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XVII Campeonato de España d... in Ibiza, ESP on 9 Jun
Championnats Départementaux... in Figeac, FRA on 2 Jun
Championnats Loire et Volca... in Clermont-Ferrand, FRA on 8 Jun
5. Masters Testmeeting 2024... in Linz, AUT on 7 Jun
Illinois USATF Association in Romeoville, USA on 2 Jun
Départementaux 08 in Bogny sur Meuse, FRA on 2 Jun
Twilight Throwers 2024 Chel... in Chelmsford, USA on 8 Jun
Prvenstvo Slovenije in Hrva... in Domžale, SLO on 8 Jun
Meeting du Martigues Sport ... in Martigues, FRA on 1 Jun
12th Rock Throws Series in Middletown, USA on 8 Jun

 

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Individual Results Recently Added:

Frederic Laborie (FRA - M52) 24.72 - Javelin (700g)
David Saunders (GBR - M60) 13.26 - Javelin (600g)
Georg Dunkel (FIN - M78) 16.17 - 100 Meter
Ilona Schaub (GER - W56) 35.40 - Hammer (3kg)
Renata Macherzynska (CAN - W65) 14.92 - 100 Meter
Sabastian Kimaru Sawe (KEN - M29) 27:06.0h - 10000 Meter
Elena Tolin (ITA - W60) 36.97 - 200 Meter
Christine Smith (AUS - W50) 29.09 - Discus (1kg)
Carlos Larry (USA - W53) 1.05 - High Jump
Damien Reynolds (USA - M63) 9.90 - Shot Put (5kg)

 

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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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Meet the Athletes


Carol took up competition in 1992. She is an inductee in the Regina Sports Hall of Fame (2014) and Canadian Masters Athletics Hall of Fame (2012).
In 2017, at age 75, Carol broke 7 outdoor World Records. As a result she was nominated in 3 categories for the NCCWMA regional World Master’s Athlete (WMA) of the Year awards. Carol received the WMA Best Female Sprinter and runner up as WMA Best Jumper. She also received 2017 Bob Adams Award of Excellence – Female Master Athlete; 2017 Access 7 Athlete of the Year; 2017 CMA Masters Olga Kotelko Award for Field; 2017 CMA Masters Earl Fee Award for Track.

For Outdoors in Spain at the World Masters Athletics (WMA) Championships, Carol received 5 Gold Medals and broke 3 World records, 2 times in the 200m heat and final and high jump.

Carol was nominated by Regional – North & Central America, Caribbean World Masters Athletics (NCCWMA) – for 2018 - Overall Female Masters Athlete and Best Female Jumper. She was chosen WMA Overall Female Masters Athlete and Runner-Up to best Female Jumper.

Carol LaFayette-Boyd, CAN - W82


Events & Results

Competes in: 200; 400; 60; LJ; TJ; HJ; 50; 100;

Best Age Graded Performances:

  • 97.23% in 100
  • 95.82% in 100
  • 95.82% in 100
  • 95.73% in 60
  • 95.73% in 60
  • 95.47% in 100
  • 95.47% in 100
  • 95.47% in 60
  • 95.47% in 60
  • 95.47% in 60

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