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A New Star Is Born As Maloney Breaks Oceanic Record

A new star is born on Sunday in the combined event as world junior decathlon champion, Australia Asley Maloney shown like a star to comfortable break Australia and Oceanic Decathlon record. He recorded up to three personal best in the process. He started on a good note by first notched personal best of 10.36s in 100m and later ran impressive 45.82s in 400m . He also improved his best in long jump to 7.67m.

Full Results:

Nathan -Brisbane- (Australia), 19-20.12.2020 -Glynis Nunn Shield-

Men

100m (19) (0.9) 1 Simon Creig 10.43; 2 Fujiro Omuvwie 10.44; 3 Michael Romanin 10.46; 4 Jack Payne 10.5; 5 Tom Gamble 10.59; 6 Zane Branco 10.60

200m (20) (1.2) 1 Michael Romanin 20.79; 2 Alex Beck 21.09

Decathlon (19-20) 1 Ash Moloney 8.492p (10.36 (-0,3); 7.67 (2.3); 13.62; 2.11; 45.82 – 14.17 (1.6); 43.93; 4.80; 57.77; 4:48.48); 2 Cedric Dubler 8.367p (10.79 (-0,3); 7.62 (0.0); 13.24; 2.11; 47.84 – 14.34 (1.6); 41.70; 5.00; 62.48; 4.41.05); 3 Alec Diamond 7.665p (11.04 (-0,3); 7.57 (0.0); 14.51; 1.99; 49.96 – 14.60 (1.6); 44.43; 4.60; 46.01; 5:07.01); 4 Daniel Golubovic 7.651p (11.09 (-0,3); 7.09 (-0,3); 14.92; 1.99; 50.20 – 14.57 (1.6); 50.42; 4.60; 41.60; 5:00.88)

Women

100m (19) (0.0) Hana Basic 11.63

Heptathlon (19-20) Alysha Burnett 5.607p (14.34 (2.5); 1.81; 25.87 (1.8); 5.76 (0.0); 43.81; 2:38.15)

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