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Last updated 14 November 2018

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14/11/18

Kent League at Danson Park
With almost 50 club athletes in action at round three 3 of the Kent League held at Danson Park, the different age group teams had different levels of success.

For the first time in a while we were able to field a ladies team with Jess Keene finishing 6th, Carole Penlington 10th, Millie Smith 12th, Jenny Butler 26th and Lorna Clowes 33rd, giving Jess and Millie 1st and 2nd in the under 20 age group race.

The under 17 ladies packed 4 in the top 20 to lead the league with Ellie Osmond 2nd, Jess Neal 6th, Bethany Panton 8th and Emily Davis 19th, while the under 15 girls are also first in the league after 3 events fielding 12 athletes of which 5 made the top ten with Hannah Clark 2nd, Ellie Dolby 4th, Olivia Berry 5th, Daniella Harper 6th and Amelia Middleton 8th. The under 13 girls fielded 6 athletes and hold third place in the league with Carys Firth 7th, Sofia Plum-Maher 22nd and Olivia Magee-Brown 27th.

With no senior mens race at the event, the club had Callum Myatt take 2nd in the under 20 mens race with Theo Wood 9th, while Joseph Giorgiadis led the under 17 mens team to 3rd overall in the league so far with Henry Fisher 13th, Cameron Swatton 15th and Justin Strover 22nd, while the under 15 boys led home by Tom Brash in an excellent 4th place followed by Matthew Smith in 16th and Will Andrews in 17th to maintain 2nd place overall. The under 13 boys hold onto 4th place with three boys making the top 20 on the day with Arthur Starvis 11th, Jamie Sears 15th and Joshua Healey 19th.

Elsewhere in Spain at an international event in Burgos, the Atapuerca event had Will Fuller representing England in the mens senior race and he ran brilliantly for 33rd place and third Englishman home in the 9km race across flat but fast fields, against top class world opposition.

Nick Brooks

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24/10/18

Southern Cross Country Relays and 5 Mile Club Champs
Another great day for the young athletes of BBHAC with team win for the under 15 girls and the under 17 ladies teams, and a great bronze for the under 20 ladies team and the Southern XC relays at Wormwood Scrubs.

The under 15 girls team won in 21.38 after legs by Naomi Toft (7.09), Anwen Thomas (7.28) and Zakia Mossi (7.01) which was the fastest leg of the day. Just to underline our strength in depth in this age group the B team of Kate Price, Imogen Hadley and Olivia Berry were 5th with the C team 7th, and the D team 21st. The under 17 ladies team finished first as well with runs by Morgan Squibb (8.09) and third fastest leg of the day, Sophie Hoare (8.20) and Ava White (8.14) with the B team 6th and the C team 14th.

The ladies under 20 team of Iyata Santos (8.11), Madalina Samoila (9.20) and Millie Smith (8.42) took bronze with a combined time of 26.13, while the under 13 girls team of India Blakely, Francesca Middleton and Megan Slattery took 7th place with the B team in 9th.

There were no junior mens or boys teams in action nor a ladies senior team, but the men did finish 24th with Alex Gibbins, Tom Desborough, Dan Marks and Tim Ayres.

Elsewhere at the club the annual 5 mile XC Champs were held with wins for 17 year old Callum Myatt in 28.47 in the mens race and Jane Bradshaw winning the ladies race in 36.50.

Nick Brooks

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10/10/18

The national road relays were held in Birmingham this weekend and the club had many athletes and teams performing. Also Budapest marathon and Petts Wood 10km.

In the mens 6 stage road race the team ran solidly for 24th place with Charlie Davis running 18.19, Ross Braden 18.38, Will Fuller 17.42, Richard Webb 19.19, Alex Bruce Littlewood 18.46 and Ben Cockburn 19.36. The senior ladies were unable to complete a team but when they retired they were in 50th place thanks to legs by Millie Smith, Jane Bradshaw and Mel Kane.

In the under 17 ladies team race BBHAC finished a credible 5th place in 43.48 and only 69 seconds down on the winners with runs by Zoe White, Amy Miller and Morgan Squibb. The B team pushed them hard early on and finished 17th with Jess Neal, Emily Davis and Ellie Osmond. The mens under 17s team finished 35th with Joseph Giorgiades, Cameron Swatton and Henry Fisher, while the under 15 boys finished a very impressive 6th with Sam Reardon, Tom Brash and Frederick Georgiou all running superbly with the B team in 30th spot. The under 15 girls with Ellie Dolby, Hannah Clark and Daniella Harper ran well for 14th with the B team 58th.

Arthur Starvis, Joshua Healy and Jamie Sears brought the under 13 boys team home in 22nd place with the under 13 girls of Olivia Magee Brown, Carys Firth and Megan Slattery finishing 24th.

Elsewhere John Turner continued his long distance running when he completed the Budapest marathon which is a relative sprint for him in 4 hours 28 mins. It was hot and on a new route which John described as more hilly and boring.

There was also a big club turnout in the Petts Wood 10km event,

3

Robert Donohue

244

35:35:00

9

Luca Ercolani

265

38:21:00

17

Carole Penlington

689

40:55:00

36

Steve Evenden

274

42:39:00

83

Timothy Ayres

37

46:09:00

85

Adrian Stocks

851

46:13:00

88

Robert Brown

106

46:17:00

102

Luigi Arcuri

31

47:08:00

133

James Unwin

904

48:41:00

152

Austin Adams

19

49:20:00

158

Chris Pike

700

49:32:00

326

Zoe Kingsmell

488

55:00:00

355

Neil Roberts

750

55:49:00

368

Andrew Kingsmell

487

56:10:00

468

Anne Cilia

160

59:08:00

775

Wendy Leach

513

1:25:20

Nick Brooks

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3/10/18

Cheltenham Half Marathon and England Masters
With the track season now well over it is the turn of our longer distance runners to grab the spotlight for at least a few months.

At the Cheltenham half-marathon a team of 4 runners from the club participated with three of them establishing new pbs. First home was Ross Braden with his new pb of 72.50, followed by Chris Tuck on 17th place with 76.32. Tom Desborough claimed 37th spot with a pb of 81.45 and Richard Byford also ran a pb with 90.19 for 138th place. The race had 1556 finishers so a great performance by all 4 runners.

At the England Masters Inter Area XC match at Bury St Edmunds, Clare Elms finished 10th in the ladies race in 22.42 and first lady in the V50 category and only a little over a minute behind the overall winner.

Nick Brooks

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