Max Burgin, is at the top of the current British 800m prospects list. Which is arguably the best junior age group in British 800m history. With 7 runners running 1:47 or faster in the u20 age group. Burgin stated his dominance in the European under 18 championships where he front ran a 1:47.36 shortly after a heats and semi final. This was also just after his 16th birthday.
His previous performances however, were all blown out of the water after his 1:45.36, which he ran just after turning 17, front running, on a windy track. Video below.
Credit to Mark Hookway
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