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Passtrak kicks off outdoor season in Calgary

Two Passtrak athletes took part in the first outdoor meet of the 2014 season on May 10 and 11 in Calgary.

They recorded five personal best results out of 11 events, set four new Passtrak club records and brought home two first and one third place medals for their efforts.

Alisi Ratudradra set a new Passtrak club record of 27.78 seconds in the Midget Girls 200 metres for a seventh place finish.  She then earned sixth place with a leap of 4.37 metres in the long jump and finished off the meet with a bronze medal in the 300 metre by finishing in 44.28 seconds, which also set a new Passtrak club record.

Younger brother Mosese Ratudradra had a banner weekend where he produced five lifetime best performances in the two day competition.  He ran his fastest 60 metres ever in 11.33 seconds then improved his standing long jump to 1.35 metres.  Next he ran his best 150 metre race ever in 29.25 seconds.  He dominated the throwing events, winning both the shotput and discus with lifetime best performances and new club records of 8.02 metres and 16.31 metres respectively.

 

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