Cameron Tindle makes World final
TLJT athlete Cameron Tindle has put Borders sprinting well and truly on the map after making it to the 200m final at the World Youth Games.
The 17-year-old from Berwick, trained by Henry Gray and Bruce Scott, successfully negotiated his heat and semi-final races to make it through to a highly competitive showdown in Cali, Columbia.
Although Tindle finished in eighth place with a time of 21.13, he acquitted himself well, having run a very fast 20.99 in the semi-final.
Coach Scott, from Earlston, said: “We are very proud of what Cameron has achieved.
“It is no mean feat to make it to a world final. This is the biggest stage a young athlete can perform on and he handled the pressure, atmosphere and climate extremely well.
“Cameron is very much in his infancy in terms of development and has a very bright future.”
Tindle will now start his preparation for the Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa in September.