Athletics: Track Academy to host sprint competition

PUBLISHED: 10:00 04 December 2017 | UPDATED: 08:53 06 December 2017

Track Academy are hosting an Indoor Sprint Challenge on December 16 (pic: Track Academy)

Track Academy are hosting an Indoor Sprint Challenge on December 16 (pic: Track Academy)


Track Academy by Connie Henry is inviting runners to take part in an exciting sprint competition certified by British Athletics in December.

The Indoor Sprint Challenge takes place at the Willesden Sports Centre in Donnington December 16 from midday to 3pm.

The event is open to athletes above the age of eight, up to senior and veteran level.

Entrants will be put through an indoor warm-up at 11am, before the action starts at midday.

Runners from all age groups will battle it out in the 60m sprint at 12pm and 2pm, while the under-13s are set to compete in the 60m hurdles at 1.30pm.

Results will be uploaded onto the Power of 10 website following the event.

Anyone looking to enter the event can do so by visiting

Anyone entering before December 11 will pay a special price of £5, with entry £7 thereafter, or £10 if done on the day of the event.

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