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Sandringham 100m Lift race

Who wins the 100m?

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1 Sandringham 100m Lift race on Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:18 am

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In the interest of the bonus metre on offer we will talk about the 100m event as well. Who will target an early metre before shutting up shop until Easter? Is there someone who will play their hand early or is this one for someone who just wants a win? I will be watching for two things, an amo runner who is not interested in running week in week out for small lifts or someone who would end up near the limit for Easter. The only other possibility is that one of the older gents or a female athlete take a win.

2 Re: Sandringham 100m Lift race on Wed Nov 09, 2016 10:54 am

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final: riali, rooke, brittain, rosen, coop, rogers, hilditch, bunevicius
winner: rooke

3 Re: Sandringham 100m Lift race on Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:12 pm

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If I were someone who had played the game last year and wanted to run sparingly to hide old injuries, this is the race I would target. Early in the season, you can come right back in your program and build towards a bonus metre at Stawell. I still maintain that a back marker or someone who prefers amos may be the goer in one of the smallest races with the biggest reward. And look who has some votes;

Jasper Nettlefold 6.25m / Jack Wilson 6.25m – 14% - With respect to Jack, I would place all these votes here on Nettlefold. Last year we saw that Rizzo was prepared to take a punt at a final, I think Jasper will as well. Fits my early profile. On the equivalent of 6.5m in the 120m, 7.5m would be right in the window. Watch with interest, if not this weekend then definitely before the bonus metre disappears.

Joshua Tiu 6.75m / Oliver Wurm 6.75m – 17% - You could argue a case for both of these gentlemen. A metre places them both on 8m for the end of the season. Tiu has had his crack at the biggest race and to be honest if I were him I would be aiming at another major. He seems to have struggled to get back to his best after the disappointment of being beaten by John Steffenson in 2012. I might have retired myself. The human Lumbricina** is a well and truly on my radar for a win. Where it is I am not sure. If he has completed the same focus as another famous 400m athlete who won the ultimate prize then he is a shot at anything. Time will tell, but I think it is time he came out of his Wurm hole and showed us what he is made of down the sprint track. **Fun fact – If you spell check Lumbricina is comes up as Lubricant!

Darren Whittaker 10.25m – Tim Rosen 10.5m – Whittaker has waited for a big gift for a long time now. I would think this race is not even on his radar to run in. He probably just wanted to check his starting mark and will run the 300m before unleashing one of those starts at Maryborough, Ballarat or Stonnington. Has nothing to gain from winning here. Tim ‘I have waited all winter to write about you again’ Rosen is in form. His early amo runs show that if you build your handicap and then get fit you can accomplish anything. Well almost. Starting on 12.5m in the 120m races, I would expect that Rosen may try and pick off an early one and then see if he can match it with the bigger boys in a major. If he doesn’t win he should go close. If he doesn’t want to win then he wont run. I hope he runs and that he wins. It means others can use him as cover if they want to. If he wins I guess he is leading the Sprinter of the Year category. Rolling Eyes

This has the makings of a quick final if the athletes targeting the metre advantage get caught up in a match race.

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