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PROTRACK » GENERAL » 17-year-old Hough 10.53 (+3.4 wind) in ANSW comp.

17-year-old Hough 10.53 (+3.4 wind) in ANSW comp.

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Men 100 metre Open
Section 1 Wind: 3.4

1 Hough, Nicholas 17 Hills Distri 10.53

2 Grimm, James 19 Illawarra Bl 10.55
3 Malpass, Andrew 22 Barker Colle 10.82
4 Jovanovich, Brett 22 Ryde Athleti 10.85
5 Andreazza, Stephen 23 Sydney Unive 10.87
6 Peest, Joachim 23 Illawarra Bl 10.99
7 Lynch, Jake 19 Sydney Pacif 11.01
8 Eyears, Gregory 29 Bankstown Sp 11.04
9 Jervis-Bardy, Jake 26 Athletics NS 11.12

MEN'S 100m Section 2 Wind: 1.6
1 Marks, Robert 24 Westfields A 10.75
2 Elkout, Abdel 16 Bankstown Sp 10.94
3 Soliman, Thomas 17 Blacktown Ci 11.11
4 Miller, Justin 26 Illawarra Bl 11.22
5 Riddell, Thomas 16 Barker Colle 11.24
6 Willatt, Timothy 21 Barker Colle 11.40
7 Ockert, George 17 Bankstown Sp 11.55
8 Phillips, Nathan 22 Cherrybrook 12.21
-- Freeman, Maximilian 22 Randwick Bot 11.20 DQ IAAF 167.7

Men 200 metre Open
Section 1 Wind: -0.4

1 Hough, Nicholas 17 Hills Distri 21.44
2 Lynch, Matt 24 Mingara Athl 21.55
3 Brandwood, Danny 28 Sydney Pacif 21.91
4 McIntyre, Robert 19 Sydney Pacif 21.95
5 Robinson, Tommy 19 Mingara Athl 22.07
6 Roff, James 24 Randwick Bot 22.29
7 Dooley, James 19 Sydney Unive 22.44
8 Walpole, Zac 19 Mingara Athl 22.55
9 Brown, Jason 20 Mingara Athl 22.72

Section 2 Wind: 1.4

1 Marks, Robert 24 Westfields A 21.51
2 Peest, Joachim 23 Illawarra Bl 21.92
3 Malpass, Andrew 22 Barker Colle 22.48
4 Freeman, Maximilian 22 Randwick Bot 22.70
5 Fuller, Nick 25 Sydney Pacif 23.03


Women 100 metre Open
Section 2 Wind: 1.3
1 Doyle, Jacinta 20 Sutherland D 12.50 11.96
2 Rubie, Anneliese 18 Sydney Unive 12.50 12.05
3 Jenkins, Elizabeth 23 Sydney Unive 12.30 12.39
4 Holt, Tara 22 Randwick Bot 12.90 12.40
5 Davis, Esther 21 Sydney Pacif 12.80 12.44
6 Jenkins, Dominica 21 U.T.S. North 12.50 12.50
-- Wearne, Christine 23 Asics Wests 12.20 DQ IAAF 162.7

Women 200 metre Open
Section 2 Wind: 3.3
1 Tauro, Olivia 20 Hills Distri 23.44
2 Rubie, Anneliese 18 Sydney Unive 23.92
3 Wearne, Christine 23 Asics Wests 24.39
4 Singh, Tavleen 15 Asics Wests 24.89
5 Davis, Esther 21 Sydney Pacif 25.02
6 Jenkins, Elizabeth 23 Sydney Unive 25.14
7 Jenkins, Dominica 21 U.T.S. North 25.19

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17 years of age and has his own wikipedia page....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Hough

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Doyle dishes up her opposition
ANSW Website
14th December 2010


Sutherland’s Jacinta Doyle returned to the track after a long lay-off through injury at the Club Premiership meeting at SOPAC on Saturday, winning the open women’s 100m in scintillating style.

Doyle scored in the quick time of 11.96s (wind +1.3), from the fast-improving 400m runner Anneliese Rubie (Sydney Uni).

Rubie ran a PB of 12.05 to edge out clubmate Liz Jenkins (12.39) and Randwick Botany hurdler Tara Holt (12.40s).

Rubie scored another PB when she ran 23.92s to finish runner up to Hills’ Commonwealth Games rep Olivia Tauro in the open women’s 200m.

Tauro scored in the good time of 23.44s (wind +3.3m).

Rubie’s efforts had coach John Atterton beaming but he added a cautionary note: ``I hope she can keep it up after Christmas.’’

Earlier in the day Holt, looking the fittest she has ever been, won the open women’s 100m hurdles in 14.04s from The Hills’ Jo Waring.

Holt’s coach Penny Gillies was pleased with her progress but added ``she still has a bit to do.’’

The Hills’ Nick Hough and Illawarra Blue Stars’ James Grimm staged a battle royal in the open men’s 100m with Hough prevailing by just 0.02s.

He won in the wind assisted personal best time of 10.53s while Grimm was delighted with his 10.55s.

Grimm had indicated a fast 100m was in the offing when he scorched the tartan over 60m earlier this season.

For Hough it was the last chance to regain the NSW under-18 100m record. He had lowered the record twice this year, 10.62, then 10.61 in June, but lost it to Cherrybrook’s Ben Jaworski who ran 10.58 at the Australian All Schools.

Robert Marks (Westfields) clocked a good sprint double of 10.75 and 21.51.

Hough also won the open men’s 200m (21.44s) and the under 20 men’s 110m hurdles in 14.47s.

His coach Anthony Benn said Hough would soon have a well earned break from competition.

``He’s had a pretty big year and deserves a rest,’’ Benn said.

He also predicted better things to come over the hurdles.

``Today was only his second start over the 110m hurdles at 99cm and it will take him a while to find his rhythm,’’ he said.

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