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Sensational 1500m Run From Australia Linden Hall And Jye Edwards As Peter Bol Impressed In Canberra

At the Canberra Australia Track Classic earlier today, the Sudanese immigrant Australia promising middle distance, Peter Bol was close to best with the home straight scintillating kick to finish 800m ahead of strong pack in 1:45.23s.

But Jye Edwards was more impressive in 1500m after hurling out his last speed endurance prowess to close the race in winning time of 3:37.30.

Linden Hall was even close to break 1500m female national record of Jessica Hall 4:00.42 but finished in 4:02.02.

Jye has been circling around the Australian middle distance scene for years now. A talented junior, destined perhaps for greatest, but held back by those all to common injuries.  But now, under the close eye of one of Australia’s most successful coaches in history, Dick Telford.

“I started with Dick at the beginning of 2017, so coming up to 4 years now. I would’ve been lucky to accumulate 6 months of training total across my first 2 years in Canberra, so that was far from ideal. I can’t thank Dick enough for his patience and all the work he has put into me over the last few years”, explaining his rise to form of late.

“Dick and I have had to change quite a few things in regard to my training schedule, keeping the mileage slightly lower and adding a little more quality to sessions. We’ve also combined a couple days of cross training a week to reduce the impact on the legs whilst keeping the aerobic training up. This, along with some changes in footwear and specific strength exercises, has probably been the most substantial differences in my training of late”, he concluded.

Full Results:

Canberra (Australia), 11.3.2021 -Canberra Track Classic-

Men

100m A (-0,7) 1 Rohan Browning 10.34; 2 Jack Hale 10.42; 3 Jake Penny 10.46; 4 Nicholas Andrews 10.52; 5 Zach Holdsworth 10.59; 6 Joshua Azzopardi 10.61; 7 Christopher Ius 10.63

100m B (0.4) 1 Jacob Despard 10.54; 2 Jin Su Jing 10.55; 3 Will Roberts 10.65

400m A 1 Alex Beck 45.85; 2 Louis Stenmark 46.88; 3 Ian Halpin 47.13; 4 Kevin Rassool 47.15; 5 Ross Hyne 47.22; 6 Reece Holder (2002) 47.24; 7 Keegan Bell 47.71

400m B 1 Jordan Sarmento 47.20; 2 Jack Boulton (14Jun2004) 47.41

800m A 1 Peter Bol 1:45.23; 2 Brad Mathas (nzl) 1:46.01; 3 Jared Micallef 1:47.00; 4 Jeffrey Riseley 1:47.10; 5 Luke Mathews 1:48.11; 6 Mason Cohen 1:48.55; 7 Jordan Williamsz 1:48.76; 8 Luke Shaw 1:49.02

800m B 1 Max Rosin (2002) 1:50.70; 2 Robert Dickinson 1:51.16

1.500m 1 Jye Edwards 3:37.30; 2 Tomas Palfrey 3:40.79; 3 Jaryd Clifford 3:41.34; 4 Adam Pyke 3:42.38; 5 Duncan Miller 3:47.22; 6 Sam Williams 3:48.18; 7 Sam Byrne 3:49.83; 8 Simon Rogers (nzl) 3:49.94; 9 Tim Logan 3:50.83

110mh (0.3) 1 Nicholas Hough 13.63; 2 Nicholas Andrews 13.81; 3 Jacob McCorry 14.08

400mh 1 Christopher Douglas 50.12; 2 Angus Proudfoot 51.20; 3 Conor Fry 51.21; 4 Luke Major 52.04; 5 Harvey Murrant 52.08

High Jump-1 Joel Baden 2.19; 2 Brandon Starc 2.15; 3 Marco Fassinotti (ita) 2.15

Javelin-1 Christopher Mitrevski 8.03 (0.0); 2 Alec Diamond 7.74 (0.2); 3 Henry Smith 7.60 (0.0); 4 William Freyer 7.52 (0.0); 5 Zane Branco 7.43 (0.0)

Javelin-1 Liam O’Brien 74.81; 2 Cameron McEntyre 72.51; 3 Nash Lowis 69.21

Women

100m A (-0,9) 1 Hana Basic 11.48; 2 Riley Day 11.57; 3 Ebony Lane 11.61; 4 Taylah Cruttenden (2003) 11.62; 5 Naa Anang 11.74

400m 1 Angeline Blackburn 53.58; 2 Rebecca Bennett 53.68; 3 Anneliese Rubie-Renshaw 53.74; 4 kendra Hubbard 54.82

800m 1 Catriona Bisset 2:00.19; 2 Ellie Sanford 2:04.27; 3 Gigi MacCagnini 2:04.81; 4 Brittany Kaan 2:06.35; 5 Hannah Cox 2:07.60

1.500m 1 Linden Hall 4:02.02; 2 Abbey Caldwell 4:10.25; 3 Keely Small 4:12.86; 4 Sarah Eckel 4:16.53; 5 Imogen Stewart (27Jul2005) 4:17.14; 6 Jaylah Hancock-Cameron (2002) 4:17.92; 7 Holly Campbell 4:19.48

100mh (0.4) 1 Abbie Taddeo 13.33; 2 Celeste Mucci 13.43; 3 Brianna Beahan 13.43; 4 Hannah Jones 13.44

400mh 1 Lauren Boden 57.16; 2 Genevieve Cowie 59.46; 3 Brodee Mate 60.04; 4 Ashleigh Palmer 60.64

High Jump-1 Nicola McDermott 1.91; 2 Alysha Burnett 1.80; 3 Emily Whelan 1.75

Long Jump-1 Annie McGuire 6.36 (0.0); 2 Jessie Harper 6.13 (0.0); 3 Bethany Kranendonk 6.05 (-0,2); 4 Samantha Dale 6.04 (0.0)

Javelin-1 Mackenzie Little 58.43; 2 Kelsey-Lee Barber 53.46; 3 Mackenzie Mielczarek 51.92; 4 Jess Bell 51.78; 5 Katrina Blackett 49.15; 6 Salumi Robberts 49.01; 7 Lianna Davidson 48.46

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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