Personal bests for Gold Tops

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A number of young athletes created personal best performances at the third of this season’s Boston and District AC Junior Track and Field Matches at the B-Hive on Saturday.

In the under 11s section, Hallam Bedford won the 300m in 62.5 secs, together with both the 80m sprint (14.4 secs) and the 70m hurdles (16.7 secs).

Rodrigo Queuedo won the under 11s long jump, leaping 2.68m, the triple jump with a distance of 6.43m and high jump going over 93cm.

Alice Parsons won the shot with a putt measuring 5.87m.

In the under nines age group, Hadleigh Bedford won the long jump with a clearance of 2.51m.

He also won the triple jump with a leap measuring 5.65m and the high jump, going over 80cm.

On the track, Hadleigh finished first in the 80m sprint, recording 15.3 secs, and also claimed third positions in the 70m hurdles (18.3secs) and 300m (74.6 secs).

James Burrell won the shot with 4.40m and the 300m, recording 65.6 secs.

He also secured second place in the 80m (15.5 secs), high jump (75cm) and long jump (2.46m) and was third in the triple jump with a leap of 5.24m.

Daniel Prince won a close 70m hurdles race, recording 17.7 secs, and finished second in both the 300m, clocking 68.9 secs, and the shot, with a distance of 4.40m.

He also came third in the 80m (16.0 secs) and high jump, clearing 70cm.

Rosie Owen’s highest position was in the 70m hurdles, where she recorded 17.8 secs for second place.

She added a third in long jump, with a leap of 1.96m.

At under nines level, Georgia Ward achieved personal best performances in the 70m hurdles (20.7 secs), triple jump (3.50m) and 300m (83.3 secs).