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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Gold Coast Down Under Meet - RESULTS (Whaler 11.78)

Gold Coast Down Under Meet - RESULTS (Whaler 11.78)

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2011 Down Under Championships
- 1/07/2011 to 3/07/2011
Gold Coast City Athletics Centre
Results



Women 18-19 100 Metre Sprint
Heat 1 Preliminaries

Wind: 1.5
1 Detenamo, Chrissa 18 Oceania 12.84Q
2 Farkas, Bailey 18 United States of 13.14Q
3 Petrowsky, Anna 18 United States of 13.24Q
4 Gardiner, Brittany 19 Aspley 13.30q
5 Moschino, Vivien 18 Thompson Estate 13.48q
6 Sandmeier, Megan 18 United States of 13.58
7 Gilchrist, Hayley 18 New Zealand 14.15
8 Perry, Brittany 19 United States of 16.25

Heat 2 Preliminaries
Wind: 0.7
1 Hawking, Tara 19 Queensland 12.65Q
2 Niederklein, Abby 18 United States of 13.29Q
3 Harris, Lacey 18 United States of 13.40Q
-- Wisil, Toea 23 Papua New Guinea X11.82
-- van Veenendaal, Charlott 23 Gold Coast Victory X11.89
-- Butler, Hayley 27 New South Wales X11.94
-- Whaler, Laura 24 New South Wales X11.96


Women 20+ 100 Metre Sprint
Wind: 2.0
1 Wisil, Toea 23 Papua New Guinea 11.65
2 Whaler, Laura 24 New South Wales 11.78
3 van Veenendaal, Charlott 23 Gold Coast Victory 11.84

3 Butler, Hayley 27 New South Wales 11.84
5 Nanda, Srabani 20 Gold Coast Victory 12.31
6 Mackaway, Sarah 21 Qeii Track Club 12.62
7 Fairclough, Gemma 22 Ashgrove Rangers 13.34
8 Moxham, Tristra Awd T20 22 Thompson Estate 14.82
-- Sonneveld, Louise 22 Queensland DQ


Women 20+ 200 Metre Sprint
Wind: 0.2
1 Nanda, Srabani 20 Gold Coast Victory 25.12
2 Davidson, Trudy 23 Runaway Bay 26.03
3 Van Der Waal, Beth 23 Runaway Bay 26.74
4 Steven, Eunice 27 Papua New Guinea 26.92
5 Faircloough, Gemma 22 Ashgrove Rangers 28.21
6 Sonneveld, Louise 22 Queensland 28.32
7 Moxham, Tristra Awd T20 22 Thompson Estate 31.24


Women 20+ 400 Metre Run
1 Hetherington, Kelly 22 Victoria 55.38
2 Davidson, Trudy 23 Runaway Bay 57.28
3 Van Der Waal, Beth 23 Runaway Bay 58.65
4 Fitton, Emily 25 Qeii Track Club 62.68
5 Faircloough, Gemma 22 Ashgrove Rangers 68.23


Men 20+ 100 Metre Sprint
Wind: 1.3
1 Gander, Liam 23 New South Wales 10.52
2 Wroe, Sean 26 Victoria 10.71

3 Wisil, Kupun 26 Papua New Guinea 11.06
4 Thistleton, James 21 WSH 11.24
5 Kompaon, Francis 25 Papua New Guinea 11.95
6 Piccini, Adam 21 Thompson Estate 12.75
7 Gillespie, Steven 21 Gold Coast Victory 13.85
-- Higgins, Jack 17 Gold Coast Victory X11.54


Men 20+ 200 Metre Sprint
Wind: +0.0
1 Wroe, Sean 26 Victoria 21.49
2 Thistleton, James 21 WSH 22.35
3 Kompaon, Francis 25 Papua New Guinea 23.97
4 Piccini, Adam 21 Thompson Estate 26.24
5 Gillespie, Steven 21 Gold Coast Victory 29.26


Men 20+ 400 Metre Sprint
Heat 1

1 Boylett, Nicholas 25 Qeii Track Club 50.32Q
2 Kyriakides, Nathan 21 Gold Coast Victory 50.70Q
3 Fainges, Luke 20 Queensland 52.96Q
4 Grimley, Luke 20 Maroochy 53.65q
5 Monagi, Reginald 18 Papua New Guinea 56.09

Heat 2
1 Chapman, Ty 23 Gold Coast Victory 48.55Q
2 Thistleton, James 21 WSH 49.59Q
3 McCarthy, Kyle 29 Maroochy 52.48Q
4 Luana, Stanley 23 Papua New Guinea 53.21q

Men 20+ 400 Metre Sprint FINAL
1 Boylett, Nicholas 25 Qeii Track Club 47.52
2 Thistleton, James 21 WSH 48.79
3 Kyriakides, Nathan 21 Gold Coast Victory 50.99
4 McCarthy, Kyle 29 Maroochy 52.27
5 Luana, Stanley 23 Papua New Guinea 54.92

FULL RESULTS:
http://www.qldathletics.org.au/results/110703-DownunderChamps.pdf





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Charlotte van Veenendaal talks about the frustration with her results on the Gold Coast on her website.

http://charlottevanveenendaal.com/

Things don’t always go to plan

Posted on Sunday, 3 July, 2011
by Charlotte van Veenendaal


HAVE you ever felt so frustrated with the way that you have performed that you start to question the reasons why you work so hard, have given up so much and put yourself through so much pain? Well this weekend was one of those times! A couple of very disappointing races at The Down Under Meet on the Gold Coast, I finished 2nd and 3rd in the 100m and only managed to record 11.89 and 11.84 in very decent conditions.

After the meet I found myself confused, frustrated and in a very “heated discussion” with Gerrard. I am very a stubborn person and I expect the best out of myself every time I line up for a race, no matter how hard and fatiguing my week has been. Naturally I am also very hard on myself when things don’t go to plan.

Adding to the frustration is the belief that by running these times I am letting the other girls in the relay down. My training in the past few weeks has been going great guns, I’ve been getting through the increased load and I feel as though I am moving really well. So why has this not been transferring to my performance? Why do I feel so heavy? Where has my top speed gone? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME?? These are the questions I put to Gerrard, at one stage during our argument I thought all my boxing training was about to come in handy… Sometimes I feel sorry for Gerrard (post argument that is) as I am sure that he is just as frustrated as I am!

I suppose I would be silly to expect that everything will ALWAYS go perfectly without a hiccup or a speed bump (oh if it were that easy). All that I can do is take this experience and learn from it. Yes I am disappointed with myself but I have to think rationally and put this into perspective. I have never trained this hard in my whole life, we have only recently introduced a new gym program, plyo’s and of course the boxing, neither Gerrard nor I can really be sure how my body will react. We do know that I run in 9 weeks (4th September) and the plan is to be peaking then; all the competitions leading up to that time are used as stepping stones to gauge my progress and fine tune any elements we have been working on.

So to answer the above question, I do this because I LOVE IT, running makes me happy and makes me feel free. I put in the hard work because I want to excel I want to be the best and leave nothing on the track. I have sacrificed so much to this point and I want to be able to look back and know that I gave myself every opportunity in athletics and to have no regrets.

Keep training hard and don’t forget to smile

Charlotte

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