The Vale of York Athletic Community celebrates ‘outstanding’ performance

The Vale of York Athletic Community demonstrated “extraordinary performance and outstanding talent” at the recent Athletics Championships in Yorkshire.

Team athletes Ian Martin, Will Haw and Harry Bromley showcased their talent, securing medals, setting personal bests and proving their worth among Yorkshire’s top contenders.

The event, held at Dorothy Hyman Stadium, Cudworth on Saturday (May 13) was Ian’s debut in the senior men’s triple jump where he showcased his newfound jumping ability to secure the bronze medal.

Harry competed in the U17 long jump, narrowly missing out on a medal spot but showing his potential. Sunday (May 14) proved to be a momentous day for Vale of York as its athletes competed and won multiple medals.

Harry started the day with an impressive performance in the under-17 triple jump. Building on his previous successes as a bronze medalist, he demonstrated his growth and secured the gold medal title in the Yorkshire County Championship triple jump, setting a new personal best.

Next up was Will, who competed in the under-20 3000m. He stayed focused and true to his rhythm and speed. His determination paid off in the last 400 meters where he unleashed a 100 meter sprint and secured him the silver medal.

Ian finished the event in the senior long jump. Eager to win another medal, he set a personal best of 20 centimeters and secured another well-deserved bronze medal.

A spokesman for the Vale of York Group’s coaching and development team said: “Our heartiest congratulations to all the athletes who have competed in the Yorkshire Track and Field Championships.”

“Her excellence, determination and sportsmanship embody the spirit of our community.”

“We are very proud of the achievements of all our athletes and look forward to their continued success.”

“Vale of York’s triumphant weekend is a testament to the club’s continued commitment to improving the area’s athletics facilities, as well as its dedication to developing and nurturing talent.”

The club said they would like to express their heartfelt thanks to team manager Beverley Horsfield, who acted as a volunteer official on both days of the championship.

“Their dedication and support was invaluable in ensuring the club’s presence rose above the competition and demonstrated the club’s commitment to the sport,” said a club spokesman.

The group is a grassroots athletics club dedicated to serving the local community, promoting good sporting behavior and helping all people of all ages reach their potential. With a commitment to developing the next generation of athletes, Vale of York aims to inspire and shape the future of athletics in Yorkshire. The Vale of York Athletic Community celebrates ‘outstanding’ performance

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