#Oregon14: Day 2 – Updates

Morning Session

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.

Afternoon Session

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.