Yet again, another raft of excellent performances for the Sprint Team.
So we had 12 1st place performances and one new club record from the U15 boys 4x100m team. (I had already left so I don’t know who ran – you’ll need to let me know so I can get the records updated).
There were also 13 PB performances.
100m 13.3 Joshua Davies
100m 13.8 Katie George
100m 14.0 Kitty Smithson
200m 26.4 Keith Cullen Bachiller
200m 24.1 Callum MacTaggart
200m 25.6 Alex James
200m 24.5 Jonathan Batchelor
200m 26.9 Dan Pereira
200m 27.8 Ellica Fillingham
200m 28.6 Kitty Smithson
300m 41.0 Josh Hole
300m 43.8 Alice Smith
300m 45.9 Megan Siddle
80H 12.9 Dan Pereira
City of Salisbury Sprint Performance
Saturday was a great day in terms of sprint performance for the Sprint Team once the rain eventually stopped. There were some excellent performances and some outstanding pb’s considering the rain and the wind.
It is difficult to pull out highlights because there were so many, so I can only comment on the two championship records. Austen Lane won double gold against old rival Will Kennedy in the 100m and 200m with the 100m breaking the championship record. The finishes were very tight, none more so than the 100m which were separated by only 1/100th second. Thank heavens for photo-finish.
Jacob Ness broke his own championship record in the 400m with a 48.73, knocking ½ second off last years mark. This was his first proper race after struggling with a niggling hamstring since the start of the year so it was a relief for all of us for him to put in a decent performance.
Summary is 9 Golds, 9 silver, 7 bronze and 11 personal best performances and two Championship Records.
See the full list below:
Austen Lane 100m (CR), 200m
Alice Smith 200m, 300m
Callum MacTaggart 400m
Jacob Ness 400m (CR)
Lizzie Clifford 400mH
Siddle/Fordham/Price/Smith U17W 4x100m
Babatunde/Alexanderson/MacTaggart/Pryde Sm 4x100m
Trevor Alexanderson 100m
Bea Fordham 100m, 200m
Jacob Collins 200m
Ailsa Rauh 75mH
Dan Pereira 80mH
Hamish Mundell 110mH, 400mH
Batchelor/Collins/Goldsmith/Pereira U15B 4x100m
Jacob Collins 100m
Tsungai Chadhliwa 200m
Jon Batchelor 200m, 300m
Katie George 200m
Trevor Alexanderson 200m
Meg Siddle 300m
Personal Best performances:
Tsungai Chadhliwa 14.28 100m
Katie George 28.99 200m
Kitty Smithson 29.18 200m
Megan Price 28.68 200m; 46.51 300m
Jacob Collins 24.8 200m
Keith Cullen Bachiller 26.53 200m
Alice Smith 43.53 300m
Jon Batchelor 38.65 300m
Ailsa Rauh 13.21 75mH
Dan Pereira 13.40 80mH
Sprint Team track and field results and performances from the weekend (Sprints only and no non-sprinters, although I’ve included Tom’s 800 as it was a sprint for him and he trains with us.)
Overall there were 16 personal best performances and 4 Club Records. There were 3 x 1st places, 8 x 2nd places and 1 x 3rd places.
PBs as follows:
Austen 11.0 CR
Austen 22.1 CR
Abz, Trevor, Austen, Andrew 44.2 CR
Charlie, Gio, Trevor, Rich 3’29.4 CR
Wiltshire County Athletics Championships is less than there weeks away.
The county championships are the pinnacle for many athletes and it acts as a club championships for us in the absence of our own. We have an outstanding record at the Counties as a club.
Many of you haven’t entered yet, and if you aren’t entered shortly, your names won’t be entered on the photo finish system, on the tee shirts or in the program. Also entering on the day is more expensive.
Get on with it! Here’s the link to help you along.
Sprint Training Session
Continuing with the Complex Training Sessions
Bounds #coachseye http://www.coachseye.com/v/sWFT
This is what I mean when what happens in drills occurs in runs.
Rear leg should be flat coming through as shown by Andrew not vertical like Sophie and Bea.
Thigh should drive through like Lizzie’s not low like Jons but plant beneath the hip by driving downward like Jakes not forward of the hip.
Liz is rotating across the shoulders caused by the hips not being tilted high enough.
Sprint Training Session for those who want to do it on Sunday