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Again Commowealth Medalist McDermott Narrowly Missed Australia National Record

The 2018 Commonwealth high jump bronze medalist, Australia Nicola McDermott was again unlucky not to break national record. Having missed the record in 29th August 2020 in Sinn, German with 1.98 jump.

But on Thursday (25) in Canberra at Australia Coles Summer Super Series, McDermott narrowly missed the record again by 0.03m to jump 1.96m to win.

Full Result-

Men

100m (1.0) 1 Jack Hale 10.21; 2 Jack Penny 10.35; 3 Michael Romanin 10.38; 4 Jacob Despard 10.50; 5 Alexander Hartmann 10.54

200m (0.9) 1 Alexander Hartmann 20.92; 2 Michael Romanin 21.18; 3 Jordan Sarmento 21.39

800m A 1 Nagmeldin Bol 1:47.01; 2 Jack Lunn 1:47.35; 3 Brad Mathas (nzl) 1:47.81; 4 Jeffrey Riseley 1:48.03; 5 Mason Cohen 1:48.29; 6 Lachlan Raper 1:48.36; 7 Charlie Jeffreson (2004) 1:48.67; 8 Tom Palfrey (2003) 1:48.69; 9 Jared West 1:49.09; 10 Benjamin Quinn 1:49.86

800m B Hayden Todd (2005) 1:51.01

110mh (0.5) 1 Nicholas Hough 13.72; 2 Nicholas Andrews 13.78

3.000m Steeples 1 Ben Buckingham 8:32.39; 2 James Nipperess 8:35.48; 3 Matthew Clarke 8:48.33

High Jump-1 Brandon Starc 2.27; 2 Joel Baden 2.20; 3 Marco Fassinotti (ita) 2.20

Long Jump- 1 Christopher Mitrevski 7.83 (0.0); 2 Jeremy Andrews 7.63 (0.0); 3 Henry Smith 7.57 (0.0); 4 Zane Branco 7.50 (0.0)

Triple Jump- 1 Ayo Ore 16.17 (1.7); 2 Julian Konle 15.69 (0.9)

Shot Put-1 Damien Birkinhead 20.31, 2 Alexander Kolesnikoff 19.44; 3 Aiden Harvey 18.05

Hammer Throw-1 Costa Kousparis 64.73; 2 Timothy Heyes 62.24

Women

100m (2.1) 1 Hana Basic 11.25; 2 Christine Wearne 11.76; 3 Helen Pretorius 11.76

800m 1 Catriona Bissett 2:01.53; 2 Linden Hall 2:01.93; 3 Brittany Kaan 2:02.10; 4 Keely Small 2:02.24; 5 Isabella Thornton-Bott 2:03.30; 6 Hannah Cox 2:06.53

100mh (0.7) 1 Hannah Jones 13.03; 2 Michelle Jenneke 13.30; 3 Imogen Breslin 13.81

3.000m Steeples 1 Cara Feain-Ryan 9:55.79; 2 Paige Campbell 9:57.73; 3 Brille Erbacher 10:06.09

High Jump- 1 Nicola McDermott 1.96; 2 Emily Whelan 1.82; 3 Rosie Tozer 1.74

Long Jump-1 Annie McGuire 6.31 (0.0); 2 Tay-Leiha Clark 6.26 (1.6); 3 Rellie Kaputin 6.23 (0.0); 4 Bethany Kranendonk 6.04 (1.6)

Triple Jump-Chloe Granade 12.83 (1.6)

Hammer Throw-Alexandra Hulley 61.62

Javelin- 1 MacKenzie Little 59.86; 2 Jess Bell 52.28; 3 Lianna Davidson 51.29

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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