OXFORD City AC youngster Eloise Hind impressed on the international stage with a strong showing at the Mannheim International.

Representing Great Britain and Northern Ireland Under 20s, the 18-year-old set a personal best in the 100m hurdles and equalled her season’s best in the high jump.

Hind claimed heptathlon bronze in her first British Championships the previous weekend and she continued her good form in Germany.

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The teenager ran a personal best of 14.31secs in the hurdles heats, although it was not enough to qualify for the final.

In the high jump, Hind cleared 1.76 metres at the second time of asking to match her top performance this season.

The rising star went close three times at 1.79m as she attempted to beat her personal best of 1.77m, but she had to settle for sixth place in the final.

Hind is aiming to reach the Under 20 World Championships, which take place in Cali, Colombia, in the first week of August.

The Great Britain team will be selected after the England Athletics Under 20 and Under 23 Championships in Bedford on July 16 and 17. The event incorporates the world junior trials.