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    Sprint phenomenon Matthew Boling won two of the three events he contested in Miramar at the USA U20 Championships, which concluded on Sunday (23) after three days of action.
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    Britain’s Andrew Douglas notched up his second victory from as many races in the 2019 World Mountain Running World Cup series by winning at the Broken Arrow Skyrace in Lake Tahoe while Canada’s Lindsay Webster bagged maximum points in the women’s race on Sunday (23).
  • Thompson completes Jamaican Championships sprint double
    Following their phenomenal performances in the women’s 100m on Friday, Elaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce enthralled spectators again on the final day of the Jamaican Championships in Kingston on Sunday (23).
  • Thiam battles injury to score world lead while LePage breaks through in Talence
    Belgium’s Nafissatou Thiam and Canada’s Pierce LePage took the top prizes at the Decastar meeting in Talence on Sunday (23), but the fourth leg of the IAAF Combined Events Challenge was a weekend of ups and downs for Thiam and fellow world champion Kevin Mayer.
  • Top Australian and New Zealand stars head to Oceania Championships
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    Written by Administrator   
    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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