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Jaylah Hancock-Cameron is NSW 1500m champion

Jaylah Hancock-Cameron of the #BankstownTrackProject and Limitless Track Team has won the Athletics NSW 1,500m Championship, beating home fellow Australian representatives Georgia Winkcup and Kate Spencer of UTS Northern Suburbs Athletics Club.

Congratulations to Jaylah, Coach Andae and Physio Peter Howcroft for the amazing come back to the running track after an injury. After enduring an injury at her final All schools event in November 2019 with a stress reaction in her fifth metatarsal Jaylah recovered well and competed in the Albie Thomas Mile in late December. While her race was not her finest race Jaylah considered it was still OK considering her training and coming back from an injury having been in a moon boot for a couple of weeks. After a slow season start Jaylah is now back hungrier and more powerful than ever with her pure talent, tenacity and determination bringing home the gold in her 2nd 1500 race for the season. Whilst taking out the GOLD Jaylah just missed the world Juniors Qualifier of 4.20.2 running a time of 4.20.9 dropping a massive 7 sec off her results from a couple of weeks ago at NSW State juniors! A CHAMPION in every sense of the word, well done ❤️💋🎉💎🏆🥇

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