Participants

Georgia GRIFFITH

Georgia GRIFFITH
    Athletics
Birth Date:  05 Dec 1996
Place of Birth:  CANBERRA
Country of birth:  AUS
Age:  21
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  172
Weight (Kg):  52

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
ATH Athletics Women's 800m  
Women's 1500m 5

Georgia GRIFFITH - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Mon, 9 Apr 19:25
Women's 1500m Round 1 - Heat 1
Finished
Tue, 10 Apr 22:04
Gold Medal Event Women's 1500m Final
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 12:36
Women's 800m Round 1 - Heat 3
Finished

Biographical Information


Hobbies

Drawing and reading (runnerstribe. com, 15 Feb 2018)


Occupation: Communication design and business at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (athletics.com.au, 25 Mar 2018)
Coach

PERSONAL: Steve ELLINGHAUS (athletics.com.au, 25 Mar 2018)


Reason: Always enjoyed running, so when she moved to the city in her mid-teens, she decide to commence regular training and just days after her 17th birthday she tasted success, winning the 2013 Australian All Schools Championships 800m gold medal. (athletics.com.au. 25 Mar 2018)
Ambition: Improve my personal best and drop below the two-minute barrier. (runnerstribe.com, 3 Nov 2017)
Memorable: Qualifying for the London 2017 World Championships and being able to compete in such an exciting competition in London. (runnerstribe.com 3 Nov 2017)
Influence: Laura MUIR. I have always been really impressed with her style of running, particularly how hard she goes from the start. (runnerstribe.com, 3 Nov, 2017)
Additional information

JUNIOR PROMISE
At the IAAF 2014 World Junior Championships in Eugene, ran back-to-back 2:04 times in the heat and semifinal before a personal best of 2:04.00 and fourth place in the final behind teammate Georgia WASSALL. Also ran in the 4x400m relay which placed seventh in the final (athletics.com.au, 1 April 2018)


GREAT FORM
In 2017, ran 2:00.90 for the 800m to qualify for the IAAF World Championships, move to 13th on the Australian all-time list, and record the fastest time by an Australian for six years. Five days later, sliced six seconds from her 1500m career best with a time of 4:07.32, also moving to 13th on the Australian all-time list. (athletics.com.au, 1 April 2018) 


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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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