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Breen, VanVeenendaal & Whaler added to WC team

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1 Breen, VanVeenendaal & Whaler added to WC team on Tue May 17, 2011 10:35 am



Six added to Australian world champs team
Fri May 13 2011

Distance runners Eloise Wellings and Jeff Hunt are among the latest six inclusions in the Australian team for the upcoming world athletics championships in South Korea.

Wellings will contest the 10,000m in Daegu, having bettered the A qualifying standard earlier this month, while Hunt will run the marathon.

Also added to the team on Friday were women's 20km walker Regan Lamble and 4x100m relay runners Melissa Breen, Laura Whaler and Charlotte van Veenendaal.

Sally Pearson is also in the women's 4x100m squad, after previously being picked to run the 100m and 100m hurdles.

Kaila McKnight will be added to the squad in coming days, after setting a personal best of four minutes 05.65 seconds in the 1500m at a meet on Thursday night in South Korea.

The Australian team has grown to 30 and is expected to swell to about 40 by the end of July.

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