AMY Williams is having a storming season on the track.
The 11-year-old West Cheshire AC athlete from Chester holds four national titles and is already adding U13s victories to her impressive record.
At the English Independent Schools Athletics Championships, she set a competition record as she won the U12s long jump with a leap of 4.69m – the longest in UK athletics this year in the U12 category and a West Cheshire AC and Cheshire County record.
She broke the existing ISA record by 28cm and also was part of the relay team which also won with a record time.
Her performances prompted the ISA to award her the Outstanding Performance award for the competition.
A pupil at Abbey Gate School, she has secured a sports scholarship to Mostyn House next year.
She is the reigning U13s county champion in the long jump, discus and 70m hurdles, multi-event champion and North of England cross-country champion.
Amy also won North of England ISA gold in long jump, 150m and relay.
At the National Preparatory School Championships she added their U12 long jump and 100m titles to her collection, setting a new 100m record of 13.6sec and receiving her medals from Great Britain hurdler Edirin Okoro.
“Her achievements amaze us,” said dad Stuart. “Now she has won a scholarship and Mostyn House have already been very supportive. Hopefully she can continue to improve.”