ATHLETICS - Bromsgrove and Redditch AC's Masters' athletes bring home 21 medals from Midlands Track and Field Championships - The Bromsgrove Standard
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16th Aug, 2022

ATHLETICS - Bromsgrove and Redditch AC's Masters' athletes bring home 21 medals from Midlands Track and Field Championships

BROMSGROVE and Redditch Athletic Club’s (BRAC) Masters’ athletes brought home 21 medals from the Midlands Track and Field Championships held at The Pingles Stadium in Nuneaton.

On the track, David Mould won gold in the 100m with a season’s best run of 11.62 seconds before winning his second gold in the 400m in a time of 50.99 secs.

Calvin Scoltock also won double gold with a season’s best 2 mins 19.28 secs run in the 800m before achieving another season’s best to take victory in the 1500m in 4 mins 58.33 secs.

And Peter Mould won gold with a 13.68 secs run in the 100m before taking silver in the 200m in 28.52 secs.

BRAC secured another gold medal courtesy of Faye Stanyard in the 1500m as she came home first in a time of 5 mins 3.2 secs whilst Caroline Warrington won gold over the same distance in 5 mins 26.54 secs.

The medals continued to flow for BRAC with Russell Hingley’s silver in the 100m in 12.35 secs with Liz Vaughan also taking silver in the 1500m in a season’s best time of 5 mins 30.15 secs.

In the field, Julie Wakelam won gold in the long jump with a leap of 3.40m before winning her second gold in the triple jump with a 6.91m effort

And Wakelam also won silver in both the hammer throw with 30.30m and javelin with 19.68m to take her individual medal haul to four.

BRAC’s dominance in the field continued with Sam Cater’s gold in the hammer with a season’s best 33.56m and he repeated the trick in the javelin with a season’s best effort of 37.76m before throwing 29.02 in the discus to win a third gold medal.

And Cater also picked up silver in the shot put with a 10.13m throw before Vito Ricci won triple-silver starting with a new personal best in the hammer with a 31.82m effort.

He then threw 9.23m in the shot put before throwing 26.38m in the discus to claim his third silver of the Championships.

Deborah Ricci just missed out on a medal after placing fourth in the long jump with a leap of 2.92m having finished eighth in the 100m in 16.39 secs.

Overall, BRAC won 12 gold medals and nine silver medals to leave the Championships with a highly impressive 21-medal haul.

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