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Stawell Gift Heats' featuring Collins & Rouge-Serrett VIDEOS

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Stawell Gift Heats 21 & 22 featuring Kim Collins and Aaron Rouge-Serrett.



2011 Stawell Gift Heats, held on Saturday 23rd April. Final two heats of the day featured the best sprinters of the carnival - 2003 world champion Kim Collins and national 100m & 200m champion Aaron Rouge-Serrett.

In heat 21, Kim Collins running from scratch conceded 11m to the outmarker Javad Asghari who had been well backed in to win the Gift. Collins took a while to catch the frontmarkers but in a brilliant charge to the line, the St Kitts & Nevis track legend took the tape marginally ahead of the gutsy Asghari in a time of 12.55.

In heat 22, Aaron Rouge-Serrett came off 1.25m and again had a well fancied frontmarker to contend with; this time it was AFL boundary umpire Aaron Coote (10.25). Coote opened up with a good lead and looked to have the race in his keeping until Aaron R-S stormed over the top to win by about 1/4m in the good time of 12.49.

Exciting finish to the heats of the 2011 Stawell Gift with the two best athletes in the field winning the last two heats and advancing to the semis.


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