Last weekend I competed in Birmingham for the first YDL competition, it was my first outdoor competition as an U20W. I competed in 100m hurdles, 100m and 200m.
The outdoor athletics season has just started so I am very excited to compete in a couple of weeks. This will be my first outdoor season of U20 women so I am eager to see how I get on as my training has been going really well recently.
Thank you Go Gold so much for the continued support! It is really appreciated and I am really looking forward to the athletics season.
Today I competed in Loughborough in 60m U20W hurdles, I was pleased with my race as I have just moved up an age group and my times so far have been consistent. I ran 8.04secs in my 60m sprint, which I am pleased with as it is my first race of 2019. I am excited for my next competitions and hope to continue improving.
I have started my winter training and am working hard to try and improve my speed and strength. I have started hill training and am doing longer endurance training at the track, all in order to improve my performances and achieve PBS.
I'm going to continue working hard throughout my winter training so that I can perform to the best of my ability during the indoor season.
My season has now come to an end and I am getting ready to start my winter training. My season has had its ups and downs, my highlights were winning gold at the indoor nationals and a bronze medal at the outdoor nationals. However, I was very disappointed with my performance at English schools and can only hope to perform better next year through hard work and persistence.
I would once again like to thank Go Gold for supporting me throughout my training and competitions, I am extremely grateful.
Yesterday I competed in Bedford for the U17 England Championships in 80m hurdles. After a disappointing performance at the English Schools Championships I am pleased to have placed third in my last competition of the season. I would like to thank Go Gold for supporting me once again throughout my season.
Today I competed in Nuneaton for the Midland Championships. I am happy to have become midland champion in U17 80m hurdles and to have come third in U17 100m. Although my times weren't outstanding I am pleased with my performance after a disappointing race at English Schools.
I am gutted to have not made it to the final at the English Schools Championship this year, however I have learnt from this experience and am ready to work harder to try and improve my outcome at the England Championships later this season.
Today I competed in Bedford for the European Youth Trials in U18 100m hurdles. I came fourth with a time of 13.87secs which was only 0.07secs off the qualifying time. I was a bit disappointed but am ready to work hard for my next big competition.
I competed at the Harvey Hadden stadium today for the YDL. I was pleased with my performance in the U17 80m hurdles as the times I am running are consistent and I was pleased with my 200m performance, especially considering I competed yesterday as well.
Yesterday I competed at Loughborough in U18 100m hurdles, trialing for the European Athletics Youth Championships in July. I ran a pb of 13.84secs. I am looking forward to my next trial and am working hard trying to qualify.
Today I competed at Birchfield Alexander Stadium for the first YDL competition of the season. I won the U17W 300mH, came third in the U17W 100m and won the U17W 80mH with a time of 11.33secs. I am very pleased and excited for my next competition.
Thank you Go Gold for such a wonderful evening. I truly appreciate your continued support and am extremely grateful for being chosen for the Chairman's Award 2018, it was unexpected and means a great deal.
Yesterday I competed at Alexander Stadium for U20W in 60m hurdles, 100m hurdles, 60m and 100m. I was pleased with my results as it was the first time that I have competed for U20W. I ran 8.91secs in 60m hurdles and 15.02 secs in 100m hurdles.
I would firstly like to thank Go Gold for once again supporting me through my athletics, it is very much appreciated.
On 25th February I competed in Sheffield for the England Indoor Championships. I raced in U17 60m hurdles and ran a new PB of 8.54secs, causing me to come first and gain the title of England Champion. I am extremely happy with this result and it makes me want to work harder for the coming outdoor season.
Today I had my first winter training hill session. My training group trains in Western Park on Saturday mornings throughout the first part of winter training, this is to build up our strength and endurance. I hope to improve my stamina and strength, enabling me to push harder whilst running a hurdles race. I am hoping that after winter training I will be stronger and fitter, ready for the season ahead.
Today I competed in my last competition for the season. I ran my first 400m and was pleased with my time.
I am really pleased with how my season has gone this year, coming second at English Schools, meaning I was through to represent England, and also coming second at my first ever international competition. I was quite disappointed with my performance at the England Championships as I came seventh and was hoping to do better, however I can't complain overall as I achieved what I had worked hard to.
On Saturday 15th July I competed in Dublin at my first international competition representing England. I was so overwhelmed to come 2nd as I was already just happy to get selected to represent my country. I will never forget this experience and I would like to thank GO GOLD for all the funding and support they have given me.
On Friday 7th July I competed at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham for Leicestershire and Rutland in the English Schools Athletics competition. I came second in my heat for inter girls 80m hurdles and ran a pb of 11.51secs. I was very pleased with this as I am at the bottom end of my age group and I had qualified for the final. On Saturday 8th July I came second in the final with a new pb of 11.15secs, which then meant that I had been selected to represent England in the SIAB schools' international competition next weekend in Dublin.
Yesterday I competed at Saffron Lane in Leicester for Leicestershire and Rutland County Schools. I came first in 80m hurdles and 300m hurdles for intermediate girls. Unfortunately there was a strong headwind and I did not run any PBs. I am looking forward to my next competition.
Yesterday and today I competed at Nuneaton. I came first in all my events, 80m hurdles, 200m, 300m hurdles and 100m. I ran 25.67 in 200m, 46.8 in 300m hurdles, and 12.22 in 100m, all three of which were PBs.
Yesterday I competed in Coventry for Charnwood. I came first in all my events, 300m hurdles, 80m hurdles, 200m and U20 women 4x100m relay, and I was very pleased with my times as there was a very strong headwind throughout the day.
On Sunday I competed at the Birchfield Open meet.
I did not do as well as I had hoped, although I won the U17 girls 80m hurdles race and gained my first medal of the season.
I am hoping to do better this weekend when I compete in Coventry.
Today was my first outdoor competition as an U17. I ran a PB in all three of my events. I ran 11.6secs in 80m hurdles, I am really pleased with this time as it is only my second race of doing this distance. I ran 12.54secs in 100m and 26.47secs in 200m. I am looking forward to competing again next weekend in Nottingham.
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