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ERDINGTON judo club member Ebony Drysdale Daley has achieved global medal success in the world junior Championship.
Lananna was unsure where that figure stood in comparison to the previous 14 World Junior Championship meets, but it certainly passed the eyeball test.
Among those competing are: MICHELLE JENNEKE (AUSTRALIA) Michelle is one of Australia's rising stars in the 100m hurdles having won a silver medal at the World Youth Olympics in 2010 before finishing fifth at the World Junior Championships in 2012.
While there she will compete in the San Diego Junior Masters, the World Junior Championship in California and the International Junior Masters in Nevada.
The previous World Junior Championships have uncovered swimming talents such as Spain's Mireia Belmonte Garcia, who went on the take "Swimmer of the Championships" at the 2010 World Swimming Championships (25m), the first major event held in Dubai.
Charlene Engelbrecht and Fred-Charles Pieterse who are currently participating at the 6-day World Junior Championships in Barcelona, Spain, are facing tough competition.
Rightly seen as a highly prestigious meeting for up-and-coming athletes, the IAAF World Junior Championship has produced a number of winners, including the fastest man on earth Usain Bolt, going on to fulfil their potential on the world and Olympic stage.
OLYMPICS-BOUND Katarina Johnson-Thompson will enjoy a curtailed World Junior Championships in Barcelona next month, to ensure she's at peak form and fitness for London 2012.