At the lower franconian athletics championships in their age group in elsenfeld, the two 13-year-olds jan-luis hummert and luk jantschke from TSV eibelstadt put in impressive performances, winning three championship titles and five runner-up titles. Hummert won two gold medals in the M 13 throwing and throwing competitions. He threw the 400-gram javelin to a winning distance of 39.21 meters, which currently puts him in eighth place in the best M13 list in germany. He also improved his performance in the discus throw by more than five meters, tossing the 750-gram apparatus to an outstanding 30.76 meters. He was narrowly beaten into second place, and is ranked 26th in germany with this distance. In the ball race, hummert was over ten meters in five of six attempts. At his best the ball flew to the new best distance of 10.88 meters.
Luk jantschke showed a stable performance in his first shot put competition with several heaves over nine meters and reached third place with 9.34 meters; he won silver in the long jump, 800-meter run and 75-meter sprint. In the 60-meter hurdles, jantschke improved his best time by two tenths to 10.52 seconds and won his first title as lower franconia champion in superior style. Hummert sprinted to second place.
TSV eibelstadt was also well represented in the girls' W12 with jolina czenskowski. In her favorite discipline, the high jump, she had hoped for much more, but still finished in a good third place with a clear jump of 1.15 meters.