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  • MysteryBrick
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    She was a reserve and didn't compete.

  • RunUnlimited
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    Tried to see on the BUCS website but couldn't find any relevant page for the events during the weekend. Their twitter page was a little better, but still nothing mentioning any appearance of Niamh Emerson.

  • Occasional Hope
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    Originally posted by mattrh17 View Post
    Niamh Emerson is on the start lists for the 200m, 100mH and Shot at BUCS this weekend.
    Did she show up? Can't see any results for her.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Oops, can’t remember where I saw that now,

  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
    Beth Kidger took almost a full second off her Pb, 31.58.48, to get the Commonwealth standard.
    Hmmm ... That's not what the final results of Payton Jordan say - https://rt.trackscoreboard.com/meets...vents/64/Final

    Based on that, 31:58 looks like her split at 24 laps!

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Asha Philip opened up her season with 11.38.

    adelle Tracey 4.11 over 1500.

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by dan23 View Post
    9:32.42 steeple for Elise Thorner out in the states!
    Nice! Good to see someone else getting into the 9:30's and giving us a little depth behind Lizzie Bird & Aimee Pratt.

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by Runner88 View Post
    Scottish record of 11.39 over 100m and CWG standard for Alisha Rees!

    Think it’s a matter of time before she goes sub 23 for 200m
    Been following her progress ever since seeing her competing for GB at the 2017 European 20's (where Rees ended up finishing just outside the medals in the 200m final, behind former Brit and now Italian gold medallist, Maya Bruney), and it's great to see that time from her!

    Apparently she followed that up with an 11.34w (+2.7m/s) in the 2nd race, so altogether a great day for Rees.

    Additionally, Rees' time improves upon one of the longest standing of Scottish track records in the books - Helen Hogath (nee Golden) set the previous 100m record of 11.40 all the way back in 1974!
    Last edited by RunUnlimited; 01-05-22, 14:04.

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  • Runner88
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    Scottish record of 11.39 over 100m and CWG standard for Alisha Rees!

    Think it’s a matter of time before she goes sub 23 for 200m

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  • RunUnlimited
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    Originally posted by trickstat View Post
    Talking of combined events, the Somerset Schools champs at Yeovil allows guests and sometimes get some pretty good ones:

    In the Under 20 women's, Abigail Pawlett has scored an impressive 3526 on her first day (14.03 100H, 1.73 HJ, 12.94 SP, 24.45 200)

    In the Under 20 men's, 17 year old Sammy Ball I think is making his under 20 decathlon debut and has 3913 from his first day (11.16 100, 6.72 LJ, 14.33 SP, 1.97 HJ, 50.00 400).
    So several near-PB performances in a couple of the first day events for Pawlett ( in the shot put perhaps she would feel that she could have got closer to the 13.39m mark set in Loughborough last Saturday though), and today will be interesting to see how well she does.

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  • trickstat
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    Talking of combined events, the Somerset Schools champs at Yeovil allows guests and sometimes get some pretty good ones:

    In the Under 20 women's, Abigail Pawlett has scored an impressive 3526 on her first day (14.03 100H, 1.73 HJ, 12.94 SP, 24.45 200)

    In the Under 20 men's, 17 year old Sammy Ball I think is making his under 20 decathlon debut and has 3913 from his first day (11.16 100, 6.72 LJ, 14.33 SP, 1.97 HJ, 50.00 400).

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  • treadwater1
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    Good first day from Lewis Church in Grosetto, currently on 4002 and projecting towards 7700. PBs in the long jump and 400, close to PBs everywhere else. Skotheim leads on 4370 and he’s only 19

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  • felix51
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    Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
    https://twitter.com/ian_hodge8

    The Twitter account you're probably still using is his old one. He had an issue logging back into it last year and decided to create a new one.
    Ah I thought maybe that was the problem. Thank you :-)

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  • RunUnlimited
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    https://twitter.com/ian_hodge8

    The Twitter account you're probably still using is his old one. He had an issue logging back into it last year and decided to create a new one.

  • felix51
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    Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
    More from Ian Hodge.... Here's a name that hasn't been mentioned for awhile now.... Melissa Courtney-Bryant. The Welsh record holder over 3000m and 5000m, as well as a 1500m bronze medallist at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and over 3000m in the 2019 European Indoors, missed most of 2021 through injury, only managing 2 indoor appearances and a solitary run outdoors before being forced to end her season.
    However, in her first appearance on the track since June last year, Courtney-Bryant ran a time of 15:25.90 over 5000m, achieving the Welsh CWG qualifying standard on the first attempt!

    It's still some way off the Welsh record she set of 14:53.82 in 2019, but it's a welcome return to competitive action for the 28 year old.
    I do follow Ian Hodge on twitter, but there have been no posts since 2021. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong?

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