McKinnon Shield #4, Mt Smart Stadium – 18 November 2023
Athletics Auckland congratulates all athletes who have achieved PB’s over the first 4 McKinnon meets.
Fergus McLeay collected the sprint double with a 10.89 -0.8 100m and narrowly beating Lex Revell-Lewis in the 200m in 21.87 -0.6. Revell-Lewis recorded 21.89 and he was also second to McLeay in the 100m in 10.97.
Joseph Millar was third on both occasions in 10.99 and 21.16. Charlotte Goldsmith, national under 18 long jump champion and runner up in the triple jump, won the 100m in 12.36 -1.9 and the long jump with 5.79m +0.8.
Heptathlete Briana Stephenson was kept busy with a 24.96 -1.4 200m, out to 33.80m with the javelin and a 1.70m clearance in the high jump. Marielle Venida won the 200m in 24.35.
Caleb Wagener maintained the lead throughout the 3000m in 8:41.41, beating Daniel Hayes 8:45.08 PB, Ben Oxford 8:45.89 PB, Charles Buchanan 8:54.23, Joshua Gordon-Glassford 8:54.39 PB and Alexander Wilkins 8:54.74 PB.
Indie Williams came from behind to take the women’s 3000m in a PB 10:23.25 from early leader Jodie Nash 10:38.91 and Emma Ward 10:42.18.
Etienne Calonne 800m 1:57.42, Timothy Wallace 1:58.55 PB, Roman Matson 1:59.06. Amy Shennan 800m 2:14.20, Peyton Leigh 2:15.12, Holly Fausett 2:15.64.
Richie Trathen 3000m race walk 14:39.20, Yandri Fourie 2000m race walk 10:28.73. Sophie Hancock 400m H 65.96 and LJ 5.36m +1.8. Dominique Maltby 200m H 32.03, Amani Farry 300m H 48.44. Noah Retford .838 300m H 39.45 PB, Rianco Haggard .762 300m H 40.02. Benjamin Brown 200m H 30.64.
Hammer: Anthony Nobilo 67.33m (just under 2 metres short of his best), Arno van der Westhuizen 51.96m,
Javelin: Etienne Rousseau 46.80m, van der Westhuizen 43.60m,
Long jump: Lewis Arthur 7.51m +2.5, 7.37m +1.2 =PB, Piritau Nga 6.28m +2.4, 6.26m +1.1.
High jump: Rafe Couillault 2.00m, Kalani Mullins 1.85m PB, Oliver Barnett 1.65m.
Hammer: Melissa Free 33.39m.
Javelin: Briana Stephenson 33.80m, Aliyah Johnson 31.13m PB, Tamara Anstis 31.01m.
Long jump: Charlotte Goldsmith 5.79m +0.8, Sophie Hancock 5.36m +1.8, Jacqui Nasrabadi 5.26m +3.2.
High jump: Stephenson 1.70m, Aliya Johnson 1.55m, Megan Cox 1.55m.