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    Sunday, 01 September 2013 04:27

     

    Ben Moreau

    DOB 31/12/1981
    Birth Place Portsmouth, UK
    Height 1.73m
    Weight 56kg
    Occupation Online Advertising
    Coach Ken Green
    Personal Bests:
    3000m 8:02.96
    5000m 14:09.96
    10000m 28:40.83
    Half Marathon 1:03:59
    Marathon 2:16:46

     

     

     

     

     

    Major Teams:
    Marathon - 2010 English Commonwealth Games Team, New Delhi, India 
    Marathon -  2010 English European Championships Team, Barcelona, Spain
    2006 Great Britain Team World University Cross-country Championships, Algeria


    Leading achievements and career highlights:
    2013 13th place Beppu-Oita International Marathon, Japan
    2013 Gold Coast Half Marathon, 3rd 63:59 (PB)
    2013 City to Surf Sydney, 1st
    2013 Australian Cross Country Championships, Launceston, 2nd  
    2012 City to Surf Sydney, 6th
    2012 Bronze medallist Australian Championships Zatopek 10k Track Classic 28:40:83 (PB)
    2012 Silver medallist NSW Championships 3,000m 8:02:96 (PB)
    2012 Hague, Holland International Half-marathon 64:27
    2010 24th place at European Championships, Marathon
    2010 11th place at Commonwealth Games Marathon, New Delhi India
    2010 11th place at London Marathon 2:16:54 (PB)
    2006 World University Cross-country Championships

     
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