Monday, 24 August 2009

Ben Offereins


Ben Offereins (born March 12, 1986) is an Australian athlete. Born in Sydney, Australia, his family moved to Perth in 1987. He has been running from a young age, starting out in little athletics and has progressed through to the senior ranks.
He had his first major 400 m win at the Under 20 Australian National Championships[1], followed by participation in the 400 m open Australian National Championships[2]. In 2008 Ben also won the state Decathlon Championships.


1966 – 1967: Gary Eddy • 1968: Jim Kemp (USA) • 1969: Bill Hooker • 1970 – 1971: Ross Wilson • 1972: Wayne Collett (USA) • 1973: Graeme Wright • 1974 – 1975: Steve Gee • 1976 – 1977: Rick Mitchell • 1978: John Higham • 1979: Colin McQueen • 1980: Rick Mitchell • 1981: Mike Willis • 1982 – 1983: Gary Minihan • 1984: Bruce Frayne • 1985: Miles Murphy • 1986: Darren Clark • 1987 – 1988: Miles Murphy • 1989 – 1990: Darren Clark • 1991: Paul Greene • 1992: Mark Garner • 1993: Darren Clark • 1994: Brett Callaghan • 1995: Paul Greene • 1996: Jamie Baulch (GBR) • 1997: Brad Jamieson • 1998: Declan Stack • 1999: Brad Jamieson • 2000: Patrick Dwyer • 2001: John Gamble • 2002 – 2004: Clinton Hill • 2005: Ben Offereins • 2006: John Steffensen • 2007: Sean Wroe • 2008: Joel Milburn

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