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    Jeremy Roff

     

    DOB: 22/11/1983

    Birthplace/Residence: Mattraville, NSW

    Height: 1.83 m

    Weight: 73 kg

    Occupation: Athlete

    Coach: Ken Green

    Personal bests:

    800m 1:48.79
    1500m 3:34.39
    Mile 3:55.06
    3000m 7:57.06
    5000m 13:37.48

     

     

    Australian Championships

    12k Cross Country - Australian Championships 2003, U23 - 4th
    12k Cross Country - Australian Championships 2004 - 37:23 (3rd U/23)
    12k Cross Country - Australian Championships 2005, 5th 37:30 (1st U/23)
    12k Cross Country - Australian XC Championships 2008, 5th 36:49

    1500m - Australian T & F Championships, 2003, 3:47.11 (PB)
    1500m - Australian Olympic Trials 2004, 3:42.50 (PB)
    1500m - Australian T&F Championships 2005, 3rd 3:45.68
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2006, 5th, 3:41.66
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2007, 3rd, 3:42.88
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2008, 3rd, 3:42.66
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2009, 2nd, 3:37.62
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2010, 3rd, 3:45.37
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2011, 2nd, 3:40.21
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2012, 3rd, 3:49.40
    5000m - Australian T & F Championships 2011, 3rd, 13:37.48

     

    International Competitions

    1500m -NZ Union Porritt Classic Hamilton 09/02/05, 2nd 3:44.71
    5km - Beijing Ekiden Relay 1st leg of AUS Team, 10/04/05 - 14:55
    1500m - Coca-Cola Modesto Relays, USA 07/05/05 - 1st 3:42.41
    1500m - Commonwealth Games Melbourne, 25/03/06 - 8th 3:41.50
    4k Cross Country - World Cross Country Short Course 01/04/06 -58th out of 126 athletes
    1500m - International meet Bottrop, 24/05/07 - 4th 3:45.88
    1500m - International meet Rehlingen, 28/05/07 - 7th 3:40.81
    1500m - Norwich Union Glasgow, 3/06/07 - 9th 3:39.87
    800m - Stavanger (NOR), 13/06/07 - 9th 1:51.74
    1500m - Arhus Games, Denmark 29/06/07 - 4th 3:43.22
    1500m - IAAF Golden League, Berlin 14/06/09 - 8th 3:34.39

    Interesting facts

    Jeremy started his running with South Eastern Little Athletics at the age of 7 through to the 15 years age group competing at a state level. Under the guidance of Anne Saville he went onto join Randwick Botany Harriers along with attending Waverley College until the age of 18 years. Upon leaving school he seeked greater challenges in the sport and therefore joined Ken Green's squad of elite runners.
    A significant jump in training volume and four years of injury free running suddenly proved a very successful formula. A quality base due to cross country and winter sessions helped set up a constant platform for track running.
    Following his first Open National track medal (3rd place 1500m), he was selected in his first Australian team. The opening leg (5km) of The Beijing Ekiden 2005 in China, this gave him confidence to aim for higher achievements which came in 2006 with selection in the Commonwealth Games Team (1500m, 8th place) along with (4km, 58th place) at the World cross country Championships in Fukuoka, Japan. Jeremy's younger brother James competes in 400m hurdles at a national level.

    Jeremy also has got another profiles:
    at Athletics Australia website that can be seen here.
    at Running2London website: here


     


    1500m - Australian T & F Championships, 2003, 3:47.11 (PB)
    1500m - Australian Olympic Trials 2004, 3:42.50 (PB)
    1500m - Australian T&F Championships 2005, 3rd 3:45.68
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2006, 5th, 3:41.66
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2007, 3rd, 3:42.88

    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2008, 3rd, 3:42.66
    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2009, 2nd, 3:37.62

    1500m - Australian T & F Championships 2010, 3rd, 3:45.37

    Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 April 2012 09:19
     
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