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1 Terang Results on Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:42 pm

JH

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70M Open
1  Jesse Cordoma  6.00
2  Nathan Riali  1.50
3 Jason Bailey  5.25
7.84

120M Open Gift
1  Leonard King  5.75
2  Kuei Kuei  6.00
3  Nathan Riali  2.75
12.75

120M Womens
1  Michelle Young  16.25
2  Megan McMahon  16.25
3  Jody Richards  12.00
14.36

120M Masters
1  Steward Dobrzynski  10.00
2  Shane Quinn  9.75
3  Peter Biggs  15.50
13.71

120M U/18
1  Patrick Martin  12.50
2  Jack O'Farrell  35.25
3  Daniel Quattrone  16.50
12.75

300M Womens & Masters
1  Zoe Nicholson  50.00
2  Suz Sinclair  51.00
3  Peter O'Farrell  46.00
36.53

400M Open
1  Jay Blake  50.00
2  Jody Richards  73.00
3  Anthony Holbery  69.00
49.41

400M Restricted (SportzBiz)
1  Christian Sapardanis  44.00
2  Hugh Hoffmann  20.00
3  James McEniry  72.00
2.0.00

1600M Open
1  Tom Hockley Samon  120.00
2  Ashton Macdonald  190.00
3  Michael Preece  105.00
4.16.06

120M U/14 Mixed
1  Jarvis Cartledge  21.50
2  Emma Cooper  6.00
3  Chloe Kinnersly  6.75
15.39

2 Re: Terang Results on Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:16 am

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Rather bizarre and unique situation in the Gift with semi final winners & the next 6 advancing to the final.

Qualifiers were:
First semi - the winner plus 2nd to 7th got into the final.
Second semi - Winner only.

In what was a very blustery day, it appears a freak gust of wind hit the guys in the second semi that caused the time to be about 6m slower than the first semi. The lads who were very close to Nathan Riali in the second semi were unlucky not to advance seeing Riali finished 3rd in the final.

Anyway, it was a great carnival despite the weather. Some excellent racing and despite our lad losing narrowly, the Gift final was a cracker. Two young lads going neck and neck up the track with the NSW lad just a touch too good.


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3 Re: Terang Results on Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:02 pm

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It's a strange situation Youngy. The exact same thing happened at Wangaratta last year. The entire field in the 2nd semi dropped time. From memory almost everyone in the slower semi, except the winner, was penalised with an NAP and the biggest variation was only about 0.3secs. It was almost double that at Terang, but I think in both cases times were dictated by the conditions, not athletes intentions.

Perhaps this presents 2 questions for our regulators; 1. Is there an argument for more placings to advance to finals, such as top 3 and 2 times? Perhaps it would offer a greater reward for running fast in your heat to be seeded better in your semi. 2. How much can we depend on the accuracy of times and wind readings when the conditions are so extreme?

At the end of the day, you win some you lose some. I was disadvantaged by being in the slow semi at Wangaratta and then benefited from being in the fast semi at Terang.

4 Re: Terang Results on Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:13 pm

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DarrenW wrote:It's a strange situation Youngy. The exact same thing happened at Wangaratta last year. The entire field in the 2nd semi dropped time. From memory almost everyone in the slower semi, except the winner, was penalised with an NAP and the biggest variation was only about 0.3secs. It was almost double that at Terang, but I think in both cases times were dictated by the conditions, not athletes intentions.

Perhaps this presents 2 questions for our regulators; 1. Is there an argument for more placings to advance to finals, such as top 3 and 2 times? Perhaps it would offer a greater reward for running fast in your heat to be seeded better in your semi. 2. How much can we depend on the accuracy of times and wind readings when the conditions are so extreme?

At the end of the day, you win some you lose some. I was disadvantaged by being in the slow semi at Wangaratta and then benefited from being in the fast semi at Terang.

Given the semis are seeded based on heat results, it's fair to say that in most cases, four athletes should advance from both. If not 4/4 it's generally a 3/5 split. Very rare would it be 2/6 or like the weekend , once in a blue moon, a 1/7 scenario.

Perhaps, like major IAAF championships, we consider the first 3 in each semi and the next 2 fastest.

The wind readings are only an estimate of the wind at a certain spot on the track. Clearly the wind readings for the semi finals were inaccurate given the wind affect in the second semi was significantly greater compared to the first.





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