Top 10 finish for Stratton at Worlds
Tuesday, 08 October 2019
On the final day of the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Brooke Stratton jumped her way to 10th place in the women’s long jump final.
Stratton’s opening jump of 6.46m was her best of the night, and unfortunately was unable to secure her a top eight finish and another three jumps.
Days earlier, the VIS 1500m duo of Linden Hall and Georgia Griffith both made it through to the semi-final.
In the fastest semi-final in World Championship history, Hall came home in a solid 10th place, clocking 4:06.39. In the other semi-final, Griffith, also crossed in the line in 10th place in a time of 4:17.15.
2019 IAAF Athletics World Championships | Doha
Joel Baden | M High Jump | = 25th, 2.17m
Georgia Griffith | W 1500m | H1 10th, 4:07.73 (q); Semi Final 1 10th, 4:17.15
Linden Hall | W 1500m | H3 7th, 4:08.12 (q); Semi Final 10th, 4:06.39
Celeste Mucci | 4 x 100m relay | DNF
Rhydian Cowley | 20km Walk | DNF
Celeste Mucci | 100m Hurdles | H3 6th, 13.14
Brooke Stratton | W Long Jump | R1 5 6.58m (q); Final 10th, 6.46m
Darcy Roper | M LJ | 15th, 7.82m
Henry Smith | M LJ | 24th, 7.50m
Morgan Mitchell | W 800m | Heats - 2:02.13; SF; 22nd, 2:04.76
Catriona Bisset | W 800m | Heats - 39th, 2:05.33
Peter Bol | M 800m | Heats - 31st, 1:46.92
Luke Mathews | M 800m | Heats - 39th, 1:50.16
Sinead Diver | 10,000m | 14th, 31:25.49 – 24 second PB (5th Australian All-Time)
Jemima Montag | W 20km Walk | 10th, 1:36.54