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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    New Zealand's track and field athletes continue to dominate across the Tasman

    New Zealand's track and field athletes continue to dominate across the Tasman


    At the Brisbane Track Classic, Rosie Elliott took out the 400 metres, with Georgia Hulls placing second in the 200 metres.

    Fellow sprinter Eddie Osei-Nketia placed second in the 100 metres, and James Preston and Brad Mathas placed second and third respectively in the 800 metres.

    Tokyo Olympian Sam Tanner was third in the 1500 metres.

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