2021 Track Season Results

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  1. mastermulti

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    LOL I know ..... how on earth can that possibly lead to a good showing at Tokyo (shaking my head) racing these race toughened opponents - unless he's racing those aliens ...... so maybe one half reasonable run in Tokyo and he'll be done. Probably a 10.30 into a wind <sigh!>
     
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    on a great note "Athletes Australia" group on Facebook just reported these results in Switzerland overnight for

    Hana Basic : Heat 11.27 (0.0), Final 11.16 (1.8) PB

    Her effort to race in Europe looks to have netted rewards and confirmed Athletics Australia's trust in her. The mind and body adjusted to the new conditions.
    I haven't yet found the results of the meet but these would have been forwarded home by her personal team so they'd be legitimate

    Hana finished 2nd in the race won convincingly by German lass Alexandra Burghardt with a big PB of 11.01 (down from 11.14 set 4 weeks ago).
     
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    here we are, Men of Culture ... although this clip forgets to show her actually running.
    Another beauty over 6ft tall

     
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  4. Jimmy Chitwood

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    a THRILLING race in the women’s 400m at the European u23 championships, with the first SEVEN finishers setting personal-bests!

    our girls took all three medals, with a VERY close finish for gold-silver and then another eyelash separating bronze-fourth.

     
  5. white lightning

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    Congrats to Hana. Please let Australia pick her to go to Tokyo. She deserves it and she has earned the trip.

    Alexandra Burghardt running an wind legal 11.01 is epic! Germany has had many elite white female sprinters even recently. Two off the top of my head are Verena Sailer and
    the 24 year old Gina Luekenkemper who went sub 11 when she was only 20 years old. She went to college in the U.S. last I heard and has not raced much since. What
    a shame as she had so much talent. The German women also have three other
    sub 11.20 sprinters in Tatjanto Pinto, Lisa Mayer and Jennifer Montag. After that they have Lisa Nippgen & Rebekka Haase right in that range too. The German Womens
    Relay Team will be a force in the Olympics.
     
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    she IS going to Tokyo - was added to the team early during the week
     
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    Jul 10, 2021 | Meeting Bulle 11.01 seconds: Alexandra Burghardt scratches the "Sprint sound barrier" Alexandra Burghardt is getting faster and faster. With 11.01 seconds, the sprinter even scratched the "100-meter sound barrier" at the meeting in Bulle on Saturday. Alexandra Burghardt is getting in better shape just before the Olympics. The German 100-meter champion from the LG Gendorf Wacker Burghausen increased her best performance by 13 hundredths to 11.01 seconds (+1.8 m/sec) on Saturday afternoon at the Meeting de la Gruyère in Bulle (Switzerland).At 11.13 seconds, she had already been ahead of her best time at the German Championships in Braunschweig. "Oh my God, what just happened," Alexandra Burghardt wrote on Instagram after the race. To assign the time: In European comparison, this year only the European triple champion Dina Asher-Smith (Great Britain) was faster than the 27-year-old. At the same time, it is the best time of a German sprinter in three years. At the Euro 2018 in Berlin, Gina Lückenkemper (SCC Berlin) was 10.98 seconds below the eleven-second mark in both the semi-finals and the finals. Alexandra Burghardt beat Australian Hana Basic (11.16 sec) and Zoe Hobbs (New Zealand; 11.41 sec). The 27-year-old is a frequent guest at meetings and training in Switzerland. Their coach Patrick Saile has been part of the Swiss national team for several months. The currently best German sprinter trains several times a month for three to four days in Zurich.
     
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    Yaroslava Mahuchikh is European u23 champion and record holder in the women’s high jump, clearing 2.0 meters.

     
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    Some impressive performances (to me) at the Euro U23 Championships today were:

    Dalia Kaddari winning the 200m in a very impressive time of 22.64. 3rd fastest time by a European this year.
    She is a very smooth (and fast runner).

    Allesandro Sibilio of Italy winning the 400m hurdles in an exceptional time of 48.42, while celebrating over the last 15 meters. The championship record is held by WR holder Karsten Warhom, 48.37. Sibilio could have broken that record if he didn't celebrate in advance, and had run hard through the finish.
    As it is, his time is the 4th fastest European this year.
    He is another very smooth runner.

    Ricky Petrucciani of Switzerland won the 400m in 45.02. 2nd fastest time by a European this year.
    This guy has been improving steadily.

    Pia Skrzyszowska won the women's 100m hurdles in 12.77. 5th fastest European this year. She is also a 100m sprinter, and I think she could have medaled in that event as well.

    I expect these four to be standout performers at the senior level in the future.
     
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    hey guys - look what I was notified of today. A sighting of the abducted one!
    Not bad with a -1.4 and no competition. Proves he's in decent shape
    Men 100 Metre Open Name Team Finals Finals 1 Browning, Rohan 10.20 -1.4 2 Mwea, Lataisi 11.38 -1.4 3 O'Hanlon, Evan 11.47 -1.4 4 McLellan, Luke 11.48 -1.4

    Nice for him to go up to the nice, warm sunshine 3,000 kms north.. Sydney has been around 60F and raining for the past 2 weeks. Let's trust in his coach's ability to peak him on time. I think he can approach 10 flat with good weather and and nice tailwind but of course there's no guaranteeing either. Wouldn't sneaking his way into a semi be nice?

    (those other 3 guys were running 11.40e themselves. Shows the daylight between average fast guys and an Olympian)

     
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    our only women sprinter in the 200, Riley Day, ran a 11.31 PB (1.3) at the same meet in Cairns, northern Queensland, and a nice still wind 22.82 200m.
    Too bad we don't have 2 of her (she runs a very nice bend) and 2 of Hana to run a relay
     
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    Best news of the day by far! He looks like Thor only with dark hair instead of blonde hair. Maybe he can get one more run before Tokyo. I would advise it but with better competition. There is a
    huge difference between pressure and no pressure. Prepare the young man at all levels before the biggest Dream Track Meet of his life!
     
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    our old friend Guliyev runs at Sotteville, Paris in about 3 hours time. Let's see how he's faring. He's up against Divine Oduduru with a season best of 19.88. Should be a pointer to where he's at!

    Lane - Name- Country- Age -DoB- Personal best - Season best
    1 DABLA Fabrice TOG 20.11.92 20"98 (17) 21"19 2 ZEZE Ryan FRA 29.01.98 20"71 (19) 20"75 3 MATADI Emmanuel LBR 15.04.91 20"44 (16) 20"44 4 MARTINEZ Yancarlos DOM 08.08.92 20"19 (16) 20"21 5 GULIYEV Ramil TUR 29.05.90 19"76 (18) 20"43 6 EDWARD Alonso PAN 08.12.89 19"81 (09) 20"22 7 ODUDURU Divine *** 07.10.96 19"73 (19) 19"88 8 ELLIS Nigel JAM 08.08.97 20"36 (18) 20"41
     
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    I dont know if anyone posted thgis but Shae Anderson was nominated to go to the Tokyo Olympics as part of the relay pool. If she runs in the heats and the US team medals she will receive a medal as well! On a side note Andersons times in the 400mh and 400m would have won both races at the Euro under 23's

    As I hadnt seen the 400mh finals at the under 23's I watched it a few times. First off the Polish women rock, the French negro athlete looked shocked and pissed off, Zoe Sedney eased off at the finish and just hung on for 4th, I think she realized she would not medal and gave up with about 5m to go.
     
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    Ramil Guliyev didn't look good at all with his 20.78 in Paris, 6/10ths behind the first 2 placegetters.
    He needs some yams, toute de suite
     
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    It's normal for most guys to slow down in their 30's. Unless your doing those magical yams. I wonder where Gatlin gets his from? Lol. So many cheaters worldwide.

    If it's Ramil Guliyevs Swan Song so be it! He gave us some of the track thrills of a lifetime. Absolute legend! No one can argue what he has accomplished! :)
     
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    yes, I was thinking perhaps he's recovering from injury - injuries happen more often, get harder to overcome as the accumulation of scar tissue takes away elasticity and flexibility.
    Sally Pearson was expressing that as she retired.
    Ramil's been great, a truly inspiring athlete
     
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    I'm hoping for a lot from Ash Moloney in Tokyo. He's now 21, a bit young to be among the world's best decathletes, but over 90kgs and around 6'4". And can sprint for a big ld as evidenced by his 100 and 400 here. I wonder where he can improve this outing?

    100 Metres 10.36 -0.3 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 19 DEC 2020 1086

    200 Metres 21.62 -0.6 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 08 MAR 2020 981

    400 Metres 45.82 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 19 DEC 2020 1124

    1500 Metres 4:42.65 Ratina Stadium, Tampere (FIN) 11 JUL 2018 425

    110 m/H 14.09 +1.0 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 14 MAR 2021 1050

    High Jump 2.11 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 19 DEC 2020 1011

    Pole Vault 5.00 Townsville (AUS) 26 JUN 2019 994

    Long Jump 7.72 +0.8 SOPAC, Sydney (AUS) 15 APR 2021 1077

    Triple Jump 14.20 +1.0 Brisbane (AUS) 19 MAR 2016 870

    Shot Put 14.60 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 13 MAR 2021 800

    Discus Throw 45.11 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 04 JUN 2021 788

    Javelin Throw 57.77 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 20 DEC 2020 786

    Decathlon 8492 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 20 DEC 2020 AR, NR


    *Decathlon U20 8190 Ratina Stadium, Tampere (FIN) 11 JUL 2018 Junior W/champ
     
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    his training partner is part of the reason - Cedric Dubler is also great quality athlete and one of Ash's mentors. It's rare to have 2 nearly 8,500 point athletes in a country like Australia

    Cedric Dubler

    100 Metres 10.63 +1.7 Gold Coast (AUS) 16 FEB 2018 999

    200 Metres 22.19 * +3.0 Perth (AUS) 14 FEB 2015 881

    400 Metres 47.84 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 19 DEC 2020 991

    1500 Metres 4:29.69 Mösle-Stadium, Götzis (AUT) 26 MAY 2019 540

    110 m/H 13.86 +1.1 Perth (AUS) 13 JAN 2018 1092

    High Jump 2.15 SOPAC, Sydney (AUS) 31 MAR 2016 1046

    Pole Vault 5.20 Gold Coast (AUS) 17 FEB 2018 1048

    Long Jump 7.74 +1.2 Hayward Field, Eugene, OR (USA) 22 JUL 2014 1081

    Long Jump 7.90 * +4.2 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 14 MAR 2021 1091

    Shot Put 13.29 Aquatic & Rec Centre, Mackay Qld 03 OCT 2020 722

    Discus Throw 46.01 Aquatic & Rec Centre, Mackay 04 OCT 2020 804

    Javelin Throw 62.48 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 20 DEC 2020 853

    Decathlon 8367 QSAC, Nathan, Brisbane (AUS) 20 DEC 2020 1183


    Decathlon U20 8094 Hayward Field, Eugene, OR (USA) 23 JUL 2014
     
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    thanks for that W/L
     
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    any news of note from the u20’s first day?
     
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    Edward Faulds, GB, 45.95 in the 400m semis
    Kornelia Lesiewicz, Poland, 52.64 in the women's 400m semis
    Matteo Melluzzo, Italy, 10.33 in the 100m semis
    Minke Bisschops, Netherlands, 11.35 in the women's 100m semis
     

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