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Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:49 pm

OK, time for a new Aussie thread (without the horrible title too!).

Sally Pearson returned to the track in a very low key fashion over the weekend:

200m:
1 Pearson, Sally 27 Gcv 23.51 -0.8

http://www.qldathletics.org.au/liveresu ... /index.htm

Leading outdoor 200 this year (a smidgin ahead of countrywoman Melissa Breen's 23.52 in Adelaide).

Correction: Breen ran 23.46 (0.4) at ACT champs week earlier (Not yet showing up on Tilastopaja.org)
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Re: Australian Results - 2013

Postby AS » Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:55 pm

And nice 800 PB from 16 year old (dob 30 mar 1996) Georgia Wassall: 2:04.68

http://www.nswathletics.org.au/customda ... emID=55489
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Re: Australian Results - 2013

Postby AS » Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:19 pm

This post on Wassall's run indicates she's now #9 Aus junior all-time:

http://www.runnerstribe.com/article/184 ... -Australia

2.01.1h Michelle BAUMGARTNER V 250763 1 Melbourne 11.02.82
2.01.73 Georgie CLARKE V 170684 6 Brisbane 08.09.00
2.03.94 Zoe BUCKMAN A 211288 3 Brisbane 11.03.07
2.04.0h Melissa BAKER V 120273 1 Melbourne 22.03.92
2.04.0h Vicki FREEBORN S 230575 1 Adelaide 26.02.94
2.04.26 Alison CHIU V 181277 1 Melbourne 11.02.95
2.04.37 Katherine KATSANEVAKIS V 61188 3 Sydney 19.01.06
2.04.46 Jenny ORR V 210153 5h Munich 31.08.72
2.04.6h Seleena ROBERTS Q 131076 3 Sydney 21.03.95
2.04.68 Georgia WASSALL N 300396 1 Sydney 16.02.13

Clarke is the only other 16yo on that list...

Katsanevakis did run 2:04.72 at 16...
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Re: Australian Results - 2013

Postby JumboElliott » Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:28 pm

Sam McEntee of Perth and Jordy Williamsz of Melbourne are both having solid indoor seasons for Villanova. McEntee won the Big East indoor 3000m, Williamsz finished third, and Williamsz anchored the winning DMR.
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Re: Australian Results - 2013

Postby AS » Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:03 pm

Williamsz has run a 4:00.12i mile and 8:04.17i 3000m in 2013
McEntee has run 7:54.34i

Some other Aussies in the College system with strong 2013 indoor results:
Kevin Batt (Adams State): 4:05.57i and 7:57.62i
Todd Wakefield (Washington State): 4:05.13i and 8:04.27i
Lauren McKillop (Butler) 9:48.74i and 16:40.60i

Other Aussies to keep an eye on:
(M)
Joshua Schmidt – Kent State
Alexander Rose – Wake Forest
Kane Grimster – Auburn
Matt Johnsen – Lamar
(W)
Linden Hall – Florida State
Grace Thek – Providence
Mia Mackinnon – Indiana

Oh, and of course, Steve Solomon at Stanford!!

Who have I missed?
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Re: Australian Results - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:06 pm

Steve Hooker vaulted in Perth last Friday (5m off short run). Still uncertain of his plans for 2013:

http://www.theage.com.au/sport/athletic ... 2eng2.html
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:43 pm

Fabrice Lapierre improved his 2013 best to 7.82i in Louisiana on the weekend.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:35 pm

Nice to see Dani Samuels back in comp over the weekend.

At NSW Champs she threw 3 of her 4 best SP throws ever:

1 Samuels, Dani 25 Westfields A 16.82m
16.45m FOUL FOUL FOUL 16.31m 16.82m

Previous PB: 16.65

She stays #5 all time Aussie

Her discus was less groundbreaking (but best season opener since 2010):

1 Samuels, Dani 25 Westfields A 60.77m
59.36m 57.20m 59.46m 57.15m 57.56m 60.77m
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Speedster » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:29 am

Having recently joined Twitter, Sally Pearson's shared that she's injured her hamstring with a 6cm grade 1 tear. She's said in the press she suffered something similar last year at the same time.

http://twitter.com/sallyp100h

Nice to see Cathy Freeman offer her support to Sally.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:57 am

AS wrote:OK, time for a new Aussie thread (without the horrible title too!)

Oi! :wink:
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:54 pm

Speedster wrote:Having recently joined Twitter, Sally Pearson's shared that she's injured her hamstring with a 6cm grade 1 tear. She's said in the press she suffered something similar last year at the same time.

http://twitter.com/sallyp100h

Nice to see Cathy Freeman offer her support to Sally.


It wasn't just in the twitterverse:

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nationa ... 6588748467
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:59 pm

Interview with Dani Samuels (including interesting issue of whether winning WC as a 21yo was a mixed blessing): http://www.theage.com.au/sport/athletic ... 2fohy.html
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:15 am

Sydney Track Classic happening now - http://nswathletics.info/liveresults/2013/aa_stc/ - but live stream has failed :(

Tweeters out there might wanna follow #STC13

Best results so far include:

M100 (+2.0) Tim Leathart 10.24 (PB) Josh Ross 10.25
W100 (+0.3) Melissa Breen 11.25 (PB)
W1500 Zoe Buckman 4-08.84 Kelly Hetherington 4-10.55 (PB) Eliza Curnow 4-11.73 (PB)
WDIS Dani Samuels 64.46m
WJAV Kim Mickle 62.53m

In the PV Brad Walker, Steve Hooker & Steve Lewis all clear at 5.40m and now attempting 5.55m.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Sat Mar 09, 2013 2:18 am

Best results from later:

M200 (+0.2) Josh Ross 20.65 WL Calesio Newman USA 20.69 Andrew Leathart 20.71 PB
M1500 Nick Willis NZL 3-34.69 WL Ryan Gregson 3-35.25 James Kaan 3-37.02 PB
M400H Michael Cochrane NZL 50.07 WL PB Jeshua Anderson USA 50.56
MSP Tom Walsh NZL 19.81
M PV Steve Lewis GBR 5.55 WL Steve Hooker & Brad Walker USA 5.40

W200 (+0.4) Mel Breen 23.12 WL PB Annie Rubie 23.54 PB
W100H (+0.4) Shannon McCann 13.36 WL PB Fiona Morrison NZL 13.48 PB
W400H Lauren Boden 56.99 WL
WSP Valerie Adams NZL 20.02 Cleo Borel TRI 17.10 Dani Samuels 16.74

Sprinters lucky that mother nature was smiling (for once) during an Oz GP meet.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby aaronk » Sat Mar 09, 2013 3:04 am

Are the above results from the March 9th Sydney Classic??

The date listed at the top of each event is March 3rd (THIRD!!).

Reason I ask is because Michelle Jenneke was listed as an entrant in tonight's Classic!!
She wasn't in the above results....at all....even as a DNS.

Also, what time is it now in Sydney??
Here, in WA state, it's 3:04 a.m. (Pacific time).

ADD: Okay, just checked the time!
It's 10:10 p.m. there on the 9th.

So why were the results dated the third??
And why didn't Jenneke compete, as scheduled??
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby steve » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:24 am

aaronk wrote:Are the above results from the March 9th Sydney Classic??

The date listed at the top of each event is March 3rd (THIRD!!).

Reason I ask is because Michelle Jenneke was listed as an entrant in tonight's Classic!!
She wasn't in the above results....at all....even as a DNS.

Also, what time is it now in Sydney??
Here, in WA state, it's 3:04 a.m. (Pacific time).

ADD: Okay, just checked the time!
It's 10:10 p.m. there on the 9th.

So why were the results dated the third??
And why didn't Jenneke compete, as scheduled??


9-3-2013 is the way much of the rest of the world would write March 3rd...9th day of the 3rd
month of 2013. I had to take a second look too!
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Sat Mar 09, 2013 2:23 pm

aaronk wrote:And why didn't Jenneke compete, as scheduled??

Her hammy (which has been giving her some probs so far this year) wasn't feeling 100% so she withdrew.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby El Toro » Sat Mar 09, 2013 4:49 pm

There is a two page spread on Pearson in the Sunday Telegraph today. It hasn't been published online as far as I can tell. I will transcribe it if it doesn't turn up in the next couple of days.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:15 pm

Initial startlist for Perth is up:

http://www.athletics.com.au/freestyler/ ... 070313.pdf

M100 (Ross,Leathart,McCabe,Newman,Hough) and MLJ (Watt? Lapierre, Rutherford, Gaisah) look to be highlights if conditions at Perth are as good as they can be.

Couple of underwhelming women's 'internationals' in the list - US Pole Vaulter Kat Majester (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1230 ... lting-team) and Barbadian veteran Jade Bailey who was at a Mel Breen-type level four years back..
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby GMH454 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:38 pm

Dani had all 6 throws over the A qualifier, and two over 64, 64.46 and 64.06 and 3 63s.

Breeze was not a negative, but not a huge favourable, it gusted and did not appear to gust at the right time for Dani during the comp

however gusted a little more on her last warmup and she threw her longest throw of the night, looked plus 65
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:38 pm

Vault-emort wrote:Best results from later:

M200 (+0.2) Josh Ross 20.65 WL Calesio Newman USA 20.69 Andrew Leathart 20.71 PB


2nd fastest legal 200m of Ross' career... which is a little surprising. Good to see him back in shape at 32yo...
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:41 pm

There was an Aussie victory at NCAA Div II on weekend also:

3000: 1. **Kevin Batt' (Adams) 8:07.30
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:49 pm

Nikki Chapple jumped straight into alltime top 10 Aussie women on debut in the Nagoya Marathon on the weekend:

2:22.36.0 Benita Willis (2006)
2:23.51.0 Lisa (O'Dea) Ondieki (1988)
2:25.51.0 Nickey Carroll (1999)
2:25.59.0 Kerryn (Hindmarsh) McCann (2000)
2:27.32.0 Lisa Weightman (2012)
2:28.51.0 Kate (Harris) Smyth (2008)
2:31.02.0 Jessica Trengove (2012)
2:31.19.0 Tani Ruckle (1988)
2:32:31 Nikki Chapple (2013)
2:32.37.0 Susan Hobson (2000)

Trengrove's 2012 Nagoya run was also on debut...
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:52 pm

Ryan Gregson's 3:35.25 was his 3rd fastest 1500m time ever. That's quite a surprise for a guy who has run over 4 secs faster!

(of course, he also a couple of 3.52/low 3.53 miles which could be viewed as comparable).

It's good to see him in fine early-season form...and hopefully working off a strength block (given his 5000m PB a couple of weeks ago)
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby Vault-emort » Tue Mar 12, 2013 2:23 am

She's a long way from being a world-class athlete, but Shelly Jenneke fans might be interested:

http://www.smh.com.au/sport/athletics/t ... 2fy44.html
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby aaronk » Tue Mar 12, 2013 3:22 am

Vault-emort wrote:She's a long way from being a world-class athlete, but Shelly Jenneke fans might be interested:

http://www.smh.com.au/sport/athletics/t ... 2fy44.html


Didn't know her real name is Shelly!!
Always known her as Michelle!!

I'm a big fan of hers.....but mostly for her....uh....non-athletic pursuits!!
That she's raced a CAR...isn't surprising!

Here's hoping she'll return to serious 100H racing....and get below 13.00.....so she could be seriously taken as an....ATHLETE!!

LOL
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:11 pm

Very little excitement in terms of the results from the Perth meeting overnight.

Here are the few:
Liam Zamel-Paez's 2.29 HJ. Best jump by an Aussie this millenium. Last Aussie to go that high (or higher) was Tim Forsythe back in 1999. moves to =5 on all-time list
Brandon Starc improves another cm to 2.23 (on the same day his older brother almost scored a century at #9 against India in cricket!)
Annaleise Rubie's 400m PB: 52.89

Greg Rutherford only managed 7.89 but still won!
Series: 7.75m(+0.0) 7.64m(+0.0) 6.12m(-0.5) 7.89m(+0.0) 7.79m(-1.0) 7.59m(+0.0)
Watt fouled first and had no more jumps!

http://www.athletics.com.au/home/compet ... ic/results
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:03 pm

New DT PB for Julian Wruck at Texas Relays: 66.01

Very solid series too

1 Wruck, Julian JR UCLA 66.01mM 216-07
64.59m FOUL 65.16m 66.01m 65.80m 64.55m c
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby El Toro » Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:21 pm

AS wrote:New DT PB for Julian Wruck at Texas Relays: 66.01

Very solid series too

1 Wruck, Julian JR UCLA 66.01mM 216-07
64.59m FOUL 65.16m 66.01m 65.80m 64.55m c


Great consistency! The wind in the sprints was mostly illegal, so if these were thrown into the wind then that would give him a couple of metres but if thrown with a tailwind... :shock:
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:36 pm

Fantastic blogpost from Stanford-based Steve Solomon about transitioning from Olympic finalist to college freshman: http://www.runnerstribe.com/blog/46281- ... anford-Rio
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby GMH454 » Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:46 am

today would have been kind of sad if not for our throwers, Kim, Julian take a bow (also Kelsey-Lee Roberts with 58.58 in second in Jav)

and Julian you are the real deal good luck to you, great throwing

all 6 over the B and at least one over the A, think 66.36..

did not see all Kim's throws but at least 4 were over the B

conditions good but no wind tunnel, great throwing

and Julian starts .. facing 270 degs instead of zero, shows that a shorter thrower can compete


MHJ the Starc boys are on a roll, Brendan won with 2.28 and that equals what Liam Zamel-Paez has got earlier this season but neither has the A of 2.31, but will AA send a guy with a B.

Cameron Page emerged on the scene with 13.29 beating St Kawrence and did it the hard way, by leading most of the way, took lead back on last lap and brought it home

Rowe had a great race beating the hard working from the front Riseley but again long, long way from B

as for the rest, well Josh the Boss looks like he may be able to crack 10.30 if everything goes well, ... and Josh that rates you are ...what about 850 in the world, that has to be worth that dance .. very entertaining , but that B is just too far away

our 400 guys could not crack 46, and not one B qualifier on thetrack, some good efforts though (but not many)

TJ great potential but that is all

and finally womens PV in front and centre stage, and considering the last 13 years made me want to cry. Wind was I thought not too bad (shows what I know) but seeing the Parnov's struggle as they did and Boyd bow out at 4.50, well just plain sad

and Kobie Donovan won the ambulant, and won a lot of hearts for her determination as well, big scene stealer

hope Ch 9 has plenty on Wrucky Kim and Kobie Donovan or they will not be back .. unless Josh maybe takes a leaf out of Galens book with his dance
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby leoesharkey » Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:06 pm

Julian looks tall, I am guessing about 6'5" 196 ? :)
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby gktrack » Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:27 pm

GMH454 wrote:...and Julian starts .. facing 270 degs instead of zero, shows that a shorter thrower can compete...

Was curious about this comment, so looked at some videos... looks like he personally posts some of his throws on youtube. Was this the different beginning stance you were referencing?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8KfcjWE2Sg... or was this practice stuff? Most of the other videos of him, from last year at least, show a normal beginning stance...

Also in Aussie news, noticed Steven Solomon opened outdoors for Stanford with a easy win in 46.91 this weekend at the Stanford-Cal meet.
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby JumboElliott » Sun Apr 21, 2013 1:45 pm

Villanova's Aussies this weekend

Williamsz: 3:44
McEntee: 3:44
Patrick Tiernan: 3:49 PR (competing unattached)
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Mon Apr 22, 2013 3:21 pm

A few more Aussies competed in US over weekend:

Todd Wakefield (Washington State) 3:44.88
Kane Grimster (Auburn) 3:49.27
Liam Adams 13:31.21 PR
Kevin Batt (Adams State) 13:44.44 PR
Matt Johnsen (Lamar) 30:00.14
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Wed May 08, 2013 11:15 pm

In case you missed it (the AA site has thus far!), Sally Pearson made her return to the track in Thailand (of all places!), running on a 4x1. They ran 44.06 (missing WCQ by .06). The rest of the team: Monica Brennan, Melissa Breen and Ashleigh Whittaker

http://www.iaaf.org/news/report/pearson ... ut-narrowl
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby TeWaio » Fri May 10, 2013 3:18 am

Just seen on Mitchell Watt's Twitter reports of a new Australian NR and WL of 68.20m from Benn Harradine...
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sun May 12, 2013 2:13 pm

TeWaio wrote:Just seen on Mitchell Watt's Twitter reports of a new Australian NR and WL of 68.20m from Benn Harradine...


More on Harradine's NR here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=50596

Some more US college results from Aussies:

Todd Wakefield 2nd Pac-12 1500m 3:41.83
Steve Solomon 3rd Pac-12 400m 46.12 (but wallopped by a 44.76)
Julian Wruck - 1st Pac-12 DT 63.64m, and also a SP PR of 17.01 finishing 5th
Matt Johnsen 3rd Southland 10000m 30:20.62, 2nd 5000m 14:37.13
Kane Grimster 5th SEC 1500m 3:52.81

And in recent weeks
Jordan Williamsz 2nd Big East 1500m 3:47.83
Sam McEntee 5th Big East 5000m 14:33.37
Linden Hall 4th ACC W1500m 4:23.41
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sun May 12, 2013 2:21 pm

And no good news from the Aussie women's relay teams in Colombo:

London 2012 Olympic Games 100m Hurdles champion Sally Pearson was left in tears as Australia was disqualified for a zone violation in the 4x100m Relay which also saw the Australian ‘B’ team failing to finish as Thailand won in a modest 45.33.

There had been considerable publicity related to Pearson’s participation in this meeting after Australia had entered guest teams on the Asian circuit and they lived up to their expectations four days ago at the second leg in Chonburi, Thailand, with an outing in 44.06, but they met with disaster on this occasion.


http://www.iaaf.org/news/report/wang-wi ... e-the-high
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Re: Australian Results, News and Views - 2013

Postby AS » Sun May 12, 2013 10:26 pm

AS wrote:Some more US college results from Aussies:

...
Julian Wruck - 1st Pac-12 DT 63.64m, and also a SP PR of 17.01 finishing 5th


Oops, seems the DT comp wasn't finished when I posted. Wruck ended up reaching 65.41m
(full series: 61.96m 63.57m 63.64m 65.41m 64.02m 63.16m)
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