FORECAST SUMMARY – Southern Women’s League – Andover – 25 July
signs showed the possibility of a vortex tornado being created as a
direct result of the efforts of Liz Church (Poole AC) and Roz Hutton.
Measurements reached an outstanding 26.73m and 25.70m respectively. This
regional variation in conditions was almost immediately followed by a
slight change in rotational velocity with discus exceeding 20 knots on
release. Liz topped the table with Roz bringing in further points with a
Meanwhile on the western periphery, a sandstorm was brewing with light
gusts from the Gulf Stream facing the U15G long jumpers. However,
Wimborne’s finest battled on - Annabel Brown jumping over 4m and Alex
Vaughan-Johncey winning the B string with a PB of 3.89m.
points were accumulated in the pole vault, where Trudi continued her
nephological studies from an altitude of 3m. Zoe Taylor reaching an
altitude of 1.25m in the high jump and Alex Vaughan-Johncey 1.20m
reported cloud cover to be minimal.
front was rising from the discus cage once more with the U15G producing
good performances. Annabel Brown 18.25m and Hannah Winton 17.86m.
SCORE: Ascending with minor fluctuations
event, 3000m. Chance of precipitation – mounting! The prevailing wind
down the back straight did its utmost to hamper the efforts of Lyn
Hutchings. Gusts close to 12kmph had been experienced by the young
athlete that Lyn shadowed (sheltered behind) for much of the race.
Another veritable performance, clocking 12mins 48.2seconds in
Altostratus clouds visible.
start of Alex Vaughan-Johncey’s 1500m imminent!
released a torrent of rain which left Alex paddling through a flash
flood for most of her race. Adverse conditions did not deter her and she
fought her way in to second place.
PERFORMANCE: 4th place out of 7 teams.
you to all those who attended.