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News05 Jul 2016


British team for Bydgoszcz announced

Yasemin Can of Turkey celebrates winning women's 10,000m at the European Championships

British Athletics has announced its squad of 40 athletes for the IAAF World U20 Championships Bydgoszcz 2016.

The team is led by European junior pole vault champion Adam Hague, who was also a finalist at the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon 2014 and the IAAF World Youth Championships Donetsk 2013.

Hague, 18, is the national junior record-holder with 5.60m.

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British team for Bydgoszcz

MEN
100m: Oliver Bromby, Rechmial Miller
200m: Ryan Gorman, Cameron Tindle
400m: Cameron Chalmers
800m: Daniel Rowden, Spencer Thomas
1500m: Archie Davis, Josh Kerr
5000m: Alex Yee
110m hurdles: Matthew Treston, James Weaver
10,000m race walk: Cameron Corbishley, Callum Wilkinson
High jump: Rory Dwyer, Tom Gale
Long jump: Alex Farquharson, Patrick Sylla
Pole vault: Adam Hague, Charlie Myers
Discus: George Armstrong, George Evans
Javelin: Harry Hughes, James Whiteaker
4x100m relay: Oliver Bromby, Ryan Gorman, Gerald Matthew, Rechmial Miller, Zanson Plummer, Cameron Tindle

WOMEN
100m: Hannah Brier, Imani Lansiquot
200m: Finette Agyapong, Charlotte McLennaghan
400m: Lily Beckford, Hannah Williams
1500m: Bobby Clay, Harriet Knowles-Jones
100m hurdles: Alicia Barrett, Mollie Courtney
400m hurdles: Chelsea Walker
3000m steeplechase: Aimee Pratt
4x100m relay: Finette Agyapong, Hannah Brier, Imani Lansiquot, Megan Marrs, Charlotte McLennaghan, Sophie Yorke