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Stott and Tele the pick of the bunch

PUBLISHED: 11:42 12 February 2009 | UPDATED: 12:12 11 August 2010

THERE were some fine results by Havering Mayesbrook athletes on the busiest weekend of the indoor season so far. Luke Stott impressed at the Birmingham Games, running a 200m PB of 22.10 seconds in his semi-final, but missing out on a final place. Also in

THERE were some fine results by Havering Mayesbrook athletes on the busiest weekend of the indoor season so far.

Luke Stott impressed at the Birmingham Games, running a 200m PB of 22.10 seconds in his semi-final, but missing out on a final place. Also in Birmingham, Jimi Tele equalled his 60m PB of 7.45 and set a new indoor triple jump best of 13.19m.

There were good results and four medals at the inaugural London Indoor Games at Lee Valley recently. Bethan Siddons showed she is on the way back from injury and illness to win under-20 high jump gold with 1.60m.

Joe Ramie had to settle for under-20 long jump silver, losing out on count back with a useful 6.68m leap.

The hurdles squad each recorded either personal or season's bests, bringing home two medals.

Jack Edgar-Hill won silver in the under-17 Men's 60m hurdles, running 8.70 to place second in both rounds to improve his season's best.

Nicola Hill celebrated her 18th birthday with bronze in the under-20 women's equivalent. She improved her career best to 9.26 in her heat and went even faster in the final, stopping the clock at 9.22.

In the same event Angela James was fifth in her first attempt at the under-20 hurdles, timed at 9.91 in the first round and improving to 9.66 in the final.

Under-17 Holly Thomas continues to improve, reducing her time to 9.34 in her first round and running even faster an hour later as she ran 9.27 for fifth overall.


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