Athletes from 36 clubs took part in the virtual competition
Blyth Running Club has won the Neuff standing triple jump competition, topping a leaderboard of 36 clubs which took part in the virtual challenge.
The contest saw individuals and clubs battle virtually for prizes from the equipment supplier, with Blyth RC winning £100 to spend at Neuff against any equipment after the club’s athletes leapt a combined 75.35m.
Crawley AC was second with 66.35m, winning £75, and Yate and District AC third with 64.11m, winning £50.
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And the club results… Athletes from 36 clubs took part – amazing jumping. Congratulations to all. The prize winners are First place to @blythrc winning £100 Second place to @crawleyac winning £75 Third place to @yatedistrict.ac winning £50. When we added together the best jumps from every participating athlete, the lead club jumped a whopping 225.85m….find out which club it was at bit.ly/STJclubresults Well done all and thanks for joining in. Thanks to @johnshepherdwritertrackcoach for the competition and to @athletics.weekly and @triplejumpers for supporting #triplejump #longjumper #jumpnation #jumpsquad #thisgirlcanjump #youngathlete #womenathletes #prizewinner #athleticcompetition
The club leaderboard was calculated by taking the top two club-affiliated athletes from each category in the individual competition each week.
The four-week-long competition saw individual athletes claim weekly prizes as well as overall honours.
Individual winners include Anderson Pitifue Concepcion of the Dominican Republic with 10.50m in the under-20 men’s category and Denesha Rocastle of Woodford Green AC / Essex Ladies with 7.97m in the under-20 women’s category.
Athletes with the longest single distance over the four weeks each won £20 to spend at Neuff Athletic.
Further information about the competition can be found here.