Steve Brimacombe

Steve Brimacombe
Personal information
Full nameSteven Brimacombe
Born7 May 1971
Event(s)100 yards, 100 metres, 200 metres


Steve Brimacombe (given birth to 7 Might 1971) can be an Australian athletics trainer and previous runner. Beneath the tutelage of renowned Scottish trainer Jim Bradley, Brimacombe won the 1991 Stawell Gift after only 8 a few months of training. At that time he was just 19 and the next youngest champion in Stawell Present history. In Dec 1991, Brimacombe gained the esteemed Bay Sheffield off 3.75m. On 28 Dec 1992, Brimacombe place a Colley Reserve history of 12.28secs off nothing in his semi-final from the prestigious Bay Sheffield. In 1994, Brimacombe caused an enormous annoyed when he earned the Australian 200m title beating Dean Capobianco and Damien Marsh who had both run in the 200m world championship last in 1993. A fortnight after earning the Australian 200m name, Brimacombe completed 2nd in the 1994 Stawell Present off scratch, documenting 12.18secs – this equalled the Stawell background by an Australian for 120m. In July 1994, Brimacombe was a finalist in the Commonwealth Video games 200m. Brimacombe moved to Queensland in Oct 1994 and competed over 200 metres in the 1996 Olympic Video games in Atlanta where he finished 9th overall, simply missing the ultimate. He was an intrinsic person in Australia’s 4