2011–12 Australian Athletics Championships

The 2011–12 Australian Athletics Championships was the 90th edition of the national championship in outdoor track and field for Australia. It was held from 13–15 April 2012 at the Lakeside Stadium in Melbourne. It served as a selection meeting for Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics. The 10,000 metres event took place separately at the Zatopek 10K on 10 December 2011 at the same venue.[1][2][3]

2011–12 Australian Athletics Championships
Dates13–15 April 2012
Host cityMelbourne, Australia
VenueLakeside Stadium
Lakeside Stadium - Melbourne -01.jpg

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(Wind: -0.4 m/s)
Josh Ross
Victoria
10.23 Tim Leathart
New South Wales
10.48 Joseph Millar
  New Zealand (NZL)
10.49
200 metres
(Wind: +0.2 m/s)
Joseph Millar
  New Zealand (NZL)
21.27 Tama Toki
  New Zealand (NZL)
21.43 Sean Wroe
Victoria
21.44
400 metres Steven Solomon
New South Wales
45.54 Alex Beck
Queensland
46.30 Ben Offereins
Western Australia
46.30
800 metres Johnny Rayner
Victoria
1:48.10 Alexander Rowe
Victoria
1:48.49 James Gurr
New South Wales
1:48.51
1500 metres Jeff Riseley
Victoria
3:47.78 James Kaan
New South Wales
3:48.00 Jeremy Roff
New South Wales
3:49.40
5000 metres Harry Summers
New South Wales
14:03.84 Liam Adams
Victoria
14:08.62 Stephen Dinneen
Victoria
14:39.84
10,000 metres Emmanuel Bett
  Kenya (KEN)
27:39.33 Bitan Karoki
  Kenya (KEN)
27:40.11 Micah Kogo
  Kenya (KEN)
27:50.50
110 metres hurdles
(Wind: +0.2 m/s)
Siddhanth Thingalaya
  India (IND)
13.66 Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian
  Malaysia (MAS)
13.81 Masayuki Iida
  Japan (JPN)
14.01
400 metres hurdles Tristan Thomas
Tasmania
51.37 Mowen Boino
  Papua New Guinea (PNG)
51.59 Cameron French
  New Zealand (NZL)
52.66
3000 metres steeplechase Peter Nowill
Queensland
8:44.47 James Nipperess
New South Wales
8:48.45 Chris Discombe
Victoria
8:52.47
High jump Nick Moroney
New South Wales
2.15 m Thomas Brennan
Western Australia
2.10 m Chris Armet
Victoria
2.10 m
Pole vault Joel Pocklington
Victoria
5.15 m James Filshie
Victoria
4.90 m Max Mishchenko
Victoria
4.75 m
Long jump Frederic Erin
  France (FRA)
7.70 m
(-0.3 m/s)
Scott Crowe
Victoria
7.69 m
(+0.2 m/s)
Shaun Fletcher
Queensland
7.42 m
(+1.3 m/s)
Triple jump Alwyn Jones
Victoria
16.32 m
(0.0 m/s)
Adam Rabone
Victoria
15.94 m
(+1.4 m/s)
Alex Lorraway
Victoria
15.74 m
(+1.5 m/s)
Shot put Emanuele Fuamatu
New South Wales
18.62 m Damien Birkinhead
Victoria
18.14 m Chris Gaviglio
Queensland
17.56 m
Discus throw Benn Harradine
Victoria
63.58 m Scott Martin
Victoria
59.41 m Aaron Neighbour
Victoria
56.64 m
Hammer throw Tim Driesen
Victoria
70.55 m Hiroshi Noguchi
  Japan (JPN)
66.25 m Huw Peacock
Tasmania
61.85 m
Javelin throw Joshua Robinson
Queensland
78.31 m Hamish Peacock
Tasmania
75.62 m Benjamin Baker
New South Wales
74.66 m
Decathlon Brent Newdick
  New Zealand (NZL)
8057 pts[4] Franck Logel
  France (FRA)
7655 pts[5] Jarrod Sims
South Australia
7456 pts[6]

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
(Wind: +0.5 m/s)
Melissa Breen
Australian Capital Territory
11.41 Charlotte van Veenendaal
Victoria
11.79 Hayley Butler
New South Wales
11.80
200 metres
(Wind: -0.3 m/s)
Melissa Breen
Australian Capital Territory
23.30 Toea Wisil
  Papua New Guinea (PNG)
23.69 Monica Brennan
Victoria
23.72
400 metres Joanne Cuddihy
  Ireland (IRL)
51.69 Caitlin Sargent
Queensland
53.21 Kristie Baillie
  New Zealand (NZL)
53.26
800 metres Tamsyn Manou
Victoria
2:02.00 Zoe Buckman
Victoria
2:04.47 Rosie Kelly
South Australia
2:05.03
1500 metres Kaila McKnight
Victoria
4:18.02 Bridey Delaney
New South Wales
4:18.26 Camille Buscomb
  New Zealand (NZL)
4:22.98
5000 metres Kaila McKnight
Victoria
16:24.56 Melanie Daniels
Tasmania
16:32.95 Belinda Martin
New South Wales
16:50.55
10,000 metres Joyce Chepkirui
  Kenya (KEN)
31:26.10 Emily Chebet
  Kenya (KEN)
31:30.22 Emily Brichacek
Australian Capital Territory
33:02.55
100 metres hurdles Shannon McCann
Western Australia
13.48 Yuka Nomura
  Japan (JPN)
13.61 Brianna Beahan
Western Australia
13.78
400 metres hurdles Jess Gulli
Victoria
57.96 Lyndsay Pekin
Western Australia
58.08 Tessa Consedine
Victoria
59.35
3000 metres steeplechase Milly Clark
New South Wales
10:05.60 Victoria Mitchell
Victoria
10:08.91 Eleanor Wardleworth
South Australia
10:47.21
High jump Miyuki Fukumoto
  Japan (JPN)
1.86 m Ashleigh Reid
Queensland
1.80 m Lauren Foote
South Australia
1.75 m
Pole vault Vicky Parnov
Western Australia
4.20 m Nina Kennedy
Western Australia
4.00 m Pascale Gacon
  France (FRA)
3.90 m
Long jump Kerrie Perkins
Australian Capital Territory
6.70 m
(+3.1 m/s)
Brooke Stratton
Victoria
6.56 m
(+0.8 m/s)
Jessica Penney
Australian Capital Territory
6.43 m
(+1.6 m/s)
Triple jump Ellen Pettitt
Victoria
13.66 m
(+2.4 m/s)
Linda Allen
Victoria
13.24 m
(+1.7 m/s)
Nneka Okpala
  New Zealand (NZL)
12.97 m
(+0.6 m/s)
Shot put Dani Samuels
New South Wales
16.65 m Ana Pouhila
  Tonga (TGA)
15.97 m Margaret Satupai
  Samoa (SAM)
15.92 m
Discus throw Dani Samuels
New South Wales
62.34 m Kim Mulhall
Victoria
56.02 m Alifatou Djibril
South Australia
52.74 m
Hammer throw Gabrielle Neighbour
Victoria
66.20 m Odette LaFourcade
  Chile (CHI)
57.73 m Natalie Debeljuh
Victoria
57.52 m
Javelin throw Kim Mickle
Western Australia
61.70 m Kathryn Mitchell
Victoria
59.23 m Risa Miyashita
  Japan (JPN)
54.16 m
Heptathlon Megan Wheatley
Western Australia
5832 pts[7] Ellinore Hallin
  Sweden (SWE)
5756 pts[8] Veronica Torr
Queensland
5590 pts[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Samuels, Mickle and Harradine show class - Australian Champs. World Athletics (2012-04-15). Retrieved 2020-01-09.
  2. ^ Australian Track & Field Championships - Men 2011–2012. Athletics Australia. Retrieved 2020-01-09
  3. ^ Australian Track & Field Championships - Women 2011–2012. Athletics Australia. Retrieved 2020-01-09.
  4. ^ 11.02(-0.7), 7.56 m(+1.6), 14.48 m, 1.95 m, 49.22, 14.55(0.0), 48.25 m, 4.70 m, 56.43 m, 4:46.21
  5. ^ 11.30(-0.7), 7.19 m(+1.3), 13.10 m, 2.01 m, 50.91, 14.56(0.0), 43.08 m, 4.80 m, 50.66 m, 4:42.45
  6. ^ 11.15(+0.7), 6.72 m(-0.8), 12.66 m, 1.95 m, 49.00, 15.12(0.0), 41.26 m, 4.60 m, 51.55 m, 4:38.77
  7. ^ 13.80(+1.4), 1.66 m, 13.27 m, 25.00(+1.8), 6.02 m(+0.6), 39.12 m, 2:15.87
  8. ^ 13.70(+1.4), 1.72 m, 13.48 m, 25.01(+1.8), 5.52 m(+0.3), 40.12 m, 2:19.19
  9. ^ 13.76(+1.4), 1.69 m, 12.05 m, 24.89(+1.8), 5.72 m(+1.7), 37.34 m, 2:22.28

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