A forum devoted to track events from 60m to the 2 mile. Mainly pro but also news from local, national and international sprint & middle distance competitions.

Log in

I forgot my password


Display results as :

Rechercher Advanced Search

Latest topics
» Parkdale Results
Yesterday at 8:30 pm by JH

» 2018 Womens' 120m Stawell Gift
Yesterday at 8:12 pm by Admin

» 2018 Stawell Gift Form Guide is coming.......SOON
Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:08 pm by Hurricane

» VRTA Awards Dinner. 2017/2018 Season. Save the Date - Saturday 28th April 2018.
Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:25 pm by mwebster

» Stawell Gift Final - where do we stand?
Fri Mar 23, 2018 4:48 pm by timrosen35

» VRTA Points - Top 10's after Bendigo.
Thu Mar 22, 2018 1:16 pm by Downesy

» Stawell Gift 2018 - 98 athletes return from 2017
Wed Mar 21, 2018 4:01 pm by Admin

» Bunbury Gift entries close 9th of April
Mon Mar 19, 2018 2:37 pm by Pro Pasto

» Past "Bill Howard Winners"
Sun Mar 18, 2018 5:23 pm by Todd Ireland

March 2018

Calendar Calendar

You are not connected. Please login or register

PROTRACK » GENERAL » ASA Invitational RESULTS & VIDEO - 7th April 2011

ASA Invitational RESULTS & VIDEO - 7th April 2011

Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]


ASA Invitational Results
SANTOS Stadium
Thursday 7th April 2011

Women's 100m
Wind: -0.2
1 Alicia Wrench-Doody 12.12
2 Andrea DiPaolo 12.48
3 Rosie Kelly 12.58
4 Amie Mittiga 12.65
5 Kate Booth 12.77
6 Lauren Foote 12.86
- Leanne Hodge DNS

Men's 100m
Wind: -0.2
1 Todd Bateman 10.86
2 Robbie James 11.03
3 Alex Saliu 11.30
4 Dylan Hicks 11.33
5 Gabriel Cole 11.34
6 Ryan Rossouw 11.40
7 Andre Ortiz 11.52

Women's 200m
Wind: -0.2
1 Rosie Kelly 24.89
2 Andrea DiPaolo 25.11
3 Haylee Wilson 26.31
4 Claire Ashman 26.56
5 Katie Devlin 26.82
6 Ellie Meich 27.50
- Leanne Hodge DNS
- Lauren Foote DNS

Men's 200m
Wind: -0.7
1 Michael Brusnahan 21.70
2 Robbie James 22.24
3 Alex Saliu 22.24
4 Ryan Rossouw 22.64
5 Harry May 23.23
6 Dylan Hicks 23.37
7 Jonathon Sinclair 23.62
8 Andre Ortiz 23.67

Women's 800m
1 Paige Graham 2-15.96
2 Teagan Kustermann 2-17.64
3 Demi Axford 2-23.94
4 Kate McKenzie 2-26.65
- Clare Short DNS
- Sophie Linn DNS

Men's 800m
1 Jordan Williamz 1-50.05
2 Mark Fountain 1-50.25
3 James Boden 1-50.96
4 Robert Killmier 1-51.38
5 Brenton Rowe 1-51.39
6 Lachlan Aspinall 1-52.54
7 Matthew Ferber 1-52.56
8 Tim Norton 1-52.76
9 Bryce Watkins 1-53.89
10 Peter Hyde 1-54.06
11 Andrew Giam 1-55.97

Last edited by Admin on Tue Apr 12, 2011 10:07 am; edited 1 time in total


If i can make a suggestion, this looks like the time of meeting that could do with a mens 300m. Considering nationals are so close and because i doubt most of out top 400m runners would have run a proper 300m race.


good meet last night. 800 was a race of tactics no one willing to take the race on. pacemaker did a good job prob was noone wanted to sit second.
some athletes missing that would have improved the meet. no caldow no watkins no connolly and where was hodge in the womens sprints, she was suppose to run?



Williamsz, McGuire, and Morgan Impress at Invitational
posted by rtsam on
April 8, 2011, 3:59am

Last night’s Adelaide Airport Invitational at Santos Stadium provided some high quality performances on the track and in the field. Conditions were good, with a mild night and a slight wind greeting competitors. In a night filled with many highlights, Australian under 20 long jump champion Tim McGuire produced an impressive series of jumps to take victory in 7.65m in the men’s long jump over Victorian visitor Adam Radbone. McGuire’s new personal best jump catapults the talented junior to number four on the 2011 Australian rankings list.

The feature race of the evening, the men’s 800m, contained ten runners with personal best times of 1:51 or better. The best credentialed field ever to toe the starting line in any event at the Adelaide Airport Invitational provided an exciting spectacle of middle distance running. Despite pacemaker Michael Nitschke hitting

the desired time at 400m, the field hung back off the pace in the first lap. Victorian Lachlan Aspinall found himself in the lead just after the bell, with fellow Victorians Jordan Williamsz, and Commonwealth Games 1500m bronze medallist Mark Fountain close up. As the pace quickened dramatically with 200m to go, an enthralling battle ensued as Williamsz went to the lead, tracked by Fountain, and local James Boden, with Brenton Rowe gamely trying to hold on. Fountain and Boden launched challenges up the straight, but in the end, it was Williamsz who prevailed, stopping the clock in 1:50.06. Williamsz, 18, showed composure and tactical nous beyond his years to record an impressive victory. Post-race, Williamsz was happy with his performance and form coming into nationals.

‘It was a little bit slow early with no one really keen to go with the pace. I’m happy though. The next thing for me is to go to Nationals and try and get through these rounds of the 800 to make the final’, he said.

The 3000m race on the program provided great entertainment for the crowd with junior Luke Hargreaves performing the pace making duties. Splitting the first kilometre in 2:47, Chris Hartley and Paul Morgan looked comfortable, with Rhys Jones, and juniors Jacob and Riley Cock in tow. The last 800m proved to be an exciting war between Hartley and Morgan. Hartley extended down the back straight as Morgan hung on gamely. In the final 50m, it was the gutsy Morgan that found a little extra to prevail over Hartley and stop the clock at 8:19.62. Morgan was pleased with his performance post-race saying, ‘... that’s a five second personal best, so I’m really happy with the run.’

In the women’s 200m, Rosie Kelly recorded a personal best of 24.89, showing that she is in great form heading to nationals after also finishing third in Perth at the Australian Athletics Tour Final last week. Former national medallist Alicia Wrench-Doody comfortably won the women’s 100m, junior national medallist Michael Brusnahan was impressive, running 21.70 for victory in the men’s 200m, and Richard Moecks clearing 4.80m in the pole vault ahead of Tim McDermott. State champion Todd Bateman was slightly disappointed with his performance of 10.86 in the men’s 100m, but was philosophical about still being on the track and heading the nationals after an achilles tendon scare earlier in the season.

All eyes will now turn to the 89th Australian Athletics Championships & Selection Trials which kick off in Melbourne next Friday. The three day event will close a chapter on a long history of great athletics competition at Olympic Park. Full results from the Adelaide Airport Invitational are available by visiting

Sponsored content

Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum