The Australian women’s 4x400m relay team have run brilliantly to win the silver medal in the penultimate track event of the World U20 championships.
It was another golden day for Australia at the World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. Townsville javelin thrower Nash Lowis showed his qualifying performance was no fluke, throwing even further in the final to take the gold.
Declan Tingay eclipsing the Australian U20 record in the 10,000m walk was the highlight of the morning session of Day 5 in Tampere.
Zane Branco was fifth in the final of the 200m and Celeste Mucci finished the heptathlon just outside the medals too on day 4 action in Tampere, Finland.
A lifetime best in the javelin qualifying by Townsville's Nash Lowis and Celeste Mucci in the hunt for a medal in the heptathlon were the highlights of the morning session on Day 4 of the World Under 20 Championships in Finland.
Carley Thomas from Sydney has run a fantastic tactical race and huge personal best of 2:01.13 to win silver in the 800 metres at the World U20 championships.
Under grey skies and with a wet track, seven Australians competed in the morning session on day three of Tampere 2018 in Finland.
Ash Moloney (Qld) and Gary Haasbroek (Vic) have created history by becoming the first Australians for nearly 50 years to won gold and silver in the same event at a global (able-bodied) athletics championships.
Aside from the action in Finland, one of the morning's highlights for Australians fans following at home was news that the IAAF made the LiveStream available down under.
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