Bracknell Open

Ben East stole all the highlights at the Bracknell open Meet at the weekend.
Competing in his first under 17 age group for team kennet Ben threw a massive 67.57m in the javelin to break his coaches club record and straight in to UK all comers top 15 with a convincing win.
Ben was many medal winners for the club.
Phoebe Hoaen couldn’t match last week’s distance in the u17 javelin but struck gold with a 39.45 throw.
Oliver Ford also took a gold with a great shot of 10.04 in the u15 boys he also threw javelin 30.35m and club mate kian hockaday went better throwing 33.49.
In same age group Oliver Humphrey clocked 15.83 in 80m hurdles.
Harry Booker in the u17s struck two bronze medals in the shot 11.02 and high jump 1.55 and Oliver bazin earned himself a bronze in the long jumpb5.59 and ran a 24.99 in the 200m
In the under 13 girls Kirsten Fraser also hit a bronze with a brilliant 600m run in 1.47.49 clocking 14.29 in the 70m hurdles and 3.68 in long jump.
Zoe Allen also struck bronze in the javelin 15.10 and 75m sprint 10.71 and just missed out in the 150m 21.77. Lyla goodwin clocked 11.9 in the 75m
The under 13 Boys Will Harris clocked a fast 75m sprint to earn himself a silver 13.48 in the 75m hurdles and clocked a fast 100m 14.26 and kept 3.53 in the long jump.
Ivan Chekmazov kept 3.81 in the long jump 14.53 in the 100m and 1.52.3 in the 600m
William Appleby cleared 1.10 in the high jump for a silver medal and threw 10.41 in the javelin and kept 3.46 in long jump