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Inverness Harriers athlete Kirsty Law wins bronze at European Team Championships in Poland


By Will Clark

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Munlochy discus thrower Kirsty Law claimed third place at the European Team Championships in Poland.

Kirsty Law finished in third place.
Kirsty Law finished in third place.

The Inverness Harriers athlete secured a place on the podium in Silesia with a throw of 58 metres and 13 centimetres.

Portugal's Liliana CÁ claimed gold with a throw of 61.36 with Germany's Marike Steinacker second with 59.29.

Despite finishing in third place, Law felt she could have reached further.

‘I’m happy that I came third and the 58 is consistent but I felt like there was a bigger one there," she said.

‘I just wanted to get an easy one out to start and then build on it but I think I tightened up and didn’t stay long and loose.

"I think I got more points that I should have so I’m happy with that."


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