A COUPLE of Anglesey athletes extended their superb form against top-class international competitors at the weekend.

In a World Athletics Indoor Tour meeting in Boston, Osian Perrin (Menai Track and Field) clocked a season’s best of 7-55.74 in the 3,000 metres.

It was just a second shy of the PB he set in Manchester 12 months ago.


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Meanwhile, former Menai member Cari Hughes (Cardiff) won the 1,500m in a similar World Indoor Challenge meeting in Berlin.

She won in 4-15.46, again just outside her best.

Both athletes are coached a third former Menai Track and Field member, Andy Walling, who is currently Manchester United’s first-team physio.