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Yasmin Miller

Yasmin Miller.

The 20-year-old sprint hurdler, from Oakwood and a student at London South Bank University, is on the Derbyshire Institute of Sport gold programme and won a bronze medal at the British Championships in the 60m and a gold in the England Under-23s Championships before representing Great Britain at the European Under-23s Championships.

Yasmin says: "My 2016 training plan consists of a running session (sprint runs) on Monday, an S&C Session on Tuesday, a hurdling session on Wednesday, a running session (sprint runs) on Thursday, an S&C Session and conditioning session on Friday, a rest day on Saturday and a hurdle session on Sunday.

"Training has been going well so far - I started back winter training in the middle of September - so I am back into the flow of everything now.

"My main goals for next season are to run a PB for the 60m sprint/60m hurdles, to try and qualify for the World Indoor Championships, to stay in the top five rankings in the UK, to run a new PB during outdoors for the 100m Hurdles, to start running more 100n and 200m races, both indoors and outdoors.

"I would love to achieve all of these goals next year, I just need to make sure that I stick to my training plan and use the team of people around me positively.

"One of my main sporting ambitions is to be a part of an Olympic games and hopefully win myself a medal, this would be for Tokyo 2020.

One of my goals for 2016 is to try and work hard enough for a place on the 2016 Olympic team, because I would love to experience an Olympic Games."