Shaftesbury’s Games Makers were NADEEM and CHRYSTAL SHAIKH, ROGER SIMONS, KATIE ALCOCK, NAOMI KENDALL, FREYA LENTON, ENIOLA OYESANYA, SIMISOLA OYESANYA, MOLLY PATCH, ANDREA ANDERSON, SUZU SATO, YEE YEWT SMART, MARIA PEREVERZINA and NATALIA PEREVERZINA .
Shaftesbury’s officials included GERALD ALTERMAN, STEVE MARSHALL, ANGUS MCKENZIE, STEPHANIE PAPARIZOS, BRYAN SMITH and JOYCE SMITH. FRANK ATTOH and LARRY ACHIKE were accredited coaches for the Olympics.
WHAT ABOUT OUR ATHLETES?, WELL ! YAMILE ALDAMA finished 5th and TRECIA SMITH 7th in the final of the Triple Jump. ABI OYEPITAN qualified for the semi-final at both 100m and 200m. LEE MCCONNELL qualified for the 400 semi-final. LEE MCCONNELL and MARILYN OKORO were in the 4 x 400m relay squad, as was MICHELLE CAREY for Ireland. WILLEM COERTZEN competing in the Decathlon for South Africa finished in ninth place.
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|Olympic Test Events and SBH||by: Geoff Morphitis|
10th Aug 2012 13:50:24
|Results and photos of the Olympic Test Events|
|Nadeem with Olympic Torch||1st Aug 2012 14:39:40|
|Nadeem showing the Olympic Torch at Sandown Park|
|Sainsbury's School Games took place at the Olympic Park on the 9 May.||by: Alan Weller|
10th May 2012 15:16:17
What a brilliant day for Shaftesbury's Young Athletes, 2 No.1 and 1 No.2 UK rankings, plus 3 Club Records,.|
300m SABRINA BAKARE U17 had an emphatic win, with a PB 38.43, (she is ranked No.1 UK U17 in 2012), setting a New Club Record eclipsing Marilyn Okoro's 40.54 set in 2001.
400m DEREECE O'CALLAGHAN U17 produced his best run of the year finishing 2nd in a PB 49.31, he is ranked No.2 UK U17 in 2012, ....
|Following on from selection for the World Championships||2nd Sep 2011 16:52:07|
The WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS currently being held in Daegu, South Korea. |
Day 1 - 27 August : WILLEM COERTZEN representing South Africa, commenced his challenge for the Decathlon. The first 5 events were very solid starting with the 100m in 11.16, then the Long Jump 7.37m, Shot Putt 13.48m, High Jump 2.02m, and 400m 49.20 to finish the day in 14th place with 4,099 points.
With the humidity nearly 70%, LEE MCCONNELL ran an even ....
|Not strictly 'Olympic' News||12th Aug 2011 19:09:09|
Although not strictly 'Olympic News' the following is a good pointer towards possible selection for next year and is also probably the next best Athletics Competition.|
Congratulations to our following members for gaining selection for the GB&NI team for the World Championships in Daegu.
MARILYN OKORO (800m + 4 x 400m)
LEE MCCONNELL (400m + 4 x 400m)
ABI OYEPITAN (4 x 100m)
YAMILE ALDAMA (Triple Jump)
Congratulations to ....
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