Starc leads Australia’s starry line-up for worlds Sep 11, 2019 0 322 12345 Australia on Tuesday announced a team of 57 athletes for the IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019, which will be held from 27 September to October 6.The team for the 17th edition of the World Championships is the second largest to represent Australia. “It’s an exciting team,” said Head of High Performance and Coaching, Christian Malcolm. “There’s a mix and blend within the team. We’ve got experience there but also a lot of youngsters coming through. I’m really excited to see how they perform, really.”Headlining the team are Commonwealth Games high jump champion Brandon Starc (IAAF World rank No. 2) and Kelsey-Lee Barber (IAAF world rank No. 2), who will both arrive after second place finishes at the IAAF Diamond League final in Zurich.Australian team for DohaMen: 100m: Rohan Browning; 400m: Steven Solomon; 800m: Peter Bol, Luke Mathews; 1500m: Ryan Gregson, Stewart McSweyn, Matthew Ramsden; 5000m: Morgan McDonald, Stewart McSweyn, Patrick Tiernan; 10,000m: Harry Summers; Marathon: Julian Spence; 3000m steeplechase: Ben Buckingham; 110m hurdles: Nicholas Hough; High jump: Joel Baden, Brandon Starc; Long jump: Henry Frayne, Darcy Roper, Henry Smith; Discus: Matthew Denny; 20km race walk: Dane Bird-Smith, Rhydian Cowley; 4x400m: Alex Beck, Murray Goodwin, Tyler Gunn, Ian Halpin, Steven Solomon.Women: 400m: Bendere Oboya; 800m: Catriona Bisset, Morgan Mitchell; 1500m: Georgia Griffith, Linden Hall, Jessica Hull; 5000m: Melissa Duncan; 10,000m: Sinead Diver, Ellie Pashley; Marathon: Rochelle Rodgers; 3000m steeplechase: Paige Campbell, Genevieve LaCaze, Georgia Winkcup; 100m hurdles: Brianna Beahan; 400m hurdles: Lauren Boden, Sarah Carli, Sara Klein; High jump: Nicola McDermott; Pole vault: Elizaveta Parnova; Long jump: Brooke Stratton; Javelin: Kelsey-Lee Barber; 20km race walk: Katie Hayward, Jemima Montag; 50km race walk: Claire Woods; 4x100m: Melissa Breen, Maddie Coates, Kristie Edwards, Nana Adoma Owusu-Afriyie; 4x400m: Ellie Beer, Rebecca Bennett, Lauren Boden, Bendere Oboya, Gabriella O’Grady, Caitlin Sargent-Jones. (IAAF) Pages 123 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Belgium, Netherlands hit four as Germany edge closer to Euros Sep 11, 2019 0 314 10,000m European champ Amdouni readies at Aspetar Sep 11, 2019 0 265 Argentina, Spain romp into World Cup last four Sep 11, 2019 0 196 11 Russians cleared to compete internationally as neutral athletes ahead of World Championships AFP/IAAF Paris Eleven more Russian athletes have been cleared to compete internationally just two weeks ahead of the world championships in Doha, the IAAF announced on Tuesday. Russia was barred from international ..