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Greg Cackett equals P.B of 6.69 at the Aviva Grand Prix in Birmingham

Greg Cackett equaled his personal best when running in the 60m Aviva Grand Prix up in Birmingham on the 18th of Feb. This was Gregs toughest race and had been running great all season running his P.B twice coming into the race. Greg was drawn in a heat with some of the fastest athletes in the world including Asafa Powell and legend Kim collins.

Greg finished seventh with the time of 6.69 behind the winning time of Asafa Powell of 6.50 with Kim Collins coming in second with a time of 6.56.

Overall there were 3 sprinters representing Great Britain. Andrew Robertson,Harry Aikines Aryeeytey and Greg Cackett. Greg finished top of the GB athletes joint with Andrew as they both ran times of 6.69, with Harry running 6.73.

Greg just missed out on a World Indoor Championship selection behind Andrew Robertson and Dwain Chambers.

Greg now has finished his indoor season and is looking towards the summer and competing in the 100m.


To see the full results from the 60m up in Birmingham click here.

Follow Greg on Twitter. @GregCackett

To see all of Gregs times click here.



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