North-east sprinter Alisha Rees admits her European under-23 championship aspirations are on the line if she doesn’t hit top form in next weekend’s Great Britain team trials at Bedford.
Banchory Stonehaven AC sprinter Alisha Rees is targeting a medal at this summer’s European under-23 track and field championships in Sweden.
Alisha Rees is poised to become one of the most successful young athletes in the long history of the Scottish women’s track and field championships.
North-east sprinter Alisha Rees hopes to follow in the footsteps of her coach Leon Baptiste by making a big impact at this summer’s world junior track and field championships.
Athletics: North-east club’s proud record of nurturing top competitors with a desire to succeed on major stages
Banchory Stonehaven AC coach Willy Russell is immensely proud of the way the club’s young sprinters have been making a massive impact on the national and international stage in recent years.
Excellent track record puts Banchory-Stonehaven’s Alisha in running for U20 Athlete of the Year award
Banchory-Stonehaven AC’s Alisha Rees has been shortlisted for the Scottish under-20 athlete of the year award while her mentor, Willy Russell, is in line forthe national development coach award.
Banchory Stonehaven AC’s Great Britain international Alisha Rees will chase a Commonwealth Games 200m qualifying standard when she competes in the Scottish Senior Track and Field Championships at Grangemouth this weekend.
Alisha Rees is focused on securing a place on the Great Britain team for this summer's European under-20 championships in Italy after making an encouraging start to the summer season.
Banchory's Alisha Rees today admitted surprise at smashing a 35-year-old track record.