Competition Round-Up 10-11th August 2019
Colin Oxlade travelled to Birmingham for the British Masters Championships where he took part in three events.
He placed fourth in the M60 steeplechase, fifth in the 5000m and tenth in the 1500m.
At the Newham Open, Romell Glave made a welcome return to the fold after a long injury lay off, clocking 10.61secs in the 100m at the Olympic warm-up track.
Southern champion Cheyanne Evans-Gray was the fastest female on the day, crossing the line in 11.92secs in the same event.
Also in action were Derek Kinlock (10.96s), Samuel Osewa (11.26s), Xander Collins (11.87s) and Sean Edwards (11.68s).
Dom Nolan made a welcome return to form at the Stretford British Milers Club fixture, running 3 minutes, 54.08 seconds.
At the Super8 fixture at Sutton Arena, there was a nice group of young athletes in action. Ethan Moore (3.42m LJ), Ovie Whiskey (1.60m, HJ), Orla Moore (1.30m HJ), Ursula Moore (1.45m HJ), Jermaine Banda (19.80m Jav), Kyra Sethna-McIntosh (27.9s, 200m), Gabriella Tcheukam (28.5, 200m). Leah Allison (14.8, 100m), Kyron Bailee Burke (2.45, 800m). Kobi Blake (30.3, 200m) all gave solid accounts of themselves.
In the pick of the parkrun action, Madeleine Armstrong-Pileth was first in the lady home at South Norwood. There was a runner-up and third place finish for Isaac Flanagan and Nick Marshall at Lloyd Park, and there was a third place in the women’s race for Jessica Moore.
At the Wimbledon 5k, three Croydon athletes kept the club flag flying thanks to Sunandra Sarker-Bell (138th), Keith Brown (14th M60) and Jasmine Bell (146h) out of the 187 finishers. .