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Women's 100m

Who wins the Women's 100m?

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1 Women's 100m on Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:24 am

Mex

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Testing my ability to keep on top of all the athletes we will put the Women's 100m or 120m up each week. I would still like to see a potential lift for the female athletes for Stawell now that their is parity in money. Imagine each week having a full field of athletes not only gunning for he win but also an extra metre for later in the year. I think that would bring the numbers. Being the third year of Stawell increasing the prize money on offer I would think there are a few athletes who knew they would not be a chance the first year and have well and truly waited for the third one. If the limit stays out it is anyones game. On to Sandringham where numbers are good. Again I think that an amo type runner will take this one with their focus being on other things before christmas.

2 Re: Women's 100m on Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:06 pm

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Ok Mex I will have a stab at the top three and put Barnard, N McDowell and Loizou as my tips for the Women's at Sandy

3 Re: Women's 100m on Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:09 pm

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Not as many votes as I would like. Maybe it is like some of the athletes at this stage of the year and by that I mean a little slow. Nonetheless we look with interest at this 100m Women’s race. Being the third year of the guaranteed equal prize money at Stawell I would think these races are more about who wants some early success and those who are prepared to try and take out the major. Front markers will likely hold on here with the uncertainty of the limit at Easter. All votes are relatively low, but 3 athletes have double figure percentages, so let’s look at them. I will have my eyes on the back though.

Jody Richards 9.5m – 11% - Jody has a nice mark but for me is still a little off the mark. Sometimes it is hard to tell with young athletes but I feel that her best will be to come. I would think that with some quality close behind her, she will get swamped. Boustead, Duynhoven, Musgrove, Pasquali, Bailey and Henderson if all fit will comfortably account for her. If they want to that is.

Chloe Barnard 12m – 14% - Sorry but someone must know something I don’t here. Her form last season does not suggest she should be capable of winning any time soon. Her 15 sec Bendigo run puts here at the back of this field. Have I missed something? Maybe I should get to know all of the female athletes a little more Wink

Megan McMahon 14m – 11% - I am very interested to see how Megan goes this year. She has run round bends, up straight tracks and should probably be hitting her straps off what is now a good mark. She can afford a couple of wins and still have a go at a bigger race. Pretty good votes for her, I would think she will final and go close.

I hope that none of the more fancied athletes get pulled in this week. I personally would like to see a bonus available for winning races like the men but this is the last I will mention it this week.

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