PROTRACK

A forum devoted to track events from 60m to the 2 mile. Mainly pro but also news from local, national and international sprint & middle distance competitions.

Log in

I forgot my password



Search
 
 

Display results as :
 


Rechercher Advanced Search

October 2017
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031     

Calendar Calendar


You are not connected. Please login or register

PROTRACK » TAL RESULTS » Richmond Athletic Carnival - Sunday 1st December 2013

Richmond Athletic Carnival - Sunday 1st December 2013

View previous topic View next topic Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin
Richmond Athletic Carnival
Sunday 1st December 2013


70m Men's FINAL
Place Name H'cap Time
1 Russell Taib (4.50) 7.80
2 Jacob Despard (3.25) 7.94
3 Cameron Cranfield (5.50) 7.94
4 Luke Whitney (3.75) 8.11
5 Andrew Robinson (0.50) 8.17
6 Brandon Clark (5.25) 8.38


70m Women's FINAL
1 Sandy Loring (8.00) 8.60
2 Lilly Castle (5.75) 8.73
3 Michelle Davis (7.00) 8.74
4 Kimberley Geelan (6.25) 8.80
5 Ella Scott (6.25) 8.90
6 Abby Chapman (4.75) 9.00


70m Maiden
1 Mitchell Gowen (4.00) 8.15
2 Bradley Cripps (9.00) 8.16
3 Jed Upton (4.00) 8.38
4 Brandon Clark (3.50) 8.52
5 Simon Calvert (5.50) 8.55
6 Alendra Hall (9.25) 8.90


120m Men's Gift FINAL
1 Russell Taib (6.50) 12.43
2  Luke Whitney (6.50) 12.56
3 Andrew Robinson (1.25) 12.68
4 Alec Eiszele (11.50) 12.77
5 Cameron Cranfield (8.50) 12.78
6 Darcy Lahey (8.50) 13.18


120m Women's Gift FINAL
1 Michelle Davis (10.75) 14.52
2 Lauren Gorringe (6.00) 14.60
3 Lilly Castle (8.00) 14.75
4 Kimberley Geelan (9.00) 14.79
5 Abby Chapman (6.25) 15.23
DNS Ella Scott


300m Men's FINAL
1 Andrew Robinson (17) 34.30
2 Luke Whitney (23) 34.54
3 Ryan O'Halloran (31) 35.72
4 Mitchell Gowen (16) 35.83
5 Mark Nicols (25) 36.29
6 Darcy Lahey (16) 37.23
7 Jed Upton (16) 39.38
8 Brodie Robinson (17) 39.44


300m Women
Redrawn as straight final
1 Michelle Davis (24) 39.62
2 Maddy Scott (18) 40.04
3 Lauren Gorringe (16) 40.04
4 Sandy Loring (23) 40.38
5 Jacqui Dalwood (18) 42.38
6 Natika Deavin (17) 42.60
7 Kimberley Geelan (22) 42.94
8 Karissa Overton (20) 49.81


1600m Open
1 Jacqui Dalwood (300) 4-07.66
2 Gerard Lowry (285) 4-11.28
3 Darren Brown (255) 4-14.94
4 Troy Atkins (200) 4-18.91
5 Brian Tuit (180) 4-24.13
6 Ben Covington (110) 4-27.00

For full results including all heats & the Masters event see : https://sitedesq.imgstg.com/assets/siteDesq/3729/documents/Richmond%20December%202013.pdf

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

Admin

avatar
Admin
Admin
http://www.themercury.com.au/sport/local-sport/super-taib-shrugs-off-handicap-to-take120m-richmond-gift/story-fnj92b0f-1226772642155

Super Taib shrugs off handicap to take 120m Richmond Gift

By SIMEON THOMAS-WILSON
MERCURY
DECEMBER 02, 2013


RUSSELL Taib showed why he is one of Tasmania's most promising sprinters by winning yesterday's 120m Richmond Gift.

Taib, who started with a 6.5m handicap, held off challenges from Luke Whitney and Stawell Gift winner Andrew Robinson, who raced off a tight handicap of 1.25m, to win a thrilling race in 12.43 seconds.

The race was part of Richmond Athletics Carnival, held at Richmond football ground in near-perfect conditions.

Taib, 15, also won the men's 70m race in 7.8sec, ahead of fellow sprinting sensation Jacob Despard, who was hampered after he was forced to add another 0.5m to his handicap distance for false starting.

Despard pulled out of the 120m Gift and the 300m because of a hamstring niggle. He said the injury would be looked at by a physio to find out if it would affect his chances at the upcoming National All Schools and Schools Knockout events.

Taib said he was thrilled with the win but thought his race in the final was one of his poorer efforts of the day.

"I feel overwhelmed and very happy as it's a big race, but I thought my performance was a bit more sluggish than in the heats and semi," he said.

"I think my determination got me through."

In the women's events, Michelle Davis, 31, claimed the 120m Gift and the 300m.

In the women's Gift, Davis survived a late surge from Lauren Gorringe, who won the 70m earlier in the day. Davis's time in the Gift was 14.52 seconds.

In the 300m, Davis (39.61 seconds) finished ahead of Maddy Scott.

"I'm probably in the best form I've ever been in, especially over the shorter distances," Davis said.

In the men's events, while Stawell Gift winner Robinson's chances of winning over shorter distances were hampered by challenging handicaps, he was rewarded in the 300m.

He caught Whitney and Ryan O'Halloran on the final corner and held them off to win in 34.3sec.

Robinson was pleased with his efforts, especially given the handicaps he shouldered in the 70m and 120m Gift.

"I can't be happier. I knew it would be difficult with the handicaps I had to race from, but to run well in three finals and win one is great," he said.

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com

View previous topic View next topic Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum