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Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly)

Most likely out of hillys top 10

Sam Russell 25M
 
Kostya khodoshian 27M
 
Deng Bulabek 32M
 
Cam clayton 32M
 
Robbie killmier 34M
 
Jack Sutton 40M
 
Michael Nitschke 43M
 
Jake Stangewitz 44M
 
Dave Girolamo 72M
 
Brad Jones 78M
 

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1 Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:13 pm

S.hill


Hillys top 10
550m open.
Sam "I am" Russell 25M: Young kid with plenty of potential, second last year, second at pre bay. Can he go one better here? I'm not sure he can but will final.

Kostya "what colour headband will I wear" Khodoshian 27M:
The form 550m runner of the SAAL with wins at flagstaff and port adelaide. Little off the pace at pre bay but goes forward 2M and had just run a 1600m. Will be better here.

Deng "bustling" bulabek 32M:
Didn't quite have the race tactics at pre bay but will have some improvement in him this time around, should strongly consider moving out his way if he is within reach at the final bend

Cameron "carnage" Clayton 32M:
After the stawell backmarkers final I feel carnage is appropriate. Carnage will go close if he chooses to run however he may prefer his chances in the select mile. Wait and see.

Robbie "Quicker than he lets on" killmier 34M:
Has been known to talk himself down then pops up and runs brilliantly, normally there's one from the pre bay final that finds a few metres. Hilly thinks robbie is the man.

Jack "top knot" Sutton 40M:
Last years winner and a third placing at pre bay. Hard to see him going back to back but never rule out a man confident enough to rock a man bun.

Michael "can talk all day" Nitschke 43M:
One minute he will tell you he's retiring, next he's gunna win. Serial finalist in this event without taking home the chocolates. Without seeing him run this season i can only assume he will be around the mark.

Jake "may be in the gift final" Stangewitz 44M:
Ran second at the Whyalla 120m gift, but hasn't done much since then. Not too sure where he is at but I can assure you if he runs the 550m he will be there at the crucial stages.

Dave "Santa clause" girolamo 72M:
Has run second placings all year until it came no pull time, has won 2 out of 2 since then. Hilly called it early on and expects girolamo to get up.
Hopefully he does so hilly can jingle all the way to the bar at the after party.

Brad "whispers Santa clause" jones 78M:
Hilly wouldn't have Jones in here however whispers seems to think he's the one,
Rumoured calf injury was the reason for the poor performance at port adelaide however wasnt too far off the pace with a 6th at pre bay.
Sneaks forward 2M here and is definately a chance to final.

Whispers


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Giralamo will be hoping Jones makes the final and gives him the same cover up and lead into the race that he did at the Pre Bay.
Looks like a real mad scramble coming up and maybe could be one of the races of the Carnival.

S.hill


Definately will be one of the races of the carnival whispers.
If any of the vic boys could throw in a couple more interstate chances. I have a feeling I may have missed a couple. Reed? Downes maybe?

Hitman17


Reed demolished a quality field at Epping over the distance back in late November in a good time. No disrespect to the SA boys but I think he has them all covered bar Girolamo. Think that these two will fight it out for first and second.

The Morphy Mongrel

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Girolamo was off 72 last year. Year older and he's 5seconds faster off the same mark. Credit must go to Mickey Buckler who has taken over Girolamo in the last 12 months. Looks to me he's been set for this race and has one foot on the podium.

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I'm going to say girolamo as well for the win but won't count out killmier as he is capable of anything and smokie in Rothe. Not to win but the kid is determined and could cause an upset in a heat.

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Shows you how bad Kilmier is going when he gets pushed out to 34. Khudoshin giving Kilmier a start is a joke.

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550m Open
Bryce Watkins 10.00 m
Harry May 20.00 m
Sam Russell 25.00 m
Angus Brock 26.00 m
Sam Chalmers 26.00 m
Rowan Jakeman 26.00 m
Gerard Kerr 26.00 m
Kostya Khudoshin 27.00 m
James Collier 28.00 m
Ryan Camille 31.00 m
Deng Bulabek 32.00 m
Cameron Clayton 32.00 m
Matt Grant 34.00 m
Robert Killmier 34.00 m
Stephen Alexander 36.00 m
Neil Brennan 36.00 m
Shane Ezard 36.00 m
Josh Dawkins 40.00 m
Arron Downes 40.00 m
Bradley Kitto 40.00 m
chol majok 40.00 m
Hayden Rothe 40.00 m
Jack Sutton 40.00 m
Christopher Ross 42.00 m
Michael Nitschke 43.00 m
Jacob Reed 44.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 44.00 m
Darren Naismith 46.00 m
Ashley Brown 48.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 48.00 m
Daniel Lawlor 48.00 m
Michael Voumard 48.00 m
Joshua Biggs 50.00 m
Riley Bonner 50.00 m
Jordan Sellar 50.00 m
Daniel Veith 50.00 m
Nicholas Giles 52.00 m
Steven Evanson 54.00 m
Matthew Fallon 54.00 m
Robert Kane 54.00 m
Justin Cohen 56.00 m
Sam Royans 56.00 m
Mark Beveridge 58.00 m
Matthew Cousins 58.00 m
David Palmer 58.00 m
Amin Chehade 60.00 m
Ben Sieben 60.00 m
NEALE GUNNING 62.00 m
Gordon Muir 62.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 64.00 m
Kiara Reddingius 70.00 m
David Girolamo 72.00 m
Alice Platten 75.00 m
Brad Jones 78.00 m
Richard McMahon 80.00 m
Geoff Troiano 82.00 m
Tom Hecimovic 84.00 m
Andrew Roe 84.00 m
Christopher Brown 85.00 m
Celia Cosgriff 92.00 m
Mick Abbott 100.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 110.00 m
Karin Laidlaw 110.00 m

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2013 Bay Sheffield Carnival
550m Open - Heat: 1
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Jake Stangewitz Black 48.00m 1:14.68
2 Stephen Alexander Blue 36.00m 1:14.85
3 Robert Kane Green 44.00m 1:15.24
4 Jarrad Watkins Red 26.00m 1:17.67
5 Kylie Williams 4 105.00m 1:20.51
6 Wade Girotto 1 56.00m 1:24.35
7 Karoline Curtis 3 80.00m 1:26.11
- Robert Killmier White 32.00m Scr
- Christopher Ross Yellow 40.00m Scr
- David Palmer Pink 54.00m Scr
- Simon Thompson 2 65.00m Scr

Event 99 - 550m Open - Heat: 2
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Cameron Clayton White 32.00m 1:13.02
2 Matthew Fallon Pink 54.00m 1:13.04
3 Matthew Cousins 1 56.00m 1:13.11
4 Daniel Lawlor Black 48.00m 1:15.56
5 Josh Nolan Red 26.00m 1:15.57
6 Ben Sieben 2 62.00m 1:16.08
7 Ashley Brown Green 45.00m 1:16.96
8 Brad Jones 3 75.00m 1:17.00
9 Drew Kowalski Yellow 40.00m 1:19.64
- Michael Marantelli Blue 35.00m Scr
- Kiara Reddingius 4 105.00m Scr

Event 99 - 550m Open - Heat: 3
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Jack Sutton Pink 55.00m 1:11.32
2 Murlin Remphrey Green 45.00m 1:12.04
3 Dominic Hoskins Red 26.00m 1:14.32
4 Matt Grant Yellow 34.00m 1:14.73
5 Amin Chehade 1 56.00m 1:16.78
6 David Girolamo 3 72.00m 1:16.96
7 Michael Hane Black 48.00m 1:18.20
- Cameron Yorke White 30.00m Scr
- Kostya Khudoshin Blue 34.00m Scr
- Daniel Veith 2 58.00m Scr
- Christopher Brown 4 85.00m Scr

Event 99 - 550m Open - Heat: 4
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Michael Nitschke Green 43.00m 1:12.94
2 Ben Wright Pink 52.00m 1:13.70
3 Tom Hecimovic 4 82.00m 1:15.21
4 Jacob Reed Black 46.00m 1:15.36
5 Eric Sapac Red 25.00m 1:16.65
6 Jarrad Dartnall 1 54.00m 1:18.65
7 Josh Dawkins Yellow 39.00m 1:19.52
- Harry May White 30.00m Scr
- Neil Brennan Blue 35.00m Scr
- Brad Schutz 2 58.00m Scr
- Matthew Konetschka 3 66.00m Scr

Event 99 - 550m Open - Heat: 5
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Sam Russell Blue 32.00m 1:13.12
2 Bryce Watkins Red 16.00m 1:13.51
3 Ryan Hage Green 42.00m 1:14.28
4 Darren Naismith Black 46.00m 1:16.40
5 Bradley Kitto Yellow 36.00m 1:17.04
- Ryan Camille White 28.00m Scr
- Alex Bacalja Pink 50.00m Scr
- Hayden Rothe 1 55.00m Scr
- Brendan Liddicoat 2 56.00m Scr
- Mark Hipworth 3 66.00m Scr
- Renee Ellis 4 80.00m Scr


550m Open - Final:
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Jack Sutton 3 55.00m 1:11.01
2 Sam Russell Blue 32.00m 1:11.25
3 Jake Stangewitz Pink 48.00m 1:11.45
4 Michael Nitschke Green 43.00m 1:11.78
5 Stephen Alexander Yellow 36.00m 1:12.30
6 Ben Wright 1 52.00m 1:12.32
7 Murlin Remphrey Black 45.00m 1:12.46
8 Cameron Clayton White 32.00m 1:12.68
9 Matthew Fallon 2 54.00m 1:13.36
10 Bryce Watkins Red 16.00m 1:14.24

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Vic chances:
- Darren 'always 4th' Naismith is a strong chance in both the 550 and 800. His golden locks are about as hard to miss as his 'grimace' to the finish line.
Expect him to be competitive.

- Jacob 'used to be chubby' Reed has quit the french fries, changed coaches and looks ready for his first interstate victory. Has only been seen a couple of times on the amo circuit this season and for good reason.

- Celia 'Chatterbox' Cosgriff has a strong chance if she saves breaths for the running. Celia jogs around most of the year and wins when the coach says she can pull the trigger.

11 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Sun Dec 21, 2014 10:47 pm

racingmania



Talk about a barking dog getting fed.
Jarrad Dartnall, a generous 10m lift on 2013.
64m is a crazy mark for a guy who is probably in the top 3 sprinters in the field.
He has 32 in a 400. Extra 150 meters and he goes up a whopping 32. Unbelievable.

12 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Sun Dec 21, 2014 11:05 pm

S.hill


Racingmania hilly has picked up on that also. Don't think he will be quite there this year but if he changes up his training lock him in next season.

13 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Sun Dec 21, 2014 11:51 pm

racingmania


He's changed to Buckler so already doing longer work.
after his mate Girolamo wins this year, Dartnall is a lock for next year.

14 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Mon Dec 22, 2014 12:00 am

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Let's face it, 550m marks are a dogs breakfast. Last year the winner got a lift after a bullshit effort at Pre-Bay. Just too many inflated marks for guys who like to lay low.

Rewards for Fit to Fat to Fit programs flourish in distance events.

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Fat-to-fit programs, hehehe.

16 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:08 am

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The 550m discussion is just a teaser until everyone looks at the premier disease race of the carnival the 'select mile' - one would think you should need to be somewhere near the best shape / within 90/95% of your PB to win this race? Not so sure this year.....

17 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:41 am

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oldman wrote:The 550m discussion is just a teaser until everyone looks at the premier disease race of the carnival the 'select mile' - one would think you should need to be somewhere near the best shape / within 90/95% of your PB to win this race? Not so sure this year.....


- Matthew Ferber with a recent 3.54 sounds like the only pick to challenge Rowe to me.

- Surely Bryce will be close too off his generous mark if he's not cooked from the 8/550.

Rowe to win.

18 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Mon Dec 22, 2014 10:05 pm

12345678


Hopefully a muppet off 44m or more will not win it.

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12345678 wrote:Hopefully a muppet off 44m or more will not win it.


Give it a rest pal.
Congrats to you for being a world beater and running in the ammos but not everyone has the ability to win from scratch as I'm assuming you must?
The idea of pros is people with less natural talent can still compete and win.

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I thought it an odd comment from 12345678. Why did he choose 44m as the cut off for "muppets"? Why not athletes over 40m or 35m?
Some good runners on more than 44m.

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I want to be there when 12345678 tells Adam Coote that hes a muppet for winning the 550m off more than 44m.
Think he may have won more sashes than 12345678 and umpired more football grand finals than 12345678 and his 550m sash at the Bay Sheff Carnival sits pretty well.
Its a good thing that 12345678 doesnt post often.

22 Re: Middle distance tips (550m chances by hilly) on Tue Dec 23, 2014 12:07 pm

Chinese_Whispers


为什么足球总决赛甚至得出这样的彼得?
12345678 只想要一个合法的选手赢得,而不是一些平庸的作弊追腰带。

DistanceRunning


A wise man once told me that sashes mean nothing santa

S.hill


I think 12345678 is just upset I didn't include him in the top 10 chances.

DistanceRunning


yeah i bet 12345678 is absolutely shattered that he wasn't included in your tips for the december olympics

S.hill


He wouldn't be in my tips for a state 400m or 800m final either.

Chinese_Whispers


S.Hill 必须吮指广大 U16 女子出来的阿莫斯能打败你的屁股作弊。

racingmania


DistanceRunning wrote:yeah i bet 12345678 is absolutely shattered that he wasn't included in your tips for the december olympics

I can only guess you have never been to the Olympics DR. Your comment shows you to be too ignorant & arrogant to be one of the less than 1% of the athletic population that ever makes it to Olympic level. Olympians don't make disrespectful comments and have far more respect for the battlers out there enjoying their sport regardless of what level they compete. The Bay Sheffield is a brilliant athletic carnival to be enjoyed by all regardless of what level you're at.

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