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Fri 11 Feb 2022 (Battersea Park, London)
Fast racing at the Elite 5k races in London - Full report and video in the News section
Name Time Pos. Cat.
Finn Mcnally 14:09 15 SM Robbie Fitzgibbon 14:38 60 Male Ali Carter 15:48 157 Male Beth Kidger 15:57 4 Female Tara Bage 17:31 31 Female
David Hemery Valentine Invitational
Fri 11 Feb 2022 (Boston USA)
Charlie Da'Vall Grice ran 3:38.00 in a tight finish between 2nd and 3rd, with Charlie being declared 3rd, behind Neil Gourlay's 3:35.32 world leading time in an event where national records were falling in seemingly every other race.
PL Athlete Team Time 1 GOURLEY, Neil Dark Sky / Under Armour 03:35.3 2 THOMPSON , Josh NIKE Bowerman Track Club 03:38.0 3 DA'VALL GRICE, Charles GBR 03:38.0 4 ANSTEY, Jack Dark Sky / Under Armour 03:38.6 5 RANDON, James Saucony Freedom Track Club 03:39.2 6 KNEVELBAARD, Kasey Dark Sky / Under Armour 03:39.2 7 ROBERTSON, Kevin Saint-Laurent Select 03:41.5 8 ZARATE, Diego Dark Sky / Under Armour 03:43.2
British Milers Club Indoor
Wed 9 Feb 2022
Results from the excellent quality British Milers Club indoor event at Lea Valley on 9th February
Distance Athlete Category Pos. Time 800m Milly Dickinson Women B race 3rd 2:15.05 800m Luca Bigg Mens A race 3rd 1:51.78 3000m Almi Nerurkar Women A race 1st 9:22.18 3000m Gemma Kersey ( 2nd claim ) Women A race 2nd 9:27.12 3000m Robbie Fitzgibbon Mens A race 4th 8:14.30 3000M Finn McNally Mens A race 6th 8:18.41
YouTube links for Mark Hookway's channel - Always worth subscribing as he films lots of events in the South of England
Trail, Track and Field, Cross Country, Road Race
Feb 5th/6th results Update
Sat 5 Feb 2022 (North Downs Way, Goodwood, Horsenden, Lea Valley)
A big, windy weekend of competition unless competing indoors !
Amelia Culshaw warmed-up for the Marathon de Sables with 1st place in the womens field and 9th overall at the Pilgrim Challenge, a 2 day, 66 mile event over the North downs Way this weekend. With 5hrs 4 minutes on Saturday and 5hrs 23 on Sunday in what had to be a wind affected course, Amelia won both the Womens overall as well as the 40+ age group. Probably will be slightly warmer in the desert :-)
At the British Universities and Colleges Cross Country Championships, held at a muddy, windy Horsenden Hill in Greenford, Mia Edwards and Maia Hardman ran for Exeter and Cambridge in the Short and Long course respectively. Mia finished well up the field in 142nd and 4th team scorer for Exeter ; whilst in the long course event, Maia excelled herself with 38th and helped the Cambridge team to 5th place as 3rd points scorer.
Womens long course ( Mark Hookway YouTube channel )
Women's short course ( Mark Hookway YouTube channel )
Milly Dickinson took an encouraging 3rd place in the final of the 800m, with a second off her indoor seasons best, at the South of England Championships at Lea Valley in 2:15.16. YouTube videos from Mark Hookways channel below.
Goodwood 5 & 10k
Juniors Katherine Haslip and Corbin Bailey contested the 5k at the Goodwood race track on Sunday. Katherine recorded a very fast 17.50 to take 3rd place in the whole women's field despite being in the Under 13 age group.
In the 10k at Goodwood, Simon Heath led home the Phoenix contingent with an excellent 31.49 in 6th place and Sibel Latchman was 3rd woman, with 42.12 in very windy conditions.
Position Name Chip Age group Cat.Pos Age Grade 5k 24 Katherine HASLIP 00:17:53 U13 1 Female 93.9 47 Corbin BAILEY 00:19:52 U15 5 Male 68.2 10k 7 Simon HEATH 31.49 Senior 6 Male 83.31 38 Ash DORRINGTON 34.50 V35 4 Male 76.63 48 Jon CLAYS 35.26 V40 5 Male 77.17 51 Sean BUTCHERS 35.42 Senior 28 Male 73.78 54 Samuel PETERS 35.50 Senior 30 Male 73.48 59 Jonny MCCORMACK 36.04 V35 9 Male 74.34 120 Gary MORSN 39.41 V40 19 Male 69.25 143 Barry BLACKWELL 41.33 V50 9 Male 73.84 152 Sibel LATCHMAN 42.12 V45 3 Female 75.72 334 Terry AVEY 54.18 V70+ 2 Male 66.21 337 Colin SIMPSON 54.23 V65 7 Male 64.09
South of England Cross Country Championships
Sat 29 Jan 2022 (Beckenham Place Park)
A beautiful,sunny but windy day in Beckenham for the South of England Championships, on a dry extremely undulating grassland course saw two outstanding medal winning Phoenix performances from Katherine Haslip and Owen Wallek.
Photos here - Full race video links can be found below on the results listing
Injuries and illness prevented full teams from starting, but Phoenix were represented in the Under 13, Under 15 girls and Under 15 and Senior men by a total of 9 athletes across the board.
Despite only becoming eligible for the Under 13 age group a few weeks previously, Sussex County 2nd placer Katherine Haslip not only turned the tables on the winner of the Sussex race, but ran strongly in the leading group from the start of the one lap race and with others struggling as they emerged from the woods, Katherine stormed to an extremely creditable 3rd place. Her final, powerful,uphill drive almost got her 2nd place, but the earlier leader from Jersey Spartan AC who was struggling in the last 100 metres, just held her place at the line ; both athletes finishing in the same time. With still 2 years in this age group there is plenty of future potential for the Andy Bone coached athlete.
Three Phoenix under 15 boys, all coached by Bruce Warren, lined up for the twice delayed start of their race, which in the cold wind could not have helped any of the competitors. When it finally got under way, Owen Wallek, baulked at the start, charged his way through to be in the leading group at the first turn. Raphael Read and Matthew Noakes in behind him. Owen was never out of the top 5 all race and heading down the final slope before the uphill finish was leading the field and was misdirected by a marshall. But he quickly recovered the place he had lost only to be overtaken by a super speedy uphill finish from the winner from Medway & Maidstone. Sportingly, Owen acknowledged that the wrong turn he had taken didn't affect the result and congratulated the red-vested winner after the race. Good sportsmanship all round as the 3rd placed athlete from Colchester admitted that it would have been an injustice if Owen had lost out to him after the marshalls mishap. Matthew Noakes ran a patient race starting in the middle of the 200+ pack and picked-off runners all the the way round the course to gain a place in the 60's which is definitely an achievement in this high class event. Esme Palmer-Malins was our only representative in the equivalent Girls race and stuck to her task well to take a creditable top 100 place in a race that's second only in importance to the National Championships in England.
The mens team were in for a very tough afternoon with 5, fast, hilly laps to contend with over a 9 mile course which probably felt quite bit longer than that, in a field of almost 700 runners. We didn't have quite enough starters to field a scoring team, but to get all four home well inside the top half of the field deserves a well done to all of them.
Results shown below
Under 13 Girls
POS NAME BIB M/F TEAM/CLUB GUN TIME 3
407 F Brighton Phoenix AC
Under 15 Boys
POS NAME BIB M/F TEAM/CLUB GUN TIME 2
711 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:15:17 62
707 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:17:01 148
708 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:18:44
Under 15 Girls
POS NAME BIB M/F TEAM/CLUB GUN TIME 97
1051 F Brighton Phoenix AC 00:17:24
POS NAME BIB M/F TEAM/CLUB GUN TIME 108
3011 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:54:23 127
3007 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:54:57 167
3006 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:56:12 272
3012 M Brighton Phoenix AC 00:59:43
Sussex Masters Cross Country
Sat 22 Jan 2022 (Coombe Farm, Lancing)
A dry grassland course, albeit very hilly, provided good competition in three races
Over50/60 & 70 in race 1 ; Women Over 35/45/55 in race 2 ; Men over 40 in race 3
Phoenix won both the M40 and M50 team competition
Individual medals went to Paul Wishart M50 bronze and Andrew Haig M70 silver.
Men Over 50-60-70
Pos Time Forename Surname Cat Cat pos. 3 29:31 Paul Wishart MV50 3 8 31:14 Nigel Herron MV50 8 15 32:28 Gary White MV50 13 20 32:59 Jim Whitelegg MV50 17 27 33:33 Phil Grabsky MV50 24 33 34:27 Lance Bellers MV50 27 38 34:40 Barry Blackwell MV50 30 49 36:24 Andrew Parle MV50 37 51 36:46 Daniel Allen MV60 13 69 40:44 Andrew Haig MV70 2 72 41:12 Terry Avey MV70 4 73 41:14 Mike Scofield MV60 28 78 41:48 Malcolm Hughes MV60 30 85 45:37 Eogan McKenna MV70 6
Pos Time Name Cat Cat pos. 31 38:30 Valentina Avella FV35 10 34 38:43 Georgia Flowers FV35 12 56 49:57 Sarah Russell FV55 15 57 53:56 Judith Matthews FV55 16
Men Over 40
Pos Time Name 4 27:58 Jon Clays 5 27:59 Stuart Roberts 8 28:31 Tim Clarke 15 29:12 James Hampshire 17 29:21 Matthew Greenall 36 31:51 Tom Sanderson 40 32:19 Austen Hunter
2022 Sussex Cross Country Championships
Sun 9 Jan 2022
The Sussex Cross Country Championships returned on Sunday 9th January with a solid performance from Phoenix Athletes.
First on the board was an impressive performance from Under 13 Girls athlete Katherine Haslip in a closely contested from start to finish against Brighton and Hove AC’s Julieana Walsh. Walsh, who came into the race having won all league fixtures this season, was victorious, but Katherine, who is still officially U11 (but able to compete up an age as she has already turned 11) gave her a run for her money.
In the U15 boys race with Owen Wallek retained his fine form to win Championship Gold and Jude Clayton (Brighton & Hove AC) Silver.
Also unbeaten in the league iss another Brighton Phoenix athlete, Miles Waterworth. He kept the winning streak to take the Under 17 men’s title, followed by Henry Yelling (Brighton & Hove AC) and Charlie Wright (Lewes).
Samuel Leitch (Worthing District Harrier) won the Under 20 men’s race with Crawley’s Joshua Hobbs second and Liam Dunne (Brighton Phoenix) third. Crawley AC won the team Gold.
In the senior men’s race was William Cork (Brighton & Hove AC), unbeaten in the league this season, and the 2016 winner Finn McNally (Brighton Phoenix). However, it was Horsham Blue Stars’ athlete, Jacob Cann, who was victorious. Tomer Tarragano (Brighton and Hove AC) was second and in bronze place, Finn McNally. McNally was the first of many successful Brighton Phoenix runners to finish and as a result, they took both team Gold and Silver. The Brighton & Hove AC team were third.
Words edited from Kate Matthews report sussexathletics.net/author/km/
South of England Masters XC Champs
Sat 11 Dec 2021 (Horspath , Oxford)
Position Time Name Age group 24 38:02 Stuart Roberts M45 38 38:58 David Powell M50 94 42:03 Tim Jukes M40 129 44:13 Austen Hunter M45
The Mince Pie 10 Mile 2021
Sun 5 Dec 2021 (Peacehaven)
Pos Gun Time Chip Time Athlete Surname Category CatPos GenPos Gender 8 01:07:31 01:07:27 Wesley Eason Male Vet 40 3 8 M 63 01:17:45 01:17:30 Gary White Male Vet 50 9 48 M 71 01:19:05 01:19:02 Barry Blackwell Male Vet 50 11 53 M 400 02:02:11 02:01:26 Tracy Mitchell Female Vet 55 22 197 F
Reading Half Marathon
Sun 7 Nov 2021
Pos Name Chip time Gender Cat 52 Simon Heath 01:13:34 M SEN 87 Tom Hooper 01:16:59 M SEN 115 Alex Garrod 01:18:37 M SEN 123 Tom Clewley 01:18:50 M SEN 131 Lewis Isaacs 01:19:23 M SEN 170 Tim Jukes 01:21:54 M V40 582 Daniel Simpkin 01:32:44 M SEN