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Brett Halls (AUS - M45) 4:00.98 - 1500 Meter
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Imre Csontos (HUN - M30) 46:34.0h - 10k Race Walk
Eric de Smedt (FRA - M62) 1804 - Throws Pentathlon
Laurence Reckelbus (BEL - W48) 42.34 - Hammer (4kg)
Annette Parlane (NZL - W76) 20.39 - Discus (0.75kg)
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Phil Hniat (AUS - M61) 35.9h - 200 Meter
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Age Grading & Combined Event Scoring

Age Grading is an adjustment for a performance (time, height or distance) based on age – the older you are, the bigger the adjustment. The adjustment, known as an Age Grade Factor, is multiplied by the performance to get an Age Graded Performance so all times, heights or distances for each event by athletes from 20 to over 100 years old can be compared to each other! The Age Graded Performance is the equivalent to what the athlete would have done when they were in their 20s.

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Click to download  Combined Events Scoring calculator (revised 22 August 2023).

Meet the Athletes

David competed as a quarter-miler for the Ohio Wesleyan University track team where he earned two varsity letters and shared honors with two others as most improved athlete in his junior year. In 2006, David retired from his career as a professor and an educational administrator and returned to his track and field passion. He joined a local gym and hired a personal trainer to help him train for his first track meet since his collegian career.

In his first season as a Masters level competitor, he competed in various Senior Olympic and Masters meets taking home 2 gold medals, a silver and a bronze in the 400, a silver and bronze in the 200 and 2 bronze in the 100. Since then, David has earned 13 All-American Honors in the masters division of the United States Track and Field Association in the 400 and 200 meters. In 2016, he was the USATF Masters National Champion in the 400 at Grand Rapids, Michigan and was the silver medalist in the National Senior Games (Birmingham, AL) in 2017. David is a 2015 inductee into the Ohio Senior Olympics Hall of Fame and holds the Kentucky Senior Olympics record for the 400 in the 65-69 bracket.

Following the 2018 Ohio Senior Championship, he tore his Achilles. After a lengthy rehab, he tore his other Achilles while training in June of 2020. He is back in therapy and is hoping to make another attempt at returning to the oval next year.

David Janson, USA - M72

Events & Results

Competes in: 100; 200; 400;

Best Age Graded Performances:

  • 86.56% in 200
  • 86.39% in 400
  • 86.16% in 400
  • 85.75% in 400
  • 85.67% in 200
  • 85.36% in 200
  • 85.14% in 200
  • 84.96% in 400
  • 84.89% in 400
  • 84.65% in 400

Athletes in this section are selected randomly from members who have posted a photo and / or input a bio. 

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