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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Jack Hale wins Latrobe Gift & all the 2017 Latrobe Final RESULTS

Jack Hale wins Latrobe Gift & all the 2017 Latrobe Final RESULTS

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120m Latrobe Gift
1 Jack Hale 0.50m 12.32sec. $2,400
2 David McCrae 11.00m 12.42sec $800
3 Edward Gates 8.00m 12.49sec $600
4 Brandon Clark 10.25m 12.59sec $200
5 Nicholas Graver 10.00m
6 Daniel Reeves 10.25m


120m Latrobe Women's Gift
1 Abbey Chapman 4.50m 14.10sec $800
2 Amy Pedder 8.50m 14.18sec $350
3 Laura Downie 7.00m 14.20sec $250
4 Morgan Gaffney 1.75m 14.30sec $100
5 Lily James 7.25m 14.47sec
6 Laura McShane 6.25m 14.66sec


Men's 400m
1 Dan Lemoto 34m 47.90sec $450
2 Max Green 27m 48.15sec $120 **
3 Jorden Englund 33m 48.67sec $180 **
4 Jarred Gilroy 20m 49.40sec
5 Alec Eiszele 30m 49.60sec
6 Mark Canning 41m 49.89sec
7 Lachlan Bonney 22m 50.73sec
8 Dominic Anastasio 25m DNF


Women's 400m
1 Amy Pedder 30m 54.97sec
2 Sandy Loring 36m 55.48sec
3 Eve Bell 23m 55.49sec
4 Nicole Perry 22m 56.38sec
5 Olivia Ollington 24m 58.50sec
6 Samantha Lind 4m 59.20sec
7 Jade Longstaff 23m 60.09sec
DNS Madeline Scott 20m


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1 Deon Kenzie 155m 3-56.68 $900
2 Aaron Humphrey 160m 3-56.79 $300
3 Dylan Evans 115m 4-00.27 $200
4 Mitchell Cashion 75m 4-06.05 $100
5 Charles Brooks 200m 4-02.17
6 Troy Atkins 235m 4-07.89
7 Bev Covington 120m 4-15.45
8 Abbey de la Motte 215m 4-16.13

Full results available at  https://sitedesq.sportstg.com/assets/siteDesq/3729/documents/Latrobe%20results1.pdf



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2 Jack Hale wins the 2017 Latrobe Gift on Thu Dec 28, 2017 7:03 am

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http://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/5141711/hale-storms-his-way-to-carnivals-victory/

Jack Hale wins the 2017 Latrobe Gift

by Alex Fair
The Advocate
28 Dec 2017


Jack Hale finally broke through for some success at the Christmas Carnivals series when he won the Latrobe Gift in blistering fashion on Wednesday, but the sprint sensation maintains his focus is on the bigger picture that is the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.


IT'S MINE: Jack Hale celebrates his Latrobe Gift victory on Wednesday, his first major success in the carnivals series. Picture: Brodie Weeding

The 19-year-old from Hobart, who is taking part in his fourth series, was in breathtaking form throughout the entire day.

With a handicap of 0.50m, he won his heat in 12.18, his semi-final in 12.27 and then clocked 12.32 in the final to win a crown that looked his for the entire day.

“It is nice to come out here after being in Melbourne for six months now and race in front of the home crowd, it is nice to get a win out,’’ he said.

“Today clicks over exactly 50 days until the Comm Games trials and that is obviously my main focus for the year.

“My coach (Adam Larcom) wouldn’t let me come here if he didn’t think it was good, so me coming over here has been super critical in running fast in two months time.

“All the carnivals over here are just so historical, so to come out here and win anything with this would just be perfect for me and this is just perfect for me.”

Hale beat home David McCrae (12.32) and Edward Gates (12.49) to take home the title.

His win came after his a quieter 2017, where under Larcom he spent time interstate  focusing all his energy on to ensuring he had a strong enough of a training base to ensure his goals for 2018 could become a reality.

If the first evidence presented is anything to go by, he may be well on his way to achieving those.

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Super times recorded by Jack.
Right up there with the very best from such a tight mark.
Should be a great chance for Burnie as he should only go back .5 to scratch.

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