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Saturday 19th March 2011

200 metre Open Men
1 Nicholas Boylett Qld
2 Matt Davies Qas
3 Liam Gander Nsw
4 Jacob Groth Nswis
5 Jake Hammond Nswis
6 Nicholas Hough Nsw
7 Tim Leathart Nsw
8 Aaron Rouge-Serret Vis
9 Angelo Taylor USA

400 metre Open Women
1 Michelle Carey Ire
2 Monica Hargrove Usa
3 Rosie Kelly SA
4 Tamsyn Lewis Vic
5 Maris Magi Other
6 Caitlin Pincott Qld
7 Anneliese Rubie Nsw
8 Tabitha West Vic

1500 metre Open Women
1 Georgie Clarke Vic
2 Lisa Corrigan Act
3 Bridey Delaney Nsw
4 Linden Hall Vic
5 Kelly Hetherington Vic
6 Susan Kuijken Ned
7 Anna Laman Nsw
8 Hannah Newbould Nzl
9 Amanda Paulin Vic
10 Kenia Sinclair USA
11 Kelly Young NSW

100 metre Open Women
1 Miki Barber USA
2 Melissa Breen Actas
3 Rochelle Coster Nzl
4 Jessica Knox Nsw
5 Larissa Pasternatsky Nsw
6 Sally Pearson Qas
7 Charlotte van Veenendaal Qld
8 Laura Whaler Nswis
9 Toea Wisil Png

400 metre Hurdles Open Women
1 Lauren Boden 88 Ais
2 Sarah Carli 94 Nsw
3 Lisa Celi 95 Nswis
4 Jess Gulli 89 Vic
5 Chloe Jamieson 95 Ais
6 Lyndsay Pekin 87 Act
7 Lisa Spencer 86 Nsw
8 Sanne Verstegen 85 Ned

400 metre Hurdles Open Men
1 Leigh Bennett Nsw
2 Danny Brandwood Gbr
3 Brendan Cole Ais
4 Felipe De Castro Cruz Wais
5 Ian Dewhurst Nsw
6 Justin Gaymon USA
7 James Mortimer Nzl
8 James Roff Nsw

400 metre Open Men
1 David Burke Nsw
2 Dylan Grant Qld
3 Matt Lynch Nsw
4 Kevin Moore Nswis
5 Ben Offereins Wais
6 Steven Solomon Nsw
7 Angelo Taylor Usa
8 Sean Wroe Vis

1500 metre Open Men
1 Youcef Abdi Nswis
2 Jack Bolas Usa
3 Hamish Carson Nzl
4 Lachaln Chisholm Nsw
5 Paul Hoffman Nsw
6 Craig Huffer Vic
7 Abraham Kepkirwok Uga
8 Craig Miller Usa
9 James Nipperess Nswis
10 Brett Robinson Act
11 Jeremy Roff Nswis
12 Brenton Rowe Vic
13 Isaac Songok Ken
14 Nicholas Toohey Qld

100 metre Open Men
1 Uzodinma Alozie Nsw
2 Matt Davies Qas
3 Patrick Fakiye Nswis
4 Liam Gander Nsw
5 Jacob Groth Nswis
6 Tim Leathart Nsw
7 Adrian Mott Vic
8 Isaac Ntiamoah Nswis
9 Aaron Rouge-Serret Vis

200 metre Open Women
1 Miki Barber USA
2 Monica Brennan Vic
3 Monica Hargrove USA
4 Leanne Hodge SA
5 Andrea Koenen Nzl
6 Sally Pearson QAS
7 Charlotte van Veenendaal QLD
8 Laura Whaler Nswis
9 Toea Wisil Png

800 metre Open Men
1 Tristan Garrett Nswis
2 James Gurr Nsw
3 Matthew Hammond Nsw
4 James Kaan Nswis
5 Gilbert Kipchoge Ken
6 Asbel Kiprop Ken
7 Lachlan Renshaw Nswis
8 Alexander Rowe Vis
9 David Rudisha Ken
10 Sammy Tangui Ken

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AA Website

Kiprop bolsters amazing 800m field at Sydney Track Classic

The Sydney Track Classic on Saturday, March 19 is only five days away and with the announcement of Asbel Kiprop to the men’s 800m field it is fast becoming the most exciting meet of the Australian Athletics Tour.

Adding additional intrigue to an already outstanding start list, Kiprop will line up alongside countrymen and world record holder David Rudisha as well as Australian national champion Lachlan Renshaw for two hot laps.

Kiprop, the Olympic 1500m champion, only on occasion lines up for the 800m but his record in the event is not something to ignore. Setting a personal best of 1:43.17, he was narrowly defeated in Qatar by the then world number one Abubaker Kaki (SUD) in 2009 before last year almost taking it up to Rudisha at the Doha instalment of the Diamond League, where he clocked 1:43.45 to place second by a mere 0.45 seconds.

Making a triumphant return to the Australian Athletics Tour at the IAAF Melbourne Track Classic only ten days ago, Rudisha’s 800m resume speaks for itself. He broke the world record twice in 2010 to see it currently stand at 1:41.01 before later in the year becoming African champion.

With a major championship title still eluding the Australian all-comers record holder (1:43.15), his quest in 2011 is clear – win at the IAAF world championships or be left disappointed.

“Having the world record and not the world title, it just doesn’t sound good,” Rudisha said.

The Australian flag will be flown by national champion Lachlan Renshaw.

Bursting into the top ten on the Australian All-Time list at the IAAF Melbourne Track Classic, Renshaw made the final at the Commonwealth Games last October before being forced to withdraw as a result of injury. His new personal best of 1:45.66 is a mere 0.26 seconds shy of the IAAF world championships qualifier and that is what he will be chasing once the gun sounds on Saturday night.

A five-stop national tour, the 2011 Australian Athletics Tour boasts four divisions (sprints/hurdles, distance, throws, jumps) with male and female athletes in different events pitted against each other in the race for the largest prize purse in Australian athletics history.

The Sydney Track Classic is the last leg of the tour before the Tour Final in Perth, with domestic athletes on the hunt for strong point scores lining up alongside a bounty of international talent that includes America’s number one discus thrower Becky Briesch, triple Olympic gold medallist Angelo Taylor and US sprinting sensations Mikele ‘Miki’ Barber and Monica Hargrove.

Sydney Track Classic
Sydney Olympic Park
6:00pm - Saturday, March 19 2011

Tickets are now on sale via the event website –

In a first for Australian athletics, the Sydney Track Classic and upcoming Go for 2&5 Australian Athletics Tour Final in Perth will be streamed live on

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