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    2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    This Friday - 28th December is the 126th running of South Australia's biggest professional foot race, the Bay Sheffield.

    Basically, it's a handicap event over 120m - SA's eqivalent to the Stawell Gift.

    It is the second most prestigious race in Australia next to Stawell with a firt prize of $17,000.

    There are 87 entrants this year including 6 time national 100m champion Josh Ross and the controversial Nigerian 400m runner Bola Lawal who returned this year from a two year drug ban.

    Athletes and handicaps are below.

    A form guide profiling every athlete is available on ProTrack.
    (Need to be a ProTrack member to access it; membership is free.)

    http://protrack.easyforumlive.com/f1...eld-form-guide

    The 2009 Bay Sheffield final is on Youtube at the bottom of this post.

    120m Open Bay Sheffield
    Joshua Ross 0.00 m
    Bola Lawal 1.00 m
    Jordan Caldow 1.25 m
    Todd Bateman 3.75 m
    Sam Jamieson 3.75 m
    Khan Marr 4.00 m
    Adrian Mott 4.00 m
    Clay Watkins 4.25 m
    Wallace Long-Scafidi 4.50 m
    Alex Bubner 5.75 m
    Corey Baker 6.50 m
    Alex Saliu 6.50 m
    Ben Koschade 6.75 m
    Tim McGuire 6.75 m
    Harry May 7.00 m
    Tom Sclanders 7.00 m
    Ollie Wurm 7.00 m
    Chris Innes-Wong 7.25 m
    John Jakeman 7.25 m
    Patrick McDonald 7.25 m
    Brett Richards 7.25 m
    Sebastian Baird 7.50 m
    James Cibich 7.50 m
    Jarrod Sims 7.50 m
    Cole Unasa 7.75 m
    Connor Verrall 7.75 m
    Deng Bulabek 8.00 m
    Ardyn Foy 8.00 m
    Damien Nicholls 8.00 m
    Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 8.00 m
    Mathew Short 8.00 m
    Peter Spence 8.00 m
    Michael Bolton 8.25 m
    Paul Cracroft-Wilson 8.25 m
    Josh Dawkins 8.25 m
    Isaac Dunmall 8.25 m
    Alex Glorie 8.25 m
    Paul Tancredi 8.25 m
    Edward Ware 8.25 m
    Valentino Yuel 8.25 m
    Dean Dobric 8.50 m
    Samuel Gill 8.50 m
    Doug Greenough 8.50 m
    Dale Lyons 8.50 m
    Dylan Panizza 8.75 m
    Nicholas Cross 9.00 m
    Adrian Harris 9.00 m
    Sam Osmond 9.00 m
    Matthew Eddy 9.25 m
    Josh Tiu 9.25 m
    Lyall Weir 9.25 m
    Liam Wright 9.25 m
    Adam Coote 9.50 m
    Tim Johnson 9.50 m
    Chad Ryan 9.50 m
    Ryan Camille 9.75 m
    Jarrad Dartnall 9.75 m
    Chris Diegan 9.75 m
    Dylan Hicks 9.75 m
    Bradley Letton 9.75 m
    Benjamin Clark 10.00 m
    Matthew Harvey 10.00 m
    Adam Moore 10.00 m
    Nickolas Berry 10.25 m
    Ryan Hancock 10.25 m
    David Gross 10.50 m
    Noddy Angelakos 11.00 m
    Luke Buchanan 11.00 m
    Shane Ezard 11.00 m
    Craig Foley 11.00 m
    Tyson Hancock 11.00 m
    Ben Hardy 11.00 m
    Aaron Harrison 11.00 m
    Mark Hignett 11.00 m
    Ryan Hoffman 11.00 m
    Aldis Jaunzems 11.00 m
    Glenn Ross 11.00 m
    Shaun Ryder 11.00 m
    Brad Schutz 11.00 m
    Kelly Sheldrick 11.00 m
    Christopher Simpson 11.00 m
    Paul Taylor 11.00 m
    Neil Thomas 11.00 m
    Clint Tobin 11.00 m
    Zhen Wang 11.00 m
    Troy Welfare 11.00 m
    Darren Whittaker 11.00 m


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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    great video. thanks...

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    I love Australia and loved visiting it . Everyone in this country that I met appeared to be interested in Track and running and sport.
    I remember Andrew Murphy telling us about the pro racing circuit. He came here to train with us as I knew his girl friends sister who was living in Toronto at the time.
    It's interesting how these races work as I understand it every one tries to come into the race quietly so their handicap is not too great.
    Thanks for posting a link.
    It will be interesting to see who wins it.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Has Darren Clark ever run this event? Do you know?

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Angela Coon View Post
    Has Darren Clark ever run this event? Do you know?
    I don't think he has run at Bay Sheffield or any pro race for that matter. He was due to run in the Bay Gift in nsw one year but pulled out after having a car accident. It would have been good to see him run from a tight mark and come through the field.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Don't think Darren Clarke did, Andrew Murphy, he ran low 11s last year in his mid-forties, just a one off race. Still stays in good shape.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by hornblower View Post
    great video. thanks...
    Thanks Hornblower.

    Unfortunately for me I coached the blue (2nd) and (3rd). The blue - Robbie James made the next two finals as well, finishing 5th in 2010 and 3rd in 2011. He is having a rest this season and is planning to resume 2013.

    The winner for the last two years was Jordan Caldow. He ran off 6.75m in 2010 and won again in 2011 off 3.75m.

    Caldow joined my squad in April and will run from 1.25m. He's running well but the task ahead is massive. The heats have been announced and Caldow has drawn two well fancied athletes in Josh Tiu (9.25) and Ryan Hancock (10.25). First two in each heat advance to the semis.

    By the way, Andrew Murphy was 4th in the 1991 Stawell Gift behind another Olympian - Steve Brimacombe.

    Sydney Olympics Long jump silver medallist Jai Taurima was 6th in the 2000 Bay Sheffield final.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Andrew Murphy also coached a winner of the Stawell Gift in Dale Seers, CAN'T REMEMBER THE year but do remember the year before Seers was the favourite in the final but broke and copped a metre penalty.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by grooster View Post
    Andrew Murphy also coached a winner of the Stawell Gift in Dale Seers, CAN'T REMEMBER THE year but do remember the year before Seers was the favourite in the final but broke and copped a metre penalty.

    Oh, that is interesting.
    I would love to see this race as it seems like a great deal of fun and a nice change up to our traditional track stuff we are all so familiar with.
    I did not know Andrew ran fairly recently but I guess any one can enter and it could be worth a shot as some pretty decent cash for a one day payout? Not including all the training and time that goes into however.
    Guys, thanks for updating us on OZ world sport scene. Very cool.

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    Re: 2012 Bay Sheffield - 28th December 2012

    Australian 100m champion Joshua Ross won the 2012 Bay Sheffield off scratch becoming the first man in 126 years to win South Australia's most prestigious foot race off the mark of honour. Ross ran brilliantly to run down the athletes ahead including the favourite John Jakeman.

    Video of Ross's win can be seen at the following link.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RidJ-YM1VRM

    126th Bay Sheffield Carnival
    Colley Reserve, Glenelg
    28th Dec 2012
    RESULTS

    120m Bay Sheffield
    Heat 1
    1 B Letton (9.75)
    2 T Sanderson-Milera (8.00)
    3 T McGuire (6.75)
    Time: 13.07

    Heat 2
    1 D Panizza (8.75)
    2 D Hicks (9.75)
    Time: 12.89

    Heat 3
    1 A Foy (8.00)
    2 B Koschade (6.75)
    3 J Dartnall (9.75))
    Time: 13.20

    Heat 4
    1 J Cibich (7.50)
    2 A Saliu (6.50)
    3 C Diegan (9.75)
    Time: 13.00

    Heat 5
    1 M Short (8.00)
    2 R Camille (9.75)
    3 D Dobric (8.50)
    Time: 12.80

    Heat 6
    1 C Unasa (7.75)
    2 A Bubner (5.75)
    3 C Foley (11.00)
    Time: 12.84

    Heat 7
    1 S Ezard (11.00)
    2 E Ware (8.25)
    3 T Johnson (9.50)
    Time: 12.82

    Heat 8
    1 A Glorie (8.25)
    2 C Watkins (4.25)
    3 A Harris (9.00)
    Time: 12.81

    Heat 9
    1 N Angelakos (11.00)
    2 S Baird (7.50)
    3 S Gill (8.50)
    Time: ????

    Heat 10
    1 L Weir (9.25)
    2 A Moore (10.00)
    3 I Dunmall (8.25)
    Time: 13.28

    Heat 11
    1 J Tiu (9.25)
    2 R Hancock (10.25)
    3 J Caldow (1.25)
    Time: 12.96

    Heat 12
    1 J Jakeman (7.25)
    2 T Bateman (3.75)
    3 ?.
    Time: 12.71

    Heat 13
    1 M Eddy (9.25)
    2 D Gross (10.50)
    3 S Ryder (11.00)
    Time: ??.??

    Heat 14
    1 T Sclanders (7.00)
    2 G Ross (11.00)
    3 B Lawal (1.00)
    Time: 12.94

    Heat 15
    1 Josh Ross (0.00)
    2 O Wurm (7.00)
    3 B Clark (10.00)
    Time: 12.99

    Semi 1
    1 J Jakeman (7.25)
    2 D Gross (10.50)
    3 O Wurm (7.00)
    Time: 12.67

    Semi 2
    1 T Sclanders (7.00)
    2 C Unasa (7.75)
    3 A Saliu (6.50)
    Time: 12.86

    Semi 3
    1 A Bubner (5.75)
    2 A Glorie (8.25)
    3 E Ware (8.25)
    Time: 12.88

    Semi 4
    1 D Panizza (8.75)
    2 M Eddy (9.25)
    3 C Watkins (4.25)
    Time: 12.66

    Semi 5
    1 M Short (8.00)
    2 J Tiu (9.25)
    3 S Baird (7.50)
    Time: 12.67

    Semi 6
    1 Josh Ross (0.00)
    2 S Ezard (11.00)
    3 D Hicks (9.75)
    Time: 12.81

    120m Bay Sheffield FINAL
    1 Joshua Ross (0.00)
    2 John Jakeman (7.25)
    3 Matthew Short (8.00)
    4 Dylan Panizza (8.75)
    5 Alex Bubner (5.75)
    6 Tom Sclanders (7.00)
    time: 12.48secs

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