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The Benswic track and field team came out running great times at the season-opening at Park Slope Armory YMCA (Youth Series #1), but runner-up finishes by Chance (Yassin) Bacchas, Sophie Ahmad and Abigail Melican may have been the most impressive.

 

Bacchas running a PR of 31.10 in the 200m. Ahmad set a personal record in 800 meters, clocking 2:54.01 to finish 3rd overall. Melican ran 2:38.18 in the 800m, while marking a 2:40.84 800m last years  Outdoor Season and running the 200m (32.60) with a PR. Amazing start from these three runners.

Other Benswic amazing performers like our new comer Justice Dandridge making her debut running a 35.64 in the 200m placing her 13th overall. ZaQiyah Bacchas, running 35.47 in the 200m; Xion Bacchas 33.18 in the 200m; Christopher Marshall, placing first in his heat, 5th overall in the 200m (33.36). Emmanuel Marshall, with a PR of 32.25 in the 200m, placing 11th Overall; and Bryana Smith-Marshall placing 6th overall in the 200m (29.26)

Each of our runners given their best given with several weeks of limited practice since the end of cross country and holiday break. Amazing start for our club!

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