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Athletic All Stars get set for September 15 in Sydney

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Impressive website.

http://www.athleticallstars.com.au/

Competition confirmed for September 15th for Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre.



Usain Bolt track entrance

AN ENTRANCE NOT TO BE MISSED . . .
Usain Bolt is uber-cool, he's super-quick and he is definitely charasmatic. The world champion's entry onto Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre will reflect his status and be worthy of the King of athletics. It will feature live music, lighting, dancing as part of an extravaganza tribute that Bolt has said excites him because he's never before experienced what Competitive Edge has planned for him. The champions of the smash-hit television show Australia's Got Talent, The Justice Crew, will dance and shimmy before Bolt's grand entrance. His entry will be remembered as an event within a great event.

Gatorade Celebrity 4 x 100m
The greatest athlete on the planet Usain Bolt will anchor leg one lucky relay team in a celebrity 4 x 100m relay. 7 other celebrities and 24 members of the public will have this rare opportunity to run on the same track as the fastest man in the world.

A host of Australia's top sporting and entertainment personalities will be pitted against Bolt as they anchor home the other teams.

Those who have been approached by event organisers to line up alongside Bolt include:

- The Australian cricket team's wicket keeper Brad Haddin. 'Hadds' is well aware Bolt was a handy fast bowler before focussing his energies on running. While Haddin has gloved to genuine speed merchants including Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson this promises to be a new experience.
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- Former NRL star and Australian representative Michael Buettner who played 263 games across 4 clubs Parramatta Eels, North Sydney Bears, Northern Eagles and Wests Tigers. Michael accepted his inviatation to run this relay very spontaniously live on air during his popular weekly sports radio spot on 107.7FM 2GO 'Locker room' where his enthusiasm along with the show's host Steve Allan's enthusiasm for the event deserves to be embraced and see this former great athlete line up alongside the greatest athlete in the world. Mick's passion for sport is infectious and we want him there...welcome aboard Mick!
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- Former NSW and Australian Rugby League captain Brad Fittler. While this sporting great achieved everything on the footy field from winning premierships to World Cups he'll need to dig deep in his showdown with Bolt.

- Triple Olympian and world indoor 200m champion Melinda Gainsford-Taylor. This popular television personaility, who was the one-time Queen of the Track and a genuine fan favourite, is being coaxed to pull the spikes on for one last time.

- Former Olympian, Australian champion sprinter and media personality Matt Shirvington. Many of today's athletes grew up aspiring to be like Matt Shirvington, including rugby league sensation Jarryd Hayne. Few deserves their spot next to Usain Bolt more than the great Shirvo.
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- Sydney FC goal keeper Liam Reddy. Son of Rugby League legend Rod Reddy and boasting athletic genes that has seen his whole family excel in the professional sporting arena, Liam has fast reflexes and agile feet but how will he go over 100m? A real character off the pitch, one thing is for sure he will be there to enjoy it that's for sure.

- Three-times world boxing champion Danny Green. The Green Machine boasts great hand speed but we're not sure if he has the leg speed to match Bolt! Regardless, he deserves his place on centre stage as one Australia's best athletes and a favourite of the Australian public

- Seven times world boxing champion Vic Darchynian. Like Green, Vic has the hand speed but how fast can he motor? One certainty is whatever he does on the track on September 15 it will be noticed in America, Russia and his homeland of Armenia because he also enjoys a massive following throughout those nations.

A final celebrity field will be published soon.

Men's Interactive 400
FORMER CHAMPION V'S CURRENT CHAMPION V'S FUTURE CHAMPIONS
Reigning Commonwealth Games champion John Steffensen will race against 1990 Auckland gold medallist Darren Clark in a never-before-seen concept. Steffensen will be pitted against vision of Clark in his prime adding a new dimension to the time-honoured favourite of racing the clock. Steffensen, who has also won a silver Olympic medal and bronze world championships medal , will have some company on the track – some of Australia’s up-and-coming 400m talents. This race will salute the efforts of our past champion, support our current hero and inspire the champion of tomorrow. For Steffensen the meaning behind this race holds a special significance. “I’m privileged to be able to honour Darren Clark, the guy was for so long the shining light of Australian athletics,” he said. “And as it’s always been my desire to promote athletics for the wonderful sport it is I’m happy to think this event might inspire a young runner to fulfil their dreams.”


SALUTE TO A CHAMPION W 400m

Women's 400m
Tamsyn Lewis, is a champion, a 16 time national champion and an 800m world indoor champion - and she deserves to be acknowledged as such. The nature of this All Stars Event is to honour former greats, appreciate current stars and to inspire the athlete's of the future. Competitive Edge is privileged to have the opportunity to present Tamsyn on the track as both a great from past while she's also a reigning star. Tamsyn has dedicated her entire life to her sport and more than half of it to the national team after making her debut as a 15-year-old at the Commonwealth Games. If she was af footballer she'd have enjoyed laps of honour to commemorate her many milestones. September 15th is a chance fo the sporting public to express its appreciation for a life dedicated to the pursuit of excellence. Lewis has made it clear she's excited to compete in front of a Sydney crowd, and will give a trademark heart and soul performance. By competing against a field of future stars Lewis will provide them with an insight into what it takes to be a true champion.

TRANS TASMAN CHALLENGE
Women’s 100m hurdles

Sydney’s champion Hayley Butler will oppose her Kiwi arch rival Andrea Miller in the race that will decide the hurdles Queen of Australasia. This will be the final big hit out for both athletes ahead of the New Delhi Commonwealth Games and it will be one of the night’s feature events.

Butler, from Sydney’s south-west is Australian sport’s “wonder-mum”, having recommenced her athletic career after the birth of her first child, a little boy named Cooper. She qualified for the Australian team twice on the one day having competed in meets on the Queensland Gold Coast and then in Sydney on in the space of a few hours! She went on to win the Australian title and automatic team selection for Dehli, a long-cherished dream that she never gave up on. Hayley has a huge Sydney following while the New Zealand community is expected to support Andrea in this red hot battle.



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How does this race between Steffenson and Clark work? Will there be a big screen with film of Clark and Steffenson runs against the film? Strange!

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what does it matter, clark at his best is half a second better than steffenson at his best, which is where he is not near. Theres some random shit going on at this event

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http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/afl-wowsers-order-courtenay-dempsey-not-to-compete-in-gatorade-usain-bolt-sprint/story-e6frexni-1225923809482

AFL wowsers order Courtenay Dempsey not to compete in Gatorade Usain Bolt sprint
By Nick Walshaw
The Daily Telegraph
September 15, 2010


ESSENDON star Courtenay Dempsey has been banned from contesting the Gatorade Bolt - with the AFL threatening to fine him $20,000 if he takes the track.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal Dempsey - who has been training for a fortnight - has been told not to compete in an event including NRL stars Jarryd Hayne and Greg Inglis and Wallaby Lachie Turner.

The Bombers flyer, who has been in Sydney for the past two days preparing for the event, is said to be devastated by the instruction from the AFL.

The Daily Telegraph has contacted the AFL and is awaiting a response.

Courtenay's agent Shane Casley confrimed there were a number of issues surrounding his client's inclusion in the race.

"There's lots of issues surrounding this and we've decided that it's better that Courtenay doesn't run," Casley said.


Be interesting to see why the AFL denied Dempsey the opportunity to participate. Surely it would have been good PR for the AFL compared to the stuff that we've been reading about Fevola?

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Lachlan Turner just wins from John Grant and Jarryd Hayne. 1st & 2nd to Rugby Union. Time was 11.1secs.

Watch for the two different TV crews trying to interview the winner, Channel Ten's Cordy geets a little physical.

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Turner wins battle of the footy codes
By Adrian Warren
Sydney Morning Herald
September 15, 2010 - 10:24PM


Wallabies flyer Lachie Turner capped off an "incredible" couple of weeks by winning the Gatorade Bolt 100 metre sprint of the footy codes at Sydney Olympic Park on Wednesday evening.

Test winger Turner (11.10sec) just held out his Eastwood rugby clubmate John Grant (11.15s) and Parramatta's rugby league superstar fullback Jarryd Hayne (11.20s) in a thrilling three-man battle for the $20,000 first prize.

It was an exciting end to a day which was earlier crowded by controversy when the two AFL representatives, Carlton's Kade Simpson and Essendon's Courtenay Dempsey, were withdrawn from the event for contractual reasons.

With the AFL sponsored by a rival drinks company to Gatorade, the two midfielders were unable to compete in the eight-man event.

Victory in a personal best time continued Turner's dream run of the last two weeks.

On the outer of the Wallabies for most of the season, he made a successful return to Test rugby against New Zealand last weekend, when he won the player's player of the match award.

The ride for the Waratahs speedster will continue over the next few weeks when he represents Australia in the Commonwealth Games sevens rugby tournament in Delhi.

"The last two weeks have been incredible," Turner told reporters.

"Being in South Africa (with the Wallabies), diving with sharks.

"The (Wallabies) win (over the Springboks) in Bloemfontein and then coming back here and preparing for my first Test match in a year and then tonight.

"Even yesterday, I was rally car driving with Mazda, it's just been a crazy couple of weeks."

Turner revealed he had profited from advice from the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, who earlier in the evening anchored a team of competition winners to victory in a 4x100m celebrity relay.

"One that really helped me was he said `don't look at the guys around you, just keep going and stay relaxed as you get over that line'," Turner said.

Three more rugby league players, the Bulldogs duo of Josh Morris (11.44s) and Ben Barba (11.45s) and Cronulla's Nathan Gardner (11.77s) finished fourth to sixth respectively, followed by Central Coast Mariners soccer player Matt Lewis (11.99s), with Melbourne's league superstar Greg Inglis (12.48s) finishing eighth and last.

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Any wind reading? 11.10 is OK for a rugby union player who just played on the weekend. But goes to show for all the hype, footy players are not the superstar sprinters, many rugby people say they are.

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http://www.athleticallstars.com.au/Live-Event-Update-15-Sept/Event-News-Live-from-the-Track-15th-Sept-2010/

The Greatest Athletic Show in Australia
athleticallstars.com.au
15 September 2010


ATHLETES arrived in hot-pink stretch Hummers, walked “the red carpet” and were given the full celebrity treatment as athletics met Hollywood for the 2010 Pirtek Athletics Allstars meet at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre on Wednesday night.
Touted as athletics’ answer to Twenty20 cricket, the meet combined a night of Australian athletics with a state of the art entertainment production – complete with fireworks, big names and some enthralling competition.

The night belonged to Olympic and World Champion Usain Bolt, who arrived in a Rolls Royce to the tune of “There Goes My Hero,” sung by Eric Grothe Snr and his son Eric Jnr’s rock band, Three Day Grothe.

Bolt was unable to compete in a truly-run 100m due to a recent back injury, but still anchored his team to victory in the celebrity 4 x 100m relay.

The world record-holder gave funny-man Ryan “Frysie” Fitzgerald a decent head-start, but mowed him in with consummate ease in what appeared a mere jog.

In the ultimate battle of the codes, it was rugby union flyer Lachie Turner who claimed bragging rights for the 15-man game, pipping league’s Jarryd Hayne and fellow Eastwood winger John Grant in the 100m Gatorade Bolt.

The race had been built as a two-man war between Hayne and Greg Inglis, but Turner had enough left over the final 20m to overpower the Parramatta superstar.

“I didn’t expect it,” Turner said after the race.

“Especially after about 60m, Jarryd was pulling ahead of me and Johnny aswell, so it was certainly nice to get over the line first. I almost killed myself doing it, but I’m very happy.”

Turner echoed the praises of many of the athletes on the night, saying the event was a winner and had a future on the Australian sporting scene.

“I think it’s massive for athletics, it just goes to show how good things can be here and just how talented some of our athletes are,” he said.

“In terms of footy, it’s great for the exposure and it’s great that we can pit different sports against each other in a neutral environment. I think all the guys really enjoyed it so hopefully it’s something that stays around for another few years.”

World champion discus thrower Dani Samuels claimed bragging rights over two big rivals ahead of the Commonwealth Games, producing 61.90m effort to beat Olympic champion Stephanie Brown Trafton (USA) and former world champion Beatrice Faumina (NZL).

Jamal Idris wound back the clock to his days as a World Youth Discus Champion with an enormous 63.84m after hitting the cage with his first two throws.

Five-time Commonwealth Games representative Tamsyn Lewis grabbed a confidence-boosting win ahead of Delhi team-mate Pirrenee Steinert ahead of their Commonwealth campaign.

17-year-old sprinter Nicholas Hough dazzled the crowd with a blistering 10.63 to take out the David Baxter Memorial men’s 100m.

The women’s event honoured the former glamour girl of Australian athletics, Melinda Gainsford-Taylor.

The three-time Olympian was on hand to watch No. 5 ranked Australian Charlotte van Veenendaal claim an upset over her third-ranked rival Laura Whaler.

One of the stars of the night was Delhi-bound miler Jeremy Roff, who produced an inspired sub-four minute mile to confirm his Commonwealth Games preparations are spot on target.

A stunning routine from Australia’s Got Talent winners Justice Crew had earlier kicked off the program in style. Bolt proved his moves are just as slick away from the track with a short cameo performance, much to the crowd’s delight.

Popular radio host and event promoter Alan Jones described Bolt as, “the most charismatic sportsperson I’ve ever met.”

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Interesting that there is no mention of this event on the Athletics Australia website, not even the fact Usain Bolt was in Australia.

I was hoping to see the actual results, (ie: placings & times) of some of the other events like the men's & women's 100m and 400m but there's nothing at all.

Hopefully we can post the results soon...

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http://www.insideathletics.com.au/meets/2376-athletics-finds-its-sparkle-at-all-stars-meet#addcomments

Athletics finds its sparkle at All Stars meet
By Liam Ridings
From Insideathletics.com.au
16th September 2010


The inaugural Athletics Edge All Star Challenge proved to be the biggest athletics spectacle since the Sydney Olympics - which was coincidently celebrating its 10 year anniversary yesterday. Rolls Royce Phantom, Stretch Hummer's and Harley Davidson entrances to the track set the theme for the night. The All Star Challenge was perhaps not an event for athletics purists; it did however bring athletics to the masses in an exciting format.
The star of the night was Usain Bolt and whilst he did not race against Australia's fastest footballer's he did participate in the 'Celebrity Relay'- anchoring the aptly named 'Team Bolt'. Bolt received the baton in second place - it was then he started celebrating. Within three or four strides he had the lead and then continued his celebrations - much to the delight of the crowd.

Also participating in the celebrity relay was Melinda Gainsford-Taylor - finalist in the women's 200m at the Sydney Olympics ten years ago.

"I was asked last Thursday to do this race and I thought 'if I get to run against the fastest human being ever, why not?!’”.

Matt Shirvington also relived some Sydney Olympic memories a decade on with a run in the celebrity relay. Shirvo was excited about the format - "athletics needs flamboyance, enthusiasm and also there were people out here who have never been to an athletics meet before and that's what it's really about, to bring it to the people who don't experience it and don't have the passion for it- that's what this event's all about."

The feature event of the Night was the 'Gatorade Bolt' which despite the absence of Usain Bolt was the most eagerly anticipated event of the evening. Wallabies winger, Lachlan Turner, showed up league's fastest men to take out the Event in 11.15. Jarryd Hayne couldn't live up to his Nike Body Suit and pre race expectations running 11.20 to finish in third. The underwhelming results of the Rugby League players perhaps highlights the fish bowl mentality of the NRL - the men who are often praised as the most athletic men in Australian sport fell short of Melinda Gainsford-Taylor’s Australian record - for women - of 11.12 seconds.

The Albie Thomas Mile provided Commonwealth Games bound Jeremy Roff to blow out the cobwebs and fine tune his commonwealth Games preparation. Roff Participated in what was more or less a time trial. Training partner Dave Byrne took Jeremy to 600m in 1.27, before James Nipperess took over pace making duties, when Byrne stepped off the track, leading Roff to the bell in 3.01. Roff was able to lift over the final 400m in cold and blustery conditions to finish in 3:59.79 - a good run in tough conditions.

"The race was tough- conditions aren't great but it was just awesome to be a part of this event. I can honestly say that's the first time I’ve rocked up to the track in a limo. Albie Thomas is a great guy and I think it's really fitting that the race was named in his honour"

Perhaps the most outstanding performance of the night came in the David Baxter Memorial 100m. 16 year old Youth Olympic Games 110m hurdles champion, Nicholas Hough, showed his class to record 10.62 into a headwind against older and more experienced comepitition. "It was such a buzz to run in front of a big crowd at home, I’m really humbled to win"

Fabriece Lappiere also added some class to the event. Lappierre, who has been gaining attention lately for his reluctance to confirm his participation at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi next month, fell well short of the Australian record and his own personal best - even with John Steffensen on the microphone rallying the crowd for his jumps. "It wasn’t really ideal jumping conditions tonight. It was great to be a part of this event- the crowd was fantastic and it would have been nice to jump something big."

The meet presented some good ideas with all the athletes praising the event as an excellent initiative. However it lacked execution and failed to excite at times with agonisingly long waits between events. Track and field events were not staged simultaneously which made for some dull moments. The crowd started to trickle out after the Gatorade Bolt 100m, which meant some of the best performances of the evening, in particular the Albie Thomas Mile and Dani Samuels went relatively unnoticed as they were some of the last events of the evening.

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To those interested here are the results -

ATHLETES arrived in hot-pink stretch Hummers, walked “the red carpet” and were given the full celebrity treatment as athletics met Hollywood for the 2010 Pirtek Athletics Allstars meet at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre on Wednesday night.

Touted as athletics’ answer to Twenty20 cricket, the meet combined a night of Australian athletics with a state of the art entertainment production – complete with fireworks, big names and some enthralling competition.

The night belonged to Olympic and World Champion Usain Bolt, who arrived in a Rolls Royce to the tune of “There Goes My Hero,”

sung by Eric Grothe Snr and his son Eric Jnr’s rock band, Three Day Grothe.

Bolt was unable to compete in a truly-run 100m due to a recent back injury, but still anchored his team to victory in the celebrity 4 x 100m relay.

The world record-holder gave funny-man Ryan “Frysie” Fitzgerald a decent head-start, but mowed him in with consummate ease in what appeared a mere jog.

In the ultimate battle of the codes, it was rugby union flyer Lachie Turner who claimed bragging rights for the 15-man game, pipping league’s Jarryd Hayne and fellow Eastwood winger John Grant in the 100m Gatorade Bolt.

The race had been built as a two-man war between Hayne and Greg Inglis, but Turner had enough left over the final 20m to overpower the Parramatta superstar.

“I didn’t expect it,” Turner said after the race.

“Especially after about 60m, Jarryd was pulling ahead of me and Johnny aswell, so it was certainly nice to get over the line first. I almost killed myself doing it, but I’m very happy.”

Turner echoed the praises of many of the athletes on the night, saying the event was a winner and had a future on the Australian sporting scene.

“I think it’s massive for athletics, it just goes to show how good things can be here and just how talented some of our athletes are,” he said.

“In terms of footy, it’s great for the exposure and it’s great that we can pit different sports against each other in a neutral environment. I think all the guys really enjoyed it so hopefully it’s something that stays around for another few years.”

World champion discus thrower Dani Samuels claimed bragging rights over two big rivals ahead of the Commonwealth Games, producing 61.90m effort to beat Olympic champion Stephanie Brown Trafton (USA) and former world champion Beatrice Faumina (NZL).

Jamal Idris wound back the clock to his days as a World Youth Discus Champion with an enormous 63.84m after hitting the cage with his first two throws.

Five-time Commonwealth Games representative Tamsyn Lewis grabbed a confidence-boosting win ahead of Delhi team-mate Pirrenee Steinert ahead of their Commonwealth campaign.

17-year-old sprinter Nicholas Hough dazzled the crowd with a blistering 10.63 to take out the David Baxter Memorial men’s 100m.

The women’s event honoured the former glamour girl of Australian athletics, Melinda Gainsford-Taylor.

The three-time Olympian was on hand to watch No. 5 ranked Australian Charlotte van Veenendaal claim an upset over her third-ranked rival Laura Whaler.

One of the stars of the night was Delhi-bound miler Jeremy Roff, who produced an inspired sub-four minute mile to confirm his Commonwealth Games preparations are spot on target.

A stunning routine from Australia’s Got Talent winners Justice Crew had earlier kicked off the program in style. Bolt proved his moves are just as slick away from the track with a short cameo performance, much to the crowd’s delight.

Popular radio host and event promoter Alan Jones described Bolt as, “the most charismatic sportsperson I’ve ever met.”

Event 1 Mixed 4x100 metre Relay Little Aths
Team Finals
Points
1 Cherrybrook 'A' 54.69
2 Port Hacking 'A' 55.16
3 Northern Suburbs 'A' 55.91
4 Bankstown Sports 'A' 56.16
5 Manly Waringah 'A' 56.49
6 Sutherland 'A' 57.55
7 Nepean 'A' 59.83
8 Greystanes 'A' 1:00.75

Event 2 Mixed 4x100 metre Relay Celebrity
Team Finals
Points
1 TEAM BOLT 'A' 55.50
2 TEAM NOVA 'A' 55.56
3 TEAM GAINSFORD-TAYLOR 'A' 56.19
4 TEAM BUETTNER 'A' 58.21
5 TEAM SHIRVINGTON 'A' 1:00.14
6 TEAM HADDIN 'A' 1:02.56
7 TEAM GREEN 'A' 1:04.46
8 TEAM TAYLOR 'A' 1:05.13
9 TEAM FITLER 'A' 1:13.79

Event 3 Men 400 metre
Name Team Finals
Points
1 Solomon, Steven NSW 47.11
2 Burke, David NSW 47.67
3 Sheehy, Keith NSW 47.84
4 Gurr, James NSW 48.10
5 Amor, Peter NSW 49.36
6 Hamer, Luke NSW 49.48
7 Roff, James NSW 49.76
8 Haggie, Richard NSW 51.92

Event 4 Women 400 metre
Name Team Finals
Points
1 Lewis, Tamsyn VIC 53.50
2 Steinert, Pirrenee NSW 54.15
3 Carli, Sarah NSW 57.24
4 Coppins, Emily NSW 58.01
5 Pearson, Christie NSW 58.17
6 Hunter, Tahlia NSW 59.03

Event 5 Women Discus Throw
Name Team Finals
Points
1 Samuels, Dani Australia 61.90m
2 Brown-Trafton, Ste USA 59.48m
3 Faumuina, Beatrice New Zealand 59.32m

(invitation discus Jamal Idris (1kg) 63.77m)

Event 6 Women 100 metre U23
Name Team Finals Wind
Points
1 van Veenendaal, Ch NSW 11.73 0.3
2 Whaler, Laura NSW 11.84 0.3
3 Morton, Karlie NSW 12.22 0.3
4 Graf, Elly NSW 12.37 0.3
5 Pirie, Maddie NSW 12.38 0.3
6 Jenneke, Michelle NSW 12.45 0.3
7 Nelson, Ella NSW 12.93 0.3

Event 7 Men 100 metre U23
Name Team Finals Wind
Points
1 Hough, Nicholas NSW 10.62 -0.6
2 Leathart, Tim NSW 10.76 -0.6
3 Gander, Liam NSW 10.81 -0.6
4 Geddes, Jarrod NSW 10.97 -0.6
5 Clark, Lewis NSW 10.98 -0.6
6 Grimm, James NSW 11.02 -0.6
7 Tysoe, Mitch NSW 11.03 -0.6
8 Marks, Robert NSW 11.12 -0.6
9 Harborne, Luke NSW 11.16 -0.6

Event 8 Men 100 metre GatoradeBolt
Name Team Finals Wind
Points
1 Turner, Lachlan NSW Waratahs 11.10 -0.1
2 Grant, John Eastwood Rugby 11.15 -0.1
3 Hayne, Jarryd Parramatta Eels 11.20 -0.1
4 Morris, Josh Bulldogs 11.44 -0.1
5 Barba, Ben Bulldogs 11.45 -0.1
6 Gardner, Nathan Cronulla Sharks 11.77 -0.1
7 Lewis, Matt Central Coast Ma 11.99 -0.1
8 Inglis, Greg Melbourne Storm 12.48 -0.1

Event 9 Men Shot Put
Name Team Finals Wind
Points
1 Stevenson, Dale VIC 19.99m
2 Gyngell, Stuart (6kg) NSW 19.37m
3 Alexander, Christi NSW 16.16m

Event 10 Women High Jump
Name Team Finals
Points
1 Pejkovic, Amy NSW 1.70m
2 Mallett, Clare NSW J1.70m

Event 11 Men 1 Mile Run
Name Team Finals
Points
1 Roff, Jeremy NSW 3:59.79
1500m time 3:43.1
2 Wright, Joshua NSW 4:19.10
3 Beadman, Jesse NSW 4:23.98
4 MacDonald, Ruairid NSW 4:27.29
5 Cameron, Craig NSW 4:34.31
6 Abdullah, Ozner NSW 4:44.46
7 Bryne, David NSW DNF
8 Nipperess, James NSW DNF

Event 12 Men Long Jump
Name Team Finals Wind
Points
Lapierre, Fabrice NSW 7.42m 0.3
Cox, Ben NSW 6.83m +0.0
Stein, Jake NSW 6.68m 0.2

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