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PROTRACK » GENERAL » 50% of Women Stawell Gift Winners were slower than Talia Martin

50% of Women Stawell Gift Winners were slower than Talia Martin

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Fastest Women Stawell Gift Winners
Year Name Distance Handicap Time Act dist MPS RPM (Time/Distance)
1 2012 Breen, Melissa 120 0 13.95 120 8.6022 0.1163
2 2009 Greaves, Trisha 120 6 13.6 114 8.3824 0.1193
3 2008 Brennan, Catherine 120 4.75 13.88 115.25 8.3033 0.1204
4 2014 Dobbyn, Holly 120 11.5 13.13 108.5 8.2635 0.1210
5 2015 O'Dwyer, Grace 120 10.25 13.4 109.75 8.1903 0.1221
6 2001 McGibbon, Jennifer 100 4 11.76 96 8.1633 0.1225
7 2000 Lewis, Tamsyn 100 5 11.7 95 8.1197 0.1232
8 1994 Parkes, Karen 100 10.5 11.21 89.5 7.9839 0.1253
9 2011 Howard, Melissa 120 9.5 13.9 110.5 7.9496 0.1258
10 1989 Taylor, R 100 8.5 11.55 91.5 7.9221 0.1262
11 1997 De Jong, Melissa 100 4.75 12.05 95.25 7.9046 0.1265
12 2013 Strauss, Davina 120 10 13.98 110 7.8684 0.1271
13 1990 Marantelli, Bernadette 100 8.75 11.67 91.25 7.8192 0.1279
14 2016 Martin, Talia 120 13 13.7 107 7.8159 0.1279
15 2007 Anderson, Bronwyn 120 10.5 14.03 109.5 7.8047 0.1281
16 2002 Ivisic, Snezana 100 9 11.67 91 7.7978 0.1282
17 1998 Harris (Lehmann), Narelle 100 9.25 11.7 90.75 7.7564 0.1289
18 1993 Benton, A 100 11.5 11.42 88.5 7.7496 0.1290
19 1996 Simpson, Karen 100 11 11.58 89 7.6857 0.1301
20 2003 Meagher, Kimberley 100 14.5 11.15 85.5 7.6682 0.1304
21 2010 Watt, Jacqueline 120 12.25 14.06 107.75 7.6636 0.1305
22 1992 O'Donell, J 100 13 11.39 87 7.6383 0.1309
23 1991 Carr, Sue 100 12.75 11.52 87.25 7.5738 0.1320
24 1995 Carr, Sue 100 13 11.57 87 7.5194 0.1330
25 2005 Fairweather, Alison 100 13 11.64 87 7.4742 0.1338
26 2006 Brailey, Samantha 120 14.5 14.25 105.5 7.4035 0.1351
27 2004 Foster, Rebecca 100 14.75 11.57 85.25 7.3682 0.1357
28 1999 Cowling, Vanessa 100 18.75 11.51 81.25 7.0591 0.1417

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17 out of 28 on 10.0 or more.
10 on more than 12.0.
Over 1/3 of all winners on 12.0m or more.
9 on 12.0 or more when it was only 100m.
This should not be the statistics of a modern day Stawell Gift.
Womens Handicapping needs an overhaul.

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airtight wrote:17 out of 28 on 10.0 or more.
10 on more than 12.0.
Over 1/3 of all winners on 12.0m or more.
9 on 12.0 or more when it was only 100m.
This should not be the statistics of a modern day Stawell Gift.
Womens Handicapping needs an overhaul.


Yes in this year’s race (2016 Women’s Stawell Gift) - 50% or 15 of the past Women's Stawell Gift winners would have needed 13m or more to win and most of them would not have been able to win from the 14m Limit.

On that basis Talia Martin is a quality athlete when compared to these past Women's winners.

Let’s hope we see change and more quality athletes made more competitive.

A Transparent handicap system so all can see how their handicap is calculated would help immensely to attract the best female sprinters. The only reason, for not showing how a handicap is calculated or is keeping it a secret is to hide corruption and manipulation. The handicap system has improved in recent years and this is the next positive and logical step forward.

The VAL needs to capitalise on the immense interest and momentum currently shown from all the quality young female sprinters in Australia.

The Stewarding and handicapping system will however have to change to keep them interested and competing. But the opportunity is there for the taking.

The VAL are saying they want to grow ….will they grasp the opportunity?

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