Alice jump starts nationals campaign

Alice Bohdan and Monique Perry with coach Ron Bendall

Alice Bohdan got the Ron Bendall squad off to a great start on Day 1 of the Australian Masters Championships in Melbourne, winning the opening event, the 45+ years women’s long jump.

Alice claimed her second medal of the day when she was third in the women’s 45+ years 100m

Monique Perry also took gold, blitzing the field in the women’s 40+ years 100m in a dominant performance.

Third behind Monique was Jo Davis, who ran a personal best time to win her first ever national medal.

Ashley McMahon was second in the men’s 40+ years 100m by the closest of margins, 0.006 seconds.

Other finalists on the day were Alice Bohdan, fourth in the women’s 45+ years javelin; Maria Cimino, fourth in the women’s 45+ years 100m; and Janet Naylon, seventh in the women’s 50+ years long jump.

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