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Vaulters sharp in the West; Basic blasts 11.37 – Results Wrap 21 February 2021

  • 22 February 202122 February 2021

Nina Kennedy and Kurtis Marschall have recorded further Olympic qualifying marks at the WA Championships, while Hana Basic streeted the field in the women’s 100m on the first weekend of the Victorian Championships.

Kennedy cleared 4.70m before having three unsuccessful attempts at 4.82m, which would have been a new Australian record. Elizaveta Parnova was second in 4.40m, with a very close miss at 4.50m.

In the men’s event, Marschall cleared 5.80m before bowing out of the competition when the bar went to 5.90m. South Australia’s Jack Downey cleared 5.40m for second, ahead of Angus Armstrong’s 5.30m.

The headline performance of the first weekend of the Victorian Championships was the dominant victory in the women’s 100m by Hana Basic. The 25-year-old improved her personal best into a slight 0.2 m/s headwind to record 11.37 seconds. The performance moves her to 15th on the Australian all-time list.

Basic’s performance now tops the list of Australia’s emerging 100m stocks this season. It bodes well for a competitive 4x100m quartet now and into the future.

8 athletes sub-11.60 seconds so far this summer:

  • 11.37 seconds: Hana Basic
  • 11.47 seconds: Celeste Mucci
  • 11.48 seconds: Ebony Lane, Brianna Beahan
  • 11.49 seconds: Taylah Cruttenden
  • 11.54 seconds: Bree Masters, Monique Quirk, Riley Day

In other performances Damien Birkinhead recorded 20.48m in the shot put, his best performance since his 5th place at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Emerging NSW athlete Alexander Kolesnikoff recorded another 19m+ throw, with 19.39m at Illawong.

Hump Day Meet

Queensland Sport & Athletics Centre – Main Stadium
17 February 2021
Full results

WOMEN
Shot Lyvante Su’uemai 15.70m
MEN
Javelin Liam O’Brien 79.22m

WA Championships

WA Athletics Stadium
19-21 February 2021
Full results: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3

WOMEN
100m U20 (1.0) Taylah Cruttenden 11.65
100m H (2.1) Brianna Beahan 13.08
Triple Jump Caitlin Blackman 12.83m (2.0)
Pole Vault Nina Kennedy 4.70m (Oympic qualifier), Elizaveta Parnova 4.40m, Raphaela Corney 4.00m, Lauren Hyde-Cooling 4.00m
MEN
100m (1.7) Aaron Bresland 10.47 (heat: 10.46 nwi)
200m (2.4) Kyle Ennis 21.15
100m H (2.0) Adriaan Pelser 14.42
Pole Vault Kurtis Marschall 5.80m (Olympic qualifier), Jack Downey 5.40m, Angus Armstrong 5.30m
Javelin Cruz Hogan 71.48m
Shot Courtney Heinze 17.10m

Victorian Championships – Weekend 1

Lakeside Stadium
19-21 February
Full results

WOMEN
100m
(-0.2) Hana Basic 11.37 (#15 Australian all-time)
400m Alexia Loizou 54.34
1500m Abbey Caldwell 4:32.51 (reportedly, sub-60 second final lap)
100m H (0.3) Lateisha Willis 13.79
3000m St Charlotte Wilson 10:06.10, Natalie Rule 10:07.92, Stella Radford 10:11.59
Triple Jump Chloe Grenade 12.87m (1.4)
Shot Emma Berg 14.70m
Hammer Stephanie Radcliffe 56.60m
MEN
100m (0.0) Dhruv Rodrigues Chico 10.45. Heats: Michael Romanin 10.55 (-1.3)
400m Ross Hyne 47.31, Will Johns 47.50
1500m Adam Spencer 3:41.67
High Jump Joel Baden 2.21m, Yual Reath 2.15m
Triple Jump Ayo Ore 15.59m (0.0)
Shot Damien Birkinhead 20.48m, Aiden Harvey 17.25m
Hammer Ned Weatherly 64.14m

Garry Brown Shield

Queensland Sport & Athletics Centre – Main Stadium
20 February 2021
Full results

WOMEN
Long Jump Jessie Harper 6.39m (0.7)
Discus Taryn Gollshewsky 58.54m, Lyvante Su’uemai 51.31m
MEN
200m (0.7) Caleb Law 21.20, Russel Nasir Taib 21.24
800m Jared Micallef 1:48.97
400m H Fraser Symons 51.50, Cooper Schmidt 52.95
High Jump Simioluwa Thomsen-Ajayi 2.20m

Illawong Revesby Workers Track Challenge

The Ridge Athletics Track
20 February 2021
Full results

WOMEN
100m (0.0) Larissa Pasternatsky 11.74
MEN
100m (-0.4) Zach Holdsworth 10.46, Nicholas Andrews 10.46
Shot Alexander Kolesnikoff 19.39m

SDSU Last Chance Meet

South Dakota, USA
20 February 2021

MEN
Mile (i) Adam Fogg 3:59.81

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