Welcome to StatsCentral, a place where you will find everything you need linked to the statistical world of athletics in Australia.
Here you will find everything from all-time rankings to individual event records plus results from all the major events from within Australia and around the world. It is a portal for historical purposes but also current top line performances from all our amazing Australian athletes.
So all you need to do is click on any one of the links below and off you go – into the wonderful world of statistics linked to Australian athletics. Enjoy!
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Click on any of the links below which will lead you to the Australian all-time ranking lists for each specific event(s). This includes Open and Junior ranking lists, and also comprehensive road running lists (from 5km to 100km). Enjoy!
We are in the process of completing all of the junior all-time ranking lists, so if you do have any corrections please don’t hesitate in contacting us and once confirmed we will make the necessary changes.
There have been 9 Australian records broken in 2015 (as at October), lead by throws champion, Matthew Denny.
Denny has lead the charge with some amazing performances, largely overseas, which have culminated in four Australian junior records being set across the year.
Matt Denny’s records in 2015:
Men’s Discus (2kg) : 62.58m
Men’s Discus (1.75kg) : 66.81m
Men’s Hammer (7.26kg) : 70.52m
Men’s Hammer (6kg) : 80.48m
Not to be outdone was long jumper Darcy Roper. The 17 year-old jumps sensation came away with a silver medal at the World Youth Championships in Colombia – and with it came a new Australian Youth record of 8.01m. The performance was also very close to the Australian Junior record – set by Chris Noffke at 8.12m back in 2007.
On the women’s side we had a magical pole vault performance in Perth from outstanding junior Nina Kennedy. The stadium was stunned as Kennedy kept on raising the bar, until she finally cleared a new Australian Junior record of 4.59m (bettering the old record of 4.40m).
The performance also paved the way for Kennedy to make her Australian senior début at a major championships, making the Australian team for the World Championships in Beijing.
Also producing record breaking performances were:
Eleanor Patterson – who equalled her own Australian junior record in the high jump with a performance of 1.96m
Alex Hulley – who broke the Australian Junior record in the women’s hammer throw (63.65m) and
Ellie Bowyer – who broke the Australian youth record in the women’s javelin (500g) with a throw of 49.31m
Note: All of these performances a still to be ratified by Athletics Australia.
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Full Coverage – Australian Athletics Results
Throughout the domestic season and in the lead up to the Rio Olympics we will be providing you with all the key Australian athletics results. These results will include all the major events across the domestic season (e.g Zatopek:10, Melbourne Track Classic, Sydney Track Classic), and will be divided into both senior (Open) and junior performances.
We will then add in additional information for the major meetings of the 2015/16 season, such as the Australian Championships (both Open and Junior) – which will also include information on ‘focus athletes’. These athletes will be likely be on their way to either the Olympic Games in Rio or the World Junior Championships (Kazan, Russia) as part of the Australian team.
We look forward to providing you with all the top highlights from all the big meetings across Australia and overseas – so stay tuned to Runnerstribe for all your latest Australian track and field results, as well as all the top road running performances.