ATHLETICS: Wisbech Grammar School students take on Cambridgeshire AA Championships

Thirty Wisbech Grammar School students took on the Cambridgeshire AA Championships in Peterborough on Saturday (May 12). PHOTO: Submitted

Thirty Wisbech Grammar School students took on the Cambridgeshire AA Championships in Peterborough on Saturday (May 12). PHOTO: Submitted

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Thirty Wisbech students headed to the Embankment Stadium in Peterborough to take on the Cambridgeshire AA Championships on Saturday (May 12).

Several Wisbech Grammar School athletes won podium places as well as setting personal best times and breaking school records in all age groups.

A spokesman for the school said: “We would like to congratulate all the pupils who took part in the competition.”

The full results are as followed:

GOLD

• Alfie Hoyles from Sutton Bridge (U13s Shot – 8.92m)

• Freddie Allen from March (U13s High Jump – 1.40m)

• Lewis Wing from Wisbech (U13s Long Jump – 4.44m)

• Emily Thomas from March (U15s Shot – 8.99m)

• Ethan Jones from March (U15s 100m – 12.44s)

SILVER

• Freddie Allen (U13s Long Jump – 4.41m)

• Harrison Smith from Friday Bridge (U13s Hurdles – 15.58s)

• Oliver Coles from Walton Highway (U15s 300m – 41.15s)

• Harvey King from Long Sutton (U15s Shot – 10.36m)

• Aimee Newman from Hunstanton (U17s Discus – 17.17m)

BRONZE

• Lewis Wing (U13s 100m – 13.50s)

• Lucy Prior from West Walton (U15s Triple Jump – 8.77m)

• Hannah Smith from Friday Bridge (U15s Discus – 17m)

• George Dady from Wisbech (U17s Shot – 10.69m)

SCHOOL RECORD BREAKERS

• 1st Form 800m - Holly Lawrence from Elm, 2m46s

• 1st Form 1500m – Oliver Taylor from Spalding, 5.35m

• 1st Form Shot – Alfie Hoyles, 8.92m

• 3rd Form 300m – Oliver Coles, 41.15s

• 3rd Form 800m – Lewis Shipley from Wisbech St Mary, 2m13s


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