Thursday, 26 April 2012


Trackspeed1 sprinters continue their early season competitive programme with a trip to Lake Brantley High School on Saturday.

Their annual participation in what will be the 20th Florida Gliders Classic will see coach John Powell looking for his troops to continue where they left off at Gainsville a week earlier.

The Central Florida meet saw TS1 men achieve the best opening day ever, and the news from Stateside is that everyone is fighting fit for Saturday, including crocks from last week Melvyn Anukam and Andrew Matthews.

"We're looking forward to it," said John, "and just as long as people manage the inevitable heat there, we should see some more great performances."

Trackspeed1 round off their trip with a final recovery session on Sunday before flying home Monday night.
Trackspeed1 pose for the camera before another training session in
Orlando.  Rear L-R: David Bolarinwa, Ed Harrison, James Ellington,
Jason Hussain, John Allen (physio'), and front L-R: Edmond Amaning,
Omardo Anson, Andrew Matthews, Phillip Robinson, Melvyn Anukam

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