1st September 2014
1 September 2014
ISTAF Berlin, August 31
European champion Tiffany Porter (coach: Rana Reider) won the women’s 100m hurdles in 12.64/0.0 to defeat world champion Brianna Rollins and just miss her power of 10 ranking topping 12.63 time from the Zurich semi-final.
Another European champion Martyn Rooney (Reider) was a very close second in the men’s 400m in 45.14. Conrad Williams (Linford Christie) was sixth in 45.90.
Chris Tomlinson was third in the long jump with 7.78/0.1. European runner-up William Sharman (Jerzy Maciukiewicz) was fourth in a top class 110m hurdles in 13.35, the 16th time he has been inside 13.40 this summer.
England under-17 and under-15 Championships, Bedford, August 30/31
Alicia Barrett (Daniel Duke) won the under-17 80m hurdles in a championship best 10.87/3.4, which though windy, was the fastest ever electrical time.
Rebekah Walton (David Parker) set an UK under-15 best of 44.81m with the 500gm javelin.
Lucy Jones (Patrick Magee) won the under 17 women’s 1500m steeplechase in a Championship best and PB of 4:59.93 to top the Power of Ten rankings and third all-time.
Adeyinka Adeniran (Debbie Cook), who was only sixth in the English Schools’ Championships, won the boys under15 80m hurdles easily and took half a second off his PB to win in 10.81/1.4 to go top of the Power of ten rankings and go third all-time.
Rechmial Miller (Mark Girard) pulled off a surprise win in the under-17 100m. He won in a just over the limit 10.54 which is superior to runner-up Owin Sinclair’s power of 10 ranking topping 10.57 Kaie Chambers-Brown (Sharon Morris) won the under-15 boys 100m in 11.15, following a 10.90 semi final which put him second in the power of 10 rankings.
Joseph Massimo won the under-15 200m in a very windy championship best 22.19/3.6.
In the under-15 boys 300m, Chenna Okoh (Gavin Town) set a PB and championship best 35.58, to put him second all-time and in the 2014 Power of Ten rankings to Massimo.
Josh Kerr (David Campbell) won the under-17 men’s 1500m in 3:52.46 to top the Power of ten rankings. George Armstrong (Michael Swain) won the men’s under-17 discus in a PB 60.62m to better 60 metres for the first time and top the rankings. Emily Borthwick (Trevor Painter) won the under-17 women’s high jump in a PB 1.76m to go equal second in the rankings.
Watford Open, August 27
World Junior 1500m finalists Bobby Clay (Pete Mullervy) and Amy Griffiths (Mick Woods) went top of the under-20 women’s power of 10 rankings with their big 3000m PBs in 9:13.00 and 9:13.47.
Adam Tsegay went fourth in the power of 10 under-20 3000m rankings with a win in 8:13.50.
European and Commonwealth 200m silver medallist Jodie Williams (Christine Bowmaker) smashed her PB over 400m with a time of 52.55 which pits her ninth in the 400m rankings.
Trafford Grand Prix, Stretford, August 26
Former World Championships medallist Jenny Meadows (Trevor Painter) continued her good late season form by finishing third in a mixed 800m race in 1:59.34. That is her fastest time for three years and places her second in the power of 10 rankings.