Chambers Flat athlete Taneille Crase had a cracking start in the heptathlon

Joe Colbrook
By Joe Colbrook
Updated August 8 2022 - 2:10am, first published August 3 2022 - 5:00am
Taneille Crase has had a cracking start to her Commonwealth Games campaign, placing first in the 100m hurdles. Picture by Getty Images.

Chambers Flat athlete Taneille Crase looks set to add to Australia's bumper medal tally after a strong start in the Women's Heptathlon overnight.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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I am the Journalist for the Jimboomba Times covering the stories that matter to the community, from sport to politics. UQ Alumni