David Thomson – 03:00am (24 Jul) – 110m Hurdles – Decathlon – Results
Tayla-Paige Billington – 03:30am (24 Jul) – 10,000m Race Walk – Results
Billington “All the hard work has paid off. It was tough out there, I’m not going to lie” women’s 10000m walk”
David Thomson – 03:50 (24 Jul) – Discus Throw (1.750kg) – Decathlon – Results
Emily Lawson – 04:35am (24 Jul) – 400m – Results
Lawson progressed from the heat 5 as one the next four fastest time after clocking 54.83.
Georgia Griffith – 06:00am (24 Jul) – 800m Semi-Final – Results
Griffith ran a personal best of 2:04.00 to automatically qualify for the final of the 800m after finishing third in heat 1 of the 800m.
David Thomson – 07:00am (24 Jul) – Pole Vault – Decathlon – Results
Thomson moved up to 19th place overall in the Decathlon after the Pole Vault event which he cleared 4.50m and now has 6045 total points.
Matthew De Bruin – 10:35am (24 Jul) – 110m Hurdles Semi-Final – Results
In a strong semi-final De Bruin finished 7th in the 110mH with a time of 13.99.
Joel Baden – 11:15am (24 Jul) – High Jump – Results
It was a clean passage for Baden into the High Jump final with first time clearances at 2.05m, 2.10m and 2.14m.
Sam Reiser – 11:45am (24 Jul) – 400m Semi-Final – Results
Running in the outside lane Reiser held up well early to storm home to finish fourth in 47.02 in semi-final 3.
Courtney Powell – 12:40pm (24 Jul) – 5000m Final – Results
Powell smashed her personal best to finish 7th in the 5000m final with a time 15:56.00
David Thomson – 13:17pm (24 Jul) – 1500m – Decathlon – Results
Finishing off with the 1500m Thomson finished in a time of 5:40.06 to claim 351 points and 7,025 overall to claim 25th position. Fellow Australian decathlete Cedric Dubler was a standout for the Australian over the first two days scoring 8094 points, a new Australian junior record and silver medal.