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WEEKEND ROUND-UP

Danny TalbotDanny Talbot ran the fastest 200 metres in the world to date this year in Clermont, FL, USA on Saturday, 15 April 2017. His time of 19.86, however, was wind assisted otherwise it would have been a new Club record. Other results from the weekend are as follows:

Pure Athletics Spring Invitational, Clermont, FL, USA on Saturday, 15 April 2017

Apart from Danny, in 200 metres Shad-Marc Aaron also ran a wind assisted 21.83 which was a personal best. In 100 metres Shard-Marc Aaron ran 10.80 which was also a personal best but again wind assisted. In the women 100 metres, Diani Walker U23 ran a wind assisted seasons best time of 11.93. Katie Stainton also ran a personal best in 100 metres Hurdles in 13.92 which was also wind assisted and threw a season’s best in the javelin 36.75. In the Women Triple Jump, Laura Samuel jumped 13.51w but a legal 13.36. In 400 metres senior men, Sadam Koumi ran 46.00 and in the high jump Mike Edwards cleared 2.20.

Mets Outdoor Track & Field Championship, New Brunswick, NJ, USA on Friday and Saturday, 14 and 15 April 2017

Adam Walker-Khan jumped  15.24 in Senior Men Triple Jump.

Bryan Clay Invitational, Azusa, CA, USA on Thursday and Friday, 13 and 14 April 2017

In 1500 metres U23 men Alex George ran a personal best of 3:42.34. In Womens Triple Jump, Shara Proctor jumped  13.82 which was just short of her personal best.

California Invitational, Azusa, CA, USA on Wednesday and Thursday 12 and 13 April 2017

Ben Gregory competed in the senior men heptathlon and achieved 7669 points with several season bests.

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