Saturday was a busy day for our senior track team with the last Southern Athletics League of the year, Sunday saw some of our road runners take part in a 10km, we also had some juniors taking part in the Inter-Counties on Sunday. Southern Athletics League On Saturday the Senior Track and Field Team travelled to Bromley for the final Southern Athletics League of the season. We were against First, Second and Fifth in the League, we were sitting Twelfth going into this match, knowing that we were needing to finish third on the day to have any chance of staying up. Even though we had issues with athletes getting to match on time due to accidents on the M25 causing ques and also missing key members, the Ryston’s athletes who were there stepped up and we managed to finish a comfortable third on the day, giving us a decent chance of staying up. We will know by midweek whether we managed it. There was plenty of personal bests on the day. Che Plant managed three, 400m (57.99 secs) 2km Steeplechase (7:08:09 mins) and also throwing the hammer for the first time. Also gaining three personal bests was Lorena Latisaite 400m (69.19 secs), 2km Steeplechase (8.25.71mins 2nd) and Shot Put (7.17m). It was a good day of sprinting by the younger Ryston Athletes. In the Mens 100m both Quinton Houston (12.14 secs) and Anwar Bouilouta (12.48 secs 1st B String) managed to run personal bests. In the Womens 200m Caitlin Harris- Doy ran a new personal bet of 32.64 secs. Other personal bests on the day were Kelly De-Gol in the 800m (2.37mins) and Holly Chen in the Long Jump (4.61m). There was good points scores in the following events, Mens Sprint Hurdles 2nd A string and 1st B string for Daniel Yellop and Gareth...Read more
On the roads, a handful of Ryston athletes enjoyed still and mild conditions over 5 miles and Half Marathon distances.Read more
Ryston were out in full force in their home East Anglian League match. There was plenty of wins, personal bests and impressive performances by athletes young and old.Read more
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