Competition summary, 14-16th Sep ’20
Six Croydon Harriers took part in the Night of the Fifteen’s Open meeting at Battersea last week.
Dom Nolan ran the fastest Croydon 1500m time of the evening of 3:53.64 finishing fifth in the men’s B race.
There were three lifetime bests on the evening for Croydon athletes, the fastest of which came courtesy of James Hancock who broke the four minute barrier for the first time in 3:57.38. He moves to 22nd on the Croydon all-time lists.
Brothers Luke and Dan Hill would also gain lifetime bests. Leeds Uni bound Luke would clock 4:37.77 in his heat win, while younger brother Dan would finish runner-up in his heat in 4:45.4
Alex Penfold ran his 2nd fastest 1500m time with a 4:05.34 clocking to win his heat.
Thirteen year-old Jasmine Bell would finish fourth in her heat as one of the youngest competitors in the field.
At Bromley, three Croydon athletes took part in the latest Open meeting. Mike Smalley ran 10.01s for 75m.
Amber Bloomfield ran a season’s best 28.80s in the Under 15 girl’s 200m, while Kyra Sethna-McIntosh ran a 600m in 1:40.95