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  • Preview: men's shot put - IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
    The current depth in the men’s shot put is such that someone could throw beyond 22 metres in Doha and it might not be enough for a medal.
  • Preview: women's shot put - IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
    After another nearly flawless season, Gong Lijiao arrives primed to successfully defend her title. If she succeeds, the 30-year-old Chinese star will become just the fourth woman to do so in the event.
  • Preview: men's discus - IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
    Only once in IAAF World Championship history has the men’s discus required a 70-metre throw to strike gold, but on the evidence of what we have seen so far during a stellar year for the event, a throw beyond this distance could be a necessity to climb the top step of the podium.
  • Preview: women's discus - IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
    On the evidence of what we have seen throughout this campaign, Sandra Perkovic will face a stiff challenge to claim a record-equalling third world discus title at the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019.
  • Preview: men's hammer - IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019
    What do Pawel Fajdek and Paula Radcliffe have in common? Obviously, the fact that when you look at their athletics CVs and get to the Olympic bit, you find that neither of these towering performers has even a bronze.
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    Friday, 19 February 2010 23:11

    Interview with Rachel Hardy

    Rachel Hardy is an outstanding young athlete. She specializes in err... everything, she is heptathlete, actually the best in Australia for her age group. She won national U18 heptathlon this year and last year she won same competition in U17 age group.

     

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    Thursday, 18 February 2010 02:14

    Interview with Jeff Hunt

    After his spectacular marathon debut in Japan, a couple of weeks ago, we caught up with Jeff Hunt and chat about couple of topics that, we thought, were not covered in the media.

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    Sunday, 14 February 2010 07:17

    NSW Junior Championships, Homebush 13 & 14th Feb

    Steven Solomon winning State U18 400m Over the past couple of days young guns from our club were chasing state titles at Homebush. The competition incorporated U14, U16, U18 and U20 divisions. As expected we had number of athletes in middle distance events but we also showed strength in sprints, couple of field events and also walks.

     

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    Tuesday, 16 February 2010 10:20

    Rachel Hardy Won Australian U18 Heptathlon, Hobart, 13 & 14 Feb 2010

    After winning national U17 heptathlon last year, Rachel Hardy came back to win U18s event this year. The national multievent championships were held in Hobart last weekend.

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    Sunday, 07 February 2010 05:53

    Breaking news from Beppu-Oita Marathon

    In his debut marathon Jeff Hunt runs a blinder. He came third and clocked 2:11:00. This time is an A-Commonwealth Games qualifier, NSW record (previously held by Danny Boltz with 2:11:10) and new club record (previously held by John Stanley with 2:17:04).
    The second Australian representative, Martin Dent, clocked 2:13:27 which is a personal best time.

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