Johnson-Thompson to defend British title

Johnson-Thompson to defend British title

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The Times

Passion For Helping Others Essay She may well have the longest name in British athletics but Katarina Johnson-Thompson will have fierce competition when she attempts the first defence of her British indoor high jump title in Sheffield for the British Indoor Championships (BIC).

The 22-year-old will be heading into the championships with plenty of question marks surrounding her. Will she show any after-effects from a previous foot injury which forced her to miss last year’s Commonwealth Games and European Championships?

Gcse English Media Coursework Help Johnson-Thompson made her return to athletics in January equalling a personal best 8.40 seconds in the 60m hurdles – an event she will once again take part in during the BIC – and will be hoping to silence critics once again.

Who Gonna Do My Assignment The heptathlete will be defending her title against world junior champion, Morgan Lake, and her fiercest rival Isobel Pooley, who holds the British outdoor record.

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I Can Never Pay Attention When I Do My Homework I Must Have 80hd With the European Indoor Championships being held in March, Johnson-Thompson will be hoping to the use the two-day event in Sheffield as a platform to show why she is one of the future-stars of British athletics.

The BIC will start on February 14th and finish on the 15th. Fans will also be able to see Olympic, World and European champion Mo Farah, who with a time of 7 minutes 34.47, holds the British indoor record for the 3000 metres.