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Last updated 30 June 2016

Cross Country Results for 2015/16

Information on the Club Cross Country courses  -  What is a Mob Match?

Full info on the Kent League matches

Bennett Cup - 2015/16 20-03-16

29/06/16 - Beckenham 10k off-road, Norman Park 30-06-16

4/06/16 - Harvel 5 off-road 13-06-16

19-20/03/16 - Other weekend events 22-03-16

19/03/16 - Closing 5 - Hayes 19-03-16

12/03/16 - National Inter Counties, Birmingham 13-03-16

5/03/16 - English Schools Cross Country Championships, Nottingham 6-03-16

27/02/16 - National Cross-Country - Donnington Park, Leics 1-03-16

20/02/16 - Ranelagh Mob Match - Richmond Park 21-02-16

13/02/16 - Kent League - Foots Cray Meadows 13-02-16

7/02/16 - Club 10 mile Championships - Hayes (10:30) 7-02-16

6/02/16 - SE Schools Inter Counties, Bexhill  6-02-16

30/01/16 - South of England Championships - Parliament Hill 2-02-16

24/01/16 - SLH Mob Match - Hayes 24-01-16

23/01/16 - Surrey Schools' XC Champs at Reigate 24-01-16

17/01/16 - Open 10k & Vets Champs & match against Beckenham RR - Hayes (10:30) 18-01-16

9/01/16 - Great Edinburgh Cross Country  - Edinburgh 11-01-16

9/01/16 - KCAA Cross-Country Championships - Brands Hatch 11-01-16

20/12/15 - Christmas 5 Yacht Handicap - Hayes (10:30) 27-12-15

12/12/15 - South of England Inter counties and Reigate Holly run 15-12-15

5/12/15 - Kent Masters - Sparrows Den 5-12-15

28/11/15 - Kent League (incls B&B YA C-C Champs) - Danson Park 28-11-15

21/11/15 - Orion Mob Match (Club 7 1/2 Champs) - Chingford 21-11-15

15/11/15 - Atapuerca International Cross Country, Burgos, Spain 17-11-15

14/11/15 - London Championships at Parliament Hill Fields 16-11-15

8/11/15 - Beckenham RC 10k Trail Race 9-11-15

7/11/15 - Kent League - Sparrows Den 8-11-15

31/10/15 - National Cross Country Relays at Mansfield 2-11-15

24/10/15 - Beachy Head Marathon - Eastbourne 27-10-15

24/10/15 - Kent League - Somerhill Park, Tonbridge 26-10-15

18/10/15 - Club 5 Mile Championship - Hayes 18-10-15

17/10/15 - South of England Cross Country relays - Wormwood Scrubs

10/10/15 - Kent League - Swanley Park 11-10-15

12/09/15 - Will Bolton Memorial Cross-Country Relay, Sparrows Den 14-09-15

Bennett Cup - 2014/15 Final Positions 22-03-15


29/06/16 - Beckenham 10k off-road Norman Park

Position Time Number Category Name Club
2 00:38:27 17 M Marco Arcuri Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
5 00:39:42 53 M Paul Sharpe Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
9 00:40:53 285 M Graham Hollingdale Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
16 00:43:07 153 M40-49 Damian Hayes Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
18 00:43:42 176 M Richard Byford Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
21 00:44:27 43 M40-49 Adrian Stocks Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
26 00:45:23 57 M50-59 Iain Swatton Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
28 00:45:47 134 M Paul Kerekgyarto Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
29 00:45:50 279 M40-49 Stuart Cullum Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
35 00:46:33 45 M60+ Robert Brown Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
39 00:46:48 270 M50-59 Glen Read Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
45 00:48:07 13 M50-59 Barry Wetherilt Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
48 00:48:28 37 M Steve Evenden Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
51 00:49:03 273 M40-49 Marc Knowles Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
59 00:49:33 76 M50-59 Austin Adams Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
62 00:49:53 16 M50-59 Luigi Arcuri Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
68 00:50:26 190 M50-59 Nigel Bulmer Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
76 00:51:26 131 M60+ Gerry Alger Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
87 00:52:32 198 W45-54 Angela Powell Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
100 00:53:51 271 M60+ John Fenwick Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
101 00:53:54 259 M60+ John Butler Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
102 00:53:58 282 M60+ Richard Griffin Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
177 01:01:38 171 M60+ John Isaacs Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
199 01:04:47 90 W55+ Maz Turner Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club
255 01:16:16 23 M60+ Peter Lovell Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

 

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4/06/16 - Harvel 5 off-road

Full results here...


Photo courtesy of Diane Bradley

Place

Time

Name

Team

Category

Number

Chip

             

1

26:53

Peter Tucker

Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

M Senior

829

26:44

93

37:13

Christopher Pike

Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

M 60 to 69

322

36:58

174

41:10

Mike Simms

Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

M 40 to 49

98

40:45

227

43:06

Richard Griffin

Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

M 60 to 69

684

42:40

652

1:00:27

Peter Lovell

Blackheath and Bromley Harriers Athletic Club

M 70 +

272

59:30

 

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19-20/03/16 - Other weekend events

The final cross country races of the winter are now complete and Blackheath and Bromley HAC young athletes finished the season in style winning England and Kent Schools vests.

In the Home Countries International at Callender Park, Falkirk, Niamh Bridson Hubbard helped England beat Scotland, Ireland and Wales with a great 9th place finish.

At the same venue in Scotland, Rowan Fuss won his first England schools vest racing in the Schools International race also against the home countries and also coming out on top in Englandís winning team, with an 11th place finish.

Closer to home at Popham Airfield, Basingstoke many of our athletes represented Kent Schools in the South East Schools Inter Counties match. Some were making their Kent debuts but all were rewarded for having great winters over the country.

 

In the year 8 (U14) girls race Jess Neal crossed the line in a pleasing 2nd, Rosanna Allen a great 14th, Zoe White was 29th, Emily Davis 36th, Niamh Milmo 42nd and Abigail Leeves 57th. A fabulous showing for Kent from the BBHAC girls helped them win team bronze.

Ellie Dolby was a fine 3rd in the year 7 (U13) girls race and Daniella Harper had a great run in 14th and both girls were happy to collect their gold medals as part of Kentís winning team.

In the year 7 (U13) boys race Sam Reardon ran well to finish 5th and helped the team to take silver.

Jake Leng was our only boy in the year 8 (U14) race and crossed the line in 52nd as part of the Kent team that finished third.

With only a couple of weeks rest before the summer track and field season starts we look forward to many more great performances from our athletes and hopefully many more Area, County and International vests will be won.

Paul Austridge

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12/03/16 - National Inter Counties, Birmingham

The final domestic cross country race of the winter was this weekends National Inter Counties incorporating the British Athletics Cross Challenge in Birmingham.

With the best of British endurance talent on show the quality was always going to be high and so it was great to see many of our Blackheath and Bromley athletes in the thick of the action.

The sunny spring weather was welcomed but it could do nothing for the two long gruelling hills in the opening half of the course that soon had the field spread out in each race.

First off and highest BB finisher on the day was U20 Will Fuller who looked comfortable all the way around his 8K course. With one break away athlete opening up a small gap Will was left with two other class athletes battling for the silver and bronze but with 600m to go Will opened up like a sprinter and gave himself a five second gap securing a fantastic silver medal. A great sight to see.

Also in the U20 age group Niamh Bridson Hubbard had another brilliant run crossing the line in a pleasing 5th in a top quality field. Good also to see Sam Leighton in the royal blue of Kent finishing in 104th.

BBHAC athletes made up half of the Kent U17 girls team and great runs from Kelsey Fuss 29th, Jess Keene 33rd, Amy Leach 82nd and Yasmin Austridge 96th helped Kent secure team team bronze.

Marco Arcuri was our sole representative in the U17 men race and had a great run crossing the line in 163rd.

The U15 girls had Sophie Hoare running in BB colours and contesting the British cross challenging, and not running for a county, but finished way up the field in a fantastic 9th. Kelsi Cornish had another great run finishing 58th with Lia Radus 71st and Millie Smith 103rd.

Angus Harrington was the only BB athlete in the U15 boys race and his strong run had him finishing inside the top 100 in 94th.

Morgan Squibb continued her brilliant season and was a fantastic 4th place, just 5 seconds off a coveted individual national medal but was happy to collect a team bronze along with Ellie Dolby who continued her highly consistent form with a fine 27th and Rosie Allen in 128th.

Sam Reardon was the sole BB boy running in the U13boys and had a great run crossing the line in 73rd and helping Kent come fourth in the team challenge.

Sarah Belaon made her senior Kent debut running in the Senior women race and was pleased with her 168th finish just in front of Amber Reed in 176th.

Next weeks International cross country fixture in Falkirk, Scotland is the last of the winter and we congratulate and wish all our athletes running, the very best of luck.

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5/03/16 - English Schools Cross Country Championships, Nottingham

Englandís top school-age athletes converged on Nottinghamís Wollaton Park for the 2016 English Schools Cross Country Championship and with teams of 8 being selected by all of Englandís 45 counties the competition was always going to be first class and so Blackheath and Bromley did well to have eighteen athletes representing four different counties.

BB only had one representative in the junior boys age group but what an impact Rowan Fuss made. Running for his school county of Surrey, Rowan powered around the 4.2 k testing course coming a brilliant 5th place and in doing so won himself an England call up for the home International race against Scotland, Ireland and Wales in two weeks time. Rowanís achievement is fantastic especially as he still has next year in the junior boys age group.

The junior girls race had five BB young athletes competing and first home running for Kent was Morgan Squibb in a terrific 17th place, Sophie Hoare running for London was a great 23rd and Jess Nealís strong 41st place in Kent colours was great to see. London Lia Radus was a fine 53rd and Rosie Allen in her first English schools was 219th in the light blue of Kent.

Three counties were covered in the intermediate boys race with Surreyís Angus Harrington having a great race in 89th with training partner Lewis Mills just behind in 92nd running for Kent. Henry Cowie, running in the unfamiliar red vest of his school county Somerset, was 228th.

The intermediate girls race was dominated by Kent who comfortably won the team gold and included great runs from Yasmin Austridge in 30th and Millie Smith in 72nd. Madalina Samoila running for London seperated the two Kent girls with a 42nd place finish.

The senior girls age group had six BB young athletes running, five for Kent and one, Els Housley, who ran for London and finished 299th. The five BB girls helped Kent secure team gold and a fantastic run saw Niamh Bridson Hubbard finish an impressive 2nd behind Kent team mate and international Sabrina Sinha but in front of the newly crowned National Champion Niamh Brown from Surrey. Schoolís international athlete Jess Keene ran a strong race moving through the field over the 4.2k course finished a great 16th place with Kelsey Fuss high up the order in 30th. Chloe Kibblewhite had a strong run finishing 135th as did Joanna Clowes finishing 148th.

Next weekend is the National inter counties cross country championship in Birmingham where 18 Blackheath and Bromley HAC athletes will make up part of the strong Kent County teams. Good luck to all competing.

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6/02/16 - SE Schools Inter Counties, Bexhill

Full results here...

Photos from Rod Harrington

 

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30/01/16 - South of England Championships - Parliament Hill

Well done to all that competed at Southerns at Parliament Hill, was a cracking course, harsh underfoot with a few tricky inclines enough to murder even the sprightliest of us.

We finished in 9th spot to, so not a bad spot!

Results in performance order:

34 0:53:30 A Bruce-Littlewood BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
91 0:56:00 D Taylor BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
120 0:57:03 D Brewer BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
123 0:57:09 R Braden BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
128 0:57:16 A Gibbins BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
240 1:00:32 P Tucker BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
262 1:01:10 D Kennedy BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
306 1:02:28 J Vinter BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
429 1:05:25 C Tuck BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
643 1:10:33 R Byford BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
775 1:14:54 P Sharpe BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC
801 1:15:41 R Hall BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRIERS AC

Top 10 team results:
Team Results: 1 162 HIGHGATE HARRIERS ( 5 8 17 30 42 60 )
2 186 SERPENTINE RC ( 12 13 19 29 55 58 )
3 206 BEDFORD & COUNTY AC ( 4 16 23 36 62 65 )
4 408 TONBRIDGE AC ( 20 47 54 73 105 109 )
5 446 KENT AC ( 9 11 49 118 127 132 )
6 567 HERNE HILL HARRIERS ( 44 69 90 100 121 143 )
7 580 WOODFORD GREEN W ESSEX LAD ( 52 64 99 116 124 125 )
8 664 THAMES HARE & HOUNDS ( 43 51 61 138 150 221 )
9 736 BLACKHEATH & BROMLEY HARRI ( 34 91 120 123 128 240 )
10 737 BELGRAVE HARRIERS ( 28 66 82 133 154 274 )

Up The Heath

Danny, Jon and Andy


Parliament Hill once again tested all our young athletes in this winters South of England Cross Country Championships and as usual the course didnít disappoint. The long uphill start, lush grass, deep mud, short sharp hills, woodlands and more mud make for one of the toughest cross country courses, hard enough for spectators to navigate let alone the athletes.

Highlight of the day for Blackheath and Bromley was a fantastic silver for Rowan Fuss in the U13 boys 3k race. Sam Reardon, with another year in this age group, had a strong run finishing a great 27th with Thomas Penlington 111th and Justin Strover 128th earning them a 10th team place overall. Ethan Kitteridge looked strong crossing the line in 159th as did Charles Winton in 165th. Jake Leng was 209th with Barnaby Corry 245th.

More medals were won by the U17 girls who took team silver with some great runs from Jess Keene in 15th, Yasmin Austridge in 18th , Kelsey Fuss 21st and Amy leach in 35th. The U17 girls have great strength in depth as Genny Allen finished in 39th, Lottie Weitzel 60th, George Taylor 75th and Chloe Kibblewhite inside the top 100 in 98th.

The U13 girls equally last years great team performance with a fine 4th place. Ellie Dolby continued her great season finishing 12th with Morgan Squibb a great 18th, a solid 39th from Rosie Allan and 53rd for Jess Neal. Good numbers in the age group saw Daniella Harper finish well in 74th, Niamh Milmo 100th, Emilie Davis 203rd and Olivia Berry 210th.

The U15 boys had the biggest squad on the day and finished collectively as a team in 11th. Angus Harrington made the top 50 coming 48th followed by a strong run from Keir Lundy in 83rd, Joe Georgiadis in 95th and Michael Eagling 99th. Charlie Andrews continues to compete consistently and was rewarded with an impressive 115th, Coleman Corry was 125th, Callum Myatt 151st and Cameron Swatton 160th. Leo Bradon got through the muddy conditions to finish 243rd as did Seb Large in 250th.

Millie Smith had a fantastic run in the U15 girls 4K race crossing the line in a very respectable 14th. Issy Bridge had a terrific run finishing 124th with Grace Scopes 131st, Lily Tappenden 149th and Zoe Austridge 223rd. The team were 15th overall.

The U17 boys could only field three athletes, not enough to complete a scoring team but the three that did run all had great races. Marco Arcuri improved on last years performance by 11 places finishing a strong 35th, Oscar Hussey, in his first year in the age group was a great 77th and Charlie Davis completed the trio coming in a good 106th place.

We only had two U20ís competing and both Niamh Bridson Hubbard in 9th and Thomas Desborough in 69th had strong runs.

Mr and Mrs President Dave and Hanna Cordell were unusually out of the country for this fixture, (presumably on Blackheath Business!).However we were fortunate enough to have Mick Keene and Nick Swatton happy to get up at the crack of dawn and drive to north London with the BBHAC tent setting up in the dark before most people had woken and then waiting (or doing Hampstead Heath park run or the farmers market) for the BBHAC hordes to arrived. Many thanks go to Mick and Nick for giving up some much of their time.

Paul

 

Photos from Rod Harrington

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23/01/16 - Surrey Schools' XC Champs at Reigate

Angus, Michael and Coleman were the B&B representatives at Reigate today.

 

Photos from Rod Harrington

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9/01/16 - Great Edinburgh Cross Country  - Edinburgh

Will Fuller made his GB debut this weekend in the Great Edinburgh Cross Country and was literally rubbing shoulders with the best (or second best on the day, as it happened!!)

Will finished 22nd - Mo was 2nd

Paul

 

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12/12/15 - South of England Inter counties and Reigate Holly run

Eighteen Blackheath and Bromley young athletes proudly represented their counties at this weekends South of England inter counties at the picturesque Shuttleworth Park, Biggleswade. Winning a county vest is a huge achievement, especially considering how high the standard of cross country running is in Kent.

International Niamh Bridson Hubbard continued her fine season winning the U20 women race by 20 seconds.

The U13 girls one again produced some great performances with Ellie Dolby 2nd, Morgan Squibb 5th and Jess Neal 11th all helping Kent win the U13 team title.

Maayan Radus, running for Middlesex had a strong run finishing in 23rd.

The U17 girls also comfortably won the team gold and were led home by Jess Keene 5th, Yasmin Austridge 7th, Kelsey Fuss 8th, Amy Leach 18th and Georgina Taylor 38th.

Marco Arcuri had a great race crossing the line in 37th and being part of the winning Kent team.

The U13 boys race was close at the finish with Rowan Fuss just missing out to his rival (and coincidently his class mate) from Surrey, in the run in to the line. Sam Reardon celebrated his Kent debut with a fabulous run finishing 15th and helping Kent to secure team silver.

Three U15 girls ran for Kent with Millie Smith 36th, Kelsi Cornish 51st and Stephanie Taylor 79th. Lia Radus had a great run finishing 21st running for Middlesex.

Joe Georgiadis was our sole representative in the U15 boys but had a strong run crossing the line in 45th.

Full results here http://www.race-results.co.uk/results/2015/seaaic.pdf

The following day Blackheath and Bromley had a good contingent running in the festive Holly run at Reigate.

The U13 Girls 2 Mile race was won by Rosanna Allan with Niamh Milmo 10th and Emily Davis 17th, their collective efforts won them team silver medals.

Ethan Kitteridge had a great run finishing 12th in the U13 boys 2 mile race.

Grace Scopes was 5th in the U15 girls 3 mile race and Lily Tappenden was 11th.

Genny Allan was a strong 2nd in the 3 Miles U17 Girls with Lottie Weitzel just behind in 3rd.

Joss Barber won the U17 mens 3 mile race.

Paul

 

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5/12/15 - Kent Masters - Sparrows Den

Full results here...

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15/11/15 - Atapuerca International Cross Country, Burgos, Spain


The top 5 on the rostrum
The race was won by Celia Anton (Spain) with Niamh Bridson Hubbard  2nd
 


The England Junior Womens Team.

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14/11/15 - London Championships at Parliament Hill Fields

Full results here

Photos from Luigi Arcuri

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8/11/15 - Beckenham RC 10k Trail Race

Full Results


Photo courtesy of Tom Simpson (Beckenham RC)
 

A team of Tim Nash, Chris Tuck and Bertie Harrington won the men's team competition in the Beckenham 10k Trail Race. Tim finished 3rd in the 200 strong field with Chris and Bertie 8th and 9th respectively.

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31/10/15 - National Cross Country Relays at Mansfield

Full results here...

Our teams:

  • U13 Girls 2nd
  • U17 Women 2nd
  • Senior Men 9th
  • U15 Girls 11th
  • U17 Men 20th
  • Junior Men 20th
  • U13 Boys 21st
  • U15 Boys 29th
  • Senior Women 38th
  • Junior Women - incomplete

Berry Hill Park, Mansfield was once again the perfect setting for 2015 National Cross Country Relays and having won two age group titles last year, hopes were high.

Thirty eight young Blackheath and Bromley athletes made the long journey to the Midlands, giving us great representation in all age groups.

11.00am sharp and the first race was off. What we lacked in numbers in the U20 girls age group, we certainly made up for with quality as Niamh Bridson Hubbard stormed around the 2.5k course crossing the line in a fantastic 3rd position and in doing so earning herself an England call up. Niamh will now represent England in Burgos, Spain on 15th November, a brilliant achievement. This performance proves how important it is to run, whether in a complete team or not, as selectors look at individual performances.

No scoring team for the U20 women meant all eyes were on the two U17 girls team up next. Jess Keene, A team and Yasmin Austridge, B team both had strong runs bringing the teams home in 3rd and 7th respectively on the first leg (having run the 4th and 8th fastest times of the day). Jess passed to Kelsey Fuss who powered to the front, handing over to last years gold medalist Katy Ann McDonald in the lead. Katy would surely have held onto first had she not been up against International Niamh Brown from Aldershot who ran the fastest individual time of the day, and just manage to pull passed BB, leaving us with a still superb team silver. Mean while back in the second team Carlotta Weitzel had a great run handing to Amy Leach in 8th place. Amy ran a determined leg clawing one place back, finishing in a commendable 7th place and the first B team to finish.

Next up were our Uni boys (U20) and considering they are probably concentrating more on their new campus surroundings to socialise than to train, their collective team position of 20th was excellent. Will Fuller (Loughborough) handed over in 5th, running the 7th fastest time of the day, Richard Webb (Cardiff) had a strong run and holding 8th handing over to Thomas Desborough (Brighton) who ran his quickest ever leg in Mansfield on the tough last leg.

A full U17 mens team then took to the course and Joss Barber had a great first leg in finishing 11th in fantastic company (running the 14th fastest leg of the day). Marco Arcuri and James Crawley both had strong runs combining to finish the same as the U20ís in 20th place.

The U13 girls have already had a very successful season winning National Road Relay silver in Birmingham and they matched this over the cross country course winning silver again. A fantastic lead off leg saw Jess Neal finish 4th (6th fastest leg of the day) handing over to Morgan Squibb who worked hard on her leg and gained one position handing over in 3rd. Ellie Dolby took up the challenge on the final leg and despite gaining one place and running the 5th fastest leg, the team had to settle for a fantastic silver.

The B team of Ella Smith on 1, Abbie Leeves on 2 and Niamh Milmo on the final leg combined well to finish 38th team. Showing our strength in depth Olivia Berry led the in complete C team off on leg 1.

BBHAC U13 boys won the National title last year and our current boys, mostly first years, did well to finish 21st and 60th in the team competition but are looking strong for next year in the same age group. Sam Reardon led the team off in superb form (running the 10th fastest time of the day) handing over to Thomas Penlington who ran well passing to Alex Sibley, running in his first National, on the last leg.

The ever improving Ethan Kitteridge had a strong run leading the B team off, passing to National debutant Nicholas Paddington, who handed over to Barnaby Corry bringing the team home.

Two solid teams ran in the U15 girls race and Millie Smith got the A team off to a good start in 20th, Grace Scopes picked up 5 places handing over to Yasmine Marghini in 15th. Yasmine clawed a few places back to finish in a great 11th place. The B team of Lily Tappenden, Madalina Samoila back from injury and Issy Bridge collectively finished 32nd in the most competitive age group.

The U15 boys also had two complete teams and the A team of Joseph Georgiadis, Callum Myatt and Coleman Corry finished well in 29th place and the B team of Cameron Swatton, Charlie Andrews and Billy Keen finished 63rd.

This weeks girls team managers awards goes to Yasmin Austridge for her strong run on the opening leg and the boys team managers award goes to Cameron Swatton for another gutsy run improving on last year performance by nearly half a minute.

We are lucky enough this year to have secured some special prizes and therefore the team managers will select monthly awards (for months October, November, January and February). The criteria for these awards are either a special single performance or for a consistently high level of performance throughout the month.

Octobers special monthly award goes to Ellie Dolby for her consistently high performances in all league and Championships races and to Sam Reardon also for his consistently high performances in all league and Championships races. Well done to both Ellie and Sam. You will need to ask them what their special prizes are, they are well worth winning!

To keep up to date, the girls managers award for Tonbridge, Kent league race went to Grace Scopes for her great run and for Stanhill, Kent league race went to Morgan Squibb (fifth in the Under 13 race) who improved by an average of 20 seconds against all the other athletes in the top 6 when compared with the first fixture.

The next Kent league fixture is our home fixture at Sparrows Den on November 7th and also incorporates our Club Championship, medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd BB in each race.

Paul

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24/10/15 - Beachy Head Marathon - Eastbourne

Photos from Adrian Stocks


Brian was quite chirpy after his post marathon power nap says Clayton Aves

Pos Bib Firstname Lastname Gender Gender Pos Chip Time Gun Time
38 560 Luca Ercolani M 34 3:35:54.40 3:35:57.60
43 1372 Carole Penlington F 5 3:38:55.80 3:38:59.70
85 496 Bryan Donnelly M 70 3:50:44.40 3:50:48.10
120 52 Clayton Aves M 100 3:58:25.00 3:58:28.60
142 1812 Alexis Tobin M 118 4:02:41.15 4:03:47.40
247 121 Stuart Bayley-Dainton M 206 4:19:15.40 4:19:50.35
266 1476 Glen Read  M 220 4:21:13.90 4:21:53.70
338 1284 Jennifer Neal F 60 4:30:03.60 4:30:21.25
568 1643 William Slack M 446 4:55:23.50 4:56:19.60
919 1201 Deniz Mehmed M 660 0 5:41:01.65

 

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