AMERICANS AT HAMILTON.
HAMILTON, March 7
There was a large gathering at Hamilton this afternoon to see the American athletes. The weather was beautifully fine. Results: —
Pulting the Shot—Caughey (U.S.A.) 45ft. 2in,j A. Johnston 32ft. Caughey registered an Australasian record. 880 Yards Handicap—Power (U.S.A.) (scr) 1; C." Read (45yds), 2; McNoish (45yds), 3. Time, lmin 59 l-ssec. "Won by five yards. 130 Yards Hurdles—Stewart (Hamilton), '(Gycls), 1; Temple-ton (U.S.A.), (scr), 2. Time, 17sec. A close finish; won by a- yard. Long Jump—Templeton (U.S.A.) (scr), 20ft.. Sin. 1, Reynolds (2ft. 6in); 2, Russell (lft. 6in.) 3. One Mile—Power (U.S.A.) (scr),l; Reid (90yds),-2; Emerson (170 yds) 3. Won by 15 yards; Time, 4min. 35 3-5 soo.
220 Yards—Stewart (Hamilton), (15yds), ] ; Parker (U.S.A.), 2. Won by three inches only, after a good finish.'
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ATHLETICS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914
ATHLETICS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914
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