Tuesday, 2 August 2005

Medal Count at Edmonton

Posted by speedygeoff On Tuesday, August 02, 2005 | 2 comments
Kathy Sims bronze (5000), bronze (4x100), silver (4x400)
Geoff Sims silver (200), gold (400), silver (800), gold (4x100), gold (4x400)
Consie Larmour bronze (100), silver (200), gold (400), bronze (4x100), silver (4x400).

Consie's 100, 200 and 400 times were all new ACT records.

Here are the last sets of results -
M55 800 Metre Final "Section 1"
1 Payne, Tim M55 Canada, Orillia 2:28.05
2 Hill, Bruce M59 Canada, Maple Ridge 2:44.07
3 Payne, Randal M58 RSA, Westville 2:56.10
4 Buendgens, Valentin M58 Germany, Aachen 3:44.69
-- Ribeiro, Jose M57 Canada, Toronto DNS
-- Barrow, Geoff M56 Australia, Brighton DNS
"Section 2"
1 McGlynn, Mike M55 USA, Jackson 2:17.60
2 Sims, Geoff M56 Australia, Hawker 2:17.79
3 Carter, Michael M56 Canada, Mississauga 2:23.76
4 Judson, Fred M59 Canada, Edmonton 2:23.82
5 Pawluk, Fred M58 Canada, Richmond 2:26.92
6 Slanina, Jan M59 CZE, Kromertz 2:44.14
-- Oneil, Peter M59 USA, Union DNS
-- Jermacans, Viddy M56 AUS, Whitfield DNS

W50 800 Metre Run Finals
1 Nicoletti, Catherine W54 USA, Nederland 2:44.25
2 Richards, Mary W51 USA, Atlanta 2:45.01
3 Ana, Jerman W53 Slovenia, Trzic 2:47.47
4 Goodwin, Christine W52 AUS, Montacute 2:51.08
5 Sloan, Jeanette W51 Canada, Edmonton 2:51.43
6 Sims, Kathy W54 Australia, Hawker 2:55.66
7 Zalite, Iraida W54 Latvia, Riga 3:14.39

Men 4x100 Metre Relay 240+Finals
1 Australia 50.55 1) Morioka, Harold 62 2) Sims, Geoff 56 3) McIntyre, Neville 62 4) Crombie, Peter 60
2 Canada 'B' 52.01 1) Green, Charlie 67 2) Mintz, Bruce 58 3) Dunn, Dave 69 4) Boyd, Barry 53
3 Canada 'D' 57.23 1) Armstrong, Mervyn 66 2) Roberts, Richard 62 3) Smith, George 61 4) McFadyen, Bob 62
4 Japan 58.98 1) Inoue, Takashi 76 2) Wada, Eiji 68 3) Singh, Gurdev 66 4) Singh, Puran 55
5 Canada 1:03.24 1) Hughes, Burton 72 2) van Tol, Arie 61 3) Barlow, David 46 4) Renwick, Doug 63
6 Canada 'C' 1:04.97 1) Friesen, Les 68 2) Poonia, Kesar Singh 71 3) Fedyna, Victor John 73 4) Cote, Norman R. 70

Women 4x100 Metre Relay 200-239 Finals
1 Canada 'B' 1:01.21 1) Nutting, Jan 51 2) Roberts, Catherine 58 3) Sloan, Jeanette 51 4) Poelzer, Linda 48
2 Canada 1:01.75 1) Trott, Rhona 56 2) Radcliffe, Marg 63 3) Amerongen, Loretta 51 4) Fossberg, Mette 53
3 Australia 'B' 1:04.13 1) Hondromatidis, Chrisoulla 56 2) Larmour, Constance 70 3) McDonnell, Hazel 58 4) Sims, Kathy 54
4 Australia 1:05.61 1) Cattermole, Lyndsey 57 2) Denehey, Jessica 55 3) Redwood, Victoria 51 4) Fielke, Alison 47

Men 4x400 Metre Relay 240+ Finals
1 Australia 27.03 3:55.64 1) Sims, Geoff 56 2) Morioka, Harold 62 3) McIntyre, Neville 62 4) Crombie, Peter 60
2 Russia 4:28.52 1) Lushchikov, Vladimir 65 2) Razzhigaev, Nikolay 64 3) Solovyov, Victor 57 4) Tsukanov, Alexander 57
3 United States 4:43.79 1) Fischer, Bobby 65 2) LeVasseur, Jerry 67 3) Hamlyn, Maxwell 64 4) Cameron, Alan 46
4 Canada 'B' 4:56.51 1) Friesen, Les 68 2) Giegerich, Joe 73 3) Fedyna, Victor John 73 4) Cote, Norman R. 70
5 Canada 5:01.26 1) Hughes, Burton 72 2) Renwick, Doug 63 3) Barlow, David 46 4) Hill, Bruce 59
-- Canada 'C' DNS 1) Smith, George 61 2) Roberts, Richard 62 3) McFadyen, Bob 62 4) Kaluzniak, Marvin 58
-- Brazil DNS 1) Lemos, Antonio Lauro 62 2) Cesar, Normando T.B. 59 3) Bueno, Zildo 65 4) Pereira, Luiz Felipe 57

Women 4x400 Metre Relay 200-239 Finals
1 Canada 5:32.81 1) Roberts, Catherine 58 2) McBlain, Liz 57 3) Nutting, Jan 51 4) Sloan, Jeanette 51
2 Australia 5:40.97 1) McDonnell, Hazel 58 2) Hondromatidis, Chrisoulla 56 3) Sims, Kathy 54 4) Larmour, Constance 70

2 comments:

  1. Here is an email from Geoff Sims to Maria O'Reilly -

    Hi Maria

    We’ve just finished the World Masters Games athletics and look forward to partying a bit tonight (it’s still Sunday). We’ve had a great time here and met lots of nice people. Kathy won 3 medals – bronze in the 5k and a silver and bronze in the Australian 4x400 and 4x100 relay teams (age 240+). I have medals from the 200 (silver) 400 (gold) and 800 (silver) and 2 golds with the Australian 240+ team in the relays. The overall standard for men was not as strong here as in Melbourne (as you might gather from the above) but it’s certainly been exciting to win medals.

    Consie Larmour has a bag of medals too. From memory it was bronze in the 100, silver in the 200, gold in the 400 and the same 2 relay medals as Kathy.

    Of course we fitted in a bit of shopping, seeing the huge West Edmonton Mall, complete with indoor wave pool and ice skating rink etc. You’ll hear more about that when we get back.

    Tomorrow is a recovery day in Edmonton for us, before we fly to Vancouver on Tuesday.

    After that we go to Honolulu for the US Masters Track and Field. Should now be pretty well tuned up for that.

    Please pass on the news to others who might be interested

    Best wishes

    Geoff

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  2. That deserves a big hand clap and congratulations to the three musketeers from Canberra...well done to you all!

    Yours in Running Writing

    Gary (GRIFFIN) Bowen

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