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1 Performance of the year on Tue Apr 07, 2015 2:36 pm


I think Leigh Phelans 300m vets win at stawell should be in the running for performance of the year at the awards night. To run 35.2 on a wet track going around people off 10m with the next backmarker starting off 27m. One of the best vet performances I've seen. But maybe Im just biased haha

2 Re: Performance of the year on Wed Apr 08, 2015 4:35 pm


The below runs would rank higher on the 'performance of the year' scale:

Luke Stevens:       Rye 400....that was magic
Liam Procaccino's: Bendigo 400 was gutsy
Craig Mair:            Albury & Ballarat double....surprised everyone inc himself
James Alexander:  Stonnington 1600m...came from no where with 250m to go

3 Re: Performance of the year on Wed Apr 08, 2015 5:43 pm


I believe there is a category just for Vets/Masters races?

But yes all of those are incredible performances. Amongst many others this season.

4 Re: Performance of the year on Thu Apr 09, 2015 10:12 am

Graeme Lebroy

Its hard to see Luke Stevens not winning and Phelans run was fantastic but I would rank James Alexanders win in the Wangaratta 800 as high as any of them. Ran 1.52 off 10 meters and in the process beat the subsequent Albury winner, Keilor winner, Avondale Heights winner and Stawell winner.

Also cant knock Wearnes win at Ballarat in the 120 irrespective of the drama attached to it in relation to the PBs being declared or not. That would rank very high for me.

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