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1 Easter Bunnies on Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:59 am

Frontie


Been checking through recent results from up north. Look no further than up north to the Vikings stable. This years Sanderson-Milera is none other than Timothy Delahunty. New 200m PB to declare
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1. Michael Romanin 21.20
2. Mitchell Williams 21.53
3. Timothy Delahunty 21.55
4. Jordan Caldow 21.90
5. Andrew Imlah 22.06
6. Ardyn Foy 22.62
7. Tim Eschebach 22.78

Same blue print they used with Sanderson-Milera. He has the VAP boys moving extremely well. Obviously that's the first stable we need to look at.

2 Re: Easter Bunnies on Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:01 am

Baltimore Jack


Are there two Ryan Bedfords?  I missed the bay Sheffield but just saw a Ryan Bedford heat result. 12.94 on 3.75m. Josh tiu beat him. That's miles off Ryan Bedfords 2016 Stawell Gift run.
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3 Re: Easter Bunnies on Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:09 pm

Frontie


For those of us in attendance at Bay, he was clearly well off the pace was Bedford. Where was Delahunty? TSM clearly was not off the pace.

4 Re: Easter Bunnies on Wed Jan 04, 2017 8:53 am

UpHold


Frontie sounds like you might be on to something. But im also very surprised, considering this has come out of no where. Will be interesting to see what races Tim enters from now on, leading up to Stawell.

5 Re: Easter Bunnies on Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:04 pm

Robbo


Nice detective work Frontie... always nice to have interest in our group.

Tim ran that well that day absolutely and you may or may not have missed he also ran 10.77 (3.Cool in the 100m. The wind in the 200m was a perfect 2.0.

He has a PB of 10.82 (0.6? in think) from 2014 which and is the Australian Youth Beach Sprint champ which is all declared and subsequently he has a hcp at Stawell of 6m. Arguably a little stiff for a 10.8 runner on his 3rd visit but he is young and will grow into it if he chooses.

We had 11 runners race that day you have called out and we knocked over 9 pbs over the 100/200. The weather certainly helped.

I suppose the big assumption you have made is that he is attending Stawell as he doesn't tend to go every year as he has many other commitments. Hopefully he does this year but we haven't discussed it as we are only working on his track aspirations. He will be at ACT & QLD Athletic champs and Aus Surf Champs which you should be able to get the live results.

I'm not sure if your take on any potential strategies/model/blueprint is the same as mine. It was TSM's 200m PB of 21.30 that cost him .5m at Stawell and he lost the final but 2cm. If I had someone capable of winning Stawell I would be negligent in failing to recognise that the 2016 strategy went a little pair shape.

Best wishes for your preparations.

Robbo

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