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Sprinters blown to quick times at Country

Sprinters blown to quick times at Country

Tailwinds were welcome by the sprinters and hurdles at the 73rd NSW Country Championships held at in Wollongong over the weekend.

Wednesday, 31 January 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1736)/Comments (0)/
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McDonald back from US and on track for the Games

McDonald back from US and on track for the Games

Two NSW rising distance stars, Morgan McDonald and Paige Campbell, have shared the limelight with Australia’s premier metric-miler, Linden Hall, at the Hunter Track Classic.

Sunday, 21 January 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1684)/Comments (0)/
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Three NSW athletes selected for the Commonwealth Games

Three NSW athletes selected for the Commonwealth Games

Three NSW athletes, Erin Cleaver, Celia Sullohern and Evan O’Hanlon were today been named in the Australian team for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1595)/Comments (0)/
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Smith wins national walk title in warm-up for Commonwealth trials

Smith wins national walk title in warm-up for Commonwealth trials

With one month to the Australia Championships and Commonwealth Games selection trials, NSW athletes were in action at four major venues across Australia over the weekend. The NSW 10,000m championships was held in Newcastle, while the sprinters were in action in Wollongong at the Illawarra Track Classic. Athletes also travelled to Perth for the Track Classic and the national 10,000m walk was held in Canberra which also hosted an allcomers and the ACT multi-event championships.

Sunday, 14 January 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (941)/Comments (0)/
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Teen sprinter John Gikas goes from nowhere to Gold Coast hope

Teen sprinter John Gikas goes from nowhere to Gold Coast hope

John who? Teenager, John Gikas has created one of the sensations of the season by going from obscurity to Gold Coast hope today at Homebush. He clocked a wind assisted 200m time of 20.43 – the fastest (all conditions – windy or legal) ever by an Australian junior and the fastest by an Australian for over 11 years. He also defeated Rio Olympian Alex Hartmann and his wind assisted time was under the Commonwealth Games A standard. David Tarbotton and Ron Bendall profiled this emerging star.

Saturday, 6 January 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (14669)/Comments (0)/
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