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    Tuesday, 31 March 2015 08:53

    RBH at 2015 National Championships

     

    Randwick Botany Harriers was very successful at National Open Championships held in Brisbane over four days, from 26th to 29th March. We had 12 athletes competing including 2 para athletes. The final medal tally for our club was 2 gold and 3 bronze medals.

     

     

    The most successful athlete was Tamsin Colley who earned two gold medals in Ambulant middle distance races 800m and 1500m. She also came 4th in 200m and 400m Ambulant races. Daniel Jennings, also para athlete, won bronze in Shot Put with best throw of 9.52m.
    Tamsin Colley during her 800m medal ceremony
    Among able bodied athletes the medalists were Josh Wright (bronze in 1500m) and Selma Kajan (bronze in 800m). Josh should be happy with his placing, Jeff Riseley and Ryan Gregson (first and second) are in fantastic form at the moment.  Selma was expecting little bit more after running really well through the qualifying round but that is championship racing where anything can happen in slower tactical races. Just outside the medal podium but with fantastic performance was Katelyn Simpson who placed 4th in women's 1500m final with time of 4:12.09 which is her new personal best and also new club record.
    Josh Wright leading the field in his 1500m final
    We were not so lucky in qualifyng rounds as few athletes just missed out to make the final cut. For instance Molly Blakey missed 400m final for only 0.1 sec. Another similar casualty was James Roff who missed final for just one place or 0.32 sec. His brother Jeremy also missed final despite doing all the work in heat 1 and trying to make his race faster. But that is championship racing with all its uncertainties and all these athletes will come more motivated and better prepared next year. Lachlan Little did very well in his first 400m season progressing to semis and running only 0.07 off his personal best.
    Selma Kajan winning heat 2 in women's 800m

    Complete results of Randwick Botany Harriers athletes at 93rd Australian Open Championships:

    1. Tamsin Colley 1500m Ambulant 6:35.99
    1. Tamsin Colley 800m Ambulant 3:16.41

    3. Daniel Jenning SP Ambulant, 9.52m
    3. Joshua Wright 1500m, 1st/H2 3:45.11, Final 3:45.4
    3. Selma Kajan 800m Women, 1st/H2 2:05.29, Final: 2:05.

    4. Katelyn Simpson 1500m Women, 4th/H1 4:20.09, Final: 4:12.09
    4. Tamsin Colley 400m Ambulant 1:21.11
    6. Daniel Jenning Javelin Ambulant 26.13m
    8. Tamsin Colley LJ Ambulant 8th 3.06m
    9. Jack Stapleton 1500m, 4th/H2 3:45.64, Final: 3:48.7


    James Roff 400m Hurdles, 3rd/H1 52.95
    Molly Blakey 400m Women, 4th/H1 54.73
    Jeremy Roff 1500m, 5th/H1, 3:47.73
    Lachlan Little 400m, 5th/H3 48.62, 5th/Semi 3 48.11
    Tamsin Colley 200m Ambulant 4th/H1 34.60
    Amy Harding-Delooze 1500m Women, 7th/H2 4:28.94
    Lily Harding-Delooze 800m Women, 5th/H5 2:10.31
    Daniel Jenning 100m Ambulant, 5th/H1 14.96

     
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