Ada Ngozi Posts 4300 Points For Third Place In Heptathlon

Ohio native, Ada Ngozi posted 4300 points to take third place overall in the 17-18 division heptathlon event at the AAU Junior Olympic Games

Ngozi, representing the Bedford Sprint Masters, put valuable points on the board during her 2:22.03 first place effort in the 800 contest. The rising senior from Solon also finished in the top ten in the 100 hurdles, high jump, long jump and javelin within the multi-events competition. 

Results

PLACEATHLETETEAMRESULTWINDH#
1Jaydea Carter12West Pembroke Pines Optimist Track Club45801
2Lindsay StrutzWaza Track Club45331
3Ada Ngozi12Bedford Sprint Masters43001
4Matilyn Flanagan12Unattached Club42431
5Christiana Mudd12Team Xtreme41841
6Tatiana ElliottMarlboro Boys & Girls Club Track41321
7Tamia WelchTri-State Elite Track Club41221
8Aleah Constantine12Fredericksburg41131
9Audrey Parson12Hot Feet Track Club39981
10Nimeesha Coleman12Elite Track and Field Training (EliteTFT)38541

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