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1 Cupar (Scotland) on Mon Jul 02, 2012 7:22 am

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Cupar Highland Games
Sunday 1st July 2012

90m Open
1st D Allan, DWF 9.9
2nd B Martin Glenrothes
3rd D Agnew

200m Open
1st B Martin Glenrothes 19.5
2nd M Burns
3rd W Hunter

400m Open
1st D Agnew 49.00
2nd M Burns
3rd W Bates

800m Open
1st K Pennel 1.54.10
2nd D Bradley
3rd W Bates

1600m Open
1st R Mathieson Lasswade 4.25.50
2nd G Hunter
3rd J Bates

Youths 90m
1st E Smith, Tullibody 9.70s
2nd J Concannon
3rd S Sadeghpoor

Youths 800m
1st R Davie 1.58.30
2nd G Thomson
3rd J Kerr

2 Re: Cupar (Scotland) on Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:36 pm

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RECORDS TUMBLE AT CUPAR writes Shane Fenton



Following on from their success at Ceres Games the previous day the triumverate of Polish strongmen, Dominic Zielinski and brothers Lucasz and Sebastien Wenta were once again in record breaking form at the Cupar Highland Games in the Duffus Park on Sunday.
In the opening discipline of the day, Lukasz Wenta sent the 16lb Shot Putt out to a distance of 59' 9'' for a new ground record, this was 6' futher than that of the previous best set in 2009 by Bruce Robb from Oakley.
The 22lb Shot Putt record also went to Lukasz with a throw of 49' 8'', this was an improvement of 4' feet on the record set by Gregor Edmunds in 2005.
Lukasz was also successful in both the 16lb and 22lb Hammer competitions. Making it a Polish clean sweep Sebastien Wenta landed a double with wins in the 28lb Weight for Distance and 56lb Weight for Height with Dominic Zielinski triumphing in the Caber contest.
There were some impressive performances in the running events, David Allan from the Dunfermline West Fife club raced to victory in the 90 metres Handicap, breaking through the tape in 9,90 seconds to hold off the challenge of Billy Martin,Glenrothes and David Agnew, Pitreavie. The latter two however found success later in the day.
Martin turned in a powerful performance to claim victory in 200 metres Handicap in 21.90 seconds ahead of Michael Burns,Pitreavie AC and veteran Walter Hunter,Falkirk with Agnew timing his run to perfection to take the tape in 49.00 seconds in the 400 metres Handicap, Burns again filled the runners up spot with Willie Bates,Tullibody in third.
Two of Scotland's rising athletic stars were victorious in the middle distance races, recently crowned Scottish Under-20 3000 metres champion, Kathryn Pennell, Pitreavie AC headed a field of 14 runners in the 800 metres Handicap, a blanket could have covered the first half dozen runners as they flashed over the line with Pennell holding all challengers to win in 1 minute 54.10 seconds, Donald Bradley, Inverness was runner-up with Willie Bates third.
The best track performance of the day came from Scottish junior Cross Country internationalist Ross Mathieson, Lasswade AC in the 1600 metres Handicap.
Running from the backmark of 30 metres, Mathieson was giving away starts of up to 430 metres, undeterred he produced a scintillating run to overhaul all his rivals and go on to cross the finish line in 4 minutes 25.50 seconds.
The Youth's 90 metres Handicap saw Ewan Smith,Tullibody win his first ever race on the Highland Games circuit, his time of 9.70 seconds was good enough to hold off the female challenge of Jessie Concannon,DWF and Soraya Sadeghpoor,Dalgety Bay who were second and third.
There was almost a dead heat in the Youth's 800 metres Handicap with Pitreavie AC pair Leah Davie and Dylan Thomson flashing over the line together with the judges just giving Leah the nod, back marker Josh Kerr, Edinburgh AC just failed to make up the ground and finished in third place. The winners time was 1m:58.3s.
In the cycling events the underwheel conditions for the riders weren't just as testing as they had to endure at Ceres the previous day, Craig Hardie,Dalgety Bay landed a double with wins in the 800 metres Handicap and Deil tak the Hindmost events, the 1600 metres went to the evergreen Davie Mathieson,Newburgh with Paul Gallacher, Kirkcaldy successful in the 3200 metres Handicap.
Dylan Lindsay,Glenrothes won both the Youth's 800metres and 1600 metres Cycle Handicaps, with brothers Etienne and Kyle Sadeghpoor,Dalgety Bay finishing second and third in both races.
Report by Shane Fenton

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