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Wellfast Athletes compete in first indoor competition of the season

The Wellfast athletes all competed in there first winter indoor competition of the season at the Thames Valley Centre in Eton on Sunday the 8th of January.

This would be Thom Evans and Simon Wells opening race of there athletic careers. While Greg Cackett who was looking great at the end of the summer season running times of 10.45 in the 100m was competing at 60m for his first race of the season. Zoe Wells also competing for the first time of the season who has not competed since June was competing in the 60m.

Greg Cackett ran a new Personal Best and the quickest time in the UK so far with a time of 6.70 seconds for 60m beating his previous personal best of 6.81 so a significant improvement since last year.

Thom Evans ran a time of 7.25 for his first run and then ran 7.22 in his second run. A great start to his season and to his career coming back from his injury in rugby.

Simon Wells ran a time of 7.30 for his first run of his career and is eager to catch Thom who just beat him in there first run.

Zoe Wells ran a time of 8.31 seconds but has been struggling with injury over the past few weeks but is looking to run a time close to 8 seconds for the indoor season.

Wilson King who is a Aussie Rules Rugby player also competed with a time of 7.43 in his first run and 7.45 for his second


Greg has be noticed by many athletics fans. Check out athleticsstargate blog on Greg here.


Click here to view all the races form the Eton meet on the 8th of January.

To keep up with all the Wellfast athletes and there times, click the profiles below.

Greg Cackett

Thom Evans

Simon Wells

Zoe Wells

Watch Greg Cacketts 6.70 below

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