Eight Wisbech cadets compete at major athletics competition

09:59 04 June 2014

Eight cadets competed in the annual Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Athletics Competition at Bedford International Athletics Stadium.

Eight cadets competed in the annual Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Athletics Competition at Bedford International Athletics Stadium.

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Eight cadets competed in the annual Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Athletics Competition at Bedford International Athletics Stadium.

The 272 Wisbech Squadron Cadets, aged from 13 to 17, took part in a number of short and long distance races from 100m to 1500m as well as the javelin, shot, discus and high and long jump.

Sgt Luke Huggins put in the performance of the day coming equal first in height for the high jump and being awarded the silver medal on count back.

The 272 Squadron is recruiting. If you are aged 13 to 16 check out www.272atc.org for more details.

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