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Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010

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1 Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:09 pm

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70m Open Semi Finals
SF1
1. Shane Grimwade (10.50)
2. Casey Whitaker (5.50)
3. Jordan Caldow (4.75)
Time: 7.78

SF2
1. Brett Richards (4.75)
2. Neil Thomas (7.50)
3. Brad Schutz (9.0)
Time: 7.80

SF3
1. David Gross (6.75)
2. Ali Saliu (12.0)
3. Paul Taylor (8.0)
Time: 7.77

70m Open FINAL
1. Casey Whitaker (5.50)
2. Ali Saliu (12.00)
3. Shane Grimwade (10.50)
4. Brett Richards (4.75)
5. David Gross (6.75)
6. Neil Thomas (7.50)
Time: 7.74

70m Women
1. Tamara Dartnall (6.50)
2. Ali Trewartha (10.00)
3. Lucy Buckley (9.00)
Time: 8.84

70m U/14
1. Bailey Turner (5.50)
2. Taylah Scapens (10.00)
3. Sam O'Grady (5.50)
4. Bradley Harvey (5.50)
5. Bailey Booth (5.50)
6. Jack Yates (5.50)
Time: 8.96

200m Open Semi Finals
SF1
1. Shaun Ryder (23)
2. Clint Tobin (23)
3. Jake Stangewicz (16)
Time: ????

SF2
1. Shane Grimwade (29)
2. Jarrad Dartnall (17)
3. Casey Whitaker (13)
Time: 20.56

SF3
1. Wallace Long-Scafidi (13)
2. Luke Buchanan (23)
3. Ryan Hancock (17)
Time: 21.15

200m Open Final
1. Shane Grimwade 929)
2. Wallace Long-Scafidi (13)
3. jarrad Dartnall (17)
Time: 20.07

200m Women
1. Ali Trewartha (28)
2. Kayla Hammond (18)
3. Eleni Glouftsis (26)
Time: ???

200m O/35's
1. Robert Samarq (21)
2. Ross Hill-Brown (29)
3. Maurice Schievenin (24)
Time: ???

800m Open
1. Robert Killmier (32)
2. Mark Beveridge (76)
3. Mick Abbott (150)
4. Stephen Jelfs (58)
5. Hayden Cook (26)
6. Matt Fallon (78)
Time: 1-53.71

800m Women
1. Deborah Roberts (195)
2. Lauren McHugh (112)
3. Tasmin McMahon (64)
4. Demi Axford (70)
5. Claire Ashman (60)
6. Paige Graham (20)
Time: 2-14.16

800m U/20's
1. Jarrad Watkins (80)
2. Aiden Miller (78)
3. Kane Russell (50)
4. Tim Earle (58)
5. Bryce Watkins (20)
Time: ???

3200m Open
1. Jacob Cocks ( 200)
2. Riley Cocks ( 220)
3. Robert Killmier (140)
Time: ???


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2 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:21 pm

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Being from Vic, so obviously not there, what was the final of the gift like?
Grimwade found .5 of a second from semi to final, I would assume that Long-Scafidi coasted in his semi (running second in the final, but .6 slower in his semi compared to Grimwade).
It is good to see 70m run in a descent time (unlike in QLD Very Happy ). A couple of guys must have lost some time from semi to final , but that 'could' be as simple as a missed start I suppose.
Any comments about the day?

3 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Tue Nov 02, 2010 8:09 am

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Track conditions were not great and there was a massive tail wind that was unpredictable all day. The track was not in the best shape either. Some lanes were better than others which might be the reason for the fluctuations in times.

People that caught my eye were Wallace Long-Scafidi who ran really well in both the 70m and 200m. Casey Whitaker also ran well in the 70m as did the likes of David Gross and Ali Saliu.

Back to the Gift distance at Reynella so should be fascinating. Some lads are going to have to train hard and find a bit of time if they plan to feature come December

4 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:21 am

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Wallace Long Scafidi, off only 13m, was impressive and in the context of the event was the run of the race. The 200m at Flinders does suit him, having won it before so it's difficult to say at this stage how that transfers to a 120m.

To my mind, there was another runner in the 200 who, by the look of him, appears to have finally realised the importance of a solid winter training with a group. He's got a savvy coach and at this stage he is looking ominous.


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5 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:35 pm

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Yes, WLS was definantly the performance of the day, not surprising really, looking at the stats. Thats his 4th finals appearance in as many starts in the 200 at flinders. Probably should of tipped him. Well done to Whittaker for his 70m performance aswell.

Reynella the next meet, the 120m is up for grabs, Stephen Thiel back to back? what are other peoples thoughts??

6 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:20 pm

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Robert Killmier also looked very impressive in the 800m. It's good to see him running well again!

There has been some good racing over all distances so far this season. Races, espcially the sprints, have been really tight which is good to see. It seems like the new handicappers know what they're doing.

7 Re: Flinders (SAAL) Results - 31 October 2010 on Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:29 pm

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To my mind, there was another runner in the 200 who, by the look of him, appears to have finally realised the importance of a solid winter training with a group. He's got a savvy coach and at this stage he is looking ominous.


Ben Koschade ?

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