Date: 1 Feb 2020
Tags: Great Britain, National Record
Jemma Reekie sets a new British indoor 800m record in Glasgow
During the women’s 800m race at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena on Saturday Reekie breaks Jenny Meadows UK indoor 800m best.
She improved the old record of 1:58.43 from 2010 to 1:57.91. Jemma impressed the spectators the with her performance in Glasgow and showed her best indoor season of her career. She convinced with a fantastic run and was even able to leave her training partner Laura Muir behind. Laura Muir, the four-time European indoor gold medallist, secured the second place after Jemma in a new personal best of 1:58.44.
“I don’t even know what happened,” Reekie wrote on social media.
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