LAUREN Williams’ remarkable season continued last week.

The teenager from Trefeglwys set a new stadium record of 59.68 on her way to gold in the women’s 400m hurdles at last week’s Welsh International.

The medal followed hot on the footsteps of Williams’ 400m gold at the Welsh Championships and gold and lifetime PB in the 400m hurdles at the England U20s Championship.

Now the Swansea Harrier Athletics Club star has been called up to represent Great Britain at an under 20s international event in Berlin on Sunday.

Williams said: “I was really pleased to get the win and be consistently running sub 60.

“I was particularly happy to break the stadium record as Swansea is my home track and that was my aim going into the competition.”

“After a long season and the disappointment of missing out on the World Junior Championships I am over the moon to have been given the opportunity to run my last hurdles race of the year for Great Britain.

“I am so excited to run in the Berlin Olympic Stadium and it will be a very special moment.

“I would like to thank British athletics, coaches, training partners, friends and family for supporting me and getting me to this point.”