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Brisbane Track Classic RESULTS - 14th Jan 2012

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Brisbane Track Classic
14th Jan 2012
RESULTS


Men's 100m A Race
Wind: +0.6

1 Rouge-Serret, Aaron VIS 10.34
2 Alozie, Anthony NSWIS 10.38
3 Ntiamoah, Isaac NSWIS 10.51
4 Fakiye, Patrick NSWIS 10.52
5 Williams-Swain, Mitchell QLD 10.56
6 Gander, Liam NSWIS 10.59
7 Harman, Kodi NZL 10.76
8 Van Der Speck, Carl NZL 10.80


Men's 100m B Race
Wind: +0.6

1 Leathart, Tim NSW 10.48
2 Jaworski, Benjamin NSW 10.53
3 Hough, Nicholas NSWIS 10.54
4 Mott, Adrian VIC 10.60
4 Hammond, Jake NSWIS 10.60
6 Stubbs, Aaron QLD 10.68
7 Batman, Daniel ACT 10.95
8 Groth, Jacob NSWIS 10.98


Men's 100m C Race
Wind: +0.1

1 Finegan, Gary QLD 10.69
2 Rooke, Tim VIC 10.82
3 Emsavana, Andrew WA 10.88
4 O'Hanlon, Evan ACT 10.91
5 Bertacco, Matthew VIC 11.03
6 Patmore, Simon QLD 11.05
7 Conway, Jack QLD 11.18
8 Hayward, Benjamin QLD 11.22


Women's 100m A Race
Wind: +0.1

1 Pearson, Sally QAS 11.25
2 Breen, Melissa ACTAS 11.51
3 Knox, Jessica NSW 11.66
4 Williams, Carla QLD 11.93
5 Attenborough, Crystal NTIS 12.03
6 Wisil, Toea PNG 12.14
7 Busby, Sarah QLD 12.27
8 Byrt, Angela VIC 12.28
9 Seavula, Sisilia FIJ 13.02


Women's 100m B Race
Wind: +0.3

1 Gayen, Margaret SA 11.96
2 Whittaker, Ashleigh VIC 12.09
3 Hubbard, Kendra VIC 12.10
4 Coster, Rochelle NZL 12.20
5 Monagi, Adrine PNG 13.04
6 Manoa, Asenate TUV 13.72
-- Philemon, Helen PNG DQ 0.3 IAAF 162.6


Men's 200m A Race
Wind: +0.0

1 McCabe, Andrew James QLD 21.29
2 Martin, Daniel VIC 21.39
3 Wroe, Sean VIS 21.48
4 Donovan, Hugh QLD 21.54
5 Hartmann, Alexander QLD 21.77
6 Stone, Nelson PNG 21.83
7 Tabakaucoro, Banuve FIJ 21.87
8 Scott, Matt QLD 22.39


Men's 200m B Race
Wind: +0.4

1 Wickes, Fraser NZL 21.47
2 Beck, Alex QAS 21.59
3 Whyte, Andrew NZL 21.61
4 Millar, Joseph NZL 21.72
5 Robinson, Joshua QLD 21.98
6 Ravana, Roy FIJ 22.45
7 Rivan, John PNG 22.96
-- Waqa, Kemueli FIJ DQ 0.4 IAAF 163.3


Men's 200m C Race
Wind: +0.4

1 McCabe, Joshua QLD 22.30
2 Waldron, Max TAS 22.61
3 Chol, Gatkuath QLD 22.81
4 McConchie, Nathan VIC 23.36
5 Monagi, Reginald PNG 24.00


Women's 200m A Race
Wind: +0.2

1 Brennan, Monica VIC 23.96
2 Van Veenendaal, Charlott VIC 24.08
3 Sargent, Caitlin QLD 24.32
4 Starr, Jaimee-Lee NSW 24.56
5 Korowoqa, Paulini FIJ 26.37


Women's 200m B Race
Wind: +0.6

1 Tauro, Olivia NSW 24.32
2 Powell, Madeleine NSW 25.15
3 Luke, Rebecca VIC 25.79
4 Solin, Ella WA 26.04
5 Pires-Parenzee, Brooke WA 67.66


Women's 300m A Race
1 Boden, Lauren AIS 38.20
2 Pittman, Jana VIC 39.02
3 Carli, Sarah NSW 39.75
4 Consedine, Tessa VIC 40.54
5 Alakija, Danni FIJ 41.20
6 Senokonoko, Miriama FIJ 41.30
7 Koniel, Donna PNG 41.52


Men's 800m A Race
1 Gurr, James NSW 1:47.31
2 Vining, Edward VIC 1:49.87
3 Sutton, Darcy VIC 1:50.20
4 Giam, Andrew SA 1:50.87
5 Botha, Werner QLD 1:51.13
6 Toohey, Nicholas QLD 1:51.44
7 Johnson, Blake NSW 1:51.92
8 Plummer, Adrian QLD 1:56.00
-- Barralet, Andrew QLD DNF


Men's 800m B Race
1 Pearce, Jordan QLD 1:55.03
2 West, Jared NSW 1:55.04
3 Coss, Fraser QLD 1:55.28
4 Balassone, Daniel VIC 1:55.82
5 Down, Nathan VIC 1:55.96
6 Ovett, Freddy QLD 1:56.19
7 Harris, Julian VIC 1:57.47
-- Pettigrew, Alex NSW DNF
-- Narara, Ratutira FIJ DNF


Women's 800m A Race
1 Hetherington, Kelly VIC 2:02.48
2 Pincott, Caitlin QAS 2:04.35
3 Katsanevakis, Katherine VIC 2:04.88
4 Fountain, Erica VIC 2:04.92
5 Toemoe, Sianne NSWIS 2:05.12
6 Platten, Alice VIC 2:05.67
7 Curnow, Eliza VIC 2:06.78
8 Smit, Angie NZL 2:06.93
-- Atthow, Margaret QLD DNF


800m Women's B Race
1 Scmeide, Francis NSW 2:08.26
2 Simpson, Katelyn QLD 2:08.47
3 Atthow, Margaret QLD 2:08.77
4 Dick, Emma QLD 2:10.51
5 Dell, Salome PNG 2:12.07
6 McIlveen, Erin GBR 2:13.63
7 Cubis, Joanna NSW 2:13.75
8 Surka, Daina QLD 2:14.16
9 Dudkowski, Natalie QLD 2:15.03
10 Holt, Bethany QLD 2:15.06
11 McMurtrie, Anna QLD 2:15.36



Men 4x100 Metre Relay Open
1 AUSTRALIA 'A' 39.68
1) Alozie, Anthony 86 2) Ntiamoah, Isaac 82
3) Rouge-Serret, Aaron 88 4) Williams-Swain, Mitchell 92

2 AUSTRALIA 'B' 40.07
1) Emsavana, Andrew 92 2) Hough, Nicholas 93
3) Gander, Liam 88 4) Hammond, Jake 91

3 AUSTRALIA JUNIORS 40.59
1) Clarke, Josh 95 2) Donovan, Hugh 94
3) Jaworski, Benjamin 93 4) Bertacco, Matthew 94

4 New Zealand 40.74
1) Harman, Kodi 94 2) Millar, Joseph 90
3) Van Der Speck, Carl 77 4) Toki, Tama 90

5 QLD JUNIORS 42.09
1) Ewerton, Almeida 95 2) Jennings, Kade 95
3) Scott, Matt 95 4) Chris, Dale 91

6 FIJI 42.31
1) Tabakaucoro, Banuve 90 2) Narara, Ratutira 90
3) Waqa, Kemueli 90 4) Ravana, Roy 90

7 AMP RELAY 44.60
1) Patmore, Simon 90 2) Cole, Gab 90
3) Swift, Jack 90 4) Reardon, Scott 90

DQ COMPOSITE DQ IAAF 170.7
1) Batman, Daniel 81 2) Mott, Adrian 85
3) Groth, Jacob 85 4) Leathart, Tim 89

DQ PNG DQ IAAF 170.7
1) Monagi, Reginald 90 2) Stone, Nelson 90
3) Boino, Mowen 90 4) Rivan, John 90


Women's 4x100 Metre Relay Open
1 AUSTRALIA 'A' 44.01
1) Butler, Hayley 84 2) Breen, Melissa 90
3) Van Veenendaal, Charlotte 88 4) Pearson, Sally 84

2 AUSTRALIA JUNIORS 45.52
1) Williams, Carla 93 2) Gayen, Margaret 94
3) Pires-Parenzee, Brooke 95 4) Whittaker, Ashleigh 93

3 AUSTRALIA 'B' 45.62
1) Busby, Sarah 90 2) Knox, Jessica 78
3) Attenborough, Crystal 83 4) Byrt, Angela 88

4 FIJI 48.38
1) Alakija, Danni 90 2) Korowoqa, Paulini 90
3) Seavula, Sisilia 90 4) Senokonoko, Miriama 90

5 QLD JUNIORS 48.75
1) Beecher, Jacinta 95 2) Turton, Phoebe-Rose 95
3) Harding, Jazmine 95 4) Murdoch, Stevie-Marie 95

6 PARALYMPIC AA 57.28
1) Isaac, Torita 95 2) Elkington, Jodi 85
3) Parrish, Katy 90 4) Biekoff, Georgia 90

DQ PNG DQ IAAF 170.70
1) Monagi, Adrine 90 2) Wisil, Toea 90
3) Philemon, Helen 90 4) Burua, Betty 90

DQ NZL DQ IAAF 170.70
1) Coster, Rochelle 88 2) Miller, Andrea 82
3) Torr, Veronica 87 4) Morrison, Fiona 90


Men's 4 x 400m Relay
1 AUSTRALIA A' 3:05.84
1) Offereins, Ben 84 2) Moore, Kevin 86
3) Cole, Brendan 79 4) Wroe, Sean 85

2 NZL 3:09.74
1) Whyte, Andrew 90 2) Millar, Joseph 90
3) Wickes, Fraser 95 4) Jordan, Alex 90

3 AUSTRALIA JUNIORS 3:14.53
1) Waldron, Max 94 2) Robinson, Joshua 96
3) Cook, Sam 94 4) Kaluschke, James 94

4 COMPOSITE 3:15.37
1) McCabe, Joshua 90 2) Connolly, Tommy 91
3) Mackenzie, Christian 92 4) Grimley, Luke 91

5 PNG 3:17.14
1) Rivan, John 90 2) Boino, Mowen 90
3) Kapmatana, Kevin 90 4) Stone, Nelson 90

6 QLD JUNIORS 'A' 3:18.18
1) Chol, Gatkuath 93 2) Cottrell, Corey 95
3) Seymour, Ben 95 4) Aird, Jack 95

7 QLD JUNIORS 'B' 3:31.04
1) Johnstone, Liam 95 2) Mould, Alexander 95
3) Lawrence, Jacob 95 4) Upton, Lawrence 95

DQ FIJI DQ
1) Tabakaucoro, Banuve 90 2) Narara, Ratutira 90
3) Waqa, Kemueli 90 4) Ravana, Roy 90


Women's 4 x 400 Metre Relay
1 AUSTRALIA 'A' 3:34.12
1) Steinert, Pirrenee 85 2) Boden, Lauren 88
3) Sargent, Caitlin 92 4) Pittman, Jana 83

2 AUSTRALIA JUNIORS 'A' 3:45.21
1) Luke, Rebecca 94 2) Solin, Ella 95
3) de la Motte, Abbey 94 4) Bain-Fenton, Jacarna 94

3 PNG 3:46.94
1) Wisil, Toea 90 2) Koniel, Donna 90
3) Dell, Salome 90 4) Burua, Betty 90

4 AUSTRALIA JUNIORS 'B' 3:48.37
1) Klein, Sarah 95 2) Consedine, Tessa 94
3) Jamieson, Chloe 94 4) Carli, Sarah 95

5 NZL 3:49.39
1) Torr, Veronica 87 2) Smit, Angie 90
3) Horgan, Talia 90 4) Morrison, Fiona 90

6 QLD JUNIORS 'A' 3:50.72
1) Rowlandson, Amber 95 2) First, Emily 95
3) Lawrence, Emma 95 4) McCann, Taylor 95

7 QLD JUNIORS 'B' 3:57.32
1) McGuire, Madeline 95 2) Bowers, Eliza 95
3) Tisdall, Tamara 95 4) Brandt, Jade 95

8 FIJI 'A' 4:00.90
1) Alakija, Danni 90 2) Korowoqa, Paulini 90
3) Seavula, Sisilia 90 4) Senokonoko, Miriama 90




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http://www.insideathletics.com.au/news/australian-athletics-tour/3119-pearson-clocks-1125-to-dispel-injury-concerns

Pearson clocks 11.25 to dispel injury concerns

By Tim McGrath
Inside Athletics
14th Jan 2012


In her first race back from a quadriceps strain Sally Pearson produced the highlight performance of a relatively tame Brisbane Track Classic.

The 100m hurdles world champion clocked a solid 11.25 seconds in still conditions (0.1 m/s).

“That was really, really good, it’s a sign that what I did last year worked as I am already undertaking a similar plan and the results are starting to come,” Pearson said.

“I know that I need to listen to my body to keep it healthy and I know that this year is about bringing home an Olympic gold medal, even if it’s in 13 seconds.

“After the world championships I was in perfect shape and that has carried over. I got straight back into it and am ready to go, this time underlines that more for me.”

While Pearson’s injury scare is behind her and has not affected her form, the same cannot be said about dual world 400m hurdles champion Jana Pittman. Just weeks after splitting with coach Phil King, Pittman was well beaten in the rarely run 300m by Lauren Boden (38.20s). Pittman’s 39.02 second performance is slower than 52 second 400m pace, and came after the Australian women’s 4x400m squad she anchored could muster only a 3:34.12 performance in what was essentially a time trial.

With the top 16 relay teams in the world (based on the aggregate of their best two times since 1 January, 2011) invited to compete at the London Olympics, the women’s 4x400m will need to do better than the 53.53 second average they produced tonight. Likewise, although they produced their second fastest performances in the qualifying period, Australia’s men’s 4x400m team (3:05.84) and 4x100m (39.51) are far from certain at this point of securing a start. The women’s 4x100m quartet clocked 44.01 seconds, outside the of their two best performances of the qualifying period.

Pearson’s 100m run was the only Olympic qualifying performance of the meet, but in the field Henry Frayne opened his season with a 7.91m (0.0 m/s) in the long jump, while former world junior finalist Hamish Peacock won the javelin in 77.34m. There were impressive wins in the 800m events from James Gurr (1:47.31) and Kelly Hetherington (2:02.48, personal best) to win their events by two seconds.

In the AWD 100m Evan O’Hanlon set a new world record in his category with a 10.91 second run.

While the Brisbane Track Classic was a slow start to the Olympic year, the action is expected to build over the coming weeks in the lead up to the Olympic Trials at the Melbourne Track Classic. Next weekend Newcastle hosts the Hunter Track Classic, before the Australian Athletics Tour commences in Adelaide the following week.

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Pearson promises faster times after slow meet

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World champion hurdler Sally Pearson promised faster times after a successful return from injury on a lacklustre night for Australia's aspiring Olympic relay teams at the Brisbane Track Classic.

The Saturday meet was tailored to provide the men and women's relay teams an opportunity to improve on their world rankings ahead of the London Olympics.

But none did.

At least for Pearson, who was returning after straining a quadricep at a Victorian country meet in mid-December, there was plenty to of enthusiasm for the 2012 Games.

She emerged from two races, the 4x100m relay and the 100m sprint, without problem and as a winner in both.

Pearson clocked 11.25 seconds to win the sprint, the time faster than her first race of 2011 which launched her on the way to winning the 100m hurdles at the world championships final in Daegu, South Korea.

"I knew I was in good shape and I really wanted to run faster than my 11.35 last year and I did," Pearson told reporters.

"After the World Championships I came home in peak performance and that really helps starting off a new season.

"After 2010 I wasn't in the best shape and in 2009 I was injured.

"Hopefully I am in better shape now and there will be faster times at the end of the year."

Pearson teamed with Melissa Breen, Hayley Butler and Charlotte van Veenendaal to win the 4x100m in 44.01.

But the time was not good enough to lift their world ranking of 14th to make the London Games.

The women's 4x400m relay team also failed to improve their world ranking despite an easy win.

Anchored by dual world champion hurdler Jana Pittman, Pirrenee Steinert, Lauren Boden and Caitlin Sargent ran 3:34.12s, almost two seconds outside the time they needed.

They remain in 18th spot and need to be ranked in the top 16 in the world by July 1 to qualify for the Olympics.

A similar fate awaits the men's 100m relay team which remains 19th in the world.

The men's 400m relay team, which on Saturday contained Ben Offereins, Kevin Moore, Sean Wroe and Sam Cook, is the main hope for London as they currently sit 10th.

Pearson could not understand why the women's 100m relay team did not produce a better time.

"We are still top 16, but it's not guaranteed.

"If we can get in the top 10 then it's guaranteed."

"You couldn't ask for better changes. We've just got to get faster."

Pearson said her next meet would be the Adelaide Track Classic on January 28 when she will only contest flat sprints.

Former world junior long jump champion Chris Noffke broke down with a calf injury on the approach to his second jump, leaving his Olympic hopes in doubt.

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