Sarah

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Country: United Kingdom

About Login Domestic Championships Record 1994 –
2nd ESAA 100m and 75m hurdles 1996 –
1st ESAA Champs long jump 1997 –
2nd AAA U20 Championships 100m hurdles,
1st ESAA Champs long jump 1998 –
1st AAA U20 Championships 100m hurdles and long jump 1999 –
3rd AAA Championships long jump 2000 –
3rd AAA Indoor Championships long jump 2001 –
2nd AAA Indoor Championships 60m hurdles 2002 –
2nd AAA Championships long jump 2003 –
1st AAA Indoor Championships 60m hurdles,
2nd AAA Championships 100m hurdles 2004 –
1st AAA Indoor Championships 60m hurdles,
2nd long jump, 1st AAA Championships 100m hurdles 2005 –
1st AAA Indoor Championships 60m hurdles,
1st AAA Championships 100m hurdles 2006 –
2nd AAA Indoor Championships 60m hurdles,
1st AAA Championships 100m hurdles,
3rd long jump 2007 –
2nd Norwich Union European Indoor Champs Trials 60m hurdles,
2nd Norwich Union World Trials 100m hurdles 2008 –
1st Norwich Union World Indoor Champs Trials 60m hurdles,
1st Olympic Trials 100m hurdles 2009 –
2nd Aviva World Championships Trials 100m hurdles Major Championships Record Commonwealth Games – 2002
12th long jump Olympic Games – 2004
6th h 100m hurdles, 2008
8th 100m hurdles World Championships 2005
5th h 100m hurdles, 2009
8th sf3 100m hurdles European Championships – 2006
6th h 100m hurdles Other noteworthy performances 1997 –
5th European Junior Championships long jump 1998
4th World Junior Championships long jump 2009 –
8th European Indoor Championships 60m hurdles Sarah initially came to prominence as a long jumper, winning numerous senior and junior titles in the mid to late 90s. She was 4th in the long jump at the 1998 World Juniors. She also twice represented GB & NI in the long jump at the European Cup (1998 & 99) and was 12th in the long jump final at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. In 2003 she switched coaches to Lloyd Cowan and her focus to sprint hurdling with great success. In 2004 she represented Team GB at the Athens Olympics. In 2005 she broke the UK 60m Hurdles indoor record with 7.96. Something of a stalwart on the British team, the Lloyd Cowan-coached athlete finally began to realise her potential at the age of 29. The Woodford Green and Essex Ladies athlete ran 12.81 in Loughborough to miss the national record by 0.01 and Claxton defied all odds by making the 2008 Olympic Games. In Beijing, Claxton showed great consistency, running 12.97 in the heats, 12.84 in the semi-finals and 12.94 in the final, where she placed eighth. In 2009 she made the World Championships team in Berlin and reached the semi-final stage finishing 8th after a season’s best of 12.86 in her heat.