Monthly Archives: January 2017

McMahon and Collum are classics

Ashley McMahon and Anthony Collum have ben invited to contest Saturday’s Hunter Track Classic at Newcastle. The classic is one of the State’s highest profile events. Both will contest the open mmen’s 100m and the 2x100m relay. In the relay … Continue reading

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Collum’s international success

Anthony Collum finished third in the men’s 200m at the Capital Classic meet at Wellington, New Zealand, on Friday. He also finished fourth in the 100m

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Farrow’s the champion

Australian skeleton slider John Farrow is the North American Cup series overall champion for 2016-2017. Farrow clinched the title at Lake Placid over the weekend. “It is my first overall title after nine years of sliding,” Farrow said. “Thanks to … Continue reading

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Donofrio dominates

Nicolette Donofrio smashed her personal best time running into a headwind to convincingly win her heat of the open women’s 200m at Saturday’s Allcomers meeting at Bankstown. Donofrio, 14, also easily won the women’s 90m hurdles.

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Collum in NZ classic

Anthony Collum has been invited to contest New Zealand’s top sprint race at the Capital Classic meet at Wellington on Friday. Collum is one of several international athletes who will contest the men’s 100m at Newtown Park.

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Farrow starts New Year in style

Australia’s top skeleton athlete John Farrow was in action last weekend, lacing up his spikes and competing at the fifth and sixth North American Cups . . .  and what a successful weekend he had! Farrow, a Sochi 2014 Olympian who does his … Continue reading

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Nicolette upstages older rivals

Nicolette Donofrio, 14, ran a personal best time to take the silver medal in the NSW under 20 years 60m championships at Wollongong on Saturday. Nicolette finished second behind Australian World Juniors representative Luisa Healey. She also finished third in her … Continue reading

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