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Show Profile  inghamma Posted: 10 July 2016, 6:39 AM  
Sprint start times (NZ time) for those wanting to follow tonight:

Sonia Hollands 1918
Cameron de L'Isle 1919
Kayla Fairbairn 1925
Shamus Morrison 1954
Matt Goodall 2020
Alice Tilley 2022
Danielle Goodall 2031
Ed Cory-Wright 2051
Katie Cory-Wright 2119
Devon Beckman 2125
Lara Molloy 2132
Tommy Hayes 2134

Only Sonia and Shanus will be on the live tracking.

Show Profile  Rog Posted: 10 July 2016, 2:21 PM  
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Show Profile  fraser Posted: 10 July 2016, 3:11 PM  
Awesome result with Tommy Hayes 8th, just seconds off the podium.

Danille Goodall best result of the women in 37th.

A good start to the week.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 12 July 2016, 6:27 AM  
And more great results from the long with two in the top 30. Though there's no video or audio from the arena, I find the no-nonsense website easy to use - first time I've found a place to pick a country to get the people I'm most interested in - updated in real time.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 14 July 2016, 1:20 PM  
Wrong about audio, there's a "live TV" ink which for me is displaying a static pic but delivering a Per Forsberg commentary. Middle finals seem steep - 7-8% climb unless I've got the decimal point in the wrong place.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 14 July 2016, 4:48 PM  
Well done Shamus, top 10 in the middle. And all 4 A-finalists. And all B-finalists headed by Devon! Best wishes for the relay tomorrow.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 15 July 2016, 11:17 AM  
Is that Shamus, 41sec into the Middle highlights video?

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 18 July 2016, 5:25 AM  
ONZ-WebBot has been unable to bring us any news of the relay. Oh well maybe a human has to do it. Tommy Hayes brought the boys into the first changeover in the top bunch, just 45sec down. Shamus powered thru leg 2 and into 3rd place. Ed hung on gamely and slipping to 11th (8th country) was a sterling effort in this company.

Both boys teams were in front of both Aussies. The girls while lacking sparkle were around the Aussie level. Well done teams! Make the most of Europe while you are there and bring the lessons back home:-))




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