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11-21 August 2022 - European Games, Munich 19-08-22

1-6 August 2022 - U20 World Championships, Cali, Colombia 7-08-22

28 July-8 August 2022 - Commonwealth Games, Birmingham 6-08-22

15-24 July 2022 - World Championships in Oregon, USA 25-07-22

8 May 2022 - British Masters Pentathlon, Oxford 12-05-22


11-21 August 2022 - European Games, Munich


Dina takes Silver in the 200m of the European Championships 19 August 19-08-22


Selected for the European Championships - Dina Asher-Smith - 100, 200, 4x100, Jahisha Thomas - long jump, Divine Oladipo - shot, Bekah Walton - javelin, Adam Gemili - 4x100, Phil Sesemann - marathon. 30-07-22

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1-6 August 2022 - U20 World Championships, Cali, Colombia



"Gave it my all out there, the wheels fell of last fifty but still to come away with 5th at a world champs is something I can be proud of." - Well done Sam, 800m U20 World Champs in Colombia

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28 July-8 August 2022 - Commonwealth Games, Birmingham



6 August - Joe Ellis just missed the Bronze medal, finishing 4th in the Commonwealth Games Hammer


Adam Gemili, Dina Asher Smith, Divine Oladipo and Joseph Ellis have been selected to represent England in Birmingham. 22-06-22

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15-24 July 2022 - World Championships in Oregon, USA


23 July - Dina ran third leg in the 4 x 100m relay final, had a problem, recovered and helped the GB team to 6th place overall. Adam's team in the men's event won the Bronze medal - Adam ran in the heats but not the final.




21 July - Dina takes the Bronze medal in the 200m in 22.02.



19 July - Dina runs 10.83 to equal her own PB, Club record & National record in finishing 4th in the 100m final.

18 July - Adam runs 20.60 in the 200m heats, but does not qualify for the next round.

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8 May 2022- British Masters Pentathlon, Oxford


Alex Pope, Clem Leon, Blair Wilson, Ian Firla

With multi events becoming more popular largely thanks to an excellent coaching set up and grassroots program it was great to see a good representation for Blackheath and Bromley in the British Masters Pentathlon Championship at the weekend with Alex Pope and Blair Wilson representing the club in the M35, Ian Firla in the M50 and Clem Leon in the M65.

In the M35s after a strong start by Alex, his campaign for a medal was sadly ended by injury before the two track events, both left to the end due to a scheduling issue. This schedule played out well for Blair who had been consistent throughout the competition. A strong win in the 1500m with a big gap between him and reigning jumps champion Dan Brown from Salisbury ARC currently in second place awarded Blair the silver medal and a club record for the event.

The other medal for Blackheath and Bromley was won by Clem Leon in the over 65s who narrowly missed out on gold by just 87 points from Alan Redman of Houghton Harriers. A fantastic effort from one of the most consistent performers all day, beating most of the guys in the age category below him as well earned him a Silver.

A very strong performance and a club record for Ian Firla in the M50s in a tough field saw him come forth, more to come from Ian in the future as multi-eventing is relatively new to him.

Up the 'heath,

Blair Wilson


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