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Osei-Nketia Missed New Zealand Record By 0.01s As Rohan Browning And Hanna Basic Ran Life Time Best In Queensland Classic

The inform and highly promising Australia sprinter, Rohan Browning was encouraged by sunning Brisbane day on Saturday (27) at usual Queensland Track Classic. Rohan looked cool on the 100m finish line to break personal best and finished in winning time of 10.05s.

As if it is a sprinter day, Hanna Basic also follow suit in female 100m to win in 11.19s.

New Zealand Edward Osei-Nketia (nzl) 10.1 was not lucky to have missed national record by 0.01s after coming second in 100m men in 10.12s.

Full Results:

Men

100m (1.0) 1 Rohan Browning 10.05; 2 Edward Osei-Nketia (nzl) 10.12; 3 Jack Hale 10.33 (10.29 (2.1) 2h1); 4 Jacob Despard 10.40; 5 Simon Greig 10.41 (10.35 (2.1) 3h1); 6 Joshua Azzopardi 10.44 (10.42 (2.1) 4h1); 7 Zach Holdsworth 10.46 (10.39 (0.4) 2h2); 8 Jake Doran 10.51 (10.47 (2.1) 5h1); in heats: Jin Ju Sung 10.52 (2.1) 6h1; Justin Cavanagh 10.56 (2.1) 7h1; Ashley Wong 10.59 (2.1) 8h1; Christopher Ius 10.53 (0.4) 4h2; Calab Law 10.55 (0.4) 5h2

200m (1.0) 1 Joshua Azzopardi 20.90; 2 Connor Diffey 21.02; 3 Alexander Hartmann 21.18; 4 Calab Law 21.18; 5 Tyson Bonney 21.33; 6 Ashley Wong 21.36; 7 Michael Romanin 21.37

400m A 1 Alex Beck 46.10; 2 Ash Moloney 47.05; 3 Ian Halpin 47.18; 4 Tyler Gunn 47.21; 5 Jordan Sarmento 47.58; 6 Louis Stenmark 47.64; 7 Jack Geary 47.65; 8 Kevin Rassool 48.07

400m B Joshua Atkinson 47.26

800m 1 Peter Bol 1:45.48; 2 Brad Mathas (nzl) 1:46.43; 3 Mason Cohen 1:49.27; 4 Jared Micallef 1:49.43

1.500m 1 Max Whiteoak 3:49.00; 2 Benjamin Gibson 3:49.42

110mh (0.8) 1 Nicholas Hough 13.51; 2 Nicholas Andrews 13.59; 3 Jacob McCorry 13.89; 4 Cedric Dubler 14.17

3.000m Steeples 1 Ben Buckingham 8:27.38; 2 James Nipperess 8:31.97; 3 Matthew Clarke 8:32.71; 4 Edward Trippas 8:36.58; 5 Joe Burgess 8.49.74; 6 Aiden Hobbs 8:50.43

High Jump-1 Brandon Starc 2.29; 2 Joel Baden 2.23; 3 Oscar Miers 2.23; 4 Marco Fassinotti (ita) 2.20; 5 Simioluwa Thomsen-Ajayi 2.15

Pole Vault-1 Kurtis Marschall 5.70; 2 Angus Armstrong 5.25

Long Jump-1 Chris Mitrevski 8.02 (1.7); 2 Henry Frayne 7.85 (1.6); 3 Zane Branco 7.84 (0.9); 4 Cedric Dubler 7.78 (2.4) and 7.59 (1.4); 5 Jalen Rucker 7.73 (0.6); 6 Alec Diamond 7.72 (2.0); 7 Joshua Cowley 7.71 (1.6); 8 Jeremy Andrews 7.63 (0.2)

Discus-1 Matthew Denny 61.42; 2 Mitchell Cooper 55.72; 3 Declan Carman 51.25; 4 Daniel Golubovic 50.89

Women

100m (0.3) 1 Hanna Basic 11.19 (11.18 (2.0) 1h2); 2 Ebony Lane 11.39 (11.35 (3.1) 1h1); 3 Taylah Cruttenden (2003) 11.49 (11.41 (3.1) 2h1); 4 Torrie Lewis 11.59 (11.55 (2.0) 2h2); 5 Naa Anang 11.59 (11.54 (3.1) 3h1); 6 Sophie Figuera 11.71 (11.62 (3.1) 4h1); 7 Kristie Edwards 11.73 (11.62 (3.1) 5h1); 8 Hilal Durmaz (tur) 11.83 (11.71 (2.0) 3h2); in heats: Olivia Matzer 11.79 (2.0) 4h2

200m (0.8) 1 Riley Day 23.22; 2 Torrie Lewis 23.71; 3 Monique Quirk 23.76; 4 Larissa Pasternatsky 24.01; 5 Kristie Edwards 24.05; 6 Maddie Coates 24.14; 7 Justine Ramsay 24.48

400m A 1 Bendere Oboya 52.26; 2 Ellie Beer 52.64; 3 Anneliese Rubie-Renshaw 53.54; 4 Kendra Hubbard 53.96; 5 Bec Bennett 54.17; 6 Gabriella O’Grady 54.17; 7 Angeline Blackburn 54.64; 8 Jessica Thornton 55.12; 9 Francesca MacDonald 55.39

800m 1 Catriona Bisset 1:59.12; 2 Linden Hall 1:59.22; 3 Claudia Hollingsworth 2:01.60; 4 Georgia Griffith 2:02.56; 5 Tess Kirsopp-Cole 2:03.00; 6 Ellie Sanford 2:03.27; 7 Matilda Ryan 2:05.07; 8 Brittany Kaan 2:06.26; 9 Hannah Cox 2:08.48; 10 Gigi Maccagnini 2:10.95

1.500m 1 Lillian Price 4:22.00; 2 Sayla Donnelley 4:31.33; 3 Isabella Harte 4:31.90

100mh (1.1) 1 Liz Clay 12.98; 2 Hannah Jones 13.07; 3 Abbie Taddeo 13.13; 4 Celeste Mucci 13.22; 5 Brianna Beahan 13.22; 6 Imogen Breslin 13.66; 7 Taneille Crase 13.76

3.000m Steeples 1 Genevieve Gregson 9:54.62; 2 Brielle Erbacher 9.56.24; 3 Cara Feain-Ryan 10:01.67; 4 Stella Radford 10:02.16; 5 Paige Campbell 10:04.20; 6 Caitlin Adams 10:17.40

High Jump 1 Eleanor Patterson 1.89; 2 Rosie Tozer 1.80; 3 Alysha Burnett 1.80; 4 Alexandra Harrison 1.75; Emily Whelan 1.75

Pole Vault-1 Nina Kennedy 4.75; 2 Elizaveta Parnova 4.45; 3 Courtney Smallacombe 4.25; 4 Lauren Hyde-Cooling 4.00

Long Jump 1 Brooke Stratton 6.63 (1.9); 2 Annie McGuire 6.45 (2.3) and 6.37 (0.5); 3 Samantha Dale 6.32 (1.0); 4 Rellie Kaputin (png) 6.23 (3.0) and 6.08 (1.5); 5 Taneille Crase 6.16 (2.4) and 6.02 (1.8); 6 Jessie Harper 6.05 (0.8); 7 Bethany Kranendonk 6.02 (1.8)

Discus-1 Dani Stevens 62.22; 2 Jade Lally (gbr) 58.24; 3 Taryn Gollshewsky 58.08

Javelin- 1 Tori Peeters (nzl) 59.25; 2 Mackenzie little 59.13; 3 Kelsey-Lee Barber 57.74; 4 Jess bell 54.62; 5 Mackenzie Mielczarek 52.16; 6 Liana Davidson 51.61; 7 Katrina Blackett 50.37

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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