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Weekly Recap

Weekly Recap

Welcome to this week’s Weekly Recap: 4th of December to 10th of December. This week’s edition we will look at:

  • Australian All Schools Championships
  • 2019 Coles Nitro Schools Challenge
  • Kids Athletics Phase II program in Palau
  • NZ Secondary School Athletics Championships

Athletics Australia

Visit Athletics Australia Facebook page to keep up to date with all things athletics within Australia. 

Australian All Schools Championships

  • 1st place: Athletics New South Wales (911.50 points)
  • 2nd place: Athletics Queensland (819 points)
  • 3rd place: Athletics Victoria (723.50 points)

Day 1 Review
Day 2 Review
Day 3 Review

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2019 Coles Nitro Schools Challenge

Junior Girls Division

  • 1st place: Pymble Ladies College (1,220 points)
  • 2nd place: Moreton Bay College (1,164 points)
  • 3rd place: Mackellar Girls (1,145 points)

Junior Boys Division

  • 1st place: Trinity Grammar School (935 points)
  • 2nd place: Darling Range Sports College (720 points)
  • 3rd place: Frankston High School (695 points) 

Intermediate Girls Division

  • 1st place: Moreton Bay College (1,245 points)
  • 2nd place: Corpus Christi College (1,225 points)
  • 3rd place: St Peters Lutheran College (1,195 points) 

Intermediate Boys Division 

  • 1st place: Trinity Grammar School (1,050 points)
  • 2nd place: St Josephs Nudgee College (770 points)
  • 3rd place: Wesley College (700 points)

Senior Girls Division

  • 1st place: Pymble Ladies College (1,140 points)
  • 2nd place: St Aidan’s Ags (1,090 points)
  • 3rd place: Caulfield Grammar School (1,055 points)

Senior Boys Division

  • 1st place: Trinity Grammar School (680 points)
  • 2nd place: St Edmunds College Ipswich (635 points)
  • 3rd place: Caulfield Grammar School (575 points) 

Palau Track & Field Association

Visit Palau Track & Field Association Facebook page to keep up to date with all things athletics within Palau. 

Kids Athletics Phase II
Palau Track & Field Association concluded their Kids Athletics Phase II program for the year 2019 on 10/12/2019.

The program is designed for kids between the ages of 6-13 and runs from January to April for Phase I and again from August to December for Phase II. There was a total of 27 kids registered in the program since January 2019. Kids Athletics Phase I will resume on January 7th 2020. For more information visit Palau Track & Field Associations Facebook post.

Athletics Cook Islands

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New Zealand Secondary Schools Athletics Championships

Results:

  • Tuakanamoe, M: 100m 11.93s (RB 11.6s)
  • Albertto, A: 100m 12.29s (PB 11.37s)
  • Nelson, T: 100m 12.45s (PB 11.89s)
  • Nathaniel, N: 100m 12.00s (PB 11.4s hand timed)
  • Jorelle, T: 100m 13.75s (PB 13.43s hand timed)
  • Terry, A: 200m Q Finals 25.18s, 100m 12.45s (PB 11.7s)
  • Daniel, T: 100m Prelims 12.14s (PB 11.54s hand timed), 100m Q Finals 11.91s

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