Summer Track and Field – Mingara Interclub at Mingara
Saturday 30 January 2021
A handful of Trinity athletes travelled to Mingara on Saturday with some great results
William Moir (11Hi) – 13.85m
Jack Greaves (11We) – 61.06*
*Throwing the 800grm
Old Boy Athletics News (2020/2021 season)
There has been a lot to celebrate in Track and Field with our Trinity Old Boys posting world class results so far in this 20/21 season. With the hope of an Olympic Games and a World University Games this year, it would be wonderful to see some of our former athletes compete in these.
Rohan Browning (2015)
On 17 January, Rohan Browning broke the magical 10-second barrier in the 100m, just the second Australian to run under 10 seconds electronically, running 9.96s (3.3m/s).
At the same competition, an hour later, Rohan was back on the track in his third race of the day, the final of the NSW 60m championship, where he clocked a wind-legal 6.55 seconds time – an Australian best on record (outdoors) and the fourth fastest all-time on the World list (outdoors).
Superlatives for Rohan Browning’s 100m 9.96w (+3.3m/s)
- Fifth fastest time ever on Australian soil
- Fastest time on Australian soil for 18 years (since 2003)
- Fastest time in NSW for 21 years – since Sydney Olympics
- Second fastest Australian ever and second to break 10 seconds (electronically)
Superlatives for Rohan Browning’s 60m 6.55 (0.1 m/s)
- Australian best on record (outdoors)
- Fastest time on Australian soil
- Fourth fastest World all-time list
Alex Kolesnikoff (2018)
Competing at the Mingara Interclub on Saturday 30 January, Alexander Kolesnikoff (2018), launched the 7.26kg shot out to a NSW record distance of 19.51m.
Alex is now number seven Australian All-time in the Shot Put.
Seb Moir (2017)
After a number of injuries, it was great to see Seb Moir (2017) compete after nearly two years.
On 17 January 2021, in the same race as Rohan, Seb ran a PB time of 10.57m (3.3m/s) in the 100m and 6.89s in the 60m
On Saturday 30 Jan at Mingara – Seb ran a very fast time of 21.55s in the 200m.
Connor Murphy (2019)
At the same track as Rohan ran his sub 10, Connor Murphy (2019) jumped a new PB of 15.86m (2.6m/s) in the triple jump.
Ben Bishop (2019)
On Tuesday 26 January – Ben Bishop (2019) travelled to Melbourne to compete in the 3000m de Castella race at the Zatopek10. This is an invitational meet, so what a fantastic experience for Ben. He ran in a very tactical race, running 8.46.57s.
Nick Van Gelder (2014)
Nick Van Gelder (2014) competed at Mingara in the Long Jump, leaping a season’s best of 6.99m.
Ethan Brouw (2020)
After a number of months away from the track, Ethan Brouw (2020) opened up his athletics season running 4.02.88s in the 1500m.
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