THERE was indoor success for Harris Morrison and Jude Dolan to bring the curtain down on 2021.

Glenpark Harriers' young duo recorded quality performances at the Emirates Indoor Arena in Glasgow.

Harris recorded a hat-trick of lifetime bests over 60m, 200m and the longest sprint, the two-lap 400m.

First up was his first attempt over 400m.

Harris blasted out from the gun and was well into the race plan by the back straight, passing his competitors within the first 100m and hitting the bell with one lap to go.

Harris had built up a lead and was flowing well as he crossed the 300m mark to show a degree of maturity.

He continued with his plan as the experience of coping with the pain of the longest sprint hit with 50m to go, however, a determined Harris crossed the line to secure a fine time for his first effort.

He made a return to 60m and 200m after a break of two years and blew the rust off, recording a fast seven seconds for the 60m and 24 seconds for the 200m.

In the 800m Jude was stepping down in distance to tackle the challenge of the four-lap indoor event.

A fine first half of the race saw Jude assess the competition as he kept in contact with the pace before shifting through his gears to move into contention with the leaders with 400m to go.

Approaching 300m to go, Jude moved into a top three place as the speed of the race increased.

Reaching the bell, Jude made his bid forcing the pace of the race to move to a new level.

Jude continued this determined attempt through to the finish where he won a very good silver medal position.

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