- Created: Saturday, 04 August 2012 17:02
Long jumpers Mitchell Watt and Henry Frayne also did enough to qualify for their final on Saturday night, but it was 2009 world champion Samuels who produced the stand-out Australian performance on day one of the London Games track and field program.
After a middling effort of 60.02m and a foul in the opening two rounds of qualifying, Samuels - the 2009 world champion - needed something big with her final throw.
And she delivered right on time with 63.97m - good enough for seventh place overall.
Read the full story at Wide World of Sport