Period of time coached 1997 – April 2008         Personal Best 89. I coached Jarrod Bannister for 11 years as a 12 year old in Townsville until April 2008, where he produced a new Australian Open Record, Oceania Record and the longest kamagra avec ou sans ordonnance in the Southern Hemisphere of 89. I lived in Townsville Queensland on two occasions and coached in the High Performance Athletic Centre at Pimlico High School run by Gary Cairns.

The Centre produced many high performing athletes, such as Tim Paravaccini, Julie Bennell and Carly Cairns. The development of Jarrod Bannister, through his early period as a teenager with some physical qualities but very poor technical model, was long and time consuming. Jarrod came from a background in North Queensland that saw him win most events on raw talent and little training. The technical model that I employed with Jarrod included rotational movements which needed to be learnt and honed in. From 2005-2008, a full time effort went into the development of all aspects of training. Weekly training included up to 21 sessions, from weight training, power development, throwing balls and javelins, drills, sprinting and bounding.

Over the 3 yrs between 2005-8, Jarrod made a 5 metre improvement each year. In 2006 Jarrod threw a personal best in the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and continued in 2007 to post 83. 70 winning the National Championships in Brisbane. Thorkildsen at the DN Galan Games with 83.

Two months later at the World Championships in Osaka Japan, Jarrod missed the final with an inexperienced 77m performance. The decision to train on after the World Championships paid dividends when at the 2008 National Championships in Brisbane, on the last throw of the competition, Jarrod delivered the longest throw in the Southern hemisphere with a 89. Period of time coached – 1979-86                Personal Best 69. 1  Women’s Javelin 1982 Australian record 69. Open WR Ruth Fuchs East Germany 62. World Cup Rome 4th 1981, Australian National Open Javelin Title 9 times. Petra is the best javelin thrower I have coached male or female.

Petra was selected as a 14 yr old in a senior event, to represent the Commonwealth vs USA vs USSR meet. Her performances as a junior were world shattering with a world junior record of 62. She took a 5 year break from track and field to complete her University degree. 28m in 1982 was courageous as it was the world leading throw at the time.