Athletics
Golden girl Green earns silver medal

01/03 Updated: 01/03 15:44

FOLLOWING on from her Gold medal winning performance in the Midlands Championships under 20 long jump, Imogen Green, headed back to the NIA for the English Indoor Championships.

Three solid jumps enabled the Warwickshire College student and Birchfield Harrier to progress into the final.

With an excellent under pressure performance, she smashed her personal best by 22 cms to clear 5 metres 69 cm.

This resulted in a much deserved second place on the podium and a well deserved silver medal, while the performance meant she moved up to 4th on the UK rankings.

Returning to the NIA on Sunday, Green performed creditably in a very strong field in the 60m hurdles.

She rose to the challenge and recorded yet another personal best of 9.09 seconds but narrowly missed out on a place in the final.

The constantly improving Green is heading south to represent Birmingham Falcons in the McCain City Challenge this weekend when she will be competing in the Tri event of shot, long jump and 60m hurdles.

Popular Stories »

1 The Two Gentlemen of Verona - RSC, Stratford on Avon

2 Ex magistrate blames mechanical fault for Stratford coffee shop crash

3 One actor and his dog at RSC in Stratford on Avon

4 Global Gathering - rain down, drugs up

5 Bulldog Bash set to return in August 2014

More sport »

Pozzi set for world stage

ANDREW POZZI admits he had not prioritised the

Dwyer delighted with golden display

STRATFORD AC athletes produced a string of superb

Town crash out of League Cup

Studley 2 Stratford Town 1 HOLDERS Town lost

High-flying Wanderers beaten

Stratford 16 Worcester Wanderers 13 A SPARKLING second

Regional sport »


Evesham Observer
Silver for Sally in top Moscow event

EVESHAM'S Sally Gilder has returned home with a junior women's ...

Redditch Standard
Alcester A team book cup final place

ALCESTER Bowling Club's crown green A team were victorious in ...

Leamington Observer
County bounce back against Somerset

AFTER the disappointment of losing the Walker Cup to Somerset, ...

Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.

Business Directory »

See your advert here »