id1756-England Athletics National U15 and U17 Championships 29th and 30th September

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Five K&P athletes braved the persistent heavy rain and made their way to Bedford International Stadium.

Performance of the Day came from U15 Pippa Earley with 2 national titles to add to her SEAA medal haul; Pippa won the long jump 5.62, then after a heat and semi added the 75m hurdles crown winning the final in 10.93.

In the U17 women’s Rhianna Reynolds took the silver medal for her triple jump 11.22. Mollie O’Sullivan came 7th in the 1500m, both Mollie and Rhianna are 1st year in the age group.

U17 men Alex Meaklim 9th in the triple jump 12.54 and Darren Meaklim ran 14.49 in the 100m hurdles.


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