Brilliant Bronze for Amber in the Bahamas, 21st July 2017
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:22

Superb running from Brighton & Hove’s Amber Anning won her a bronze medal in the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.

Representing England Anning fought her way into the final with a composed second place in her 400m heat in 54.42s and she lined up as one of the youngest of the competitors.

Drawn in lane two Anning ran a superb race against two talented Australians and actually entered the home straight alongside Bendere Obaya who powered to the finish overhauling fellow Aussie Ella Connolly, who was well clear as they entered the finishing straight to win in 52.69s to Connolly’s 52.72s.

Sixteen-year-old Anning was well clear of the rest of the field to finish third in 53.68s a new Sussex senior record and the fastest run by British 16 year girl over 400m for 33 years.

Two days later Anning took the second leg in the mixed 4 x 400m relay team that achieved a silver medal behind Australia.

 
BRONZE FOR BECKY AT OXFORD
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:20

Becky Owen struck bronze in the South of England Combined events championships at Oxford in July.

Competing in the senior Heptathlon the Brighton & Hove all-rounder was just one of two club athletes in action but Katie Garland had to withdraw through injury and it was Owen who snatched third place with a total of 4317 points.

 
YDL Victory
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:28

It was victory once more for Brighton & Hove, in the Youth Development League match.

Competing in the Lower (U15-U13 age groups) in Division One East at Lewes Brighton & Hove had a much closer battle with Medway before running out winners with 558 points to 549.5.

 
Bruising BAL
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:31

It was a tough time for Brighton & Hove teams in the British Athletics League matches at Bedford on Saturday when all five matches were held on the same day and at the same venue.

Brighton & Hove, in Division 4, fielded only a skeleton team and finished last and now sit at the bottom of the League table with Reading with one match to go.

They did however notch up a couple of winners with Harry Baker (Horsham) again soaring over 2.00m to win the high jump with Harry Reinecker-Found winning the “B” event by clearing 1.92m

 
U15 league records tumble to B&H athletes, 12th July
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:35

In almost perfect conditions at Lewes newly crowned English Schools Junior javelin champion Lizzie Korczak broke the League record again having broken it in June and then lost it a couple of days later to Horsham’s Peanut Meekings.

Although the atmosphere at Lewes was a little different to the Schools meeting at Birmingham Korczak was still up for some fine throwing and she ended up setting a new League record of 37.38m.

The next record came towards the end of the meeting when Lois Dooley, who had also been in action at Birmingham at the weekend, only had club mate Rebecca Losh for opposition set off on her own and had a remarkable run to clock 4:47.8s to remove nearly three seconds from Almi Nerurkar’s (Phoenix) three year old mark.

In the team event Brighton & Hove were comfortable winners with 206 points to Lewes who scored 164 points, Eastbourne who totalled 127 and Brighton Phoenix with 40 points.

 
Quadkids Under 11 Championships, 9th July
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 10:40

In both the boys and girls competitions strong performances in the throws were the game changers. For the boys Louis Opoku launched the Vortex Neuf out to 41.20 metres. This was an outstanding distance and Louis's sound performances in the 75m sprint, standing long jump and 600 metres secured the young athlete the top spot on the podium with 252 points. Alongside were his Brighton clubmates Charlie Benson in silver medal position - just one point behind and Isaac Orchard who scored 245 for bronze.

Brighton also achieved the top two spots in the girls competition. Dulcie Yelling’s Neuf throw of 37.10m was in a class apart and this too propelled her to victory with 237 points ahead of teammate Eloise White who had the second longest throw of 33 metres and scored 226 points. Horsham’s Madeleine Way was the bronze medallist with 223 points, which included an excellent standing long jump of 2.09m.

Dulcie’s result was just one point below the six-year-old Championship Best Performance held by her club-mate Amber Anning.

 
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