Since then she has also taken part in the London Youth Games Aquathlon which she won, again the fastest run split (11.08 for 3k after the swim).
She now has to move up to racing as an elite junior where the distances are longer, 750m open water swim, 20km bike and 5 km run so has had to increase her training accordingly.
She has also been invited to take part in a week long training camp with the National talent Squad in Loughorough in August.
All of this means that WGEL hasn’t really seen much of her this season the track but she should be back in action for cross country as the triathlon competition season will then have finished.
In the men under 17 class there were many notable performances, with grade 1 performances from Yousef Zatat in the discus with 42.64m, Tom Richards in the javelin with 51.60m into a stiff headwind and Peter Kirabo 2nd in the triple jump with 13.39m. Yousef also won the B javelin with 41.59m and Peter also achieved a grade 2 performance in winning the U17 high jump with 1.80m.
There was a fine, unexpected win from Ben Phillips in the 400m hurdles in 59.06 sec.