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Britain's sprinting world Under 18 record holder Amy Hunt insists studying for a Cambridge University degree will not dent her bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics as she prepares for her first test as a senior runner this weekend Amy Hunt is set for her first big test as a senior sprinter at British Championships The 18-year-old recently got accepted to study English at Cambridge University  Hunt is confident her studies won't affect her bid to qualify for Tokyo next year

By Riath Al-Samarrai for the Daily Mail

Published: 17:00 BST, 2 September 2020 | Updated: 19:12 BST, 2 September 2020

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After enduring the stress of the recent exams fiasco, one of the brightest athletics talents in the country, Amy Hunt, will take on her first significant test as a senior sprinter at the British Championships this weekend.

The 18-year-old, who holds the world Under 18 record for the 200m, revealed she was among the thousands of A-level students to have their grades downgraded by algorithm last month. 

However, she was given a reprieve by Cambridge University, where she will juggle an English degree from October with a campaign to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.

Amy Hunt, who holds the world Under 18 record for the 200m, is going to study at Cambridge

Amy Hunt, who holds the world Under 18 record for

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