Bert Henderson, the famous leader of athletics, was found dead
Bert Henderson, 60, Clemson Associate Athletic Director was found dead on Tuesday morning, after a hard search in Anderson County.
Henderson had been lost since Monday evening, as indicated by the Pickens County Sheriff’s office. Agents, K-9’s and horses started their search for Henderson after he was accounted for missing Monday evening from his home located in West Church Road in Easley, as indicated by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office. Reports were documented after Henderson did not appear for on Monday.
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Laura Muir heads GB line-up in the European Indoor Championships 2017
Laura Muir will endeavour to win 1500m and 3,000m gold in March at the European Indoor Championships in Serbia.
The 23-year-old Scot has officially broken the European 3,000m indoor record, and British 5,000m and 1,000m indoor records this year.
She will participate as a part of Great Britain team that additionally has Richard Kilty a defending 60m champion.
Additionally, it includes Andrew Pozzi, well known as the fastest 60m hurdles champion in the world this year.
Ipswich competitor exceeding expectations in two games
Versatile young person Kelly McNamara heads to the Queensland Olympic-style sports titles this week buoyed by another fine accomplishment.
The Marburg-based competitor has been a part of the Queensland under-18 hockey team practising for the Australian championship which is going to take place in Hobart from April 19-29.
McNamara, 17, is contending in the under-20 1500m and 3km steeplechase at the state titles beginning on Thursday.
The Athletics member of Rosewood little has been one of the champions and best performer at the Ipswich and District Athletics Club in the current seasons, representing her club at the national and state level.
The Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School student is also participating at the Australian cross country championships for Queensland in Canberra.
Athletics-Farah bows out inside with European record
Mo Farah finished his indoor profession with another European record, winning the 5,000 meters at the Birmingham Indoor Grand Prix at a time period of 13 minutes 10.60 seconds.
Farah is well known as Britain’s four-times Olympic champion; he had planned to target road racing after winning the outdoor world championships in London in August when he will state his last goodbye to the track.
The 33-year-old has broken the indoor stamp at the Birmingham Indoor Arena in what turned into a two-path duel with Kenyan Albert Rop, who made him stretch over the last two laps.