Athletics: Havering’s Blanc medals on England indoor debut
PUBLISHED: 13:00 05 December 2019
Havering multi-eventer Jacob Blanc won individual silver to help England to team gold at the Home Countries Schools’ Indoor International in Glasgow on Saturday.
Blanc opened with a big hurdles best of 8.41secs and second longest ever long jump of 6.01m.
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A 200m run of 24.30 was also close to his best and a shot puut of 10.99m saw him line up for the 800m in the silver medal position.
A time of 2.13.41 was his second best ever and left Blanc with 3,229 points as England teammate Jake Minshull took gold and Conrad Winter's 13th place score of 2,289 - after a fall in the hurdles - was enough for team gold as Blanc now steps up to under-17 level.
Paris King began her season in superb form as she broke the club's under-15 girls' indoor 60m hurdles record at the Lee Valley Open on Sunday.
King took two-tenths off her best to clock 9.34, then ran a 9.25 in round two.
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