A great turn out at one of the last competitions of the year … Lots of personal best and a few Team Russell Records.
Team Russell Records :
Under 11 Boys – George Connelly beat his own 100 metre record in a very impressive 14.86. Will Platts also beat his own record in the 200 metres getting closer to going under 30 seconds. These two boys have had an amazing season with George holding 7 Team Russell records and Will holding 4 records. Both boys ranked very highly in the UK rankings for 2018.
Personal Best :
Under 9’s – Isabelle Reed set two personal best in the 80 metres and Long Jump and twin sister Scarlett Reed set a best in the Long Jump.
Under 11’s – Elliot Reed who is going from strength to strength each week set a personal best in both the 800 metres and Long Jump. Elliot English had a good night setting a big personal best in the 800 metres following it up with a best in the 200 metres. Lucas Ward and Freddie Saunders both set best times in the 100 metres. Leya Shebani had a good evening setting a best in the Long Jump and getting close to her best in the 100 metres. Heather Berry ran really well in the 800 metres to set a best and go 2nd on the Team Russell rankings.
Under 13’s – Kimece Spencer had a great night setting big personal best in the 100 metres and 200 metres. Kimece’s 200 metre time ranks her in 6th place for the Year in the Yorkshire rankings and goes number 2 of the Team Russell rankings in both the 100 and 200. Brother Kamara ran really well and set a personal best in the 100 metres. Harriet Holmes jumped really well in the Long Jump to set a personal best.
Under 15’s – Polly Platts had a great race basically running a time trial by herself – pushing on with 300 metres to go Polly finished really strong and went under 2.30 for the first time. Much more to come in a race. Izzy Kitson who hasn’t competed for a while had a great night setting personal best in the 100 metres and Long Jump.
Under 17’s – Lily Calvert had a great run in the 100 metres setting a big electronic timing personal best.
Well done to Teoni Ojibah, Victoria West and Neve Connelly who came close to their personal best.