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of 14.17. Further wins came was the second furthest by an The latest female sprinter
from Vivien Olatunji in the 60 under 20 in the country this to receive International
and from Nathanielle Jones in year. Her long jump distance recognition is Vivien Olatunji.
the 200. of 5.39 was a new personal She was selected to represent
Shannon Riskey was the Club’s best. England at the Welsh Athletics
only double gold medallist of Stefan Amokwandoh won the Under 20 Indoor International
the weekend as she claimed under 20 men’s triple jump at Cardiff. She inished in third
both the under 17 800 and with a leap of 13.89. place in the 60 metres in 7.67.
1500 metre titles. Bailey In the under 17s age group In the ield, the Club’s recent
Stickings won the men’s 800 Maya Bruney claimed the 60 jumps success continued as
and further golds came from metres title in a time of 7.61. Kerri Davidson set a new
Isabella Hilditch in the 60 This is the fastest time in the personal best of 12.40 to inish
metre hurdles and Phillippa country this year by an under in second place in the triple
Croft on her debut in the 17. She also ran 7.69 in both jump. Jahisha Thomas is now
pole vault. Eloise Locke set a her heat and semi inal. an under 23 but she was also
personal best of 10.51 to win in action in Wales winning the
the under 15s shot. Internationally long jump with a leap of 6.00.
The Middlesex On the International scene Pat Calnan
Championships took place Lorraine Ugen took the US
at the same venue and Toby National Collegiate indoor
Olubi won the men’s 60 metre long jump title at Alburqurque.
Her leap of 6.73 is the second
title timing 6.89. furthest by a Briton this year, a
performance which will see her
At the Surrey Indoor challenging for International
Championships at Carshalton. representation this Summer.
Oliver Newport claimed the At the Big 12 Indoor
Senior men’s long jump title, Championships at Ames in the
although he is still an under United States she won the long
20, with a leap of 7.30 and jump with a leap of 6.59.
Jahisha Thomas took the
women’s event with a leap of In Ireland Alex Bruce
6.04, a new personal best by Littlewood made a big
a centimetre. Javari Cameron breakthrough at the
also set a personal best of 6.53 AAI National Indoor
Championships at Athlone as
in inishing 4th in the men’s he won the Irish National 3000
event. Jahisha was also runner metres title in 8:02.13 taking
up in the 60 metres. nearly nine seconds off his
Kerri Davidson won both the previous best. He then raced
long jump and the triple jump in the Athlone International.
in the U20 women’s age group. again in the 3000 metres, and
Her leap of 12.23 in the triple inished third in 8:11.80.
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