8th July 2013
English Schools Report
8 July 2013
Kesi Oludoyi broke the UK under-15 100m record with a 10.84/0.2 victory in the junior boys’ event, which puts him well clear of the McCain Power of Ten UK-under 15 lists.
Another under-15 record was set by Joe Milton (coach: Ray Twentyman) in the 300m. He won in 35.70, which also puts him top of the 2013 lists ahead of runner-up Chenna Okoh who ran 35.84 in his heat. Matthew Hudson-Smith (Tony Hadley) won the senior boys 200m in 21.14/-1.5, however his semi-final of 20.98/-0.4 was even quicker. This performance was a new personal best as well as being inside the European Junior Championship qualifying mark of 21.25, which puts him second in the under-20 rankings.
The top ranked junior women’s 200m runner Dina Asher-Smith (John Blackie) clocked 23.63/-1.7 to win the senior girls 200m title by over a second, and was again well inside the European Junior Championships standard of 23.90.
In the senior girls 800m, Loren Bleaken (Adrian Clover), who already has the European Junior standard of 2:06.00, took the title in 2:06.44, whilst Molly Long (John Knowles) won the intermediate girls with a 2:07.07 clocking.
Sabrinaq Sinha (Mark Newell) won the junior girls 1500m with an eight second personal best of 4:24.62, which was quicker than the senior and intermediate winners to go top of the under-15 rankings and put her third on the UK all-time lists.
Chelsea Walker (Paul Wilson) won the intermediate girls 300m hurdles in 42.51 to go top of the under-17 rankings, whilst Michael Bartram (Gordon Palmer) went top of the under-17 1500m steeplechase rankings with his 4.20.29 intermediate boys victory. Also in the 1500m steeplechase, Katie Ingle (Margaret Riley) went top of the under-20 women’s rankings thanks to her win; the 4:52.77 performance also puts her second on the all-time lists.
Adam Jones (Erik Little) won the junior boy’s high jump with 1.95m to go top of the under-15 rankings. Ellie Goulding (Derek Laws) was first in the Intermediate pole vault with a personal best of 3.90m, which puts her top of the under-17 rankings.
Tobi Adeniyi (Mark Lancaster) won the intermediate long jump with 7.36/0.5 to head the under-17 rankings, whilst also in the field Amy Williams (Keith Hunter) won the intermediate girls triple jump with 12.22/0.4 to lead the under-17 rankings.
In the junior boys shot, Rio Andrew won in 15.18m, to go to the top of the under-15 rankings. Harry Hughes (Michael McNeill) won the intermediate javelin with a personal best of 68.75 putting him top of the under-17 rankings, whilst Emma Hamplett (Mark Pinner) replicated this achievement with her 45.44m intermediate javelin win. Laurie Dawkins (Simon de Wilton) rounded out the Power of 10 topping victories, sealing the junior girl’s title with a throw of 38.37m.