AACT Champs 2018 delivers great results again

Squad Medal Summary at 2018 AACT Champs – 15 x Gold, 2 x Silver, 4 x Bronze

Athletes were given fantastic conditions and they did not disappoint with multiple state titles, personal bests, season bests and a Commonwealth Games A qualifier recorded.

Congratulations to everyone and a huge thank you to all the AACT officials and volunteers for providing such an athlete friendly championship. It is simply the meet on the calendar that everyone wants to come to each year.

The two stand out moments over the championships for the MBD squad were (see video summary below)

  1. Adam Farlow’s performances at age 35
  2. Lauren Wells leading off the hurdles crew with a Commonwealth Games A qualifier and then seeing Tessa Constantine, Molly Sturgiss, Matt Walters and Leigh Bennett all follow her with new personal bests.


Lauren Wells – Open 400m Hurdles

Lauren Wells – Open Long Jump

Adam Farlow – Open 100m

Adam Farlow – Open 200m

Sarah Blizzard – Open 100m

Sarah Blizzard – Open 200m

Tom Agnew – Under 20 100m

Matt Walters – Under 20 400m Hurdles

Matt King – Under 20 200m

Matt King – Under 20 400m

Molly Sturgiss – Under 18 400m

Molly Sturgiss – Under 18 400m Hurdles

Holly Abbey – Under 18 100m

Chloe Smith – Under 14 100m

Chloe Smith – Under 14 200m


Tessa Constantine – Under 20 400m Hurdles

Chloe Smith – Under 14 400m


Leigh Bennett – Open 400m Hurdles

Rachael Carnegie – Open 200m

Chandler Leydon – Under 18 100m

Chandler Leydon – Under 18 200m

Congratulations to the whole squad and thank you to all involved in these results including Scott Smith, Melissa Breen Myogen – Performance Movement Therapy, parents, and partners.





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