Cardiff Met GP2: New Year Open and Welsh Masters Indoor Champs

14th January 2018 at National Indoor Athletic Centre


Congratulations to Kyle Arnold who won the Senior Mens Hurdles in a time of 8.6 in a close fought contest :)


Alison Singleton put in a pb performance of 8.01 to make the B final in the 60m .


Tom Evans had a busy day qualifying for the b final and was just oustide his pb on the day with 7.18. He also put in a storming performance in his 200m 22.76s.


Next up was Tomos Davey smashing his 400 pb 53.31, Nice one Tomos! Jai Tandon put in a great performance with a new pb 25.08, well done Jai :)


Next up was some Masters action...


Congratulations to Stuart Pearce who smashed his indoor 200 pb to win gold in the M40 category.


Keith Powell in the M55 category picked up bronze which was a great result as Keith has been struggling with injury. Even better for Keith was a silver in the Long jump - 4.40m As it that wasn't enough Keith took part in the pole vault with a seasons best 2.7m and gold. Didn't he do well!


The awesome Glyn Sutton who continues to inspire all us masters won the M70 category with an amazing 27.82 . Glynn was awarded the John Howe award. John Howe was an amazing masters athlete and passed away suddenly just before the New Year.


A massive well done to Louise Kirby in her first Welsh Indoors Masters Championships she took silver in the Long jump in the W50 Category and bronze in the 200m a promising masters career beckons!


Juliet Sidney AKA pocket rocket made her first competitive outing in the W45 category winning the 200m.



Full results - power of 10


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