Sarah wins World Championship Bronze

Congratulations Sarah Edmiston!

She wins the bronze medal for #TeamAUS in the F44 discus at the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London.

It’s the first and only individual World Athletics Championship medal won by a WA state resident. Also the first and only World Championship medal won by a member of North Beach in the clubs 46 year history. And her husband Paul is the first and only WA coach to receive a World Athletics Championship medal also.

With her nervous first throw landing 32.42m and into the bronze medal position Sarah made the top 8 and that was enough to go through to the final rounds, with another 3 throws available. Her second effort improved to 33.65m and her third was her best throw of the day with 33.80m (OR & AR).

The two Chinese throwers in the meantime had thrown a huge 39.72 (YEO Juan) and 38.25m (YANG Yue) in the first rounds to claim first and second positions. Sarah decided as she was clear of the 4th place competitor (Germany’s Fredericke KOLEISKI, 30.98m) it was time to go after the two Chinese best throws.

“I felt reasonably comfortable that I would finish third, so I just went after some big throws in the final rounds” said Sarah. “But, in the end I am extremely happy to have got what I came here for and that is a medal!”.

Unfortunately, with the extra effort came some huge fouls out of the sector boundary in her final 3 rounds but it was still enough to claim the WORLD BRONZE MEDAL!!! Even with Fredericke throwing a personal best of 32.69m on her final round.

“This has been a tremendous learning experience for both of us and we have come away with lot’s to work on” says coach  Paul “But for now we will really enjoy the moment and achievement”.

Sarah will compete in the F44 Shot Put early Sunday morning 2.30am WST.

AOTM – April 2017

Congratulations Adriaan Pelser!

He wins the Junior SPORTS AWARD from Video Ezy which includes a FREE New Release.videoezy-individualpage-banner

WARWICK

Winner of NBAthlete of the Month of April 2017! Our incredibly consistent and loyal captain won his 3rd National Junior medal (in the past 4 years) last month in his pet event the 110m hurdles. He is also the first and only person in the clubs history  to win this award three times!

Age: 17
Height: 1.82m
Nickname: Song Captain
Star sign: Aquarius
Start Athletics: 2006
Pets: –
Occupation:  Student
Biggest influence: Mom
Are you superstitious: NO
FAVOURITE
Sporting hero: Omar Mcleod
Athletics event: Anything that involves hurdles
Movie: Begin Again/ The Imitation Game
Movie munchies:
Game: Witcher 3/ dark souls series
Music: Rap/ acoustic
Shop: Kmart
Food: Meat
Drink: Maximus
Holiday spot: Beach
Place to relax: Home
Other sports: NFL/ Rugby
What would you do with $1M: Spend it on unnecessary stuff

What I like about North Beach Athletics: we are a family and everyone supports each other.

AOTM – March 2017

Congratulations Sarah Edmiston!

She wins the SPORTS AWARD from Video Ezy which includes a FREE New Release.videoezy-individualpage-banner

WARWICK

Winner of NBAthlete of the Month of March 2017! Sarah has enjoyed her most successful season so far including winning the clubs first ever Open title at the National Championships. Her outstanding performances will result in her being selected for the Australian Para Team at this year’s London World Championships in July.

Age: 41
Height: 177cm
Nickname Bunny
Star sign Virgo
Start Athletics: 6 year old
Pets: Dog (Lily), Chickens, Fish (Koi, Cat fish, Minnows), Ferrets & Canaries.
Occupation:  Athlete
Biggest influence: Husband
Are you superstitious: No
FAVOURITE
Sporting hero: Janine Shepherd
Athletics event: Discus
Movie: Any Sci Fi action
Movie munchies: Lollies
Game: Monopoly
Music: R&B
Shop: Bunnings or 2xU
Food: Seafood
Drink: Coke Zero
Holiday spot: Singapore
Place to relax: Beach
Other sports: Volleyball
What would you do with $1M: Large house by the beach

What I like about North Beach Athletics: Great team atmosphere

2017 Australian Athletics Championships

2017 Australian Athletics Championships
Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre – 26/03/2017 to 2/04/2017

Sarah win’s the club first ever Open National GOLD 🥇 medal!

Congratulations to our best ever nationals team!

2017 (Sydney – 9 representatives. 9 medals – GOLD (Edmiston|Rousseau), SILVER (Gartlan|Rousseau x2|Dixon|WA team relay) & BRONZE (Edmiston|Pelser)

2016 (Perth – 13 representatives. 3 medals – GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE (WA team relays)
2015 (Sydney – 9 representatives. 2 medals – GOLD (Rass) SILVER (Pelser)
2014 (Sydney – 3 representatives. 2 medals – BRONZE (Pelser & WA team relay)

Event 1 Women Hammer Throw U18

Finals 
15 Moore, Caitlin 02 WA 39.54m           
30.21m  37.80m  39.54m

Event 43 Men Discus Throw U18

Finals
2 🥈 Gartlan, Liam 00 WA 52.96m PB CR

Event 46 Heptathlon: #1 Women 90 Metre Hurdles U16

Section 2 Wind: 1.1
2 Richards, Leah 02 WA 13.13 1105 PB & CR

Event 59 Heptathlon: #2 Women High Jump U16

2 Richards, Leah 02 WA  1.65m 795 =PB         
1.50 1.53 1.56 1.59 1.62 1.65 1.68                                          
  O    -    O    O  XXO    O  XXX

Event 69 Men Discus Throw U20

Finals                                                                    
5 Gartlan, Liam  00 WA 48.00m PB & CR          
X  X  48.00m  X  X  X

Event 77 Heptathlon: #3 Women Shot Put U16

9 Richards, Leah 02 WA 9.86m 520 PB        
9.86m  8.81m  9.82m

Event 90 Heptathlon: #4 Women 200 Metre U16

Section  1     Wind: 1.4                                                                 
2 Richards, Leah 02 WA 27.03 709 PB

Event 121 Men 4×100 Metre Relay U18

4 WA 42.68           
1) Morehead, Jayden 01             2) Rajakovic, Stefan 01           
3) Pelser, Adriaan 00              4) Paget, Kian 01

Event 127 Heptathlon: #5 Women Long Jump U16

Finals                                                                                
1 Richards, Leah 02 WA 5.38m   0.5    665          
5.30m(1.3) 5.38m(0.5) 5.10m(1.1)

Event 141 Heptathlon: #6 Women Javelin Throw U16

Finals                                                                           
10 Richards, Leah  02 WA  26.97m  419   PB
26.97m  X  X

Event 154 Women 100 Metre Hurdles U17

Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: +0.0                                                
5 Robinson, Ellen 01 WA  15.51

Event 159 Men 110 Metre Hurdles U18

Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: -0.4                                                      
2 Pelser, Adriaan 00 WA 14.42Q

Event 161 Heptathlon: #7 Women 800 Metre U16

Section  2                                                                          
8 Richards, Leah 02 WA 2:42.30 547 PB

Event 178 Men 110 Metre Hurdles U18

Finals                                                                                
3 🥉 Pelser, Adriaan 00 WA  14.45 -2.4

Event 196 Men Hammer Throw U15

Finals                                                                    
2 🥈 Rousseau, Etienne 03 WA 46.00m PB          
44.36m  X  42.50m  46.00m

Event 203 Women 200 Metre Hurdles U16

Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: 1.1
7 Porter, Catherine  02 WA  31.24

Event 209 Women Discus Throw U16

11 Moore, Caitlin  02 WA 32.48m           
30.02m  32.48m  31.33m

Event 225 Mixed Shot Put Junior Secur U20

Finals                                                                    
2 🥈 Dixon F33, Layne W01 WA 1.97m  37.45%   
1.94m  1.81m  1.85m  1.90m  1.87m  1.97m

Event 276 Men Javelin Throw U15

Finals                                                                    
4 Rousseau, Etienne 03 WA 42.39m PB          
42.39m  41.48m  40.22m  41.99m

Event 279 Women 4×400 Metre Relay U20

Finals 
4 WA 3:57.45           
1) Hynes, Sarah 99   2) Whyte, Jade 01                 
3) Porter, Catherine 02   4) Wright, Lauren 98

Event 304 Women 200 Metre U16

Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: -1.5                                                
7 Porter, Catherine  02 WA 27.30

Event 308 Women 200 Metre U14

Heat  1 Preliminaries   Wind: -1.7                                                
3 Pisano, Talia 04 WA 28.13

Event 321 Women 80 Metre Hurdles U14

Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: -3.1                                                
3 Pisano, Talia 04 WA  13.37Q

Event 351 Women Discus Throw Ambulant Open
Finals

1 🥇 Edmiston F44, Sarah 75 WA 34.31m WCQ 77.05%   
31.06m  33.81m  X  33.91m  34.31m  32.98m

Event 380 Women 80 Metre Hurdles U14

Finals                                                                         
5 Pisano, Talia 04 WA  13.19  0.6

Event 390 Women 400 Metre U16

Heat  2 Preliminaries                                                        
5 Porter, Catherine 02 WA 59.09 PB

Event 412 Men Shot Put U15
Finals

1 🥇 Rousseau, Etienne 03 WA 14.34m PB          
12.52m  14.34m  13.41m  14.31m

Event 436 Men Discus Throw U15
Finals

2 🥈 Rousseau, Etienne  03 WA  49.98m PB          
44.89m  48.79m  X  49.98m

Event 463 Women 100 Metre U14

Heat  2 Preliminaries   Wind: 0.2                                                 
9 Pisano, Talia  04 WA  13.46

Event 488 Women 4×100 Metre Relay U14

Finals                                                                    
2 🥈 WA 50.42           
1) Pisano, Talia 04  2) Le Tessier, Vivienne 04        
3) Prinsloo, Monique 04   4) Lankester, Skye 04

Event 511 Women Hammer Throw U16

Finals                                                                    
5 Moore, Caitlin  02 WA  38.23m           
X  36.68m  38.23m  X

Event 515 Women Shot Put Ambulant Open
Finals

3 🥉 Edmiston F44, Sarah  75 WA 8.23m  62.63%   
7.30m  8.23m  7.88m  X  7.76m  7.82m
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