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Athletics Report 19

group. She also remained Javari Cameron was 8th in jump) and Gemma Brown
unbeaten the whole weekend, the under 20 mens long jump (shot). Samantha also won
winning her heat of the final with a leap of 6.22 and silver in the 200 metres as did
60 metres in 7.59 and then he also ran 7.27 in the heats Charlotte Colegate in the 400
her semi final in 7.60. She of the 60 metres. Jahisha and Holly Fletcher in the 800.
returned for the final to set Thomas ran 8.75 in the heats Bronze medals came courtesy
a new best of 7.50 and this of the 60 metre hurdles but of Amara Lalemi Jacobs in
was a new Championship was unfortunately disqualified the 200 metres and Reuben
Best Performance. On to the in the final. Kertis Beswick ran Fakoya in the 60 metres.
200 and she won her heat in 8.39 in his heat of the under
24.82, her semi final in 24.28 20 mens 60 metre hurdles. The success continued in the
and then set a new best of under 17s age group where
24.08 in the final. Not to be Kent Indoor Championships Leah Everson was a double
outdone twin sister Cheriece Lee Valley 16th & 17th March gold medallist winning both
won the 300 metres title in There was plenty of success the 400 and 800 metre events.
38.69, the fastest time in the for the clubs athletes at the Vivien Olatunji claimed
country this year. Kent Indoor Championships the 60 metres title, Niamh
Bridson Hubbard the 1500
More gold medals came in which were held at Lee Valley in a Championship Best of
the field as Jahisha Thomas in March with 16 gold medals 5.08.11; Alex Wheelwright
won the under 20 womens won and three Championship the high jump and Max
long jump with a leap of 5.87. Best Performances. Hodson the pole vault.
Stefan Amokwandoh annexed Luke Smallwood set a CBP in Alex Skipp won silver in the
the triple jump crown with a the Senior Mens 200 metres, mens 60 metres while Sonia
leap of 14.34. Kerri Davidson crossing the line in 22.05. Woolhouse was pole vault
won the under 17 womens Grace Sheppard won the bronze medallist.
triple jump title with a leap womens 60 metre title while
of 11.80. in the field Rachel Arnheim A third Championship Best
There were plenty of other won the pole vault title with of the weekend came in the
under 15 girls 800 metres
fine efforts with Rachel a clearance of 3.55 with where Shannon Riskeys
Dickens setting new best Christina Moore picking up winning time of 2.25.31 was a
of 55.76 to win silver in the silver. Katrina Cosby was the full 6 seconds quicker than the
under 20 womens 400 metres. only other senior to win a runner up. Isabella Hilditch
Isabella Hilditch won a hard medal as she finished 3rd in won the long jump and also
earned bronze medal in the the 60 metres. took silver in the 60 metre
under 15 girls long jump The under 20 women picked hurdles. It was silver also
with a leap of 5.20. She was up five golds. On the track,
also 4th in the final of the 60 wins came from Samantha for Nicole Farmer in the 60
metres and bronze medals for
metre hurdles.
Brown in the 400 metres Harry Taylor (300); Elizabeth
Another to just miss out on a and from Rhiannon Jones in Ibidunni (200); Toyin Orelaja
medal was Maya Bruney who the 60 metre hurdles. In the (high jump); and Jamilya
finished in 4th place in the field, victories came from Robinson-Pascal (long jump).
under 17 womens 60 metres in Lauren Stevens (long jump),
a time of 7.75. Evie Syron Russell (triple Pat Calnan
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