Ringwood Athletic Club


The Magpie Multis licked off the Season at the Collingwood Track, in conjunction with Round 1 of Shield Competition and to say the Club had a good weekend would be an understatement.  Four Gold Medals.

Gary Haasbroek won the Under 20 Decathlon with 7129 points.  Paul Haasbroek won the Under 16 Heptathlon with 4569 points, breaking his own U16 Club Record and we beleive establishing a new State Record.  Amy Benifer won the Open Womens Heptathlon with 3401 Points.  And newest member to the Club Noah Thorpe won the Under 14 Pentathlon with 1703 points.

 

While Day One would have been very good conditions, Day Two was terrible being very windy and not ideal for the Vaulters.

Collingwood Track, Sat 7 & Sun 8 October 2017
 
Men Decathlon Under 20
                               Points      100       LJ          SP           HJ      400 Day1    110H       DT          PV          JT        1500
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  1 Haasbroek, Gary              11.38    6.85m   11.36m    1.94m    49.95         15.04   39.11m    4.20m   48.95m  4:36.58
    Ringwood                      w: +0.0   w: 1.0                                                 w: 0.8
                                7129    (778)    (778)    (568)       (749)    (817) 3690   (845)    (646)      (673)   (573)       (702)
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Men Heptathlon Under 16
                      Points   100H       SP       HJ      200 Day1       LJ       JT     1500
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  1 Haasbroek, Paul     14.79   11.22m  1.81m  24.57         6.03m 46.82m 4:33.56
    Ringwood               w: +0.0                    w: -2.5         w: 0.6
                      4569    (875)    (559)    (636)  (643) 2713  (593)    (542)    (721)
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Men Outdoor Pentathlon Under 14
                            Points      90H       HJ      200       SP      800
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1 Thorpe, Noah                16.89    1.30m  30.84   6.94m  2:49.15
    Ringwood                       w: 0.8            w: 0.4
                                1703  (636)    (250)  (206)    (304)    (307)
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Women Heptathlon Open
                      Points   100H       SP       HJ      200 Day1       LJ       JT      800
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  1 Benifer, Amy          18.05    8.38m  1.57m 29.69           4.88m 27.26m  3:03.07
    Ringwood             w: +0.0                     w: -2.5            w: 0.5
                        3401  (483)    (424)   (701)  (504) 2112    (527)  (425)      (337)
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Paul Haasbroek MM 2017 01

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