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Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016

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1 Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Sun Mar 13, 2016 12:35 pm

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70m FINAL
1 Daniel Sonsini 5.25m 7.517s
2 Tim Rosen 9.00m 7.532s
3 Tom Paavola NSW 7.50m 7.58s
4 Ollie Wurm 6.00m 7.630s
5 Tim Potter TAS 9.00m 7.672s
6 Lawrence Coop 8.00m 7.776s


120m Under 20's FINAL
1 Mitchell White 14.75m 12.53s
2 Tom Griffin 12.00m 12.59s
3 Ryan McNamara 3.25m 12.69s
4 Celeste Dwyer 29.0m 12.79s
5 Matt Burleigh 8.75m 12.804s
6 Lachlan Wright 22.0m 12.810s
7 Karlee Bailey 24.0m 12.84s
8 Mason Keast 10.0m 12.88s


400m WOMEN
1 Cassie Hawks 23m 54.10s
2 Natasha McDowell 38m 54.12s
3 Celia Cosgriff 27m 54.44s
4 Cara Boustead 35m 54.70s
5 Jody Richards 35m 54.81s
6 Megan McMahon 47m 54.82s
7 Kirrily Burnett 42m 54.99s
8 Kim McDonough 50m 55.03s
9 Meg Deane 39m 55.29s


400m Restricted (SportsBiz)
1 Keely Shillito 120m 46.70s
2 Dani Pike 90m 70m 46.71s
3 Tom Deane 75m 47.183s
4 Beau Tran 53m 47.183s
5 Jack Anderson 24m 47.316s
6 Gerard Adams 82m 47.319s
7 Alex Coop 84m 47.42s
8 Kyle Hilson 84m 47.53s
9 Lachlan Wright 59m 47.97s
10 Michelle Young 94m 48.29s


800m INVITATION
1 Jacob Reed 20m 1-51.38
2 James Alexander 9m 1-51.64
3 Cody Williamson 36m 1-51.65
4 Michael Marantelli 28m 1-51.81
5 Cameron Clayton 12m 1-51.86
6 Jake Stevens 13m 1-51.98
7 Michael Preece 40m 1-52.30
8 Matthew Heislers 40m 1-52.48
9 Tom Fawthorpe 0m 1-52.49
10 Tim Norton 32m 1-53.12


800m OPEN
1 James Deane 42m 1-52.41
2 Karoline Curtis 160m 1-53.229
3 Sean Quilty 102m 1-53.230
4 Dylan Moore 50m 1-53.66
5 Luke Bero SA 40m 1-53.84
6 Martine Beer 180m 1-54.13
7 Stefan Catalano 140m 1-54.94
8 Brad Kitto SA 40m 1-55.69
9 Mark Hipworth 94m 1-56.86


Semi Final draw for the Bendigo Gift and Bendigo Black Opal to be run later today.

Bendigo Gift Semi Finals
SF1
Name - H'cap - Heat Time
N Riali 4.0m 12.629s
O Wurm 7.75m 12.657s
D Steinhauser 8.5m 12.540s
D Paull 8.75m 12.676s
N Magree 10.5m 12.584s
C Foley 11.25m 12.537s

SF2
A Robinson 4.5m 12.714s
C Verrall SA 8.5m 12.950s
D Gross SA 9.5m 12.637s
D Dobric 10.25m 12.529s
R Lehmann 11.75m 12.573s
M Cooper 11.75m 12.570s

SF3
K Brittain 7.0m 12.644s
C Dunbar 8.5m 12.602s
L Phelan 9.75m 12.572s
L Taylor 10.25m 12.675s
T Rosen 13.35m 12.658s
P Hughes 14.25m 12.498s

Bendigo Black Opal 400m
Semi Finals
SF1

L Stevens 0m 46.88s
R McNamara 14m 47.16s
A Kenshole 22m 47.36s
C Clayton 23m 47.67s
H Adams 25m 46.96s
P Tancredi 26m 46.34s
S Ezard 28m 47.35s
D Heiden 40m 47.25s

SF2
A Boudrie 12m 47.69s
M Hargreaves 15m 46.80s
T Paavola NSW 26m 47.16s
T Rooke 27m 46.78s
M Zeed 32m 47.69s
L Phelan 34m 46.26s
J Cohen 37m 47.92s
A Curran 40m 46.76s

SF3
D Paull 14m 47.79s
J Reed 22m 47.59s
S Aberdein 23m 47.65s
L Burnett 28m 46.79s
L Coop 30m 47.19s
J Lacey 34m 45.96s
B Maurer 34m 47.53s
T Rosen 40m 47.11s


Women's 120m Semi Finals
SF1
Amie Mittiga SA 5.25m 14.468s
Bridget Powell 7.0m 14.685s
Jess Williams SA 9.0m 14.465s
Angela Phillips 11.50m 14.491s
Nadeen Brown 14.25m 14.383s
Samantha Hargreaves 19.0m 14.588s
Jacqueline Scott 21.0m 14.390s

SF2
Sophie Taylor 5.50m 14.471s
Stephanie Mundy 8.0m 14.415s
Kirsty Stevens 10.0m 13.400s
Brieanna Musgrave 10.75m 14.600s
Natasha McDowell 11.50m 14.333s
Loryn Savoia 12.00m 14.565s
Emma Gault 23.50m 14.505s

SF3
Katie Moore 6.0m 14.447s
Lauren Buchanan SA 8.50m 14.404s
Ebony Lane 8.50m 14.239s
Cleo Anderson 8.75m 14.486s
Celia Cosgriff 11.25m 14.661s
Megan McMahon 16.75m 14.475s


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RESULTS  - Sunday 13th March 2016

Bendigo Gift Semi Finals
SF1
1 D Paull 8.75m 12.529s
2 D Steinhauser 8.5m 12.550s
3 N Riali 4.0m 12.572s
4 N Magree 10.5m 12.595s
5 C Foley 11.25m 12.690s
6 O Wurm 7.75m 12.872s

SF2
1 D Dobric 10.25m 12.323s
2 R Lehmann 11.75m 12.518s
3 M Cooper 11.75m 12.615s
4 D Gross 9.5m 12.626s
5 A Robinson 4.5m 12.666s
6 C Verrall 8.5m 13.121s

SF3
1 C Dunbar 8.5m 12.491s
2 P Hughes 14.25m 12.58s1s
3 K Brittain 7.0m 12.591s
4 L Taylor 10.25m 12.635s
5 T Rosen 13.25m 12.725s
L Phelan 9.75m DNS

120m Bendigo Gift FINAL
1 Dean Dobric 10.25m 12.339s
2 Cam Dunbar 8.50m 12.453s
3 Dion Paull 8.75m 12.525s
4 Nathan Riali 4.0m 12.531s
5 Daniel Steinhauser 8.5m 12.612s
Rob Lehmann 11.75m DNS


Women's 120m FINAL

1 Nadeen Breen 14.25m 14.08s
2 Kirsty Stevens  10.0m 14.13s
3 Ebony Lane 8.50m 14.19s
4 Lauren Buchanan 8.50m 14.24s
5 Amie Mittiga 5.25m 14.27s
6 Samantha Hargreaves 19.0m 14.39s


Bendigo Black Opal FINAL
1 Jack Lacey 34m 44.99s
2 Leigh Phelan 34m 45.59s
3 Paul Tancredi 26m 45.81s
4 Luke Stevens 0m 45.85s
5 Ryan McNamara 14m 46.04s
6 Matt Hargreaves 15m 46.12s
7 Lonain Burnett 28m 46.18s
8 Ashley Kenshole 22m 46.71s
9 Andrew Curran 40m 46.81s



Last edited by youngy on Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:21 pm; edited 2 times in total


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I hope someone filmed the Bendigo Black Opal Final.

Luke Stevens 45.86s - Fastest time since Paul Pearce ran 45.52s off scratch in 2002.

I know we're only speculating but at a guess that has to be the equivalent of a mid 45s 400m on synthetic.

Individual qualifying time for the 2016 Rio Olympics is 45.40s.

http://protrack.easyforumlive.com/t529-bendigo-black-opal-400m-a-look-back
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Awesome run by Luke , he just keeps improving. Looking forward to nationals to see him hopefully qualify.
Youngy can u tell me if a rule has changed? Leigh Phelan scratched from the gift semi and ran 2nd in the Opal. Setting a bad Precedent

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Leigh was given permission from the Chief Steward.
As was Dion Paull to scratch from the opal semi once he made the gift final.

Hollywood Central


So is it a new rule or just up to the steward ? Don't like it. But that's my opinion.

7 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:01 am

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Luke Stevens ran 0.625 quicker than he did last year from scratch. Ryan McNamara ran a 46.0 of 14m which puts him at about a 47.7 400m, only 0.4 of the world junior qualifier!

8 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:04 am

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Hollywood Central - Seems to be a recent trend. I cannot think of this happening so regularly.

My personal view is I don't think it should be allowed. While I'm not suggesting there's anything untoward about those at Bendigo, it is a precedent that could be used as a tactic.

If an athlete chooses to run several events, my personal view is they should have to compete in all semis/finals they qualify for.

It is then up to the athlete to run up to their heat time. If they don't, then they are at the mercy of the stewards/handicapper.

If they feel a 400m run will affect their 120m semi final chances, then don't run the 400m.

I remember Port Pirie in 1998. Daniel Moss qualified for the Gift final. His coach Hal Thomas then got him to run the 400m heat which was about 45mins before the Gift final. Thomas and Moss were warned that when the Gift final comes around he was expected to run up to the time recorded in the heat/semi.

After winning his heat of the 400m, Moss won the Port Pirie Gift. He then ran and won the 400m final about 30mins later, thereby winning a memorable double.

I remember quite a few people questioned Hal Thomas's judgement, but he obviously knew he had a very fit athlete on his hands, one capable of backing up and winning the double.

So when a coach or athlete asks me if it's OK to run another event after qualifying for a semi or final, I just remind them there's an expectation the athlete run up to the heat time. If they don't think they can, then do not run in the second event.


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9 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:26 am

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http://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/story/3788341/buchanan-masters-mile/

Buchanan masters mile

Bendigo Advertiser
March 13, 2016

A Bendigo quinella in the Champions Supa IGA Invitation Mile highlighted Sunday night’s athletics finals at the Bendigo International Madison carnival.

Williamson opened up what looked like a race-winning lead with one lap to go.

Williamson still led by 30 metres in the back straight, but much to the delight of the big crowd Buchanan surged and picked up Buchanan in the shadows of the post.

“It’s a huge thrill for me,’’ Buchanan said.

“I love racing in Bendigo in front of family and friends and the big crowd.”

Buchanan thought he was in trouble with a lap to go.

“I did a lot of work in the first lap,’’ Buchanan said.

“I was feeling it, but I started to lift and the crowd got behind me.

“It was great to have two Bendigo boys out in front. I heard a few people yelling out my name and when I hit the home straight I got a new set of legs.”

Buchanan has had a big summer of racing across Victoria and interstate.

“This is easily the highlight for me,’’ Buchanan said. “I’ll race the Dragon Mile in a couple of weeks… hopefully I’ll win that as well.”

Buchanan’s win overshadowed the two big events – the Bendigo Thousand and the Black Opal. Teenager Jack Lacey scored the biggest win of his career when he won the Black Opal 400m.

Racing off 34m, Lacey ran a time of 44.988 seconds to defeat Leigh Phelan (34m) and Paul Tancredi (26m).

“It’s bloody magnificent,’’ Lacey said.

“To win this race is amazing. I’ve trained bloody hard for this and I can’t believe I won it.”


TALENTED TEEN: Jack Lacey wins the Black Opal 400m.

Dean Dobric gave up a footy career with Sandringham in the VFL to concentrate on athletics and his decision paid dividends when he won the Bendigo Thousand Finl (120m).

Dobric raced off 10.25m to win the final in a time of 12.39 seconds.

“My Dad was a sprinter and he’s always told me how big the Bendigo carnival is, so I feel very honoured to win this race,’’ Dobric said.

“It doesn’t get much better than this for me. I executed my start better than I did in the semi and heat and I stayed strong.”

Dobric will now head to the Stawell Gift at Easter.

“I’ll obviously get pulled back (handicaps), but I’ll give it a good shot.”

The other highlight of Sunday’s action was the win of Nadine Brown in the Women’s Vase (120m).

Meanwhile, Eaglehawk’s Emily Heislers celebrated a historic victory in one of Athletics Bendigo’s biggest track classics on Saturday night.

Racing off a mark of 15 seconds, Heislers joined her father, David as a winner of the great race. The Heislers are the first daughter-father combination to have won the Flack Advisory-backed event.

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10 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:07 am

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I totally agree youngy. Once u start an event you should see it through its entirety. Like u said, if that effects your other event, don't start. It doesn't sit well with me and I think it just opens up a can of worms for the VAL .

11 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:34 am

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youngy wrote:Hollywood Central - Seems to be a recent trend. I cannot think of this happening so regularly.

My personal view is I don't think it should be allowed. While I'm not suggesting there's anything untoward about those at Bendigo, it is a precedent that could be used as a tactic.

If an athlete chooses to run several events, my personal view is they should have to compete in all semis/finals they qualify for.

It is then up to the athlete to run up to their heat time. If they don't, then they are at the mercy of the stewards/handicapper.

If they feel a 400m run will affect their 120m semi final chances, then don't run the 400m.

I remember Port Pirie in 1998. Daniel Moss qualified for the Gift final. His coach Hal Thomas then got him to run the 400m heat which was about 45mins before the Gift final. Thomas and Moss were warned that when the Gift final comes around he was expected to run up to the time recorded in the heat/semi.

After winning his heat of the 400m, Moss won the Port Pirie Gift. He then ran and won the 400m final about 30mins later, thereby winning a memorable double.

I remember quite a few people questioned Hal Thomas's judgement, but he obviously knew he had a very fit athlete on his hands, one capable of backing up and winning the double.

So when a coach or athlete asks me if it's OK to run another event after qualifying for a semi or final, I just remind them there's an expectation the athlete run up to the heat time. If they don't think they can, then do not run in the second event.


In addition Youngy, one might assume that the athlete(s) that missed a spot in the Gift semi yesterday, or the semi finalists/finalists in the Opal, may have grounds to be none to impressed. But what do I know....

12 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:40 pm

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2016 Bendigo Black Opal Final



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13 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Wed Mar 16, 2016 8:22 pm

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Not sure where or how it can be used to the detriment of mankind....or woman kind.

Maybe it's better for someone to get to a gift final after running a hard Bendigo 400mts semi and finish 5 or 6 metres last.
Then regardless of the penalty imposed by the handicaper or steward, the populace scream that that particular runner robbed "freddy" of a spot in the final
I've always thought it would be a better final of an event if the whole field are fit and trying their best, rather than survive the ordeal. sunny sunny cheers cheers cyclops cyclops Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

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14 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Thu Mar 17, 2016 10:59 am

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Should Bendigo should change the program so athletes don't need to scratch?  scratch
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15 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:06 pm

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Doing away with 400 semis would help programming. Six heats of the 400 do not warrant semi finals. Make runners run hard in the heats to earn a spot in the final. You could run the 400 heats after the gift semis if you wanted to.

16 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Thu Mar 17, 2016 1:22 pm

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Does anyone know if a track allowance will be applied to race results from Bendigo?

Just curious about what happens to the 7 who put it all on the line in the Opal Final, smashing the ceiling time of 46.50.

The 2015-16 handicap guideline say nothing about track allowance for grass tracks so have to assume they will have to be re-handicapped for Easter, but this has been a moving proposition in the past.

Clarification anyone?

17 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Thu Mar 17, 2016 2:04 pm

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DizzyRunner, steward's report for Bendigo says allowance of 0.5 seconds for 400m and 0.1 for the 70m.

18 Re: Bendigo RESULTS - Saturday 12th March 2016 on Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:40 am

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Dizzy - looks like all but 1 or maybe 2 of them got pulled into Stawell.

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