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Jaylah Hancock- Cameron comes home with MORE GOLD medals


Jaylah Hancock- Cameron took out GOLD in her Category of Girls 15 at the NSW All Schools Championship held on the 21st July 2017 at Eastern Creek, New South Wales with a blitzing time of 14:55 in the NSW Cross Country Championships and took out the Combined High Schools Gold in the same event representing Moruya High in the 4km race that saw 102 competitors racing for the top eight to represent NSW in the Australian All Schools titles to be held from the 11th to 14th August at the Rokeby Police Academy in Hobart. In all the NSW team will comprise 90 athletes.

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This massive effort and the rewards of gold have come from absolute commitment and dedication which has taken Jaylah 5 years to get the podium in this event, rising from 13th last year to number 1 this year. Talking with the Beagle Jaylah paid tribute to the support she has received from ever supportive family, from her friends and those who stood by and believed in her and watched her develop. But most importantly she paid tribute to her coach Andae Kalemusic who has had such a positive effect on the performance of all the kids she coaches in the South East since moving to the area and offering her guidance and dedication. And most importantly Jaylah wanted to thank Tim at SPORTSFIRST in Moruya for sponsoring a pair of Asic GT running shoes, widely considered on of the World's best running shoes, for her to compete in in the upcoming Australian championships in Tasmania.


Above: Tim from SPORTSFIRST in Moruya presenting Jaylah with her new runners

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