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Report26 Jun 2016

Marschall's 5.70m the highlight in Mannheim

Australian athletes impressed at the Bauhaus Junioren Gala in the German city of Mannheim, not least pole vaulter Kurtis Marschall who cleared a world U20 leading height of 5.70m on Sunday (26).

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News14 Jul 2015

Hale and Masso hoping for historic gold medals in Cali

Starting serious sprinting only eight months ago, Jack Hale has shown all the signs of being a man in a hurry.

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Previews13 Jul 2015

Boys' 100m preview – IAAF World Youth Championships Cali 2015

With Cali situated at about 1000m in altitude, expect the sprint action inside the Olimpico Pascual Guerrero Stadium to be red hot.

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Feature25 Mar 2015

Cali set to be hit by Australian Hale storm

When you were a child, did anyone ever warn you not to pull faces because, should the wind change, you would be stuck with that expression?

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News24 Mar 2015

Australia names team for IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015

Colombia is calling for 22 talented young Australians, with Athletics Australia selectors confirming the team bound for the IAAF World Youth Championships, Cali 2015.

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Report15 Mar 2015

Patterson shows the way for Australia's World Youth Championships aspirants

If the aspirants for the forthcoming IAAF World Youth Championships who competed at the Australian Junior Championships, which concluded after four days of competition on Sunday (15), were looking for inspiration as they strove to make the team for Cali this year, they needed to look no further than the high jump apron where world youth champion Eleanor Patterson was competing.

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Report07 Dec 2014

Australian youth Hale runs wind-assisted 10.13 in Adelaide

Teenage sprinter Jack Hale stunned his opponents at the Australian All Schools Championships in Adelaide on Saturday (6) after winning the 100m in a wind-assisted 10.13, the fastest time ever recorded under any conditions by a youth athlete.

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