Nigel Levine and Nathan Douglas perform well at the Bedford International Games.

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Both athletes competed in the 20th Bedford International games, and came away with convincing wins.

Nigel Levine an impressive sprint talent from Bedford competed in the men’s 400m and comfortably took the win, clocking an impressive time of 46.61s

Elsewhere Nathan Douglas also claimed victory in the men’s Triple Jump with a distance of 16.55m, well clear of his fellow competitors.

See below a list of all the winners from the weekend:

Women’s Hammer: Sarah Holt 63.30m

Women’s 100m race one: Asha Phillip 11.17s

Men’s Discus: Brett Morse 61.15m

Women’s para-elite 100m: Sophie Hahn 12.82s

Men’s 100m race one: Adam Gemili 10.12s

Women’s long jump: Malin Marmbrandt 6.22m

Men’s 400m hurdles: Jack Green 50.39s

Women’s high jump: Isobel Pooley 1.91m

Women’s 400m hurdles: Hayley McLean 1.00.14s

Men’s triple jump: Nathan Douglas 16.55m

Women’s 400m: Catherine Reid 53.34m

Women’s discus: Kirsty Law 52.21m

Women’s 400m para-elite: Martina Barber 1.03.58s

Men’s 400m para-elite: Dan Powell 55.05s

Men’s shot put: Marco Fortes 18.41m

Men’s 110m hurdles race one: Alex Alameen 13.71s

Women’s 200m: Shannon Hylton 23.01s

Men’s hammer: Taylor Campbell 76.50m

Men’s long jump: Ezekiel Ewulo 7.49m

Men’s 200m: David Lima 20.92s

Women’s javelin: Laura Whittingham 50.26s

Men’s high jump: Robbie Grabarz 2.24m

Men’s 200m para-elite: James Arnott 23.22s

Women’s 200m para-elite: Sophie Hahn 27.20s

Women’s pole vault: Henrietta Paxton 4.10m

Women’s shot put: Rachel Wallader 17.17m

Men’s 100m hurdles race two: David Omoregie 13.66s

Women’s triple jump: Chiona Matthews 13.39m

Men’s javelin: Bonne Bulwembo 68.28m

Men’s 1500m para-elite: Owen Miller 4.06.59

Women’s 100m race two: Darryl Neita 11.40s

Men’s 100m race two: Adam Gemili 9.97s

Men’s 100m para-elite: Zac Shaw 11.41s

Men’s 400m: Nigel Levine 46.61s

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