Telford Games more results

Posted: September 23, 2015 by megsamaniac in Uncategorized

Finally, the results from the Telford Games. Some excellent performances from Royal Sutton athletes on what started as a wet and windy day, making conditions difficult for the younger athletes in particular. As is normally the case with this competition, standards were very high.

For the u 11 girls, Caitlin Ralph achieved a silver medal in both the 60 metres and Long Jump and 4th position in the 150 metres. An excellent performance in what was Caitlin’s second track competition. Zara Buchanan won a bronze medal in the Long Jump with a new PB and was 6th in the 60 metre final.

In the u 17 men’s 100 metres both Ethan Brough and Cameron Kirkbride got through to the final, with Ethan running a new PB, in what proved to be a tough race. Both also ran well in the 200 m final.

In the u 15 boys 100 m, Cameron Harris ran well but just missed out on a place in the final. Cameron also performed well in the 200 m final. In addition to the achievements already outlined  in a previous report, Ryan Humphreys also achieved a new PB in the 80 m hurdles.

Connor Race, Evan Pritchard and David Iliffe battled it out in the u 13 boys 100m, with Connor achieving a PB in both the heats and the final. Evan and Connor also ran in the 200 m, with Connor again achieving a new PB and a place in the final. Both David and Evan performed well in the Long Jump.

Rachel Iliffe won a bronze medal with a new PB in the u 17 women’s triple jump and ran a new PB in the 100 metres final. Rachel also ran well in the 200 m. Hannah Smith set a new PB in the same race.

Jenny Hopkinson ran well in both the u 15 girls 100 and 200 metres, reaching the final in both events. Madeleine Shay set a new PB in the 100 m.

Freya Liddington won bronze in u 13 girls Long Jump and set a new PB in the final of the 100 m.

Elsa Buchanan just missed out on a medal in the 800 m and Long Jump, achieving 4th place in both events.

Well done everyone!

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