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Athletics Auckland Track & Field Championships 2022

The end of Cyclone Dovi also marked the end of the Athletics Auckland Track & Field Champs this year. Conditions were accordingly wild for the last of four days of competition - which always makes for extra drama, with some competitors navigating downed trees or a closed Harbour Bridge to get to the meet.

Kudos to the organisers and officials for making the event happen in the wild weather and the restrictions of the red setting.

12 athletes represented Owairaka across the 4 days, aged U14 to Masters 50, from 80m hurdles to 3000m. It's great to see a such a range of ages and events, and it's always exciting to see the Owai singlet out on the track - well done to all our athletes. Here are the full results:

Kate Danaher, U17 Para

1st 100m, 200m

Peggy Taylor, U14

2nd 200m, 400m, 4th long jump, 6th 100m

Nina Chalmers, U16

5th long jump (with a PB of 4.46), 9th 80m hurdles

Bella Earl, U18

2nd 3000m, 5th 1500m

Sophia Urlich, U18

3rd long jump

Selena Gee, Senior

2nd 100m, 4th 200m

Ben Winder, Senior

4th 1500m, 7th 800m

Ivan Evangelista, Senior

5th 100m

Simon Mace, Masters 40

1st 800m, 1500m, 3000m (with a PB of 8:58)

Nick Moore, Masters 45

1st 3000m

Tim Morrison, Masters 50

2nd 3000m, 3rd 1500m

Adrian Earl, Masters 50

3rd 3000m, 4th 1500m

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