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Alfie becomes National Champion
Sandbach School runner Alfie Bould (going into Year 10) is the new 1,500m national champion.
Alfie runs for Vale Royal AC and won the under 15s event at the England Athletics Championships at Bedford on Sunday.
This capped a fantastic season for Alfie, who won bronze at English Schools Championships last month and gold at the Inter County Schools Championships where clocked 4:06:51 to top the UK rankings.
Arun Dight (going into Year 12) was also in action at the U17 3,000m and came home ninth in a new personal best of 8:51:50. The results meant he was the top-ranked runner from the region.
Congratulations to both Alfie and Arun.