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County T&F Championships 2017

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16/17 September 2017 - Kent County Combined Events - Masters & U13 - Erith 25-09-17
10 September 2017 - Kent County Relay & Masters Jumps Championships - Norman Park 18-09-17
28 August 2017 -  Kent County U13 Pentathlons - Tonbridge
21 June 2017 - Kent County M 10k & F 3k Championships - Dartford
13/14 May 2017 - Kent County Championships - Ashford 13-05-17

16/17 September 2017 - Kent County Combined Events - Masters & U13 - Erith

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The 2017 track and field season culminated with the Kent U13 Championships at Erith.

In the sprints Connor Sutton produced identical times in both heat and final of the 100m, winning a fine bronze in a 12.77sec, while Emily Kerr took gold in the 75m and Georgia Sullivan ran a personal best to win a great silver medal.

Connor then ran his third fastest time of the year to win his 200m heat before securing silver in the final. Oles Chaban also ran well in the heats recording a time just shy of his best.

In the 150m Emily Kerr again won gold and Georgia Sullivan ran other personal best to pick up the bronze.

Max Gregson, Oles Chaban and Jamie Sears all ran in the 800 heats but with tough qualifying conditions none were able to progress to the final.

Amerisa Sibley had a great day doing the double winning both the 800m and 1200m.

In the 1500m final George Shaw just missed out on a medal coming 4th just 0.2sec off his best time with Max Gregson in 5th just behind and Oles Chaban running well again finishing just outside his personal best.

BBHAC U13 hurdlers dominated the sprint hurdles with Oliver Robertson winning in a new Championship Best Performance and Sophie Kerr winning an exciting girls race.

Oliver Robertson also had a busy weekend of jumping, winning bronze in the long jump and just outside the medals in the high jump placing 4th.

Abigail Smith comfortably won the 2000m walk and Sophie Kerr jumped well in the long jump adding bronze to her hurdle gold.

Ben Platt ended his first season in athletics well winning a fabulous silver in the javelin, throwing his second longest throw of 32.05 and Josh Buddle Smith finished his summer off throwing well in the discus.

The track spikes have now been put away replaced by the road shoes and cross country spikes ahead of a busy winter.


Amarisa Sibley won 800m final and 1200m

Long Jump Sophie Kerr 3rd

75m final Emily Kerr 1st Georgia Sullivan 2nd

150m final Emily Kerr 1st Georgia Sullivan 3rd

Sophie Kerr 1st in the 70m Hurdles Final


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10 September 2017 - Kent County Relay & Masters Jumps Championships - Norman Park

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Photo of the winning under 13 girls 3 x 800m team at the Kent Relays today.
Photo from Emma Middleton



4 x100m and 4 x 200m Gold medal winners BBHAC U13 boys quartet of: L to R Connor Sutton, Oliver Robertson, Tom Afelumo and Ethan Alapafuja BBHAC U13 boys silver medal in the 3 x 800m L to R Jamie Sears, Oles Chaban and George Shaw


Under 15 Girls won the 3 x 800m relay Final Ellie Dolby, Jess Neal and Morgan Squibb

The Under 13 Girls won the 4x 100m relay final and the 4 x 200m relay final
Georgia Sullivan, Emily Kerr, Tianna Lewis and Sophie Kerr

Holly Mpassy, Eve Ward,  Shakanya Osahon and Daniella Harper won 4 X 300m final in Kent relays


The Kent track relays were the last team event of the 2017 summer season and with them being held at our home track at Norman Park, we took full advantage.

Of the 24 finals BBHAC athletes contested, our teams won 18 gold, 7 silver, 3 bronze and were 4th in another 10. This represents a fantastic achievement and clearly shows that BBHAC are not only strong but that we have great strength in depth right through the age groups.

The U13 boys had great numbers out competing and we able to enter three teams in both the 4 x 100m and 3 x 800m and two teams in the 4 x 200m.

Blackheath and Bromley U13 boys proved they are the strongest in Kent winning all three relays and also picking up a silver in the 3 x 800m.

In the 4 x 100m the quartet of Ethan Alapafuja, Tom Afelumo, Oliver Robertson and Connor Sutton qualified for the final comfortably winning their heat in their second fastest time of the year. The final wasn’t go to be as straight forward as they were up against a strong Bexley team, but our boys got the baton around slickly with great change overs and powered across the line in a season best time, just 0.3 sec ahead of Bexley, who also ran a seasons best. The B team of George Shaw, Ben Platt, Oles Chaban and Emmanuel Oniwinde combined well to finish 7th in the final having come third in their heat to qualify. Our C team of Sam Stuart, Ben Campbell, Josh Buddle Smith and Jamie Sears just missed on making the final.

In the 4 x 200m both the A and B team ran well enough to make the final and again Ethan, Tom, Oliver and Connor held off a very strong Bexley challenge and were deserving winners crossing the line in a fast 1:49.9 just 0.6 sec ahead of Bexley. The B team of George, Ben, Oles and Emmanuel closed in 7th but combined well to make the final.

In the 3 x 800m BBHAC U13 boys were able to field A, B and C teams and the A team stormed to victory led out by Ben Campbell passing to Oliver Robertson who handed to Max Gregson to finish off in style. The B team were equally impressive winning a fine team silver, led out by Jamie Sears followed by George Shaw and then on last leg Oles Chaban. The C team ran a strong race and did well finishinhg a credtiable 7th with Sam Stuart taking leg 1 passing to debutant Arthur Starvis, who ran postively on this first run for the club, leaving Josh Buddle Smith to bring the team home on leg 3.

A fantastic day for BBHAC teams and also individually as Oliver Robertson won three Kent golds, Ethan, Tom and Connor all won two Kent golds and Ben Campbell and Max Robertson both won gold, while Jamie Sears, George Shaw and Oles Chaban all won Kent silver medals.


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13/14 May 2017 - Kent County Championships - Ashford

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