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2016 February Week 2 – Weekly Roundup Part 2 Two Pinoyathletics National Indoor Records set
Day 1 Report on this meet including the performances of Cray in Europe can be read here.
The other Pinoyathletics National Indoor Record to be broken was by 20-year-old Marisa Kwiatkowski of Stanford who holds the PA National Junior Record in the Triple Jump. Kwiatkowski improved on her Indoor record of 12.23 in Arkansas last year to 12.25m.
*Correction Kwiatkowksi National Indoor Record is 12.45m set on 29.01.16 at Penn State meet.
Complete List of Pinoyathletics National Indoor Records in Athletics
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2016 February Week 2 – Pinoyathletics Weekly Roundup, Cray 6.60, Pinoyathletics Age Grade Records
Feb 13, 2016
SEA Games 100 meter and 400 Hurdles Champion Eric Shauwn Cray of the Philippines took the win at the Gugl Meeting in Linz, Austria. Cray clocked the fastest qualifying time in the heats with a 6.70 run.
Cray tied his season’s best with a 6.60 run in the final matching his run from last week at the World Indoor Challenge series. Cray’s time was again just outside his South East Asian and Philippine Record of 6.57 he set last year. Cray will run at the Asian Indoor Championships in Doha next.
Pinoyathletics Age Grade Record for Moren
Meanwhile, Cerah Moren,17 tied her personal best from 2 years ago with a throw of 42.09m on Jan 23 at UC Berkeley Athletic Champs in the Girl’s Javelin. This was outside the Pinoyathletics grade record for 17 year old’s however held at Jelyn Rubias of FEU (2014) at 42.70m.
Moren then heaved the Hammer 32.34m to a new Pinoyathletics age grade record which was thrown at the UC Berkeley Athletics Champs in Los Angeles.
Apart from Cray, two other Fil-Heritage sprinters were in action. At the Don Kirby Invitational meets in New Mexico, National 100m Champion Brandon Thomas clocked 6.91, outside his season best of 6.89 last week at the New Mexico Classic. Thomas will now begin his outdoor season.
Another Fil-Heritage sprinter Jermaine Lewis clocked 6.92 and 22.51 at Huntington.
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Also at the Don Kirby, SEA Games Bronze Medalist Donovont Arriola was only able to leap 7.02m. The 24-year-old Arriola has a season’s best of 7.26m. While Stanford’s Marisa Kwiatkowski the #3 Filipino Women Long Jumper leaped 5.70m.
2016 Philippine Athletics weekly round-up February 1st week: Eric Cray World Tour leg 6.60 (video)
Feb 7, 2016
2015 SEA Games 100m and 400 Hurdles Champion Eric Cray started his Olympic preparation with a 6.60 run at the World Tour leg in Karlsruhe, Germany.
This was won by Michael Rodgers of the United States in 6.52 (not in photo results at bottom), and the second was evergreen 39-Year-old Kim Collins of St Kitts and Nevis the 2003 World Champion in the 100m. Continued his fine form
Cray claimed the scalp of Churandy Martina of the Netherlands’ multiple Olympic finalists in the 100 and 200m Dash in Beijing and London in 2008 and 2012.
Eric improved his season’s best of 6.66 in New Mexico a few weeks ago and edged towards his SEA and National Record of 6.57. Cray will run the 60m dash at the Asian Indoors in Doha, Qatar.
Meanwhile, at the New Mexico Open Cray’s teammate Brandon Thomas the 2015 Philippine National Champion in the 100 Meter Dash improved his Seasons best to 6.89 seconds in the 60m.
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2016 January Week 4
At Penn State Invitationals, 20-year-old Marisa Kwiatkowski recorded a season’s best of 12.45m in the Women’s Triple Jump placing fourth, just outside her PB of 12.62m (National Junior Record). Kwiatkowski also leapt 5.63m in the Long Jump.
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Eric Cray 6.66 60m from last week Video
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