by: Geoff Morphitis | 22nd Aug 2014 18:40:38
The timetable for Saturdays LICC meeting is at the bottom of the Fixtures page

by: Alan Weller | 21st Aug 2014 11:07:26
Hi All,
Happy Birthday this week to Frank Attoh, Evey Becker, Kimmel Gordon-Tindle, Oyinade Omidiora, Fatoumata Savadogo, Philip Shelley, Stuart Singer, James Sothcott, Ellie Spain

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place in Zurich, Switzerland on 12-17 August.
DAY 5 16 AUGUST – 4 x 400m Relay Heat 2 RICHARD MORRISSEY ran a very solid Leg 3 for the Ireland team, which finished in 3rd place in a new Ireland National Record (3:03.57) qualifying for tomorrow’s Final.
DAY 6 17 AUGUST – 4 x 400m Relay Final RICHARD MORRISSEY ran Leg 3 again for the Ireland team, which finished in a superb 5th place breaking their own Ireland National Record which they set in the Semi-Final (3:01.67)

NICK PERCY USA BOUND – NICK is off to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln soon where he will study Health, Exercise and Nutritional Science. The University is one of the oldest in America, and recently celebrated its 145th Anniversary on 15 February 2014. Nebraska is a mid-western state and Lincoln is an up-and-coming city of 300,000 people.

Two recent (Huskers) athletes competed in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow for Jamaica. Chad Wright finished 6th in the Discus final throwing (60.33m) and Nicholas Gordon in the Long Jump heats jumped (7.37m). Carl Myerscough one of GBs most successful athlete (Shot) is a former Husker, and holds the UNL record in the Shot (21.92m) and Discus (65.10m)

MEDALS AT THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND U15/U17 CHAMPIONSHIPS – Congratulations to our medalists EAVION RICHARDSON (Gold), JAMIE DEE (Silver) and ELLIOT DEE (Bronze) which took place at Crystal Palace on 16-17 August
200m – U17W Heat 2 EAVION RICHARDSON U17 4th (25.65 w-0.6 m/s) in the Final EAVION finished 4th (25.84 w-2.6 m/s), U15G Heat 4 JESSICA HURLEY U15 6th (27.67 w-2.9 m/s) in the Semi-Final 2 JESSICA finished 7th (27.34 w-1.5 m/s)
300m – U15G Heat 1 JESSICA HURLEY U15 7th (45.01)
1500m – U17M Heat 1 JAMIE DEE U17 3rd (4:14.22) in the Final JAMIE won the Silver Medal (4:08.5), U15B Final ELLIOT DEE U15 won the Bronze Medal (4:17.83)
Long Jump – U17W Final EAVION RICHARDSON U17 won the Gold Medal (5.67m)
Hammer 5kg – U17M Final BILLY PRAIM-SINGH U17 (2nd Claim) 5th (56.89m)
Javelin 500g – U17W Final EAVION RICHARDSON U17 6th (24.98m)

MEDALS AT THE SCOTTISH SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Congratulations to our medalists ANGUS MCINROY (Gold), RACHEL HUNTER (Silver) and CHRIS BENNETT (Silver) which took place in Kilmarnock on 16-17 August
400m Hurdles – GEMMA NICOL 4th (PB 61.38)
Discus 2kg – ANGUS MCINROY won the Gold Medal (50.74m)
Hammer 4kg – RACHEL HUNTER U23 won the Silver Medal (61.43m)
Hammer 7.26g – CHRIS BENNETT won the Silver Medal (70.68m)

BMC GRAND PRIX – Took place at a very windy Solihull on 16 August. The race of the meeting came from KYLE LANGFORD who finished only .74 of a second behind the winner Vincent Kibet of Kenya, also ANTHONY WHITEMAN and MELISSA COURTNEY produces season’s best runs ranked them UK No.1 and 8 respectively.
800m – Race A KYLE LANGFORD U20 2nd (1:47.45) only .04 of a second off his personal best, RICHARD CHARLES U23 6th (1:49.36), Race C BEN ROCHFORD U20 4th (1:54.24), Race H TED NTIBAZONKIZA U20 4th (1:59.00)
1500m – Race A ANTHONY WHITEMAN V40 5th (SB 3:44.28) taking 5.22 seconds off his 9 August time, and is ranked UK No.1 V40 in 2014, Race C PHILLIP CROUT U20 11th (3:55.76)
3000m – Race A MELISSA COURTNEY U23 1st (SB 9:34.17) and is ranked UK No.8 U23 in 2014
5000m – Race A MICHAEL CALLEGARI U23 5th (14:17.54)

DIAMOND LEAGUE – Takes place in Birmingham this Sunday 24 August. Competing is YAMILE ALDAMA (Triple Jump) and KYLE LANGFORD who is running in the 600m race and will be taking on a certain DAVID RUDISHA.

ENGLAND ATHLETICS WEBSITE – This is the link showing their current information
http://www.englandathletics.org/

RUN! LONDON NEWSLETTER – This is the link to the August edition
http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=593e83c3ed041a839b72f1c09&id=cf6f308b61&e=12c253a365

ELEANOR HUNT – In October I’m heading off to Bangladesh for 10 weeks as part of International Citizen Service to work with local communities in need of support on a development project (exact details TBC). As part of this I have to fundraise £800 for Y Care International (one of the development charities supported by ICS). I am doing a range of fundraising activities including a raffle and cake sales. I am also taking on the Live Below the Line Challenge where for one week I spend just £1 a day on food (not an easy task for a hungry runner!) and would really appreciate it if you could share my just giving page www.justgiving.com/Eleanor-Hunt4 in one of your Shaftesbury update emails as I am struggling to get sponsorship! I also have a blog www.icsadventure.wordpress.com where people can find further information. It’s important to note that the £800 does not go directly towards my volunteering trip (as this is government funded) but instead ensures the charity can reach out to more communities in need. Do get in touch if you have any questions. Many thanks

FLAMSTEAD 10k – Takes place on Sunday 19 October. GORDON BANKS Allianz Park Stadium Director is involved in organising a local 10k event in his village, Flamstead which is 30 minutes up the M1 from Allianz Park. Attached is the flyer giving information and entry details. The route is wonderful taking in some beautiful Herts countryside so I think it will become a very popular 10k event.

UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 3 WEEKS

WATFORD OPEN GRADED MEETING – Takes place on Wednesday 27 August at Woodside Stadium, Horseshoe Lane, Watford WD25 7HH, nearest large car park if the facility car parks are full is the Leavesden Country Park off College road WD5 0NR (approximately 1100 metres) which is a continuation of Horseshoe Lane. Age-Groups are Under13 up to Veteran Men & Women (Under 13s may only compete in those events allowed by UK Athletics rules). Entry cost is £4 for one event, £6 for two or more events. Entries from 5.30pm, there may be separate desks for different events.
Start times and events 7.00pm 400m no U13s, 7.15pm Long Jump, 7.30pm 1500m no times over 5m 45s please, 9.00pm 3000m. Please enter yourself by using the following link to download on the Day Entry Form, also you can check on any last minute information
http://www.watfordharriers.org.uk/indexnc.htm then select Watford Open Graded Meetings at the top of the page.

LONDON INTER CLUB CHALLENGE – Takes place on Saturday 30 August at Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon NW4 1Rl, and Is free to all members of Shaftesbury, but why not bring a friend and introduce him to athletics (there is a charge of £2 per event for non-members). Registration opens at 10.30am, and closes 30 minutes before the published start time. All events are for both male and female age-groups unless stated. Both track and field events commence at 12 noon. Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and register.
For timetable please use the following link http://www.londonathletics.org/sites/default/files/LICC%20timetable%20AP%2030%2008%2014.pdf

QUADKIDS – Takes place prior to the London Inter Club Challenge on Saturday 30 August. CLYDE GORDON will be managing the event, with registration from 9.30am, first event starts at 10.00am, and completion around 11.30am, and is free to enter for Shaftesbury members and is £2 for non-members. Quadkids is primarily for school years 3 to 7 inclusive, ie age 7 to 12 and includes the four core disciplines of running (600m), throwing (Vortex Howler), jumping (Long Jump) and sprinting (75m). All are welcome and Parents you may be asked to join in by helping out on maybe one of the events.

UK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE UPPER AGE-GROUP NATIONAL FINAL -
Takes place on Sunday 7 September at the Alexander Stadium, Walsall Road, Perry Bar, Birmingham B42 2LR. Following the paper match result Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers and Team Avon will now contest the final, along with Team Edinburgh, Team Glasgow, Birchfield Harriers, Rugby & Northampton, Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow and Blackheath & Bromley. For timetable please use the following link http://www.ukydl.org.uk/UKYDL%20UAG%20finals%20timetables%202014.pdf

EASTERN YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE PLATE FINAL – Takes place on Sunday 7 September at the Ipswich Athletic Track, Northgate Sports Centre, Sidegate Lane West, Ipswich IP4 3DJ. Competing teams are B&D/SBH, Dacorum & Tring, Ipswich, Chelmsford, Cambridge & Coleridge and St Albans. This season we finished above all the competing teams except Dacorum & Tring, who finished just above us in Match 4.
For timetable please use the following link http://www.eyal.org.uk/USERIMAGES/EYAL%20Finals%20Timetable%202014.pdf

EUROPEAN JUNIOR CLUBS CUP – The European Champion Clubs Cup for Juniors is an inter-club competition organised by the European Athletics Association on a country by country basis. The competition involves the champion teams, on a separate basis as between men and women, organised as 3 divisions of 8. The GB&NI representatives, are selected following the Youth Development League final, so that the 2013 men’s and women’s winners compete in the 2014 European event. At the 2014 event, SBH for the men and Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow for the women, are in the top division with relegation for the bottom 2 countries and promotion for the top 2 from each division. This year, the top division meeting is being held in Castellon, near Valencia, Spain on Saturday 20 September.

The SBH team fly out on the Friday and return on the Sunday. It is a very high quality meeting with many European and World Junior representatives competing. SBH have been the only GB club to ever win either title when they won men’s title in 2012. For many of our Junior members this is the first experience of international competition. The club pay the bulk of the cost, although each athlete does make a contribution to the weekend. It’s a great team bonding exercise and has formed the basis of our senior success in recent years.

RESULTS – I endeavour to publish as many results as possible, as my main source is the power of 10 website. Unfortunately all races do not make the PO10. Therefore feel free to e-mail me the race, date and result if you have it, if not the result there is a good chance I can find it on Google.

OTHER RESULTS TRACK & FIELD UNLESSS STATED
The Newham Open Meeting took place on 17 August
100m – Race SMH3 NENGI OSSAI V35 2nd (10.98 w-0.8 m/s), Race SWH1 SHEREEN CHARLES 1st (12.49 w1.1 m/s) in the subsequent Race SW SHEREEN finished 1st (12.59 w0.4 m/s)
200m – Race SM3 LLOYD GUMBS 3rd (22.80 w0.5 m/s), Race SM5 NENGI OSSAI V35 1st (22.51 w1.4 m/s)

The Burnham Beeches Half Marathon (Road) took place at Farnham Common on 17 August
RUSSELL DEVITT V60 228th (11th V60 1:47.39), BARRY CHISOLM V50 243rd (27th V50 1:48.47)

The Birchwood 10k (Road) took place in Warrington on 17 August
PAUL SIMONS V50 28th (2nd V50 36.35)

The Watford Open Meeting took place on 13 August
100m – Race SX1 SCARLETT KENT U13 5th (PB 14.83 w0.0 m/s) taking .27 of a second off her 2013 time
800m – Race SX3 SCARLETT KENT U13 7th (2:35.69), SX4 JUDAH YAWITCH U13 3rd (2:30.64), REBECCA HURLEY U17 4th (PB 2:30.93) taking 1.31 seconds off her April time, LIA RADUS U13 5th (2:31.34), JO KENT V45 9th (2:34.55), Race SX6 ELBY CINNAMOND U13 1st (PB 2:20.94) taking 2.16 seconds off his 3 August time, Race SX8 HENRY ROCHA U15 2nd (PB 2:19.92) taking .74 of a second off his June time, RUFUS KENT U15 8th (2:21.89), JESSICA HURLEY U15 10th (2:22.57), Race SX9 LIANNE LANGFORD U17 3rd (PB 2:17.62) taking .52 of a second off her 2013 time, NATALIE CONNOR U20 11th (SB 2:21.78), Race SX11 HENRY FULTON U15 9th (PB 2:17.83) taking .37 of a second off his June time, Race SX14 THOMAS FULTON U15 2nd (PB 2:05.48) taking 1.60 seconds off his June time, JEREMY DEMPSEY U15 6th (PB 2:07.01) taking 8.00 seconds off his 2013 time, HAMZA KADIR U15 10th (2:09.60), Race SX18 MOHAMED MOHAMED U23 1st (SB 1:57.69) taking 1.10 seconds off his January time, KHALID-ALI AHMED U17 3rd (PB 1:58.61) taking .81 of a second off his May time, Race SX19 DAVID BOWERS 1st (PB 1:55.53) taking 4.09 seconds off his July time, GLEN WATTS 3rd (SB 1:56.04) taking 3.22 seconds off his May time, Race SX20 ADAM THORPEU20 10th (1:59.90)
Shot 3kg FIONA MCQUIRE U17 (2nd Claim) 1st (10.86m)

The BMC Gold Standard Races took place in Watford on 13 August
800m – Men’s Race C ROCKY HARRISON U23 3rd (PB 1:54.26) taking .66 of a second off his 2012 time, PHILLIP CROUT U20 4th (PB 1:54.65) taking 3.49 seconds off his 2013 time, Women’s Race A MELISSA COURTNEY U23 3rd (2:08.15)

The British Masters Championships took place in Birmingham on 9-10 August
100m M35 Heat 1 NENGI OSSAI V35 1st (11.14 w0.8 m/s)
200m M35 Heat 2 NENGI OSSAI V35 1st (22.55 w-0.3 m/s)
400m W45 Final LISA WEBB V45 4th (SB 68.79)
800m W45 Final JO KENT V45 4th (2:39.51)
1500m W45 Final JO KENT V45 won the Bronze Medal (5:05.82), LISA WEBB V45 4th (5:07.27)
5000m W45 Final JO KENT V45 won the Gold Medal (PB 18:37.45) taking 3.97 seconds off her April time

PARKRUN RESULTS
16 August – OAK HILL – MOHAMED MOHAMED U23 1st (First Time 16.23, KHALID-ALI AHMED U17 2nd (New PB 16.31), HAMZA KADIR U15 4th (New PB 18.42), LIA RADUS U13 7th (New PB 19.35), SAAM KYU SMART U15 12th (20.28), GABRIELLA KYRIACOU U17 15th (21.07), LIDIA KYRIACOU U15 16th (21.09), MAAYAN RADUS U11 15th (22.18), SUZU SATO U23 24th (22.37), MARIE SATO U15 31st (23.34), YEE YEWT SMART U20 44th (26.43) – BUSHEY – JEREMY SOTHCOTT V50 441st (First Time 25.51) - PECKHAM RYE – JAMES TRAPMORE V35 2nd (First Time 18.25) - ST ALBANS – SAM GRIFFITHS U20 1st (New PB 16.09), RACHEL FELTON V35 3rd (New PB 16.41)

PHOTOGRAPH’S– From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used.

Please click on the link to access the SBH Website http://www.sbharriers.co.uk If you view the News section then Club News, you will find the current and previously issued newsletters. Also there is Indoor News which also has the current and previously issued newsletters. We would welcome any comments you may have on the website.

This is the link to the London Athletics website, which contains useful information http://www.londonathletics.org/node/630

England Athletics London Region and the Saracens Foundation have appointed JARED KEELY as the Urban Athletics Activator for the London Borough of Barnet. JARED is based at Allianz Park and can be contacted on 020-3675-7243 or by email on jaredkeely@allianzpark.com

ALLIANZ PARK Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7200, then press 4 for Athletics.

CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £22.00, Annual fee £264.00 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £11.00, Annual fee £132.00 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.70, Monthly fee £16.50, Annual fee £198.00.
The above fees include the 10% discount which is given to members of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, if you are a new member you can pick up a discount form from the reception at Allianz Park.
Any official coach of SBH gains entry free of charge.

All membership enquiries should be directed towards beckyhall@saracens.net

Alan

by: Alan Weller | 14th Aug 2014 14:12:28
Hi All,
Happy Birthday this week to Yamile Aldama, Dean Benzaken, Melissa Courtney, Daniel Greenstein, Rachel Hunter, Lidia Kyriacou, John Naylor, Kemi Olonade, Zachary Randall, Ian Tullet, Edwin Yamoah

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – Takes place in Zurich, Switzerland on 12-17 August.
DAY 1 12 AUGUST – 400m Heat 2 RICHARD MORRISSEY ran a personal best (46.20) finishing in 6th place qualifying as one of the fastest losers for tomorrow’s semi-final. RICHARD took .22 of a second off his previous PB set in 2013.
400m Hurdles Heat 3 SEB RODGER running his 2nd fastest time of the year, qualified fairly comfortably in 3rd place for tomorrow’s semi-final (49.88)
10000m Final BETH POTTER U23 competing just 10 days after her superb Commonwealth Games, PB at 10000m and her fine run the 5000m, was showing some signs of tiredness when finishing 14th (32:53.17) another fine performance
DAY 2 13 AUGUST – 400m Hurdles Semi-Final 1 SEB RODGER produced his best run of the year (49.47) finishing in 4th place, just missing out on qualification to the final. SEB took .04 of a second off his May time, and is ranked UK No.4 in 2014.
400m Semi-Final 2 RICHARD MORRISSEY running from Lane 1 was slightly below par finishing in 8th place (46.64)

ORLANDO EDWARDS – Congratulations to ORLANDO who competed in the British Athletic World Mountain Running Championships (Trial Race), which took place in Sedbergh, Cumbria on 9 August.
Orlando finished in 4th place (48.32), the course was 10km in length, which included 920m of climbing and 450m of descending. With the 3rd place runner electing to run for New Zealand, Orlando seems to think that he will now get automatic qualification for the GB Mountain Running team that travel to Casette di Massa, Italy on 14 September.
Orlando has now competed for the GB Mountain Running team (either European or World Championships) for six consecutive years - every year since I took up Mountain Running.

EDWIN YAMOAH WINS 3 GOLD AND 1 SILVER MEDALS – Congratulations to EDWIN who competed in the British Transplant Games in Bolton on 7-10 August. The conditions were described as terrible, with Sundays programme suspended for some time. EDWIN successfully defended his 100m, 200m and Long Jump titles and also retained the Carl Whittaker Trophy with the fastest 100m time on the day.
100m - 1st (12.08), 200m - 1st (24.5) electronic time no available yet, 400m - 2nd (awaiting full result), Long Jump - 1st (5.54m).

SOPHIE CONNOR – SOPHIE has recently enrolled at the University of New Mexico, which is situated in the heart of Albuquerque and occupies nearly 800 acres along old Route 66. SOPHIE having just completed a first in History at the University of Warwick, at UNM she will be studying for a Master’s in Business Administration. The Campus is located at an altitude of some 7,000 to 8,000 feet which she feels will be of great benefit to her for the future.

Six of the current track & field athletes at UNM competed in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Michael Solomon Trinidad & Tobago finished 6th in the 400m final, Luke Caldwell (Scotland) 14th, Adam Bitchell (Wales) 15th and Keith Gerrard (Isle of Man) 22nd in the 10000m, finally in the heats of the 1500m, David Bishop (Scotland) 8th and Lee Emanuel (England) 11th.

RUN! LONDON NEWSLETTER – This is the link to the August edition
http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=593e83c3ed041a839b72f1c09&id=cf6f308b61&e=12c253a365

UK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE RECORDS – Which are held by the following SBH athletes (as at 22-06-14) Under 20 Women – SABRINA BAKARE 400m (54.40) 28-04-13, LIZZIE BIRD 800m (2:11.37) 28-07-13, LIZZIE BIRD 1500m (4:33.14) 28-07-13, SHADINE DUQUEMIN Discus (50.56m) 28-07-13, SHADINE DUQUEMIN Shot (14.00m) 28-04-13. Under 20 Men – OJIE EDOBURUN 100m (10.58) 02-06-13 OJIE was with Enfield & Haringey at the time, NICK PERCY Discus (60.75m) 28-04-13, MATTHEW MARTIN Javelin (60.41m) 28-04-13. Under 17 Men – BILLY KELSEY 800m (1:56.88) 08-09-13, ADAM THORPE 1500m Steeplechase (4:29.57) 02-06-13. Under 17 Women – EAVION RICHARDSON Long Jump (5.84m) 01-06-14.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE RECORDS – Currently the oldest record for Divisions 1 to 3 was set in 2011. Shaftesbury re-entered the league this season and our Hammer throwers were on fire, setting new league records - Division 3 DEMPSEY MCGUIGAN Hammer (64.18m) 17-05-14, LOUISA JAMES Hammer (59.13m) 02-08-14. Also the Division 2 record is held by LOUSA JAMES Hammer (57.08m) 19-05-12 she was with Hastings at the time.

ELEANOR HUNT – In October I’m heading off to Bangladesh for 10 weeks as part of International Citizen Service to work with local communities in need of support on a development project (exact details TBC). As part of this I have to fundraise £800 for Y Care International (one of the development charities supported by ICS). I am doing a range of fundraising activities including a raffle and cake sales. I am also taking on the Live Below the Line Challenge where for one week I spend just £1 a day on food (not an easy task for a hungry runner!) and would really appreciate it if you could share my just giving page www.justgiving.com/Eleanor-Hunt4 in one of your Shaftesbury update emails as I am struggling to get sponsorship! I also have a blog www.icsadventure.wordpress.com where people can find further information. It’s important to note that the £800 does not go directly towards my volunteering trip (as this is government funded) but instead ensures the charity can reach out to more communities in need. Do get in touch if you have any questions. Many thanks

FLAMSTEAD 10k – Takes place on Sunday 19 October. GORDON BANKS Allianz Park Stadium Director is involved in organising a local 10k event in his village, Flamstead which is 30 minutes up the M1 from Allianz Park. Attached is the flyer giving information and entry details. The route is wonderful taking in some beautiful Herts countryside so I think it will become a very popular 10k event.

UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 3 WEEKS

WATFORD OPEN GRADED MEETING – Takes place on Wednesday 27 August at Woodside Stadium, Horseshoe Lane, Watford WD25 7HH, nearest large car park if the facility car parks are full is the Leavesden Country Park off College road WD5 0NR (approximately 1100 metres) which is a continuation of Horseshoe Lane. Age-Groups are Under13 up to Veteran Men & Women (Under 13s may only compete in those events allowed by UK Athletics rules). Entry cost is £4 for one event, £6 for two or more events. Entries from 5.30pm, there may be separate desks for different events.
Start times and events 7.00pm 400m no U13s, 7.15pm Long Jump, 7.30pm 1500m no times over 5m 45s please, 9.00pm 3000m. Please enter yourself by using the following link to download on the Day Entry Form, also you can check on any last minute information
http://www.watfordharriers.org.uk/indexnc.htm then select Watford Open Graded Meetings at the top of the page.

LONDON INTER CLUB CHALLENGE – Takes place on Saturday 30 August at Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon NW4 1Rl, and Is free to all members of Shaftesbury, but why not bring a friend and introduce him to athletics (there is a charge of £2 per event for non-members). Registration opens at 10.30am, and closes 30 minutes before the published start time. All events are for both male and female age-groups unless stated. Both track and field events commence at 12 noon. Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and register.
For timetable please use the following link http://www.londonathletics.org/sites/default/files/LICC%20timetable%20AP%2030%2008%2014.pdf

QUADKIDS – Takes place prior to the London Inter Club Challenge on Saturday 30 August. CLYDE GORDON will be managing the event, with registration from 9.30am, first event starts at 10.00am, and completion around 11.30am, and is free to enter for Shaftesbury members and is £2 for non-members. Quadkids is primarily for school years 3 to 7 inclusive, ie age 7 to 12 and includes the four core disciplines of running (600m), throwing (Vortex Howler), jumping (Long Jump) and sprinting (75m). All are welcome and Parents you may be asked to join in by helping out on maybe one of the events.

UK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE UPPER AGE-GROUP NATIONAL FINAL -
Takes place on Sunday 7 September at the Alexander Stadium, Walsall Road, Perry Bar, Birmingham B42 2LR. We are still awaiting confirmation that we are in the final.

EASTERN YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE PLATE FINAL – Takes place on Sunday 7 September at the Ipswich Athletic Track, Northgate Sports Centre, Sidegate Lane West, Ipswich IP4 3DJ. Competing teams are B&D/SBH, Dacorum & Tring, Ipswich, Chelmsford, Cambridge & Coleridge and St Albans. This season we finished above all the competing teams except Dacorum & Tring, who finished just above us in Match 4.
For timetable please use the following link http://www.eyal.org.uk/USERIMAGES/EYAL%20Finals%20Timetable%202014.pdf

EUROPEAN JUNIOR CLUBS CUP – The European Champion Clubs Cup for Juniors is an inter-club competition organised by the European Athletics Association on a country by country basis. The competition involves the champion teams, on a separate basis as between men and women, organised as 3 divisions of 8. The GB&NI representatives, are selected following the Youth Development League final, so that the 2013 men’s and women’s winners compete in the 2014 European event. At the 2014 event, SBH for the men and Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow for the women, are in the top division with relegation for the bottom 2 countries and promotion for the top 2 from each division. This year, the top division meeting is being held in Castellon, near Valencia, Spain on Saturday 20 September.

The SBH team fly out on the Friday and return on the Sunday. It is a very high quality meeting with many European and World Junior representatives competing. SBH have been the only GB club to ever win either title when they won men’s title in 2012. For many of our Junior members this is the first experience of international competition. The club pay the bulk of the cost, although each athlete does make a contribution to the weekend. It’s a great team bonding exercise and has formed the basis of our senior success in recent years.

BRITISH ATHLETICS LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP ROUND 4 – Took place on 5 July in Sportscity, Manchester, for the Power of 10 results use this link http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=105264 once you access the PO10 result you can select “External Result” at the top of the page which will then load the official results.

Match Result 1st City of Manchester 376 points, 2nd SBH 319, 3rd Birchfield Harriers 278, 4th Enfield & Haringey 272, 5th City of Sheffield 268, 6th Newham & Essex Beagles 266, 7th City of Liverpool 227, 8th Cardiff 189
Final League Positions 1st City of Manchester 1295 match points 29 league points, 2nd SBH 1270.5 (26), 3rd City of Sheffield 1063 (17), 4th Birchfield Harriers 1054.5 (16), 5th Newham & Essex Beagles 1062 (15), 6th Enfield & Haringey 1024 (15), 7th Cardiff 931 (14), 8th City of Liverpool 975 (12)

The 4th and last round of the 2014 BAL Premiership was a tense day of inter-club athletics. To retain our title we had to win the match in Manchester and Sale, the local club had to finish 3rd or worst. Well it never looked like happening as a weakened SBH team took on the challenge. It was a two horse race all afternoon with the other 6 clubs more worried by relegation than separating us and Sale, who eventually emerged as clear winners with SBH as clear runners-up. Nevertheless we had some great performances.

The highlight was the sprints. OJIE EDOBURUN, after his fine 6th place at the World Juniors 100m in Oregon, made his debut in the BAL Premiership with an awesome performance in the 100m in beating a class field in a PB and Club Junior record of 10.30. ANTONIO INFANTINO was in great form coming into the meeting with recent PBs at both 100m and 200m. He had a very busy afternoon, coming 2nd in the 200m in his 3rd best ever time of 20.84, running the non-scoring 100m in 10.62 and then taking on both relays. They were ably supported by CONFIDENCE LAWSON, who was 2nd in both the “B” string 100m and 200m. The 3 of them combined with ZANSON PLUMMER to record the best UK club 4 x 100m time of the year of 40.58 which was less than 1/10 outside the club record which has stood for 23 years.

Of the many other highlights, special mention must be made of club captain, ANTHONY WHITEMAN . He won a beautifully judged 800m in 1.50.09, then ran a tactical 1500m finishing 2nd in 3.49.50, making sure he saved some energy which allowed him to run a storming 49.4 leg in the 4 x 400m relay. ANTHONY is an inspiration to all athletes in the Club, he committed himself to all 4 league meetings and the European Clubs Cup and is always the first to volunteer to double up when we have a selection problem.

Back to the Premiership, Cardiff and Liverpool were relegated and Woodford Green and City of Glasgow were promoted. So 2015 looks even tougher and SBH will require full support to regain the Premiership title

100m (A) OJIE EDOBURUN U20 1st (PB 10.30 w0.0 m/s) taking .02 of a second off his July time, and is ranked UK No.1 U20 in 2014, (B) CONFIDENCE LAWSON 2nd (10.76 w-0.5 m/s), Non Scoring Race 1 ANTONIO INFANTINO 2nd (10.62 w0.0 m/s), Race 2 ZANSON PLUMMER U20 5th (11.14 w0.0 m/s), 200m (A) ANTONIO INFANTINO 2nd (20.84 w0.0 m/s), (B) CONFIDENCE LAWSON 2nd (SB 21.58 w0.3 m/s) taking .05 of a second off his April time, 400m (A) KRIS ROBERTSON 7th (47.89), (B) KYLE LANGFORD U20 3rd (48.28), 800m (A) ANTHONY WHITEMAN V40 1st (1:50.09), (B) BEN ROCHFORD U20 7th (1:58.55), 1500m (A) ANTHONY WHITEMAN V40 2nd (SB 3:49.50) taking .67 of a second off his May time, and is ranked UK No.1 V40 in 2014, (B) MOHAMED MOHAMED U23 7th (PB 4:01.07) taking 6.93 seconds off his July time, 3000m (A) MICHAEL CALLEGARI U23 4th (8:17.39), (B) DAVID BOWERS 7th (PB 9:02.86), 110m Hurdles (A) TOM CAREY 5th (SB 15.39 w-0.5 m/s) taking .01 of a second off his 2 August time, B) MAURICE RYAN 5th (15.56 w-0.6 m/s), 400m Hurdles (A) LLOYD GUMBS 7th (54.69), (B) TOM CAREY 3rd (SB 54.76) taking .34 of a second off his July time, 3000m Steeplechase (A) GLEN WATTS 2nd (9:03.70), (B) ADAM THORPE U20 5th (PB 10:16.15), 4 x 100m Relay 1st (PB 40.58), ANTONIO INFANTINO, OJIE EDOBURUN U20, ZANSON PLUMMER U20, CONFIDENCE LAWSON, taking .39 of a second of the 2011 time, PO10 only go back as far as 2008, and is ranked UK No.6 in 2014, 4 x 400m Relay 6th (3:13.98) KRIS ROBERTSON (48.6), ANTHONY WHITEMAN V40 (49.4), KYLE LANGFORD U20 (48.0), ANTONIO INFANTINO (48.0), High Jump (A) AKIN COWARD U20 5th (2.00m), (B) ADE ADEFOLALU U20 6th (1.80m), Pole Vault (A) ETHAN WALSH U20 5th (4.20m), (B) MATTHEW HALL U20 5th (PB 3.00m) adding 10cm to his May vault, Long Jump (A) DAN BRAMBLE 2nd (7.61m w0.4 m/s), (B) NONSO OKOLO 3rd (6.81m w1.0 m/s), Triple Jump (A) NATHAN FOX 3rd (14.93m w0.0 m/s), (B) DAN BRAMBLE 1st (PB 14.88m w0.4 m/s) adding 32cm to his 2010 jump, Shot 7.26kg (A) ZANE DUQUEMIN 2nd (17.36m), (B) GREGORY THOMPSON U23 1st (13.42m), Discus 2kg (A) ZANE DUQUEMIN 2nd (56.93), (B) ANGUS MCINROY 1st (56.22m), Hammer 7.26kg (A) CHRIS BENNETT 4th (66.28m), (B) DEMPSEY MCGUIGAN U23 3rd (60.85), Javelin 800g (A) AIDAN REYNOLDS U23 8th (54.82m), (B) GREGORY THOMPSON U23 7th (PB 46.66) adding 6.06m to his April throw

RESULTS – I endeavour to publish as many results as possible, as my main source is the power of 10 website. Unfortunately all races do not make the PO10. Therefore feel free to e-mail me the race, date and result if you have it, if not the result there is a good chance I can find it on Google.

OTHER RESULTS TRACK & FIELD UNLESSS STATED
The England Athletics U15/U17 Combined Events Championships took place in Bedford on 9-10 August
Decathlon/Octathlon - DYLAN CARLSSON-SMITH U17 – 100m (PB 12.04 w1.5 m/s) taking .57 of a second off his 2013 time - 400m (56.15) - 1500m (DNF) - 100m Hurdles (14.98 w-1.1 m/s) – High Jump (1.74m) – Pole Vault (NH) – Long Jump (PB 5.84m w2.5 m/s) adding 4cm to his March jump – Shot 5kg (11.43m) – Discus 1.5kg (PB 32.27m) adding 4.61m to his June throw – Javelin 700g (41.11m) – Decathlon 8th (PB 4557 points), Octathlon 7th Place (3914 points)

The Lee Valley Sprints Meeting took place on 6 August
100m – Race SX1 OJIE EDOBURUN U20 2nd (10.40 w-0.8 m/s), ANTONIO INFANTINO 5th (10.56 w-0.8 m/s), Race SX12 REGINALD OKEHIE U20 1st (PB 11.21 w0.7 m/s) taking .02 of a second off his July time, Race SX18 ZANSON PLUMMER U20 4th (11.14 w0.0 m/s)
100m – Race SX1 ANTONIO INFANTINO 2nd (PB 20.69 w-0.1 m/s) taking .01 of a second off his July time, and is ranked UK No.8 in 2014, OJIE EDOBURUN U20 3rd (PB 21.13 w-0.1 m/s) taking .16 of a second off his April time, and is ranked UK No.4 U20 in 2014, Race SX10 ZANSON PLUMMER U20 4th (22.37 w0.5 m/s)

The Woking Open Meeting took place on 6 August
800m – Race SX1 GABRIELLE COVENEY (HCA) 5th (SB 2:17.08) taking .71 of a second off her July time

The Mile End Open Meeting took place on 4 August
100m – Race SX1 RICHARD MORRISSEY 3rd (10.85 w0.6 m/s), BAMI FALANA U23 6th (11.18 w0.6 m/s), Race SX2 NENGI OSSAI V35 1st (11.14 w-2.0 m/s)
200m – Race SX1 RICHARD MORRISSEY 2nd (21.48 w1.6 m/s), LLOYD GUMBS 6th (22.82 w1.6 m/s), Race SX2 NENGI OSSAI V35 1st (22.50 w1.5 m/s)

PARKRUN RESULTS
9 August – OAK HILL – DANIEL DAVIES 1st (First Time 16.39), KIERAN MORELAND U23 4th (First Time 19.05), SAAM KYU SMART U15 10th (20.24), SUZU SATO U23 21st (22.44), YEE YEWT SMART U20 44th (27.15) – ALBERT PARK, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – CLAIRE SIMM 105th (First Time 24.53) - BUSHEY – LIA RADUS U13 58th (First Time 20.03), MAAYAN RADUS U11 84th (New PB 23.03) - GLADSTONE – EMMA DWAN U17 31st (23.17) - ST ALBANS – ASHOK MATHUR U20 6th (18.00), MIA GROOM U13 196th (First Time 22.48)

PHOTOGRAPH’S– From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used.

Please click on the link to access the SBH Website http://www.sbharriers.co.uk If you view the News section then Club News, you will find the current and previously issued newsletters. Also there is Indoor News which also has the current and previously issued newsletters. We would welcome any comments you may have on the website.

This is the link to the London Athletics website, which contains useful information http://www.londonathletics.org/node/630

England Athletics London Region and the Saracens Foundation have appointed JARED KEELY as the Urban Athletics Activator for the London Borough of Barnet. JARED is based at Allianz Park and can be contacted on 020-3675-7243 or by email on jaredkeely@allianzpark.com

ALLIANZ PARK Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7200, then press 4 for Athletics.

CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £22.00, Annual fee £264.00 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £11.00, Annual fee £132.00 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.70, Monthly fee £16.50, Annual fee £198.00.
The above fees include the 10% discount which is given to members of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, if you are a new member you can pick up a discount form from the reception at Allianz Park.
Any official coach of SBH gains entry free of charge.

All membership enquiries should be directed towards beckyhall@saracens.net

Alan

by: Alan Weller | 7th Aug 2014 10:14:48
Hi All,
Happy Birthday this week to Shani Anderson, Lily Beckford, Neil Burnside, Juliet De Freitas Vile, Emily Ferenczi, Avigdor Fogelman, Zoe Levin, Euan Mackenzie, Hana McEwan, Kayomie Thompson, Gerda Vaitkaityte

COMMONWEALTH BRONZE MEDAL FOR JADE LALLY
– Following her 6th place in Delhi in 2010, JADE won a well-deserved Bronze Medal. Her 6 throws were a model of consistency with 3 season’s best throws, JADE’S Bronze Medal throw came in the 5th round (60.48m) which is only 28cm behind her personal best set in 2011. She is now firmly the UK No.1 Discus thrower in 2014, and has now recorded 5 throws this season further than the UK No.2 Kirsty Law (57.15m)

COMMONWEALTH GAMES – Glasgow on 27 July to 2 August
DAY 4 30 JULY – 800m Heat 4 MARILYN OKORO (England) finished in 5th place (2:03.90) and qualified for the Semi-Final
400m Hurdles Heat 2 SEB RODGER (England) finished in 4th place (50.45)
Discus Pool A NICK PERCY U23 (Scotland) finished in 5th place (56.71m), Pool B ANGUS MCINROY (Scotland) finished in 7th place (SB 57.28m) adding 46cm to his May throw, and is ranked UK No.6 in 2014, ZANE DUQUEMIN (Jersey) finished in 8th place (57.26), ANGUS and ZANE qualified for the Final
DAY 5 31 JULY – 800m Semi-Final MARILYN OKORO (England) finished in 8th place (2:06.75)
100m Hurdles Heat 3 KYLIE ROBILLIARD (Guernsey) finished in 6th position (14.20 w-0.4 m/s)
Discus Women’s Qualifying JADE LALLY (England) with her 3rd throw finished in 5th place (57.13m) qualifying for the Final, SHADINE DUQUEMIN U23 (Jersey) finished in 14th place (48.77m)
Discus Men’s Final ZANE DUQUEMIN (Jersey) finished in 8th place (59.39m), ANGUS MCINROY (Scotland) finished in 12th place (54.12m)
DAY 6 1 AUGUST – Pole Vault Final GREGOR MACLEAN (Scotland) was injured in warm-up and therefore was unable to clear the opening height
Triple Jump Pool A NATHAN FOX (England) qualified for the final with his 1st attempt (16.17m w0.8 m/s), DANIEL LEWIS (Jamaica) qualified for the final also with his 1st attempt (16.17m w0.5 m/s)
4 x 400m Relay Men’s Heat 3 KRIS ROBERTSON (Scotland) ran on Leg 1 with Scotland finishing 3rd (3:03.94) which is a Scottish record
4 x 400m Relay Women’s Heat 2 GEMMA NICOL (Scotland) ran on Leg 3 with Scotland finishing 4th (3:33.91)
DAY 7 2 AUGUST – 5000m Final BETH POTTER (Scotland) following her outstanding run in the 10000m, BETH produced another top performance finishing in 9th place (15:44.38)
Triple Jump Final which took place in torrential rain NATHAN FOX (England) finished 6th (16.26m w0.6 m/s) which was his 5th attempt, DANIEL LEWIS (Jamaica) finished 7th (16.09m w0.6 m/s) which was his 2nd attempt
Pole Vault Final ZOE BROWN (Northern Ireland) failed to clear her opening height (3.80m) with the conditions absolutely horrendous
4 x 400m Relay Men’s Final KRIS ROBERTSON (Scotland) again ran Leg 1 with Scotland finishing 5th (3:04.07)

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – Best wishes to BETH POTTER U23, SEB RODGER and RICHARD MORRISSEY who will be competing in the European Championships which take place in Zurich, Switzerland on 12-17 August. BETH (10000m) and SEB (400m Hurdles) are in the GB & NI team. RICHARD is in the Ireland 4 x 400m Relay squad.

LIAM DEE USA BOUND – LIAM is off to USA on 15 August to Iona University where he will study biology. This is a small school with approximately 4800 students and is situated in 'New Rochelle' a suburb of New York and about 19miles from down town Manhattan.
Athletically they are a distance running specialist University with big designs on the NCAA cross country championships. They were 6th team last year and are looking to improve on this over the next few years. They have a new international intake of scholarship athletes from at least UK, Germany, Kenya and of course the USA.
LIAM is one of three British athletes to start this year with several Brits already in attendance including Kate Avery who was 4th in the women’s 10,000m at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and incidentally the men’s marathon silver medallist from Glasgow, Kenya’s Stephen Chemlany is an ex Iona student/athlete.
LIAM feels he will benefit from the training group/company and is looking forward to racing a few indoor meets in Jan/Feb time.

KYLE LANGFORD – At last week’s World Junior Championships KYLE ran in the final of the 800m suffering with a stomach bug, after being up most of the night it was touch and go whether he would run.

MIDDLESEX WIN INTER COUNTIES – The U15/U20 Inter County Championships took place at Allianz Park on 3 August. CLYDE GORDON was the Middlesex Team Manager for the U20 Men/Women and they turned in an awesome performance to win the Inter Counties for the first time since its inauguration in 1989.

Our athletes won 3 Gold Medals - SABRINA BAKARE U20 (Beds 400m), SOPHIA PARVIZI-WAYNE U20 (Middx 1500m) and AILIS MCGOVERN U20 (Kent Pole Vault), 5 Silver Medals - GEORGE GROOM U15 (Herts 1500m), DJANIRA COSTA U20 (Middx 100m Hurdles), ADE ADEFOLALU U20 (Middx Long Jump), JAMES HAMBLIN U20 (Essex Shot) and REBECCA KEATING U20 (Berks Hammer) finally 2 Bronze Medals - ADAM SHIRET U15 (Herts 800m) and YASMIN LAKIN U20 (Herts Triple Jump). For the full results see “Other Results”.

COACHING MASTER CLASS – Takes place at Allianz Park, Indoor Area on Wednesday 13 August. Coaches ALAN LAUNDER and TOM MCNAB will be taking the session.

The North London Network has taken the opportunity of organising the above Master Class. These two coaches have a long list of achievements over many years including the development and launch of the very successful 5 STAR AWARD SCHEME. Attached is a document which give you all some background. ALAN was head of PE at Dr Challenors School in Buckinghamshire which at the time was one of the leading schools for athletics in the UK. The participants will be split into 2 groups focusing on each event with a Q&A session at the end.
The Master Class will be free to all participants ie both coaches and their athletes. Invitation has been sent to the local Networks as well advertising it through the London website and England Athletics.
I think this will be an excellent event for all coaches whatever their status and experience. Although based on PV and TJ, the principles to be followed will apply to the teaching of all events.

Please e-mail GEOFF MORPHITIS at geoffrey.morphitis@capeandd.com if you wish to attend

UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 3 WEEKS

BRITISH ATHLETIC LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION ROUND 4 – Takes place on Saturday 9 August at Sportcity, Gate 13, Rowsley Street, Manchester M11 3FF. This is the club meeting of the year, we must win if we are to have any chance of retaining our Premiership title. For timetable please use the following link http://www.bal.org.uk/bal/portal/main/Information/10%20Downloads/Page_1/2014%20-%20TT-BAL%20Standard%20Joint%20fixture.pdf

WATFORD OPEN GRADED MEETING – Takes place on Wednesday 13 August at Woodside Stadium, Horseshoe Lane, Watford WD25 7HH, nearest large car park if the facility car parks are full is the Leavesden Country Park off College road WD5 0NR (approximately 1100 metres) which is a continuation of Horseshoe Lane. Age-Groups are Under13 up to Veteran Men & Women (Under 13s may only compete in those events allowed by UK Athletics rules). Entry cost is £4 for one event, £6 for two or more events. Entries from 5.30pm, there may be separate desks for different events.
Start times and events 7.00pm 100m, 7.15pm Shot, 7.30pm BMC, 8.05pm 800m no times over 2m 45s please. Please enter yourself by using the following link to download on the Day Entry Form, also you can check on any last minute information
http://www.watfordharriers.org.uk/indexnc.htm then select Watford Open Graded Meetings at the top of the page.
BMC events please use this link to enter http://www.britishmilersclub.com/enteronline/ Closing Date Friday 8 August. Timetable 7.30pm M800m U17 & older (1.52 and below), W800m U17 & older (2.10 and below), M1500m U17 & older (3.49 and below), W1500m U17 & older (4.25 and below).

SOUTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION 3 NORTH ROUND 5 – Took place on Saturday 2 August at Allianz Park. Match Result 1st West Suffolk/Diss 274 points, 2nd B&D/SBH 268, 3rd Colchester & Tendring 193, 4th Loughton 127 - Final League Positions (Top 6) - 1st West Suffolk/Diss 1417.5 match points 24 league points, 2nd B&D/SBH 1290.5 (22), 3rd Cambridge & Coleridge 1391.5 (21), 4th Hillingdon 1251 (21), 5th Serpentine 1217 (21), 6th London Heathside 1276 (19)

For the Power of 10 results use this link http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=103510 once you access the PO10 result you can select “External Result” at the top of the page which will then load the official results.

Summary of the season is as follows, Match 1 (Watford) we finished the day winning by 49 points, Match 2 (Braintree) we made in 2 wins in a row finishing 13 points in front of Hillingdon,
Match 3 (Allianz Park) this was win number 3 winning by a clear 60 points, Match 4 (Battersea) we finished runners up to a very strong Serpentine team, Match 5 (Allianz Park) what a performance losing the match by just 6 points to the League Winners West Suffolk/Diss.

This was our first season back in the Southern League, and has certainly been a success by gaining promotion to Division 2 North. It has been good to see not only our Junior athletes, but many of our Senior athletes competing. Which I am sure they have enjoyed and benefitted from being a member of our winning team.

There were wins from BETH ANDERSON (3000m), ARIANA GOMES (Pole Vault), NENE HARRISON (Long Jump), LUCY UNDERDOWN (Shot, Discus & Javelin), KAYOMIE THOMPSON (Shot, Discus & Hammer), LOUISA JAMES (Hammer), LOUIS UBAKA (100m), TOM CAREY (110m & 400m Hurdles), MAURICE RYAN (110m Hurdles), MATTHEW HALL (Pole Vault), TAARIQ JOHN-CLARKE (Triple Jump), GREGORY THOMPSON (Shot & Discus), ANTHONY SOALLA-BELL (Discus) and CLYDE GORDON (Hammer)

WOMEN 100m (B) SARENA CLARKE U20 2nd (13.9), 200m (A) SARENA CLARKE U20 2nd (28.9), 400m (A) MAGGIE COOPER V45 4th (79.5), 800m (B) MAGGIE COOPER V45 2nd (2:54.8), 3000m (A) BETH ANDERSON V35 1st (10:44.1), 4 x 100m Relay 3rd (57.6), High Jump (A) SARENA CLARKE U20 3rd (1.15m), Pole Vault (A) ARIANA GOMES U20 1st (2.60m), Long Jump (B) NENE HARRISON 1st (4.33m), Shot 4kg (A) LUCY UNDERDOWN 1st (12.97m), (B) KAYOMIE THOMPSON U20 1st (10.90m), Discus 1kg (A) LUCY UNDERDOWN 1st (45.79m), (B) KAYOMIE THOMPSON U20 1st (37.83m), Hammer 4kg (A) LOUISA JAMES U23 1st (59.13m), (B) KAYOMIE THOMPSON U20 1st (32.99m), Javelin 600g (A) NICOLE CARA 2nd (24.94m), (B) LUCY UNDERDOWN 1st (24.19m)

MEN 100m (A) LOUIS UBAKA U23 1st (11.4), 110m Hurdles (A) TOM CAREY 1st (15.4), (B) MAURICE RYAN 1st (15.5), 400m Hurdles (A) TOM CAREY 1st (56.0), 4 x 100m Relay 1st (46.9), 4 x 400m Relay 2nd (3:35.1), High Jump (A) AKIN COWARD U20 2nd (1.95m), (B) CLYDE GORDON V45 2nd (1.55m), Pole Vault (B) MATTHEW HALL U20 1st (2.80m), Long Jump (A) TAARIQ JOHN-CLARKE U23 2nd (6.06m), Triple Jump (A) TAARIQ JOHN-CLARKE U23 1st (13.13m), Shot 7.26kg (A) GREGORY THOMPSON U23 1st (11.75m), Discus 2kg (A) GREGORY THOMPSON U23 1st (54.01m), (B) ANTHONY SOALLA-BELL V35 1st (33.64m), Hammer 7.26kg (A) GREGORY THOMPSON U23 2nd (39.74m), (B) CLYDE GORDON V45 1st (23.18m)

NON SCORING 100m NENE HARRISON (14.3), Long Jump ROSALIND ZEFFERT V50 (3.54m), Discus MATTHEW HALL U20 (29.50m)

EASTERN YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE ROUND 5 – Took place in Bedford on Sunday 3 August, with the Barnet & District/Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers composite team finishing in 2nd place.
Match Result 1st Bedford 830.5 points, 2nd B&D/SBH 600, 3rd Ipswich 577.5, 4th Woodford Green & Essex Ladies 355, 5th Enfield & Haringey 334, 6th Herts Phoenix 286, 7th Luton 259

Final League Positions 1st Stevenage & North Herts 3937 match points 34 League points, 2nd Bedford 3776.5 (33), 3rd Norwich 3370 (32), 4th Havering 3426 (31), 5th Basildon 3369.5 (31), 6th Nene Valley 3409 (29) – The first six teams contest the league final at Bedford on Sunday 7 September – 7th Dacorum & Tring 3191.5 (29), 8th B&D/SBH 3085 (29), 9th Ipswich 3119 (28), 10th Chelmsford 3189 (27), 11th Cambridge & Coleridge 2862.5 (26), 12th St Albans 2464.5 (24) – teams in 7th to 12th place contest the plate final on Sunday 7 September, venue to be decided

Well done to every athlete and parents who turned out throughout the season, also the Team Managers with so many events to fill, did a fantastic job.

Summary of the season is as follows, Match 1 (Woodford) we finished the day in an excellent 3rd place, Match 2 (Braintree) which was also an excellent result winning a close match, Match 3 (Allianz Park) on home ground we were convincing winners by a margin of 44 points, Match 4 (Stevenage) unfortunately we were short of athletes on the day finishing up in 4th place, this indirectly cost us a top 6 finish.

There were wins from JODY WALKER-PAYNE (200m), OLIVIA BOWEN (800m), FREDDIE SHIRET (800m), FINN HARVEY (1500m), BEN BELLISARIO (High Jump), ELLIOT DEE (800m), THOMAS FULTON (1500m), HENRY FULTON (1500m), WILLIAM PRIOR (Discus), EMMA BABALOLA (Discus), KHALID-ALI AHMED (1500m), TITUS TAN (100m Hurdles), NABIL HAQUE (Shot) and ALFIE INGHAM (Javelin)

Under 13 Girls – 100m (A) JODY WALKER-PAYNE 4th (14.0), (B) MANUELLA ALVAREZ 2nd (PB 13.9) taking .02 of a second off her June time, 200m (B) JODY WALKER-PAYNE 1st (29.5), 800m (A) SCARLETT KENT 2nd (2:37.7), (B) OLIVIA BOWEN 1st (2:40.6), 1500m (A) LIA RADUS 2nd (5:11.7), (B) MIA GROOM 2nd (5:28.4), 70m Hurdles (B) SCARLETT KENT 3rd (SB 15.8) taking .72 of a second off her May time, High Jump (A) MIA GROOM 3rd (PB 1.25m) adding 5cm to her June jump, (B) SCARLETT KENT 3rd (1.10m), Long Jump (A) JODY WALKER-PAYNE 3rd (4.07m), (B) MANUELLA ALVAREZ 4th (3.38m), Discus 0.75kg (A) MIA GROOM 4th (PB 15.59m) adding 88cm to her July throw, Javelin 400g (B) LIA RADUS 3rd (PB 7.02m) adding 4cm to her May throw, 4 x 100m Relay 2nd (57.0)

Under 13 Boys – 100m (A) FREDDIE SHIRET 5th (PB 14.4) taking .54 of a second off his May time, (B) BEN BELLISARIO 3rd (PB 14.5), 200m (A) ELBY CINNAMOND 3rd (28.6), (B) FREDDIE NEWING 3rd (PB 30.0), 800m (A) ELBY CINNAMOND 3rd (PB 2:23.1) taking 1.08 seconds off his June time, (B) FREDDIE SHIRET 1st (2:30.6), 1500m (A) FINN HARVEY 1st (4:50.2), 75m Hurdles (A) BEN BELLISARIO 3rd (13.4), (B) FREDDIE NEWING 2nd (PB 13.7) taking .60 of a second off his July time, High Jump (A) BEN BELLISARIO 1st (1.35m), (B) FREDDIE NEWING 2nd (PB 1.20m), Long Jump (A) ELBY CINNAMOND 4th (4.05m), (B) FREDDIE SHIRET 2nd (3.96m), Discus 1kg (A) FINN HARVEY 5th (PB 9.05m), 4 x 100m Relay 3rd (57.5)

Under 15 Girls - 100m (B) ROBYN PALMER 4th (13.6), 200m (B) TILLY SUTHERLAND-YOUNG 5th (PB 29.9) taking 1.59 seconds off her April time, 300m (A) JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 4th (PB 46.6), (B) HANNAH O’SHEA 4th (50.4), 800m (A) JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 4th (2:38.7), 70m Hurdles (A) HANNAH O’SHEA 4th (13.6), Long Jump (A) HANNAH O’SHEA 2nd (4.37m), (B) ROBYN PALMER 4th (3.74m), Discus 1kg (A) EMMA TAYLOR 6th (13.20m), Javelin 500g (B) EMMA TAYLOR 2nd (14.36m), 4 x 100m Relay 2nd (54.0)

Under 15 Boys – 100m (B) GREG HURLEY 6th (PB 13.5) taking .27 of a second off his July time, 300m (B) HAMZA KADIR 3rd (PB 44.8), 800m (A) ELLIOT DEE 1st (2:09.2), (B) HAMZA KADIR 2nd (2:14.3), 1500m (A) THOMAS FULTON 1st (4:28.3), (B) HENRY FULTON 1st (4:42.8), Long Jump (B) RUFUS KENT 6th (3.83m), Shot 4kg (A) WILLIAM PRIOR 2nd (9.82m), Discus 1.25kg (A) WILLIAM PRIOR 1st (24.27m), (B) GREG HURLEY 4th (PB 14.50m), Hammer 5kg (A) MAX CASTANG 4th (PB 8.22m), Javelin 500g (A) GREG HURLEY 4th (PB 21.15m), 4 x 100m Relay 4th (54.3)

Under 17 Women - 100m (A) LOLA DOWNES 5th (SB 13.9) taking .19 of a second off her May time, (B) TAHLIA BAILEY 4th (14.3), 200m (A) REBECCA HURLEY 4th (28.9), (B) LAYLA WALKER-LAWRENCE 3rd (28.0), 300m (A) REBECCA HURLEY 2nd (44.3), (B) CHLOE GOODSON 2nd (PB 51.0), 800m (A) SOPHIE BOWEN 2nd (2:29.9), 1500m (A) CHLOE GOODSON 3rd (5:22.5), 80m Hurdles (A) LOLA DOWNES 2nd (13.0), (B) ESTHER AKWAJI 2nd (SB 14.4) taking 3.56 seconds off her June time, High Jump (A) ESTHER AKWAJI 3rd (PB 1.50m) adding 5cm to her April jump, Long Jump (A) LOLA DOWNES 6th (3.53m), Triple Jump (A) ESTHER AKWAJI 3rd (9.82m), Discus 1kg (B) EMMA BABALOLA 1st (14.84m), Hammer 3kg (A) EMMA BABALOLA 4th (23.76m), Javelin 500g (B) EMMA BABALOLA 2nd (PB 17.62m) adding 2.95m to her May throw, 4 x 100m Relay 4th (54.8)

Under 17 Men – 100m (B) ANDRE BESWICK 3rd (12.1), 200m (A) ANDRE BESWICK 6th (25.7), 400m (A) KHALID-ALI AHMED 3rd (PB 55.4) equalling his 2013 time, 800m (A) KHALID-ALI AHMED 2nd (2:02.8), 1500m (A) KHALID-ALI AHMED 1st (4:25.8), 100m Hurdles (A) ADAM ABDICHE 3rd (17.9), (B) TITUS TAN 1st (PB 18.2) taking .25 of a second off his June time, High Jump (A) ADAM ABDICHE 4th (PB 1.65m) equalling his April jump, Long Jump (A) TITUS TAN 5th (4.96m), (B) ANDRE BESWICK 4th (3.87m), Triple Jump (A) TITUS TAN 2nd (11.76m), Shot 5kg (A) NABIL HAQUE 1st (PB 10.84m), Discus 1.5kg (A) NABIL HAQUE 4th (PB 23.31m), (B) ALFIE INGHAM 3rd (PB 19.48m), Javelin 700g (A) ALFIE INGHAM 1st (50.63m), (B) ADAM ABDICHE 2nd (23.65m)

Non-Scoring
Under 13 Girls – 100m NICOLE BOWEN (PB 14.6), 200m MANUALLA ALVAREZ (30.7) taking .01 of a second off her May time, DARA APOOLA (PB 31.9)
Under 13 Boys – 800m DANIEL GREENSTEIN (2:39.9), SAMUEL GREENSTEIN (PB 2:56.2), 1500m MATTI HARRIS (PB 5:21.4) taking 8.40 seconds off his May time
Under 15 Girls - 300m TILLY SUTHERLAND-YOUNG (48.0), 1500m MAAYAN RADUS (5:36.2), GEMMA HARPER (5:40.6), Shot EMMA TAYLOR (PB 7.11m) adding 92cm to her July put
Under 15 Boys – 800m THOMAS PATRICK (2:17.5), HENRY ROCHA (2:24.1), JACK BLOOM (PB 2:25.6) taking 8.23 seconds off his June time, ALFIE CASTANG (2:45.8), WOODY CASTANG (2:53.2), MAX CASTANG (SB 2:58.3), 1500m RUFUS KENT (4:59.5),
17 Men – 800m OLIVER GREENSTEIN (PB 2:18.8) taking 2.90 seconds off his July time

THE UK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE UPPER AGE-GROUP SOUTHERN PREMIER 1
Final League Positions 1st Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow 22 league points 2712 match points,
2nd Blackheath & Bromley 18 (2586), 3rd SBH 15 (2511), 4th Team Norfolk 12 (2319.5), 5th Reading 9.5 (2330), 6th Tonbridge 7.5 (2137.5)

The season turned out to be somewhat a rollercoaster of a ride, we started Match 1 (Norwich) giving the eventual league winners WSEH a real fright finishing just 5.5 points behind them. Unfortunately our U20 4x100m men’s relay team were disqualified even though they clearly won the race in 43.80. Match 2 (Bromley) was the difference between us finishing 2nd instead of 3rd, due to a very much weakened combined team could not cover the many gaps due to exams and injuries particularly on the women’s side. The men were equal 1st whilst the women were 6th. However on a combined basis the team ended in a disappointing final place of 6th on the day. Match 3 (Eton) was a much better team performance clearly establishing SBH in 3rd place on the day and 3rd overall after 3 rounds.
Match 4 (Allianz Park) we finished the season as we started it finishing runners up to WSEH.

Currently we are so privileged to have so many talented under17 and under 20 athletes, next season we will be considerably stronger with many of our under 15 boys and girls being eligible to compete.

Apologies non-scoring results are not available as yet, and will be published next week

RESULTS – I endeavour to publish as many results as possible, as my main source is the power of 10 website. Unfortunately all races do not make the PO10. Therefore feel free to e-mail me the race, date and result if you have it, if not the result there is a good chance I can find it on Google.

OTHER RESULTS TRACK & FIELD UNLESSS STATED
The Copenhagen Games took place in Denmark on 6 August
100m – Heat 3 GREG CACKETT (HCA) 3rd (10.56 w0.0 m/s) in Race A GREG finished 6th (10.61 w0.0 m/s)
Triple Jump – DANIEL LEWIS 5th (15.82m)
Shot 7.26kg – ZANE DUQUEMIN 5th (17.31m)

The South of England U15/U20 Inter County Championships took place at Allianz Park on 3 August
100m – U20M Heat 1 ANDREW AMOAH U20 (Middx) 5th (11.36 w-1.9 m/s), U20W Heat 1 EAVION RICHARDSON U17 (Beds) 5th (12.72 w-2.2 m/s) in the Final EAVION finished 6th (12.95 w-3.0 m/s)
400m – U20W Heat 1 SABRINA BAKARE U20 (Beds) 1st (55.73) in the Final SABRINA won the Gold Medal (54.51)
800m – U15B Heat 2 ADAM SHIRET U15 (Herts) 3rd (2:10.77) in the Final ADAM won the Bronze Medal (2:05.73), U15G Heat 1 JESSICA HURLEY U15 (Herts) 5th (2:25.84) in the Final JESSICA finished 6th (2:25.93)
1500m – U20M Straight Final SAM GRIFFITHS U20 (Herts) 10th (4:13.29), U20W Straight Final SOPHIA PARVIZI-WAYNE U20 (Middx) won the Gold Medal (PB 4:31.76), U15B Straight Final GEORGE GROOM U15 (Herts) won the Silver Medal (4:19.62)
75m Hurdles – U15G Heat 1 RACHAEL CARTER U15 (Middx) 4th (12.20 w-1.3 m/s) in the Final RACHAEL finished 7th (12.37 no wind recorded)
100m Hurdles – U20W Straight Final DJANIRA COSTA U20 (Middx) (2nd Claim) won the Silver Medal (15.46 w-3.7 m/s)
110m Hurdles – U20M Straight Final MATTHEW HALL U20 (Herts) finished 6th (15.87 w0.4 m/s)
2000m Steeplechase – U20M Straight Final DALTON MCGUIGAN U20 (Middx) finished 5th (6:38.98)
High Jump – U20W Straight Final MEGAN SMITH U20 (Herts) (2nd Claim) finished 4th (1.65m)
Pole Vault – U20W Straight Final AILIS MCGOVERN U20 (Kent) (2nd Claim) won the Gold Medal (PB 3.80m) equalling her August height, and is ranked UK No.5 U20 in 2014
Long Jump – U20M Straight Final ADE ADEFOLALU U20 (Middx) won the Silver Medal (6.44m w0.3 m/s), U20W Straight Final YASMIN LAKIN U20 (Herts) finished 5th (5.08m w-4.2 m/s)
Triple Jump – U20W Straight Final YASMIN LAKIN U20 (Herts) won the Bronze Medal (11.48m w1.9 m/s)
Shot 6kg – U20M Straight Final JAMES HAMBLIN U20 (Essex) (2nd Claim) won the Silver Medal (PB 13.24m) adding 27cm to his June put, and is ranked UK No.4 U20 in 2014
Shot 4kg – U20W Straight Final EAVION RICHARDSON U17 (Beds) finished 11th (PB 8.68m)
Discus 1.75kg – U20M Straight Final IZAIAH TURNER U20 (Middx) (2nd Claim) finished 10th (27.36m), MATTHEW HALL U20 (Herts) finished 11th (20.98m)
Discus 1kg – U20W Straight Final KAYOME THOMPSON U20 (Middx) finished 6th (37.91m)
Hammer 6kg – U20M Straight Final FELLAN MCGUIGAN U20 (Middx) finished 4th (61.00m)
Hammer 4kg – U20W Straight Final REBECCA KEATING U20 (Berks) won the Silver Medal (50.11m)

County Results were as follows – U20 Men/Women 1st Middlesex 132 points, 2nd Surrey 116, 3rd Essex 110, 8th Hertfordshire 63. U15 Boys/Girls 1st Essex 113 points, 2nd Surrey 98.5, 3rd Kent 95, 4th Middlesex 92, 6th Hertfordshire 82.

The Harting Trail Race took place in East Sussex on3 August
RUSSELL DEVITT V60 111th (23rd over 55 1:27.31) 10 miles, hilly almost all off road

The York 10K (Road) took place on 3 August
ROBRT RIGBY V50 42nd (37.20)

The Watford Open Graded Meeting took place on 30 July
200m – Race 4 EDWIN YAMOAH 1st (SB 24.83 w0.2 m/s),
1500m – Race 7 LIANNE LANGFORD U17 3rd (PB 4:48.07) taking .45 of a second off her 2013 time, HENRY ROCHA U15 16th (4:58.98), Race 10 HENRY FULTON U15 6th (4:35.17), THOMAS PATRICK U15 7th (PB 4:35.65) taking .56 of a second off his 2 July time, JOE CHOTT U15 11th (PB 4:39.67) taking 44.03 seconds off his 2012 time, Race 13 CHARLIE GRIFFITHS U17 13th (PB 4:30.30) taking 1.17 seconds off his 27 July time, JAMIE HARPER U15 16th (4:31.46), Race 14 JEREMY DEMPSEY U15 5th (4:19.41), GEORGIA BELL U23 18th (4:39.92), Race 15 MELISSA COURTNEY U23 14th (4:14.77), Race 16 BILLY KELSEY U20 6th (SB 4:07.57) taking 4.84 seconds off his June time, MOHAMED MOHAMED U23 7th (4:07.59), KHALID-ALI AHMED U17 8th (PB 4:08.08) taking 8.40 seconds off his 2013 time, TED NTIBAZONKIZA U20 9th (PB 4:08.18) taking 4.84 seconds off his June time, Race 17 DAVID BOWERS 2nd (PB 4:03.47) taking 4.45 seconds off his 2013 time
3000m – Race 1 BETH ANDERSON 20th (10:43.61), Race 3 PHILLIP CROUT U20 9th (PB 8:22.83) taking 1.68 seconds off his 2013 time

The Meeting National de Castres took place in Castres, Franceon 30 July
100m – Race 1 GREG CACKETT (HCA) 7th (10.52 w2.2 m/s)
200m – Race 1 GREG CACKETT (HCA) 4th (21.22 w0.3 m/s)

The Southern Counties Inter Counties Match took place Kingston on 26 July
1500m – U13B Race A FINN HARVEY U13 2nd (PB 4:42.11) taking 3.35 seconds off his July time, and is ranked UK No.10 U13 in 2014, U13G Race A MIA GROOM U13 6th (PB 5:12.71) taking 1.40 seconds off her May time
High Jump – U13B Pool A LOUIS DAVIS U13 1st (1.50m), BEN BELLISARIO U13 7th (1.40m)
Javelin 400g – U13G Pool B GABRIELLA MURRAY-PANAYIOTOU U13 3rd (24.70m)

The Semi Marathon Marvejols Mende took place in Lozere, France on 27 July
RUSSELL DEVITT V60 1530th (101st V60 2:21.58) the race was 22.4K over two mountain passes involving 1500 feet of climbing. Winner was Luka Kanda of Kenya (1:13.07)

PARKRUN RESULTS
2 August – OAK HILL – DYLAN MICHEL U11 10th (First Time 20.37), SUZU SATO U23 28th (22.46), MARIE SATO U15 30th (23.04) – HAMPSTEAD HEATH – NIKOLINA BANOVIC U13 89th (27.27)
26 July – HEATON PARK – PAUL SIMONS V50 7th (23.040.24),

PHOTOGRAPH’S– From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used.

Please click on the link to access the SBH Website http://www.sbharriers.co.uk If you view the News section then Club News, you will find the current and previously issued newsletters. Also there is Indoor News which also has the current and previously issued newsletters. We would welcome any comments you may have on the website.

This is the link to the London Athletics website, which contains useful information http://www.londonathletics.org/node/630

England Athletics London Region and the Saracens Foundation have appointed JARED KEELY as the Urban Athletics Activator for the London Borough of Barnet. JARED is based at Allianz Park and can be contacted on 020-3675-7243 or by email on jaredkeely@allianzpark.com

ALLIANZ PARK Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7200, then press 4 for Athletics.

CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £22.00, Annual fee £264.00 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £11.00, Annual fee £132.00 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.70, Monthly fee £16.50, Annual fee £198.00.
The above fees include the 10% discount which is given to members of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, if you are a new member you can pick up a discount form from the reception at Allianz Park.
Any official coach of SBH gains entry free of charge.

All membership enquiries should be directed towards beckyhall@saracens.net

Alan

by: Alan Weller | 3rd Aug 2014 11:51:13
Hi All,
Happy Birthday this week to Lis Ahlstrom, Kate Barber, Sagie Benaim, Rainer Burchett, John Dryden, Teigue McAuliffe, James Trapmore, Layla Walker-Lawrence, Victoria Webster

COMMONWEALTH GAMES – Glasgow on 27 July to 2 August
DAY 1 27 JULY – SHOT
7.26kg Pool A ZANE DUQUEMIN (Jersey) produced a seasons best (18.90m) to finish in 4th place, adding 4cm to his March put and ranks him UK No.1 in 2014
Hammer 4kg Pool A RACHEL HUNTER U23 (Scotland) produced a throw of (61.91m) finishing in 6th place, in the Final RACHEL improved to (63.29m) earning her a final position of 7th place
DAY 2 28 JULY – SHOT 7.26kg Final ZANE DUQUEMIN (Jersey) could not quite match his Qualifying put due to a slight injury, and finished in 9th place (18.16m)
High Jump Pool A DAVID SMITH (Scotland) was jumping with an injury finished equal 6th (2.11m), Pool B ALLAN SMITH U23 (Scotland) did not start
Triple Jump Pool B YAMILE ALDAMA V40 (England) qualified for the final in 2nd place with her 1st jump (13.29m)
Hammer Pool A CHRIS BENNETT (Scotland) finished in 4th place (68.01m) with his 1st attempt, DEMPSEY MCGUIGAN U23 (Northern Ireland) finished in 6th place (66.16m) with his 3rd attempt, both CHRIS and DEMPSEY qualified for the final
Decathlon WILLEM COERTZEN (South Africa) 100m Heat 3 3rd (PB 10.88 888 points) taking .01 of a second off 2009 time, Long Jump Pool A 5th (7.40m Total 1798 points), Shot 8th (13.70m Total points 2508 points), High Jump 8th (1.87m Total points 3195 points), unfortunately due to an injury WILLEM was unable to start the 400m.
DAY 3 29 JULY – 10000m Final BETH POTTER (Scotland) had what can only be described as the race of her life, and with just 10 laps to go she led the 3 Kenyan athletes for 4 laps. BETH finished in 5th place having a domestic battle with Kate Avery of England who just piped her on the line. BETH ran a personal best (32:33.36) taking 12.33 seconds off her May time, and ranks her UK N0.5 in 2014, also a New Club Record eclipsing the 32:36.07 set by SARAH WALDRON on 6 April 2012
Triple Jump Final YAMILE ALDAMA V40 (England) did not start
Hammer Final DEMPSEY MCGUIGAN U23 (Northern Ireland) finished in 11th place (64.79m), CHRIS BENNETT (Scotland) finished in 12th place (61.92m)
DAY 4 30 JULY – 800m Heat 4 MARILYN OKORO (England) finished in 5th place (2:03.90) and qualified for the Semi-Final
400m Hurdles Heat 2 SEB RODGER (England) finished in 4th place (50.45)
Discus Pool A NICK PERCY U23 (Scotland) finished in 5th place (56.71m), Pool B ANGUS MCINROY (Scotland) finished in 7th place (56.28m), ZANE DUQUEMIN (Jersey) finished in 8th place (57.26), ANGUS and ZANE qualified for the Final

WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place in Eugene. Oregon, USA on 22-27 July
DAY 4 25 JULY – 800m Heat 4 KYLE LANGFORD had an excellent start finishing in a close 2nd place (1:49.73) qualifying for the Semi-Final
DAY 5 26 JULY – 800m Semi-Final Heat 1 KYLE LANGFORD had the race under his control, with 3 of them breaking away from the field KYLE came home in 2nd place (1:48.76) qualifying for tomorrow’s Final
4 x 400m Relay Heat 1 GB & NI had a comfortable win by over 3 seconds (SB 3:35.37) with SABRINA BAKARE bringing the team home on the final leg
DAY 6 27 JULY – 800m Final KYLE LANGFORD after qualifying in a well-run semi-final was on the back foot from the start of the race, as the 2 Kenyan athletes spread-eagled the field going through 400m in (49.42), KYLE never recovered and finished in 8th place (1:55.21)
4 x 400m Relay Final GB & NI won a superb Silver Medal and was always in contention with the American squad (SB 3:32.00), SABRINA BAKARE ran Leg 3 and closed to within 3 metres behind the American runner

THE UK YOUTH DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE UPPER AGE-GROUP SOUTHERN PREMIER 1 – The final match took place on Sunday 27 July at Allianz Park. For the Power of 10 results use this link
http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=103282 this is the link for the “External Results” http://www.thepowerof10.info/resultsfiles/2014/103282_3752_28072014115811_20140727ydlu_southern_premier_1_results.txt

Match Result 1st Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow 675 points, 2nd SBH 627, 3rd Team Norfolk 615, 4th Blackheath & Bromley 586, 5th Tonbridge 583, 6th Reading 582.

Apologies but the final league positions and non-scoring results are not available as yet, and will be published next week

Under 20 Women - 100m (A) JESSIE CONCANNON 6th (13.21 w-0.5 m/s), (B) EMMA BABOLOLA 2nd (12.74 w-0.2 m/s), 200m (A) YASMIN LAKIN 6th (PB 26.88 w1.7 m/s) taking .12 of a second off her 2011 time, 400m (A) JESSIE CONCANNON 4th (60.78), 800m (A) ELEANOR HUNT 4th (SB 2:27.89) taking .16 of a second off her April time, 1500m (A) MOLLY PATCH 3rd (5:06.12), (B) REBECCA ANDREOU 2nd (PB 5:13.12) taking 5.18 seconds off her 2013 time, 3000m (A) MOLLY PATCH 1st (PB 10.16.67) taking 14.65 seconds off her June time, 100m Hurdles (A) DJANIRA COSTA (2nd Claim) 2nd (15.27 w1.7 m/s), (B) RACHAEL FATUADE 1st (PB 15.77 w1.7 m/s) taking .50 of a second off her June time, 400m Hurdles (A) RACHAEL FATUADE 4th (PB 73.40), (B) DJANIRA COSTA (2nd Claim) 1st (71.70), 1500m Steeplechase (A) REBECCA KEATING 5th (PB 8:47.24), 4 x 100m Relay 4th (51.32) RACHAEL FATUADE, ESTHER AKWAJI U17, DJANIRA COSTA, YASMIN LAKIN, High Jump (A) MEGAN MCINNES U17 6th (1.45m), (B) ESTHER AKWAJI U17 5th (1.40m), Pole Vault (A) ARIANA GOMES 4th (PB 2.60m) equalling her June vault, Long Jump (A) YASMIN LAKIN 4th (PB 5.28m nwr) adding 3cm to her 2013 jump, (A) RACHAEL FATUADE 1st (4.63m nwr), Triple Jump (A) YASMIN LAKIN 2nd (11.65m nwr), (B) DJANIRA COSTA (2nd Claim) 4th (9.73m nwr), Shot 4kg (A) SIMISOLA OYESANYA 4th (9.58m), (B) EBONY COWARD U17 4th (PB 7.17m), Discus 1kg (A) SIMISOLA OYESANYA 3rd (PB 38.06m) adding 12.41m to her 2013 throw, (B) KAYOMIE THOMPSON 4th (19.47m), Hammer 4kg (A) REBECCA KEATING 1st (50.84m), (B) KAYOMIE THOMPSON 1st (35.12m), Javelin 600g (A) ABI OGUNBODEDE 5th (18.48m), (B) SIMISOLA OYESANYA 3rd (15.06m)

Under 20 Men - 100m (A) JOHN OTUGADE 1st (10.77 w1.9 m/s), (B) ZANSON PLUMMER 1st (10.96 w0.1 m/s), 200m (A) ANDREW AMOAH 1st (SB 22.21 w1.4 m/s) taking .08 of a second off his June time, (B) ZANSON PLUMMER 1st (SB 22.10 w1.7 m/s) taking .25 of a second off his 21 July time, 400m (A) BILLY KELSEY 5th (SB 52.59) taking .18 of a second off his April time, (B) BEN ROCHFORD 3rd (51.27), 800m (A) BEN ROCHFORD 3rd (1:57.18), (B) ADAM THORPE 1st (2:01.57), 1500m (A) LIAM DEE 1st (3:48.76), (B) PHILLIP CROUT 1st (3:59.83), 3000m (A) PHILLIP CROUT 2nd (8:46.40), (B) SAM GRIFFITHS 2nd (9:19.33), 110m Hurdles, (A) MATTHEW HALL 4th (15.44 w2.2 m/s), (B) HENRYK HADASS 3rd (SB 19.46 w1.1 m/s) taking .78 of a second off his June time, 400m Hurdles (A) HENRYK HADASS 5th (SB 62.64), 2000m Steeplechase (A) ADAM THORPE 2nd (SB 6:43.21), 4 x 400m Relay 2nd (3:25.13) TED NTIBAZONKIZA (53.4), LIAM DEE (50.2), BILLY KELSEY (51.0), BEN ROCHFORD (50.6), High Jump (A) AKIN COWARD 1st (PB 2.03m) adding 6cm to his 12 July jump, (B) ADE ADEFOLALU 2nd (1.80m), Pole Vault (A) ETHAN WALSH 1st (4.20m), (B) MATTHEW HALL 2nd (2.70m), Long Jump (A) ADE ADEFOLALU 2nd (6.39m nwr), (B) BOLU COKER 2nd (SB 6.12m nwr) adding 20cm to his June jump, Triple Jump (A) DEAN OAMEN 2nd (13.65m nwr), (B) ALANDO ALFRED 1st (13.26m nwr), Shot 6kg (A) JAMES HAMBLIN (2nd Claim) 3rd (12.72m), (B) IZAIAH TURNER (2nd Claim) 1st (11.48m), Discus 1.75kg (A) IZAIAH TURNER (2nd Claim) 4th (29.24m), (B) MATTHEW HALL 3rd (23.02m), Hammer 6kg (A) JAMES HAMBLIN (2nd Claim) 1st (61.33m), Javelin 800g (A) JOE BAMFORD 1st (PB 54.92m), (B) JOHN SPERLING 1st (PB 49.23m)

Under 17 Women - 100m (A) EAVION RICHARDSON 2nd (PB 12.31 w1.0 m/s) taking .40 of a second off her April time, (B) JADE ADEFOLALU 2nd (13.50 w2.0 m/s), 200m (A) EAVION RICHARDSON 2nd (PB 25.40 w3.8 m/s) taking .60 of a second off her June time, (B) LAYLA WALKER-LAWRENCE 4th (27.59 w1.3 m/s), 300m (A) LIANNE LANGFORD 5th (43.90), (B) EMELIA ECONOMU 6th (PB 46.91) taking 1.89 seconds off her 2013 time, 800m (A) LIANNE LANGFORD 2nd (2:18.94), (B) SOPHIE BOWEN 2nd (PB 2:24.02) taking 2.09 seconds off her May time, 1500m (A) EMELIA ECONOMU 5th (5:42.90), (B) OLIVE CURRAN 5th (PB 7:18.63), 80m Hurdles (A) MEGAN MCINNES 6th (PB 13.59 w2.3 m/s) taking .31 of a second off her 2013 time, (B) LOLA DOWNES 1st (13.03 w1.5 m/s), 4 x 100m Relay 3rd (53.23) LAYLA WALKER-LAWRENCE, JADE ADEFOLALU, EAVION RICHARDSON, MEGAN MCINNES, 4 x 300m Relay 6th (3:08.36) REBECCA ANDREOU, LAYLA WALKER-LAWRENCE, OLIVE CURRAN, LIANNE LANGFORD, High Jump LINDSEY JONKER 2nd (PB 1.50m), Pole Vault (A) MEGAN MCINNES 2nd (2.45m), Long Jump OLIVE CURRAN 3rd (4.90m nwr), Triple Jump (A) OLIVE CURRAN 3rd (9.54m nwr), Shot 3kg LINDSEY JONKER 1st (PB 11.87m), Discus 1kg EUNICE YEBOAH 4th (SB 19.21m), Hammer 3kg (A) EMMA BABALOLA 4th (18.63m), Javelin 700g EAVION RICHARDSON 4th (20.91m)

Under 17 Men - 100m (A) YAW AGYEMAN-PREMPEH 6th (SB 11.93 w1.1), (B) ETHAN THOMAS 3rd (11.85 w2.2 m/s), 200m (A) ETHAN THOMAS 6th (24.65 w1.7 m/s), (B) KARIM KESKAS 6th (25.85 w0.6 m/s), 400m (A) JAMAL LEWIS 3rd (52.24), (B) JACK FITZPATRICK 3rd (54.95), 800m (A) KHALID-ALI AHMED 2nd (2:00.67), (B) NATHAN DAVIES 4th (2:15.63), 1500m (A) JAMAL LEWIS 1st (SB 4:12.63), (B) CHARLIE GRIFFITHS 2nd (PB 4:31.47), 3000m (A) OLIVER GREENSTEIN 6th (PB 10:57.42), 100m Hurdles (A) KARIM KESKAS 4th (PB 15.67 w2.2 m/s) taking .49 of a second off his June time, (B) ADAM ABDICHE 4th (17.86 w1.8 m/s), 400m Hurdles (A) MARK CUNNINGHAM (2nd Claim) 3rd (PB 63.08) taking 1.06 seconds of his June time, (B) ADAM ABDICHE 2nd (PB 74.10), 4 x 100m Relay 5th (SB 47.26) YAW AGYEMAN-PREMPEH, NABIL HAQUE, JORDAN TOWNSEND-SIMPSON, ETHAN THOMAS, 4 x 400m Relay 3rd (3:44.54) JACK FITZPATRICK (55.5), JORDAN TOWNSEND-SIMPSON (56.5), KARIM KESKAS (58.6), KHALID-ALI AHMED (54.0), Pole Vault MARK CUNNINGHAM (2nd Claim) 3nd (2.80m), Triple Jump JORDAN TOWNSEND-SIMPSON 3rd (PB 11.01m nwr) adding 24cm to his June jump, Shot 5kg BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (2nd Claim) 3rd (11.88m), Discus 1.5kg (A) BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (2nd Claim) 5th (29.49m), Hammer 5kg (A) BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (2nd Claim) 2nd (53.69m), Javelin 700g ALFIE INGHAM 1st (PB 52.64m) adding 19cm to his June throw

AMMENDEMENT – In the Eastern Young Athletes match at Stevenage, the non-scoring Long Jump in fact was LOUIS DAVIS (PB 4.61m) adding 29cm to his June jump

RUN! LONDON NEWSLETTER – This is the link to the July edition
https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&pli=1#inbox/1471aa94facadbfd

UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 3 WEEKS

WATFORD OPEN GRADED MEETING – Takes place on Wednesday 13 August at Woodside Stadium, Horseshoe Lane, Watford WD25 7HH, nearest large car park if the facility car parks are full is the Leavesden Country Park off College road WD5 0NR (approximately 1100 metres) which is a continuation of Horseshoe Lane. Age-Groups are Under13 up to Veteran Men & Women (Under 13s may only compete in those events allowed by UK Athletics rules). Entry cost is £4 for one event, £6 for two or more events. Entries from 5.30pm, there may be separate desks for different events.
Start times and events 7.00pm 100m, 7.15pm Shot, 7.30pm BMC, 8.05pm 800m no times over 2m 45s please. Please enter yourself by using the following link to download on the Day Entry Form, also you can check on any last minute information
http://www.watfordharriers.org.uk/indexnc.htm then select Watford Open Graded Meetings at the top of the page.
BMC events please use this link to enter http://www.britishmilersclub.com/enteronline/ Closing Date Friday 8 August. Timetable 7.30pm M800m U17 & older (1.52 and below), W800m U17 & older (2.10 and below), M1500m U17 & older (3.49 and below), W1500m U17 & older (4.25 and below).

SOUTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION 3 NORTH ROUND 5 – Takes place on Saturday 2 August at Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon NW4 1Rl. For timetable please use the following link http://www.southernathletics.org.uk/documents.html

EASTERN YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE DIVISION 1 ROUND 5 – Takes place on Sunday 3 August at the Bedford Athletic Track, Barkers Lane, Bedford MK41 9SB. For timetable please use the following link http://www.eyal.org.uk/page6.htm.

BRITISH ATHLETIC LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION ROUND 4 – Takes place on Saturday 9 August at Sportcity, Gate 13, Rowsley Street, Manchester M11 3FF. This is the club meeting of the year, we must win if we are to have any chance of retaining our Premiership title.For timetable please use the following link http://www.bal.org.uk/bal/portal/main/Information/10%20Downloads/Page_1/2014%20-%20TT-BAL%20Standard%20Joint%20fixture.pdf

RESULTS – I endeavor to publish as many results as possible, as my main source is the power of 10 website. Unfortunately all races do not make the PO10. Therefore feel free to e-mail me the race, date and result if you have it, if not the result there is a good chance I can find it on Google.

OTHER RESULTS TRACK & FIELD UNLESSS STATED
The Eastern Counties Championships took place Cambridge on 26 July
1500m – U15B GEORGE GROOM U15 won the Gold Medal (4:20.1)

The Herne Hill Harriers 125th Anniversary Open Meeting took place Tooting Bec on 26 July
100m – Race SX2 NENGI OSSAI V35 2nd (11.2 nwr)
200m – Race SX6 NENGI OSSAI V35 2nd (22.6 nwr)
800m – Race SX2 KIERAN MORELAND U23 10th (2:09.13), ADAM SHIRET U15 11th (2:10.47)
3000m – Race SX BETH ANDERSON V35 8th (SB 10:36.24) taking 27.07 seconds off her 2 July time

The Lee Valley Sprints Meeting took place on 23 July
100m – Race SX15 NANA NOTTINSON-NYAAKU 6th (11.46 w0.8 m/s), Race SX16 BAMI FALANA U23 2nd (PB 11.06 w2.3 m/s) taking .03 of a second off his 2012 time, REGINALD OKEHIE U20 2nd (PB 11.23 w2.3 m/s), Race SX18 NATHANAUL MURRAY U20 7th (11.28 w1.6 m/s), Race SX22 ANTONIO INFANTINO 1st (10.54 w0.6 m/s), CONFIDENCE LAWSON 4th (10.59 w0.6 m/s), Race SX24 RANDY MOMIE U23 1st (PB 10.86 w1.1 m/s) taking .01 of a second off his 2013 time
200m – Race SX15 ANTONIO INFANTINO 1st (PB 20.70 w1.2 m/s) taking .21 of a second off his May time, and is ranked UK No.8 in 2014

The Meeting National de la Roche sur Yon took place in La Roche sur Yon, France on 23 July
100m – GREG CACKETT (HCA) 4th (10.52 w1.3 m/s)
200m – GREG CACKETT (HCA) 3rd (SB 21.01 w1.0 m/s) taking .05 of a second off his 11 July time

The Trafford Grand Prix took place in Stretford on 22 July
3000m – Race SX3 PAUL SIMONS V50 3rd (PB 9:43.38) taking 7.64 seconds off his June time

The Blackheath & Bromley Open Meeting took place on 21 July
100m – Race SX1 ZANSON PLUMMER U20 1st (11.01 w0.0 m/s)
200m – Race SX1 ZANSON PLUMMER U20 1st (SB 22.35 w0.8 m/s) taking .12 of a second off his May time

The EAMA Outdoor Inter Area Challenge took place in Solihull on 20 July
800m – W35 LISA WEBB V45 6th (2:30.16)

PARKRUN RESULTS
26 July – OAK HILL – JAMIE HARPER U15 1st (18.20), STUART SINGER V50 7th (20.24), GEMMA HARPER U13 15th (21.47), SAAM KYU SMART U15 16th (21.50), YAT WING SMART U23 22nd (22.47), SUZU SATO U23 30th (23.50), YEE YEWT SMART U20 24th (28.51) – CLEETHORPES – ANTHONY WHITEMAN V40 1st (15.30) - EDINBURGH – MURRAY WILSON U13 252nd (25.12) - GLADSTONE – JOSH MORGAN U13 91st (32.56) - GIBSIDE – CLAIRE SIMM U23 25th (First Time 25.26) - ST ALBANS – REBEKAH GARDINER U23 4th (New PB 17.35) -

PHOTOGRAPH’S– From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used.

Please click on the link to access the SBH Website http://www.sbharriers.co.uk If you view the News section then Club News, you will find the current and previously issued newsletters. Also there is Indoor News which also has the current and previously issued newsletters. We would welcome any comments you may have on the website.

This is the link to the London Athletics website, which contains useful information http://www.londonathletics.org/node/630

England Athletics London Region and the Saracens Foundation have appointed JARED KEELY as the Urban Athletics Activator for the London Borough of Barnet. JARED is based at Allianz Park and can be contacted on 020-3675-7243 or by email on jaredkeely@allianzpark.com

ALLIANZ PARK Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7200, then press 4 for Athletics.

CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £22.00, Annual fee £264.00 – Junior (U18) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £11.00, Annual fee £132.00 – Concession (Students and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.70, Monthly fee £16.50, Annual fee £198.00.
The above fees include the 10% discount which is given to members of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers, if you are a new member you can pick up a discount form from the reception at Allianz Park.
Any official coach of SBH gains entry free of charge.

All membership enquiries should be directed towards beckyhall@saracens.net

Alan


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