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Pole vaulter Nina Kennedy can now add “World Champion” to her growing list of achievements, claiming global gold alongside Olympic champion Katie Moon (USA) after a battle on the field at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
By Len Johnson The drama continued at Budapest’s national athletics centre on day five of the world championships as Australia’s Nina Kennedy went clearance for clearance with world and Olympic champion Katie Moon in the pole vault, sharing the gold medal, and in an even bigger sensation Josh Kerr eclipsed...
Well, there you are, history does repeat after all. After the drama of day three, the final playing out of day four was not quite as dramatic, even if it did follow a similar pattern.
Our Aussie Women Set to Shine! World Championship Preview - by Chris Wainwright (RT StatsCentral) It's fantastic to see, a total of 30 individual Australian women will line up at this years World Championships in London. Then we add in another three relay runners (Jess Thornton, Ella Connolly and Anneliese Rubie)...
Ready for Action in London! World Championship Preview - by Chris Wainwright (RT StatsCentral) With only days to go until the start of the 2017 World Championships, it's hard to know exactly how to rate the 24 Australian men lining up in individual events in London. There will be high expectations...