Man­ski sprint breaks record

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

ANOTHER week of com­pe­ti­tion, another new cen­tre record.

This time it was un­der-16 Si­mone Man­ski who added yet another track record to her name when she crossed the fin­ish line in un­der 13 seconds for the 100m sprint at Isis Lit­tle Ath­let­ics Club last week.

Man­ski’s time of 12.9secs beat the 2010/11 record held by Katy Cole by 0.2secs.

A to­tal of 68 per­sonal bests were recorded for the night, with 36 be­ing recorded on the track.

U14 Tyler Macdon­ald and U15 Matthew Haaksma tied the week’s per­sonal bests tally at four apiece from five events, while three PBs were achieved by U6 Phynn Boase, U8 Leti­cia Trapp and Devyn Macdon­ald, U10 Jack­son Re­hbein, U11 Alana Beens and U12’s Cooper Burns and Bradley Emms.

Tiny Tots Piper Bartlett, Sophie Cikursch, Jessica Holthouse, Ni­cholas Haggett, Vin­nie Vella, Shan­tara McAu­ley, Cay­den Mug­geridge, Charli Mur­ton, Fisher Plant and Ja­son So­pron­ick con­tinue to re­fine their throw­ing, jumping and run­ning skills through a va­ri­ety of age-based events.

Ath­lete of the Week went to Jack­son Re­hbein for his con­tri­bu­tion to the club.

“Jack­son is al­ways on hand for set up and pack up at club nights and train­ing ses­sions,” coach Wills said.

“He is also an ex­cel­lent role model for other young peo­ple, with an out­stand­ing at­ti­tude to­wards his de­vel­op­ment as an ath­lete.”

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