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  • Occasional Hope
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    I'd hate it to disappear though.

  • RunUnlimited
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    Occasional Hope To be honest, the Po10 site has long been in need of a complete overhaul and modernisation. That it *still* has an U17 age category, rather than the standard U18 as part of the main site shows that it's not really fit for purpose any more.

  • Occasional Hope
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    And 46.35 for u23 Ethan Brown as well, just 0.01 outside his pb.

  • Occasional Hope
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    I was confused by Po10 bc that uses u17 instead of u18.

  • RunUnlimited
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    trickstat Just saw those results now. That's Bruney's best run over 400m, indoors or out, since 2018. And all of her indoor 400m times were under 54 seconds too.

  • trickstat
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    I've found some indoor 400s from Maya Bruney from this year. The fastest was 53.17 which would have meant her just missing the GB relay squad.

  • drobbie
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    heres an updated result 10.07 (-1.3)

  • LoveSprints1
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    Occasional Hope Nia was 17 in January. She is still a u18 as well as a u20 and she can double at Euro U18s and World U20s.

  • Occasional Hope
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    Who's coaching him now? It still says Mike Holloway on Po10 and that only lasted about 5 minutes.

  • Occasional Hope
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    Hope so, he has a lot to prove after his overindulgence in cakes over lockdown.

  • MysteryBrick
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    That would be *unbelievably* surprising! I would suspect it is more about running a very good 200m this year.

  • Occasional Hope
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    I wonder if Reece has the 400 at the back of his mind.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    NIa's listed as an u20 on Po10 - her 18th birthday is probably this year.

  • Occasional Hope
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    Apparently her sister Michella made the same move a few years ago.

  • RunUnlimited
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    Well that's unfortunate. I was looking forward to actually seeing her potentially compete for GB at this year's World U20s, or at least in the Bedford U20/U23 trials up against the likes of Joy Eze, Nia Wedderburn-Goodison, Eve Wright and Aleeya Sibbons. But I guess that's not going to happen now.

    Italy did poach another of our very talented young sprinters in Maya Bruney a couple of years back, but as far as I can tell, she hasn't really done much of anything of note since making the switch.

    I wish Obijiaku all the best in her new endeavours abroad regardless.
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