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Greg Cackett finishes 6th in the UK Indoor Trials & Competition in Sheffield

Greg Cackett made a huge improvement over last years 4th place in the 60m semi's to come 6th in this years UK Indoor Championships Final. Greg has been running great building upto the Sheffield Championships by running a Personal Best of 6.69 for 60m in Vienna in the Classic Vienna Indoor meet.

Greg won his heat in Sheffield with a time of 6.78. Greg had a great lane draw for the faster semi final and equaled his Personal Best with a time of 6.69 losing out to Andrew Robertson who also ran a P.B for his semi of 6.64

Greg lined up next to Harry Aikines Aryeetey and Andrew Robertson in the Final so had a great lane but got a slow start out the blocks and ended up in a very respectable 6th place running a time of 6.74 beating the very experienced Mark Lewis Francis and Luke Fagan.


Click here for the Full results throughout the day.

60m Final Full Results

Position Competitor Time Reaction Time
1 Dwain CHAMBERS 6.58 0.141
2 Andrew ROBERTSON 6.61 0.151
3 Harry AIKINES ARYEETEY 6.65 0.137
4 Christian MALCOLM 6.68 0.130
5 Josh SWARAY 6.72 0.161
6 Greg CACKETT 6.74 0.190
7 Mark LEWIS-FRANCIS 6.78 0.160
8 Luke FAGAN 7.33 0.185

Greg now looks forward a few more indoors and then onto another great season in the summer and hopes for some low 10 second times for the 100m.


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See below for the Final of Gregs race.



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