL) in the men’s U17 400m, running 51.31 to take 4th
Kayne Kellett (TNS) in the U15 Para 100m running 17.41 (64.27%) to take the silver medal
Oliver Rule (MAC) in the men’s U17 1500m, running a 4:41.32 to take 11th. In the 800m he ran 2:11.58 to take 10th.
Akeesha Snowden (CNS) in the Ambulant 400m she ran 1:16.16 to take 4th place. In the Ambulant 100m she ran 15.04 to take 6th. In the Ambulant 200m she ran 31.70 to take 5th
Jade Bidgood (PPA) in the men’s Open 1500m, he ran 4:15 to take 17th.
Jake Doran (TNS) in the men’s Open 100m finals, running a 10.53 to take 9th
Unity Beitzel (CNS) in the second day of the U20 Heptathlon, the first event of the day Long Jump she jumped 5.08 to place 4th. In the Javelin she threw 26.02 to place 9th. In the final event of the heptathlon the 800m she ran 2:42.93 to place 4th. At the end of the event, Unity placed 5th with a point total of 4158.
Emily Keehn (CQA) the second day of the Open Heptathlon, the first event of the day Long Jump she jumped 4.65 to place 8th. In the Javelin she threw 29.69 to place 7th. In the final event of the heptathlon the 800m she ran 2:51.87 to place 7th. At the end of the event, Emily placed 8th with a point total of 3807.
Adam Jorgensen (RSV) in the men’s U17 110m Hurdles running 15.97 to place 8th. In the triple jump, he jumped 13.04 to place 7th. In the 400m Hurdles, Adam ran 59.34 to place 3rd and move into the finals.
Carlos Clermont (CNS) in the men’s U18 triple jump, jumping 12.80 to place 10th
Cooper Bell (PRM) in the men’s U18 2000m, ran a 6:07.52 to place 10th
Deklen Emonson (PRM) in the men’s U20 3000m, ran a 9:30.79 to place 16th
Emma Raciti (MUL) in the women’s U17 Hammer Throw, throwing 34.16 to place 12th
Kholan Hayes (TNS) in the men’s U17 Triple Jump, jumping 13.44 to place 5th
Maria Wilson (TNS) in the women’s U18 High Jump, jumping 1.50m to place 14th
Talarah Henseleit (CNS) in the women’s U17 100m, running a 12.55 to place 4th
Jascha Coetser (TNS) in the men’s open 110m Hurdles, running 19.83 after a fall on the 10th hurdle to place 8th.
Lindsey Hendy (TNS) in the men’s ambulant 400m, running 53.07 (88.29%) to place 3rd. in the 200m, Lindsey ran 23.73 (90.39%) to place 2nd
Triston Vincent (SAR) in the men’s Open Pole Vault, jumping 4.95 to place 3rd.
Toby Gillen (PRM) the men’s open 1500m, running 3:54.70 to place 13th