Saturday 14th June. Sussex Schools Athletics. One chance. No mistakes.
Worthing College boys and girls showed their dominance in track and field at K2 Crawley over the weekend. With a strong last minute team, Worthing College athletes showed what they were made of. Charlie Baldwin ran an excellent 800m in a time of 1.58.2 putting him 2nd. Harley Colwell returned to the hurdles coming 3rd in a time of 19 dead. Caroline Hodgson dashed over the 100m earning herself 3rd place with Maddy Burnage showing her 200m speed in a time of 28.6 seconds finishing 2nd. Leah Harris dominated in the 1500m coming 1st in a time of 4.53.5.
Success also came in the form of jumping and throwing from both the girls and boys. Aidan Coree launched himself into 1st place in the high jump and long Jump with a height of 1.80 and distance of 6.34m, Sam Marsden equalled the height and came a well-deserved 2nd. Ellis Lockwood completed the podium with a third place finish in the long jump with a distance of 6.02m. Sam had his chance to shine in the javelin and seized the opportunity throwing a massive win of 48.34m. Woody Cox showed his form coming a well-earned second in the hammer with a distance of 46.11m. Ella jumped a very respectable 4.15 in a tough final coming 5th. Jemma threw herself to 2nd place in the shot and discuss with Caroline showing her versatility in the javelin launching 28.84m finishing in 2nd. Collectively Worthing College put in a great performance and good luck to those who get selected for the next round.