Clinton McEwan won the men’s 60m skins competition at the Grass Games at Rotary field on Saturday.
Athletes competed in four races over 60m with one minute’s rest in between. The last two athletes in each of the first three races were eliminated. First past the post in the fourth and final race was the winner.
Earlier in the day Clinton won his heat of the open men’s 60m event and finished second in the final. he was also second in the men’s shot put.
At the NSW Athletics Championships, Ron Bendall squad athletes won two gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal.
They made 10 finals, two semi finals, one B final, and ran six personal best times.
Gold: Nicolette Donofrio, under 20 years women’s 100m hurdles; Susie Douglas, under 23 years women’s 400m hurdles.
Silver: James Hunt, under 20 years men’s 400m hurdles.
Bronze: Jessie Wong, under 18 years girls 400m hurdles.
Other finalists were:
Matthew Hunt, fourth under 16 years boys 200m hurdles; Jessie Wong, fourth under 18 years 100m hurdles; Nicolette Donofrio, fourth open women’s 100m hurdles and under 20 years women’s 200m (withdrew); Maya Piras, seventh under 20 years women’s 100m hurdles; and James Hunt, seventh open men’s 400m hurdles.
Bronte Pickering made the B final of the open women’s 200m and she and Monique Perry made the semi finals of the open women’s 100m.
Athletes who ran personal best times were: Nicolette Donofrio (2), heat and final of the under 20 years women’s 100m hurdles; Maya Piras (2), heat and final of the under 20 years women’s 100m hurdles; Joey Dennis, under 20 years men’s 200m; and Bronte Pickering open women’s 200m.