Monthly Archives: October 2016

Whelan, Perry in 200m finals

Gabbie Whelan and Monique Perry¬†won their way into their 200m finals at the World Track and Field Championships at Perth on Monday. Competing in the women’s 55+ years division Whelan ran third in her heat to qualify seventh fastest while … Continue reading

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McMahon, world’s second fastest old guy

Ashley McMahon wound back the clock to run 10.67s for the 100m in the men’s 40+ years age group at the World Masters Track and Field Championships in Perth on Saturday. McMahon finished second in the third fastest time of … Continue reading

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McMahon fastest in 12 years

Ashley McMahon turned back the clock to 2004 in qualifying equal fastest in the men’s 40+ years 100m final to be run on Saturday at the World Masters Track and Field Championships in Perth. McMahon won Friday’s heat in 10.80s … Continue reading

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Monique the Magnificent!

Monique Perry ran a huge personal best time to finish fifth in the final of the 40+ years women’s 100m at the World Masters Track and Field Championships at Perth on Thursday. Her training partner Maria Cimino made her second … Continue reading

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Maria hammers out a big PB

Maria Cimino achieved both her goals on the first day of the World Masters Track and Field Championships at perth on Wednesday. Competing in the women’s 45+ years hammer throw, she threw a big personal best and also made the … Continue reading

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Six of the best

Six Ron Bendall squad athletes will contest the World Masters Track and Field Championships in Perth starting October 26. They are: Ashley McMahon, 40+ men’s 100m and 200m; Monique Perry, 40+ women’s 100m and 200m Gabby Whelan, 55+ women’s 200m … Continue reading

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McMahon makes his mark

Ashley McMahon equalled his UTS Norths club record when he took out the men’s 40+ years 60m in Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field on Saturday. Monique Perry won the women’s 40+ years 60m in the fastest time of the … Continue reading

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McEwan fires a shot across their bow

Clinton McEwan staked his claim for a spot in UTS Northers open men’s shot put team at the State Relays Championships by finishing third in that event in Treloar Shield competition at SOPAC on Saturday. Nicolette Donofrio and Susie Douglas … Continue reading

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Collum claims 200m win

Anthony Collum was an easy winner of the open men’s 200m at Friday night’s Allcomers meeting at Hensley. Collum came off the bend with a clear 10m lead and held his opposition at bay in the run to the line.

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Medlas, finals, PBs and a record

At the recent NSW All Schools Championships, Ron Bendall squad athletes: Won three silver medals; Made 14 finals; Set 10 personal bests; And broke a school record. Medalists were: Nicolette Donofrio, 14 years 90m hurdles and 200m hurdles; Susie Douglas, … Continue reading

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