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Daryll Neita re-joins the club

Updated: Jan 10

Olympic medallist Daryll Neita has re-joined the club after some years away with Shaftsbury Barnet Harriers. Daryll first joined Cambridge aged 11 training initially with Alan Pautard at Ladywell and then Mick Bond at Sutcliffe, during which time she won the English Schools U17 title in what is still the Championship best time of 11.63. Daryll learnt her trade racing against Dina Asher Smith in the Kent league and the two of them now form a solid half of the GB 4×1 team. Daryll won Bronze with the team in the Rio Olympics and silver at the London World Champs in 2017. Now based in Loughborough and just starting a degree. It is great to have her back with her home club.

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