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Preview NSW All Schools Championships – girls events

Preview NSW All Schools Championships – girls events

Following the previous preview of the male events, here we take a look at some of the leading girls in the leadup to the NSW All Schools.

Wednesday, 26 September 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (636)/Comments (0)/
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Preview NSW All Schools Championships - boys events

Preview NSW All Schools Championships - boys events

Over the last few weeks the many leadup schools meets, CHS, CIS, GPS, CAS, CCC etc, have build-up anticipation of a tremendous 2018 2XU NSW All Schools championships. On Thursday the four-day competition gets down to business as 2000 athletes in 300 events in ages from 12 to 19 years compete for the honour of being crowned NSW schools champion for 2018 and press their selection claims for the national schools in December in Cairns.

David Tarbotton has scoured the lead up meets for some emerging and in-form athletes we will witness in action at the NSW All Schools later this week.

Wednesday, 26 September 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (858)/Comments (0)/
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YOG athletes set to highlight NSW All Schools Championships

YOG athletes set to highlight NSW All Schools Championships

NSW’s five Youth Olympic Games athletes will be the stars at the 2018 2XU NSW All Schools Championships which will be held at Homebush from September 27. Sprinter Keegan Bell, discus thrower Sally Shokry and three distance runners Jaylah Hancock-Cameron, Luke Young and Anthony Vlatko will compete just days before they jet off to Buenos Aires in Argentina for the third Youth Olympic Games.

Wednesday, 19 September 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (1840)/Comments (0)/
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High jumpers continue rise at 2018 Continental Cup

High jumpers continue rise at 2018 Continental Cup

The very long international season for our athletes, which had started at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April, closed in Ostrava in the Czech Republic overnight. Two high jumpers, Brandon Starc and Nicola McDermott have stamped themselves as world class this year, while for Dani Stevens it was an important meet to renew her hunger for athletics.

Monday, 10 September 2018/Author: David Tarbotton & Ron Bendall/Number of views (609)/Comments (0)/
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