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1 Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:56 pm

BMara


Wangaratta Sports Carnival 26th January 2013.

As has been the custom for a long period of time the Wangaratta track was turned out in perfect racing condition and with the regulation warm northern Victorian weather a good day of racing was assured.

70 metres Open
Nicholas MacGibbon (5.5m) always looked the winner of the sprint event at Wangaratta when he recorded a heat time of 7.62, clearly the fastest of the day. Nicholas had little trouble qualifying for the final with an easy semi final win and repeated the effort in the final. His slightly slower time of 7.71, in the final, enabled him to defeat Rhys Parkinson (7.25m) and Edward Ware (3m).

ANZ 120metres Open Gift
After seven seasons with the Victorian Athletic League Rhys Parkinson (9.25m) has really hit the top of his form in 2012/13. He started the season with an excellent Melton harness racing series, carried that through with wins in the Latrobe gift, VRTA 200 metres, Daylesford 70 metres and Zatopek 300 metres. At Wangaratta, Rhys set the standard for the day with a heat run of 12.51, a run that gave him a metre buffer over his closest competitors. Parkinson was able to make it through the semi final stage with a minimum of fuss, once again recording the quicker of the two semi finals,12.43 against Alex Carew’s time of 12.65. Carew’s effort was excellent and looked the only danger to Parkinson. In the final Parkinson was always in control, however Carew (3m) made a significant slice into the margin with his powerful finish to fail by a half metre. Matthew Mifsud (10.5m) finished third and looks a great chance at this week’s Tea Gardens gift at Avondale Heights. The winners time was 12.44 and Rhys is coached by John Henry.

120 metre Novice
The novice final was a comprehensive win to one of the Mather boys, this time it was Matthew(15m) who accounted for the opposition with ease to win in 12.64 from Lauren Campbell (27m) and Chris Kirkman (16m). Matthew‘s heat run of 12.56 was clearly the best time of the three heats as was evident by the placings, the same in the heat as in the final. Mather, who has a win last season in an under age race at Keilor, was recently second in the Maryborough novice final behind Jack Dooley. Matt is coached by Terry McGarity

120m Women’s and Veterans’
Leigh Phelan (5.5m) enjoying a great season, his first with the VAL, smashed the field in the final of this event with a three and half metre victory from John MacKay (14m) and Paul Hughes (5.5m) in 12.98. Saturday’s win was the second for Leigh who won a similar event at Ararat after a first up placing in the Northcote 70 metres novice.

300 metres Veterans’
Brian Wright (26m) continued on his winning way with a solid win in the veterans’final, defeating Michael Carney (29m) and Noel Maghamez (50m) in 36.88. Noel Maghamez looked a great winning chance when he kicked for home but Carney and then Wright gradually wore the leader down in a close finish. Brian finished last season with a win and placing at Euroa and has started this season with a double at Maryborough and a win at Daylesford. He must be heading for a certain win in the VRTA veteran points award. Tony “the explosion” O’Shea shows signs of the future when he was narrowly defeated in his heat run, his first for a few weeks. Tony is sure to be prominent when next he appears in a similar event. Simon Fitzpatrick, who awards the weekly “Fitzy’s run of the meet”, has given the nod to Leigh for not only the win but for the authority that it was carried out.

400 metres Broo Series
The third round of the Broo series was decided at Wangaratta and the win went to home town girl Anna Pasquali (29m) from Stephanie Lockhart (33m) and Kim McDonough (37m) in 55.77. Anna was the fastest heat winner in 56.2 with the other heat going to Susan Sinclair (29m) in 57.84. In the final, full marks must go to Stephanie Lockhart who decided to “go for home” right from the gun and opened a good lead before being overpowered by Pasquali in the home straight. The result was that the final field was strung out over a fair distance by the time the finish line was reached. The final of the Broo series will be conducted once again at Burramine and Anna , placed second last year, will once again be a winning chance. Anna is coached by husband Wally, although his contribution to 400 metre running must be minimal. Wally, in his running career, got tired driving around bends,let alone running them. Frances Connell would like to remind all VAL runners that it is only 46 days to Burramine and the track is in perfect condition for the Broo final.

George Underwood 400 metres Open
The 400 metres final, named in honour of a great VAL contributor for many years, was won by Martin Barrow (49m) in a close finish from Nick Magree (22m) and Matthew Hargreaves (11m) in 48.47. Barrow (49.15) ran the second fastest of the heats behind Hargreaves (48.6) and was able to open up a good break on the field before the home turn and hang on for a solid win. It was Martin’s first win of the season following on from his successful season in 11/12 with three wins. The field was a quality final with many of the runners likely to be prominent in the big 400’s in the next month. Martin’s training mate and VAL stalwart Alan Dinsdale is recovering from a health scare but has assured everyone he will be back and expects to be running in the next week or two.

800 metres Open
Jonathon Glasson (62m & 1.56.6) recorded the fastest heat time in the 800 metres but it was the ease of wins by Tom Kelly (76m and 1.59.7) and Cameron Bishop (40m 1.58) that was to guarantee an open final with many chances. In the final Craig Harris (82m),Tom Kelly, Peter Noden (68m) and David Woods (78m) set a solid pace in the first lap with Kelly taking the lead down the back straight. Cameron Bishop set out after Kelly before the home turn but was unable to make significant ground in the home straight with the result that there was still a four metre margin on the line. Justin Murphy (28m) ran on well from his difficult mark to finish third. The winners time was 1.54.28 and makes up for an unlucky defeat at Rye earlier in the month.

Phil Noden 3200m
The 3200 metres, once again generously sponsored by Phil Noden, has historically been a highlight on the Wangaratta program and Saturday night’s event continued on with the tradition.With the field spread out over more than a lap it took a fair part of the race before the chances began to appear. Up with leaders Stefan Catalano(540m) at his first attempt at 3200 metres was setting a pace to survive the journey whilst Andrew Patten (60m) last year’s winner attempted to gradually pick up his rivals. With four laps to travel Sean Beer (560m) still had the lead from Ian Burrows (260m), Charlie Brooks (290m), Michael Low (190m) and Phil Noden (270m) looking dangerous. The colour runners were not in the picture at this stage. At the 1200 metre mark Beer was collared by Burrows from Noden, Low and David Spence (180m) moving into a prominent spot. Michael Marantelli (130m) was a distance off the leaders in tenth place with the backmarker Patten only starting to tack onto the third group, a long way off the front.With 800 metres left the lead group started to thin out with Burrows leading from Noden Spence and Marantelli passing Low to sit within stricking range. After the bell with only four chances remaining Marantelli surged to the front only to be tackled strongly by Burrows down the back straight. In the final section Marantelli dropped Burrows again with Spence running on for second and Noden cutting Burrows out of third money. The winner is coached by Mark Hipworth and the winning time was 9.06.1. In his acceptance speech Marantelli thanked his chief tactical adviser “Jonesy” who finally reappeared from the Wangaratta “all you can eat for $25’ luncheon for the presentation.

Noble Park
The Noble Park 2000 metres event is definitely on again this year with a 200 metre limit. The entry fee is $18.

VAL Twitter
Keep yourself up to date with the latest VAL info and results as they happen. This week at Avondale Heights twitter val@val.org.au #avontea


Attention runners; please read VAL rules below
11.14 It shall be the duty of each athlete to ensure that they start from the proper allocated handicap and if in default may be disqualified from the race in question. An Athlete, on being disqualified, shall forfeit any fees they may have paid or participation money won along with any other tangible gift presented to them

14.3 An athlete who starts off an incorrect handicap may be disqualified and forfeit all prize money. The onus is on the Athlete to start from the correct handicap.

The short answer is, if you have won an event recently make an effort to find out your new handicap.
Announcement for all distance competitors. The VAL board have decided that for the 1600 metre events at Avondale Heights,Dandenong, Euroa and Maribyrnong the following conditions will apply;
(a) The winner will only be penalised in group 3 & 4 events for the remainder of the season. ( no penalty for classic, group 1 & 2 for wins in group 3 or 4)
(b) The penalty for the winner in group 3 & 4 events will be minimal ( 5 metres ).
(c) The winner will not carry a penalty into season 2013/14 for any wins in those events.
(d) The winner of a group 3 or 4 will still lose any accumulated "ticks"

2 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:58 pm

BMara


Albury Wodonga Gift 27/1/2013
With another beautifully prepared track and magnificent warm weather the VAL runners who ventured on to Albury from Wangaratta were treated to another great day of keen racing. The work done by Tom Burbidge and his committee with the Little Athletes and VAL runners was exceptional..
Many thanks must also go to Stawell starter Mr Rob McIntosh for his effort to drive from Stawell to Wangaratta and Albury to help Gary Mahon and Pam Noden with the starting duties. Rob also made himself available early in the day to start the Little A’s in the early rounds of their events.
The Borderbandag 70m Front markers
Scott Hargrave (11.5m) set the clock back nearly thirty years to record a narrow win in the front markers 70 metres. Scott, a handy sprinter in the 80’s, but hampered by injury ran the fastest heat time clearly when he stopped the clock at 8.17. The nearest to that time was 8.32 registered by Tasmanian Brendan Smart (.05m). In the final Hargrave held onto his diminishing handicap advantage right to the line where stable mate Jarrod Lindner (0.25) narrowed the gap to a few centimetres. Smart was inches away in third place. The final time was 8.36.
Stefan Nicholls 70m Back markers.
Edward Ware (3m) produced his best form to take the back markers division of the sprint at Albury in 7.67. Edward, who finished second the previous day at Wangaratta, had a great duel with John Nicolosi (3.25m) to hit the lead in the last few metres and hold on by a half metre. Tom Paavola (5.5m) was third, inches ahead of the back marker Matthew Hargreaves (2.75m). Ware, third in the 2011 Stawell Gift, is now coached by Nick Feidler and continues to improve off his tighter handicaps.
120m Joss Albury Wodonga Gift
After a run of minor placings in gift racing over the last few seasons Shane Ezard (12.25m) grabbed a piece of Albury history with a convincing win in this year’s gift final. With all the hype surrounding Josh Ross and his handicap of minus .75 metres, Shane journeyed to Albury, avoiding Wangaratta the day before, quietly confident of a good showing. With many of the heats being run around the 12.25 mark, Joss Ross’ heat win of 12.62 was going to make a final spot a difficult task for the “Boss”. The fastest of the heats were Shane Ezard and Matthew Harvey (12.21) but were closely followed by a plethora of runners registering 12.22 to 12.30. The first Semi final went to the improving Bros Kelly (8.25) in 12.21 from a runner of the future in Ryan Bedford (8m and 12.28). The second semi was won by Harvey in 12.11 with Fabrice Melanie (9.25m & 12.15) and Joel Bee ( 3.25m & 12.16) running the placings. Bee pulled up very sore and a final berth looked in danger. The third and final semi final was the easiest win to Ezard (12.13) who eased down in the final metres to take his spot in the final as favourite and hard to beat. The final, with Bee able to take his place, was a great race with Ezard holding his advantage clearly before a strong effort from the fast finishing Joel Bee. The winner stopped the clock at 12.16. Bee collapsed after the line and looked in a lot of pain but will be still a big factor in the classic races over the next eight weeks, barring injury. Matthew Harvey was third just a margin to Matthew Hargreaves. Shane is coached by Peter Walsh, a stable continuing on the rise. The gift provided Simon Fitzpatrick with his “Fitzy’s run of the meet “ award, which went to Joel Bee for his three runs in quick time of a difficult mark under trying circumstances. Unfortunately Joel will have to be happy with the $1100 for second place because “fitzy” isn’t splashing out any of his own NAB cash.
120m Commercial Club women’s Gift.
Laura Jane Hilditch(10m) returned to the form of her break out season of 2010/11 to record a clear win in the women’s final from Ellie Mckenzie (11.5m) and Melissa Breen (scr) in the time of 13.44. Laura Jane ran the fastest heat of 13.73 which gave her a buffer of one metre over her nearest rivals Breen and Mckenzie, who both clocked 13.82. She increased that margin to two metres with the second placed McKenzie running 13.68 to collect the second prize cheque. McKenzie is another young sprinter from the Mornington peninsula (as is Ryan Bedford) to create a significant impression in her first season. Melissa Breen ran her usual spirited race off her tough handicap to run third. Katie Moore (6.75m) was a late scratching from the final through injury. Hilditch , unbelievable in her ninth VAL season, has built a solid list of wins in her career with major wins at Stonnington, Woodside, Bendigo, Meadowglen as well as interstate wins. She is coached by John Henry who certainly had a very successful weekend.
Bendigo Bank Invitational 120m
Kevin Brittain (4.5m) added to his impressive tally of invitation victories with a narrow win over stable mate David Tinney (3m) and Brendan Matthews (4m) in the time of 12.91. Ben Weaver was fourth, but only a metre and a half from the winner. The first four placegetters have all been Stawell gift finalists, showing the quality of the field. Kevin is coached by Peter Walsh, as is the major gift winner.
Albury Wholesale Chickens 120m Novice.
Simon Carey, scored his first VAL win, and turned the tables on Lauren Campbell from the Wangaratta event just the day before, when he easily defeated Campbell in the time of 12.45. Campbell who finished second behind Matt Mather at Wangaratta has now run up a series of placing but is sure to win in the near future. Carey himself has made numerous finals over his four season career in the VAL and was a most worthy winner of the Albury event. Tyson Deane(18m) finished third and looks to have a promising career ahead of him.
120m Laser Electrical Veterans’ Handicap
Leigh Phelan (5.5m), after his demolition of the Wangaratta final turned his attention to Albury and was equally as impressive scoring a two metre win over Michael Eschebach (15.5m) and Benny Tancredi(34.75) in 13.09. Phelan appears to handle the veterans events with ease at the moment but showed by his Wangaratta gift form that he will be more than capable in the open events.
300m “Yes” Optus women’s and Veterans’
Susan Sinclair (43m), a regular visitor to the VAL racing, gained a narrow but well earned win over the 300 metres trip from Kendra Hubbard (30m) and Stephanie Jinks (44m) in 35.47. Susan won her heat, the fastest of the day, in 35.96 which gave her a reasonable gap on her main danger who recorded 36.64. In the final Sinclair swooped on the leaders before the home turn with only one danger, Hubbard likely to worry her. In the run to the line Kendra made up good ground to just miss. Susan’s last win in Victoria was the women’s 120 metres at Maribyrnong last season, although she was placed second in the recent Daylesford open 400 metres final.
Albury City 400 metres Open
Rhys Parkinson (34m) was another to continue on from Wangaratta with a big winning margin in the 400 metres final. The race with $2000 to the winner was in fact worth more than the first prize of the Wangaratta gift, which Rhys won the day previous. Parkinson clocked 46.24 to defeat Neil Brennan (33m) and Brady Lehmann (24m) with Steve Fabris (25m) in fourth place. Brennan’s late throw at the line, where he pipped Lehmann by 1/100 of a second, doubled his share of the spoils to $800. Rhys who was a short priced favourite for last week’s rich Ringwood Gift has obviously gained confidence from his latest good form and still looks likely to continue on his winning way. Rhys is coached John Henry and must have accumulated winnings this season over five figures, that’s Rhys not John , John’s into the six figures by now.
The River 105.7fm 1600metres Open
One of the main events of the day was the 1600 metres with $3000 in prize money, making it one of the richer distance races of the season. The field consisted of a classy group of distance runners and the winner Jonathon Glasson (180m) from NSW, would not have been given a serious chance by most of the distance gurus. Jonathon’s previous win this year with the VAL was at Ararat in a fairly pedestrian 4.21 off 190 metres. Between wins Glasson has sharpened himself up with runs in 800 metre events at Maryborough and Wangaratta, where he had acquitted himself well in both finals. The result was that he was able to carry the Ararat penalty (10 metres) and improve his time to a commendable 4.06.85. Glasson was always up with the leaders, hitting the lead before the bell from Tom Kelly (165m), Arron Downes(160m), Phil Noden (150m), David Spence (115m) and Michael Marantelli (75m) best of the backmarkers. Down the back straight Glasson kicked clear with Downes chasing hard and Marantelli running on solidly. On the home Glasson still had a good lead with Downes not able to make up the leeway and Marantelli still a further five metres away from Downes. On the line Glasson had a few metres to spare over Marantelli who grabbed Downes in the last few metres for second. David Spence put in solid effort as did Tom Kelly for fifth.
Before the start of the event a major injury was narrowly avoided when a well known athlete, jogging to his mark D Spenced of his drink bottle, to the outside of the track. The aforementioned bottled missed the “scone” of Rick Dunbar by millimetres causing an irate Sir Richard to send the poor unarmed vessel of liquid further asunder. The previously perfect cylinder now in the shape of an egg may need extensive remodelling before returning to active service. When interviewed Sir Richard made the following statement “neither myself nor anyone known to me has previously had any contact with the drink bottle and believe that it was a deliberate attempt by the owner of the bottle to force me to stop wearing my new running socks.” The drink bottle, with a previous clean record, and forced to “spill its guts” by Mr Dunbar will in future be hurled to the infield of the distance circuit. Rick and the owner of the drink bottle are now facebook friends. That’s a great victory for Mr Mark Zucherberg.
Social update
As good a day as Tom Burbidge provided for the runners on the ground, the night that Tom and his family provided for the runners and officials “after party” was a Stawell Gift performance. Mr and Mrs Burbidge spent a couple of hours cooking a bbq for the “freeloading” runners and it was greatly appreciated by the hungry hoard. Many stables were represented and a good time was had by all, partly at the insistence of chief steward Bill “Snooze” Sutton. Mr Sutton continually reminded the runners that, as we were still at the ground, he was in charge of the “meeting” until 12 midnight. The result was that we were committed to a night of sarsaparilla and tonic water with a jolly good game of bridge. A highlight came when Bill allowed a basket weaving competition between the various stables. When finally the evening came to an end, due to some noisy rooster, everyone quietly made their way home with some extra sarsaparilla for the journey. Needless to say Mr Sutton has received a $100 fine for lack of effort and won’t be invited back. It was also good to see that “Jonesy” was a little quieter after the Wangaratta escapade. Albury/Wodonga gift may have lifted the bar and rivalled Burramine for the prime spot on the VAL social calendar.
The winning basket, to be completed by Mr Sutton in his retirement years at the 2 Brothers brewery.
VAL Distance points award
Stefan Catalano continues to hold a slender lead in the VAL points award. The all conquering Hipworth stable don’t seem to have the fire power to catch Stefan as he puts himself into extreme pain by entering and competing in all distance events open to him. Alex Bacalja holds second but “hippo” himself, in third place, has decided to cast aside his beleaguered charges and take the mantle himself. Whilst the Stable stars of Patton, Spence, Marantelli, Nolan, Burrows, Fitzpatrick and Coote pick and choose their events, Mark has taken the honour of the stable to heart and is determined to chase down the leader. When interviewed Hippo stated “ Strength and honour, I may die here in this cell or in the arena tomorrow. What possible difference can I make ?”. Mark intends to get foxtel disconnected before Easter.

Noble Park
The Noble Park 2000 metres event is definitely on again this year with a 200 metre limit. The entry fee is $18.

VAL Twitter
Keep yourself up to date with the latest VAL info and results as they happen. This week at Avondale Heights twitter val@val.org.au #avontea


Attention runners; please read VAL rules below
11.14 It shall be the duty of each athlete to ensure that they start from the proper allocated handicap and if in default may be disqualified from the race in question. An Athlete, on being disqualified, shall forfeit any fees they may have paid or participation money won along with any other tangible gift presented to them

14.3 An athlete who starts off an incorrect handicap may be disqualified and forfeit all prize money. The onus is on the Athlete to start from the correct handicap.

The short answer is, if you have won an event recently make an effort to find out your new handicap.
Announcement for all distance competitors. The VAL board have decided that for the 1600 metre events at Avondale Heights,Dandenong, Euroa and Maribyrnong the following conditions will apply;
(a) The winner will only be penalised in group 3 & 4 events for the remainder of the season. ( no penalty for classic, group 1 & 2 for wins in group 3 or 4)
(b) The penalty for the winner in group 3 & 4 events will be minimal ( 5 metres ).
(c) The winner will not carry a penalty into season 2013/14 for any wins in those events.
(d) The winner of a group 3 or 4 will still lose any accumulated "ticks"

3 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Thu Jan 31, 2013 1:00 pm

BMara


Ringwood wrap
70m Open
Taking out the 70m was the front marker Pamela Austin (13.25m) narrowly defeating the chasing back markers of Augustine Carty-Cowling (4.25m) and Cam Dunbar (4.25m) in 7.59. Pamela has been a consistent performer this season making this victory number two.
70m Novice
Ryan James (8m) got up to take out the 70m Novice in 7.70. He defeated Cameron Baker (8.75m) and the backmarker Jason Bailey (6.75m) to earn his first win with the VAL.
VCCL 800m Women’s
It was a very impressive performance from the backmarker Alice Platten (16m) who took out the straight final in 2.08. She narrowly defeated Martine Beer (94m) in the home straight and Corina Kapusta (100m) who took out the 1600m Open at St Albans the previous day. Alice has been a consistent performer over the years however this is her first win for the season.
VCCL 1600m Novice
A highlight of the day was Indiana Cooper’s (170m) win in the 1600m Novice in a quick time of 4.04. He was able to run down Jesse Noden (220m) in the home straight after taking the lead with a lap to go.
1600m Open
It was a very exciting 1600m Open with the movie star James Deane (120m) chasing down the persistent Leon Brooks (305m) and Peter Noden (250m) in the home straight in 4.17. Brooks worked his way up to a determined Corina Kapusta (335m) and Garry Blake (370m) and set himself up well. However it was Deane who was able to chase down the front markers and take out his first win for the season.
300m Veterans
It was a photo finish in the 300m Veterans with Micheal Carney (29m) chasing down Kathryn Heagney (68m) and Rita Pana (70m) in 35.89. Pana was off to a great start and was looking like she had it in the bag until a charging Carney just grabbed her on the line
400m Open
It was a clear victory for Jay Blake (44m) defeating Samuel Baird (20m) and chasing down Katherine Clarke (48m) in 45.97. Blake is having a very victorious season making this win number three.



100m Women’s
Katherine Clarke (3m) had a good win in the women’s 100m chasing down Lara Gambino (6.5m) and defeating the backmarker Katie Moore (1.75m) in 11.99. A very solid effort from Clarke chasing down most of the field to make this win number two for the season, and is one to keep watching this season.
100m Open
The always consistent performer Adam Cabble (9.75m) was able to chase down a determined Richard Norris (16.75m) and Andrew Flanagan (9.75m) in 10.48. Cabble has been very competitive this season and is one to watch out for in the rest of the season.

4 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:47 am

runningfan


Considering all 6 finalists over the 120m at Albury Wodonga (12.16-12.29) would have fit into the top two placings based on time at the Stawell Gift in 2012 (12.22), should we be expecting a much faster winning time this year at Stawell?

5 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:03 pm

Double Jeopardy


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Well if the field is 2-3m up on what they were last year then it stands to reason that it will be run in a quicker time.

6 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Fri Feb 01, 2013 12:45 pm

runningfan


by 2-3m up i assume you mean because of Asafa running. With the natural lift they will receive for Stawell + the 'Asafa lift' I assume it could be won in a very quick time!!!?

7 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:43 pm

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Interesting that the VAL website result search lists Parkinson as winning this season's VRTA 200m, given he was second.

8 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:02 pm

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in the results section r parkinson is shown as 1 st in 200 vrta ,tis not only error i've seen
but who wants to be pedantic

9 Re: Albury wodonga VAL wrap on Sat Feb 02, 2013 12:10 am

ToM

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JH wrote:ToM.
Off the VAL Web.

EventNo 9 200m Gift Distance 200
Final 1 Time 4:35 PM Reading: -5.4 Adjustment: -0.27
Place Lane Colour Athlete No Athlete Name H'cap Time Adj Time
1 2 White 6184 Carl MOREHOUSE 8.00 21.562 21.292 Completed
2 6 Pink 7079 Rhys PARKINSON 16.00 21.691 21.421 Completed
3 4 Yellow 1486 Matthew HARGREAVES 10.00 21.718 21.448 Completed
4 3 Blue 6659 Lee FORREST 10.00 21.825 21.555 Completed
5 7 Black 5671 Jarrod LINDNER 16.00 21.903 21.633 Completed
6 5 Green 2637 Douglas GREENOUGH 13.00 21.905 21.635 Completed
7 1 Red 1714 Adrian MOTT 7.00 22.081 21.811 Completed
8 8 Grey 1963 Shane EZARD 17.00 22.302 22.032 Completed
Wednesday, 28

Yup, John, but a result search bumps the places down one point, which is why, I presume, your athlete was listed in the summary above, as winning that event, since a search for his name comes up with a 1st for VRTA 200.

I'm raising it as I'm curious as to how the information gets transposed from the official results page into the results database.

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