Press Report: Four in Champs on TV

EMMA HOWE will be one of four West Cheshire Athletic Club members in action at this week’s British Track and Field Athletics Championships.

Howe will compete in the women’s javelin competition being held on Saturday at 11.12am, having achieved a season’s best throw of 43.37m to finish second in the Birchfield 4 Clubs Inter Club fixture at Nuneaton last week.

Howe will be joined by West Cheshire AC team mates George Hyde, Laura Turley and Joseph Morrison at the two day championships being televised live on the BBC on Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5.

JOSH FORD was one of many West Cheshire AC members to register a new personal best at Saturday’s Trafford Open Meeting.

Ford posted a new under 20 men’s 100m best of 11.23 seconds and added a time of 22.89 seconds in his 200m.

Macy Brett clocked a new under 13 girls 150m best of 22.09 seconds, while Lewis Parsons (12.06 and 24.66) and Robert Austin (12.62 and 26.07) both celebrated 100m and 200m bests.

Luke Parker rounded the under 15 boys 300m in a new best of 44.56 seconds, while Charlotte Austin claimed new under 13 girls 75m (12.17), and long jump (3.25m) personal bests.

Luke Haslam hit 7.95m in the under 15 boys shot put and 29.12m in the javelin for new bests, while Sara Pearson celebrated new bests in the under 15 girls shot (10.17m) and javelin (17.76m).

Sophie Haslam posted 11.36 in the under 13 girls 75m, and 3.92m in the long jump, and Ruby Wisbey clocked 12.19 in the under 15 girls 75m Hurdles, and achieved 4.66m in the long jump.

A NEW Covid-19 secure Farndon 10k Road Race on Sunday, September 27, will have a waived start and runners will be set off in a group based on their predicted finishing time. Race numbers and chips will be posted and race instructions will be emailed approximately seven days before race day. The entry link is here.

Posted by Dave Alexander
1st September 2020
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