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Last updated 25 March 2020

Indoor Track & Field Information & Results for 2020

Indoor 2020 Rankings 25-03-20
22-23 February 2020 - Spar British Athletics Indoor Champs, Glasgow 23-02-20
22-23 February 2020 - England Indoor Age Group Championships, Sheffield 23-02-20
15-16 February 2020 - British Universities and Colleges Sports Sheffield 21-02-20

Despite short indoor season, many BBHAC athletes to the fore

Even with the indoor season only lasting a few weeks before the COVID 19 close down, the club had around 20 athletes registering good enough performances both in Europe and the US to make the top 25 in the UK rankings.

Kelechi Aguocha’s high jump club record of 2.22m was good enough for 4th ranked while Ethan Brown now at University in the US ranked 6th over 400m with his 47.40 performance, Jonathan Ilori ranked 4th in the triple jump again over 16 metres, and Phil Sesemann again broke 8 minutes over 3000m for 7th spot. Among the ladies events both May Bruney and Katy Ann McDonald ran in the US to register 8th over 400m and 7th over 800m, while Sarah Abrams continued her fine form with a 6.42m long jump and a new pb with Jahisha Thomas 7th with her 6.36m effort.

Nick Brooks

Event Rank Name Performance Venue Date
M 400m 6th Ethan Brown 47.40 Ames, USA 28/02/2020
M 400m 19th Dan Putnam 48.24 Vienna, Austria 01/02/2020
M 3000m 7th Phil Sesemann 7.58.09 Linz, Austria 08/02/2020
M 60m Hurdles 20th Reece Young 8.26 Amsterdam 25/01/2020
M High Jump 4th  Kelechi Aguocha 2.22m Hustopece, CZ 08/02/2020
M Pole Vault 22nd Pedro Gleadall 4.64m Carshalton 09/02/2020
M Long Jump 24th  Ben Sutton 7.10m Sheffield 23/02/2020
M Triple Jump 4th  Jonathan Ilori 16.06m Emirates Arena 23/02/2020
           
W 60m 9th Immanuela Aliu 7.45 College Station, USA 22/02/2020
W 60m 10th Marcia Sey 7.47 Lee Valley 01/02/2020
W 60m 25th Darcey Kuypers 7.56 Lee Valley 01/02/2020
W 200m 15th Immanuela Aliu 24.41 College Station, USA 22/02/2020
W 200m 16th Darcey Kuypers 24.50 Sheffield 16/02/2020
W 400m 8th Maya Bruney 54.26 Clemson, USA 17/01/2020
W 400m 15th Louise Evans 55.28 Sheffield 16/02/2020
W 400m 20th Holly Mpassy 55.71 Sheffield 22/02/2020
W 800m 7th Katy Ann McDonald 2.04.59 Ames, USA 15/02/2020
W 60m Hurdles 8th Marcia Sey 8.34 Emirates Arena 22/02/2020
W 60m Hurdles 10th Annie Davies 8.37 Sheffield 14/02/2020
W 60m Hurdles 16th Isabella Hilditch 8.50 Ithaca, USA 29/02/2020
W Pole Vault 20th Sophie Dowson 3.60m Sheffield 16/02/2020
W Long Jump 5th Sarah Abrams 6.42m Cardiff 25/01/2020
W Long Jump 7th Jahisha Thomas 6.26m Emirates Arena 22/02/2020
W Triple Jump 14th Zara Asante 12.41m Emirates Arena 23/02/2020
W Shot 8th Nana Gyedu 13.90m Lee Valley 02/02/2020

 

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22-23 February 2020 - Spar British Athletics Indoor Champs, Glasgow

 


Krystal Galley wins her first national (bronze) 400m medal at the British Indoor Championship in Glasgow

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22-23 February 2020 - England Indoor Age Group Championships, Sheffield


Holly Mpassy won a 400m silver medal at the national indoor championships in Sheffield as a first year under 20.

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British Universities and Colleges Sports

Sheffield’s impressive indoor arena welcomed the best of the academic crop from throughout the country, for the 2020 BUCS indoors track and field champs.

BBHAC had over a dozen students eagerly representing their respective Universities in what is a fiercely competitive environment.

Kelechi Aguocha (Loughborough) followed up last weeks 2.22m club record jump, with a comfortable victory winning the high jump.

Annie Davies (Kingston) recently back from International duty, claimed a fine bronze in a very competitive 60m hurdles. Prince Reid (UEA) had a busy weekend winning a long jump bronze, coming 4th in the 60m and running in both 800m and 1500m heats. Mary Adeniji (Cambridge) was 4th in the triple jump and made the long jump final. Sophie Dowson (Brunel) was 5th in strong pole vault competition. Darcey Kuypers (Brunel) had a great weekend coming 6th in both the 60m and 200m finals after going through tough heats and semis. Louise Evans (Brunel) was a strong 6th in the fast 400m final. Yasmin Austridge (Birmingham) ran a 25 second personal best to qualify for the 15 lap 3K final and was only a few seconds slower in the final.

 

Michael Damoah (Sheffield) ran well on his home turf making the semi final of the 60m. James Habergham (Leeds Beckett) made the semi final of the 1500m. Chizute Ogbedeh (Cambridge) ran in both the 200m heats and the 4 x 200m relay. Ben Sutton competed in the long jump and the 4 x 200m relay. Good to see Leah Everson (Cambridge) back and racing in the 800m.

Past President Bill Foster was seen darting all over the arena, there supporting his athletes, as ladies athletics coach at Loughborough. Also spotted was VP Costas Karageorghis, in his role as coach and team manager to the Brunel team.

On the other side of the fence, running the show, was husband and wife duo of Mark Purser (Chief Starter - University of life) and Sam Purser track judge.

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