Date: 22 Mar 2014
Tags: Kim Mickle, National Record
Kim Mickle breaks Australian Record
The Australian javelin record belongs to Kim Mickle after she threw 66.83m to win at the Melbourne World Challenge meeting.
Hitting her record-breaking mark in the third round, Mickle’s performance was in response to a 63.58m effort from Mitchell to hit the lead in the second round. Unrivalled for the remainder of competition, the performance brings to life the dream of a Little Athlete who took up the spear as a junior.
“I don’t feel like it has even happened, I can’t say that it’s a relief or anything like that because it doesn’t feel real, but when I get home and I look back at the tape I think I will begin to understand what I have done and how great it is,” Mickle said.
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