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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Brisbane Track Classic Results & VIDEOS - 11/02/2011

Brisbane Track Classic Results & VIDEOS - 11/02/2011

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Men 100 Metres - A Race
1 Davies, Matt QAS 10.43
2 Watt, Mitchell QAS 10.54
3 Hammond, Jake NSWIS 10.57
4 Fakiye, Patrick NSWIS 10.60
5 Gander, Liam NSW J10.60
6 Leathart, Tim NSW 10.63
7 Wroe, Sean VIS 10.76
8 Bateman, Todd SA 10.80
9 Mata, Lucas WA 11.02

Men's 100m A race

Men 100 Metres - B Race
1 Donovan, Hugh QLD 10.72
2 Finegan, Gary QLD 10.73
3 Musgrave, Chris QLD 10.84
4 McCabe, Andrew QLD 10.86
5 Silventoinen, Risto FIN 10.87
6 Conway, Jack QLD 10.94
8 Patmore, Simon QLD 11.34
9 Thrupp, Darren QAS 13.36

Women 100 Metres - A Race
(Wind +0.2)
1 Pearson, Sally QAS 11.35
2 VanVeenendaal, Charlotte QLD 11.63
3 Whaler, Laura NSWIS 11.77
4 Breen, Melissa ACT 11.78
5 Wisil, Toea PNG 11.80
6 Knox, Jessica NSW 12.04
7 Busby, Sarah QLD 12.17
8 Berryman, Kelsey NZ 12.53

Women's 100n A Race

Women 100 Metres - B Race
1 Sargent, Caitlin QLD 11.93
2 Attenborough, Crystal NT 12.01
3 Hayes, Bessie QLD J12.01
4 Trad, Virginia QLD 12.18
5 Hodge, Leanne SA 12.28
6 Jenkins, Elizabeth NSW 12.37
7 Fretwell, Chandell WA 12.67
8 Hearne, Stacey QLD 12.80

Men 200 Metres
(Wind +0.5)
1 Davies, Matt QAS 21.13
2 Wroe, Sean VIS 21.14
3 Leathart, Tim NSW 21.29
4 Hammond, Jake NSWIS 21.42
5 Gander, Liam NSW 21.48
6 Groth, Jacob NSWIS 21.50
7 Donovan, Hugh QLD 21.59
8 Silventoinen, Risto FIN 21.79
9 McCabe, Andrew QLD 21.90

Men's 200m

Women 200 Metres
(Wind: +0.4)
1 Pearson, Sally QAS 23.05
2 VanVeenendaal, Charlotte QLD 23.68
3 Henry, Jody WAIS 23.69
4 Whaler, Laura NSWIS 23.79
5 Wisil, Toea PNG 23.95
6 Tauro, Olivia NSWIS 23.96
7 Attenborough, Crystal NT 24.42
8 McCann, Shannon WAIS 24.47
9 Magi, Maris EST 24.59

Women's 200m

Men 400 Metres
1 Offereins, Ben WAIS 46.25
2 Moore, Kevin NSWIS 46.81
3 Jordan, Alex NZ 46.92
4 Solomon, Steven NSW 47.03
5 Watkins, Clay SASI 47.31
6 Lynch, Matt NSW 47.49
7 Beck, Alex QAS 47.91
8 Milburn, Joel NSWIS 48.62
9 Stone, Nelson PNG 48.66
10 Collings, Tyler NZ 49.99

Men 800 Metres - A Race
1 Renshaw, Lachlan NSWIS 1:47.35
2 Toohey, Nicholas QLD 1:47.72
3 Hammond, Matthew NSW 1:47.96
4 Rowe, Alexander VIS 1:48.22
5 Gurr, James NSW 1:48.36
6 Kaan, James NSWIS 1:48.71
7 Garrett, Tristan NSWIS 1:48.75
8 Ballam, Glen NZ 1:50.15
9 Diew, Kuey QAS 1:50.64
10 Oakley, Julian NZ 1:53.12

800m A Race

Men 800 Metres - B Race
1 Berry, Lee QAS 1:49.09
2 Boden, James SA 1:49.21
3 Plummer, Adrian QLD 1:49.59
4 Fox, Matt QLD 1:49.93
5 Bulmer, Daniel QLD 1:50.97
6 Vanderwoude, Blake QLD 1:51.35
7 Fitzpatrick, Simon VIC 1:52.47
8 Khudoshin, Kostya QLD 1:53.22
9 Botha, Werner QLD 1:54.68


An all-star line up of Australian track and field stars have tonight got the Australian Athletics Tour off to a flying start, with Commonwealth hurdles champion Sally Pearson, world championships medallist Ben Offereins and world discus champion Dani Samuels stealing the show at QSAC Stadium in Brisbane.

Stopping the clock at 11.35 (w: +0.2) at the first instalment of the five-stop Australian Athletics Tour, Sally Pearson edged out fellow Queenslander Charlotte Van Veenendaal (2nd, 11.63, 6 points) and NSWIS scholarship holder Laura Whaler (3rd, 11.77, 4 points) to take line honours in front of her home crowd.

Returning to the track for the 200m to close proceedings, Pearson blistered the straight to win in a time of 23.05 (w: +0.4), once again ahead of Van Veenendaal (23.68, 6 points) in second and WAIS scholarship holder Jody Henry (23.69, 4 points), third.

“I’m feeling great, my body is in great shape and I’ve got a lot left in me looking ahead this season,”
Pearson said.

“Domestically I am competing everywhere, Hobart’s next week, then Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Nationals.

“I’ll be focusing on sprints, and it’s really exciting to be doing something different.”

Joining Pearson atop the dais in Brisbane was Offereins, with the national 400m champion stopping the clock at 46.25 to take home the eight points for first ahead of Commonwealth Games relay team mate Kevin Moore (2nd, 46.81, 6 points) and New Zealander Alex Jordan (3rd, 46.92).

“I’ve only ran twice so far this year, and not across 400m, so to come out with a comfortable win was great,” Offereins said.

“I’ll be honest and say that I had eight weeks off after Comm (sic) Games and haven’t really done a solid base yet, the past couple of weeks have been my first real set of 400m training.

“My plan this season is to do my thing where I can, peak in April and then battle it out for a spot on the Daegu team.

“It’ll be tough but that’s the plan and that’s what I am working towards.”

In other track highlights:

- Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Andrea Miller (13.15, w: +0.4) took line honours in the women’s 100m hurdles.

- Australian Flame Matt Davies edged out world championships bronze medallist Mitchell Watt (2nd, 10.54) and 2010 world junior championships representative Jake Hammond (3rd, 10.57) to win the men’s 100m in a time of 10.43 (w: +0.2).

- Beijing Olympian Georgie Clarke stopped the clock at 4:17.63 to win the women’s 1500m.


Pearson dusts off cobwebs with win
Gold Coast Bulletin
February 12th, 2011

GOLD Coast golden girl Sally Pearson and Dani Samuels are promising better to come on the Australian Athletics Tour after both successfully dusted off the cobwebs with season-opening wins in Brisbane last night.

Olympic hurdles silver-medallist Pearson was impressive in taking out the 100-200 sprint double while world discus champion Samuels, competing in her first meet in five months, comfortably won her event.

Pearson was untroubled in easily winning both the 100m and 200m but was frustrated not to crack the 23-second barrier for the first time in the 200m.

She finished 0.03s off her personal best by clocking 23.05 and predicted she would lower it to at least 22.6 by the end of a domestic season in which she'll only compete in the flat sprints.

"I've been training so much better than (the 23.05 in the 200m), I really wanted to break 23 in that race ... but at least by the end of the season I'll be running 0.4 faster," the Gold Coaster said.

Pearson ran a solid 11.35s in the 100m, where Commonwealth Games teammate Melissa Breen (11.78) was a disappointing and devastated fourth.

"I'm satisfied, I thought it would be quicker and it felt quicker but for my second 100m since the Commonwealth Games it was not too shabby," she said.

"And my body is in great shape so I know there's a lot more left in me."

Declaring herself stronger than ever but keen to find her rhythm, Samuels threw 59.72m at the Brisbane Track Classic.

It was 5.7m off the 65.44 she posted in Berlin to win the 2009 world championships but around the same mark as winning throws in the 2009 and 2010 Australian season-openers.

"It's my first proper comp for the season and 59m is pretty much how I have opened the past two seasons," said Samuels, who is determined to defend her world title in Daegu, South Korea in August.

"I feel pretty strong and my body is right, now it's about getting consistent, used to competition and I know the distance will follow.

"I intend to compete everywhere this domestic season, head to Europe for a solid block of competition with all roads leading to Daegu."

Matt Davies took out the men's 100-200 double but was pushed hard by long jumper Mitchell Watt (10.54) to win the 100m in 10.43 and then nudged out 400m specialist Sean Wroe by 0.01 to take the 200m in 21.13.

Commonwealth Games pole vault champion Alana Boyd had a night shed rather forget, bombing out at 3.70m, opening the door for Queenslander Charmaine Lucock to win with 4.15m.

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