From Athletics NZ Weekly Roundup:
The men under 20 national 3000m championship lived up to expectations of a classic race with the first seven to finish all securing a personal best time. Will Anthony set the pace from the start, taking Liam Back, Ben Bidois, Andres Hernandez and Liam Lamb with him. These five stuck together for most of the race, at the bell Lamb moved up to striking distance and with 300m remaining shot to the lead to win in a PB and stadium junior record of 8:24.79. This broke Terry Stone’s 40 year old record of 8:32.6. Anthony was second in 8:26.00 PB, followed by Back 8:32.26 PB, Hernandez 8:33.89 PB, Bidois 8:37.74 PB, Benjamin Wall 8:46.36 PB, Andre Le Pine-Day 8:56.55 PB, Max Erkes 9:01.35, Liam Wall 9:01.79, George Lambert 9:02.78, Mitchell Snell 9:05.72 and Liam Chesney 9:09.81.
|Emma Douglass||Mixed 400m||14||58.78|
|Will Anthony||MU20 3000m||2||8:26.00 (PB)|
|Emma Douglass||Women 100m||4||12.78|