Other results of note:w100m
Melissa Breen 11.31 (1.1)w1500m S
usan Kuijken NED 4:07.21, Zoe Buckman 4:07.56, Kaila McKnight 4:07.92, Melissa Duncan 4:09.13 PR (#11 all time Aussie) w100mH 2
nd was Shannon McCann 13.15 (-0.2) - PR by 0.11 and moves to #8 all time Aussie WLJ
Brooke Stratton 6.62m (0.9) - PR by 2 cms for 20 yoWJT
Mickle 63.37m, Kelsey-Lee Roberts 61.99m, Mitchell 60.42m M100m
Jarrod Geddes 10.30 (1.8) - PR by 0.07 for 19yo (who was training with Bolt and co last month)m200m
Geddes 20.59 (1.1) - PR by 0.81!M400m
LaShawn Merritt 45.90 m800m
Joshua Ralph 1:46.25 PR, Jeffrey Riseley 1:46.54 M110mH
Sam Baines 13.70 (1.7) - PR by 0.14 and moves to #5 Aussie all time
Nicholas Hough 13.73 (1.7) - PR by 0.16 and moves to =#8 Aussie all time m400mH
Michael Cochrane NZL 49.72 NR, Felix Sanchez 5th in 52.75 MJT
Luke Cann 77.50m - PR by 92cms for 19yo (and beats Farquhar NZ)http://athsaus.imgstg.com/uploads/Athle ... erth_2014/
The return of Baines (2010 WJ 4th) to the track after 3 years of injury (this is something like his fourth race ever over the 42 inch barriers), and his rivalry with Hough (2012 WJ 2nd) means we might soon have a champs-level mens hurdler for the first time since Kyle Vander-Kuyp.
Jeff Riseley's return (only his 3rd race since 2012) is good news too.