11th February 2013

Weekend Update

11th February 2013

Wokingham Half-Marathon, February 10

Former British steeplechase champion Adam Bowden (Tony Bush) who took up the triathlon after missing Olympic selection in 2008, won in his half-marathon debut to go top of the McCain Power of Ten rankings.

Women’s winner Emily Wicks (Keith Donkin), who was in Britain’s medal winning team in the European cross-country championships, set a PB of 74:16 to go top of the women’s rankings.

Results: http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=75785&event=HM&venue=Wokingham&date=10-Feb-13


Almarez, Spain  February 10

European Trials winner Jonathan Taylor (Gordon Surtees) produced another quality run, finishing fifth in the international cross-country event in a time of 29:29.

Junior Annabel Gummow (Neville Taylor) was the leading British woman in ninth in a time of 24:43.

In the juinior races, there were wins for Britons James McMurray (Deborah Steer) and Maryse Haynes (Alan Hewson).

Results: http://resultados.rfea.es/2013/resultados/cross/cross_caceres.pdf


Seattle, February 8/9

Tom Farrell (Dave Smith) set a PB of 7:51.77 in finishing second in his 3000m race to go top of the McCain Power of Ten rankings.

Luke Caldwell (Robert Russell) took almost a minute off his personal best at the 5000m and his 13:40.39 puts him top of the rankings for that event.

Results: http://www.gohuskies.com/livestats/c-track/020813/index.htm


Tyson Invitational, Fayetteville, February 8/9

Chris Govell (Todd Harbour) ran his first sub-four minute mile when he ran 3:57.85 to come second and go top of the McCain Power of Ten rankings.

Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake went top of the UK U20 200m rankings with his outright 21.08 PB.

Results: http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/downloads2/603107.htm?ATCLID=206339248&SPSID=30837&SPID=2430&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=6100