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Eilidh Child proudly wore a Hearts top to her Scotland team meeting on Saturday night - and she made it a dream weekend by winning her hurdles event at the Loughborough International yesterday.

The Olympic hopeful had to miss out on the Cup Final win because of her athletics commitments.

But she made up for it by posting a time of 55.92 - the second fastest 400m run by a British woman this season - to win her race. And the 25-year-old said: "It has been a great weekend as I'm a huge Hearts fan.

"I was so happy with the Cup Final result so to win at Loughborough just added to it."

Meanwhile, heptathlon heptathlon: see under decathlon.

Women's athletics competition. Contestants take part in seven different track-and-field events: 100-m hurdles, shot put, high jump, long jump, javelin throw, and 200- and 800-m runs.
 star Jessica Ennis Jessica Ennis (born 28 January, 1986 in Sheffield) is a British athlete, competing in the heptathlon. Her first senior championships was the 2005 World University Games, where she won the bronze medal.  was robbed of a personal best in the 100m hurdles yesterday when blundering blun·der  
A usually serious mistake typically caused by ignorance or confusion.

v. blun·dered, blun·der·ing, blun·ders

1. To move clumsily or blindly.

 officials at the Powerade Games in Manchester set up nine hurdles instead of the regulation 10.


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Date:May 21, 2012
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