Medals at the England & Surrey Indoors, 12-13th Feb ’22

14 Feb 2022

Croydon Harrier sprint hurdler Lia Bonsu won England Championship Gold at the Sheffield Institute of Sport last weekend.

Bonsu triumphed in the Under 17 women’s 60m hurdles in emphatic style in 8.45secs, to go second on the UK all-time ranking list. 

Two further medals from Croydon athletes came courtesy of Gracelyn Elle Kendeck (Under 17 women’s 300m) who took silver and Samuel Mowa (Under 17 men’s 400m) who won bronze.

Rachael Largie-Poleon came through two rounds of the Under 20 women’s 60m to finish fifth in the finale in 7.59secs. Welsh indoor shot putt champion Cerys Aboagye was ninth in her final in the same age group. 

Croydon Harriers brought home 21 medals at the Surrey Indoor Championships at Sutton Arena, including seven Gold.

The 60m proved fruitful for the Croydon squad, with five gold medals across the age groups. Casielle Murray (Under 13 girls), Atarah Kenton (Under 15 girls), Ethan Mauge (Under 17 men), Ninsola Adewale (Under 20 women) and Jesse Agyemang (Men) all topped the podium.

Paul Ogun won the men’s long jump for his fifth County title, while Ethan Humphreys won the Under 20 men’s triple jump.

Further medals: 

Silver: Alex Giles (U13 Boys 60m and Long Jump) / Farrell Fabusiwa (U15 Boys 60m) / Saray Crosdale (U13 Girls 60m) / Amber Bloomfield (U17 Women’s 60m hurdles / Shot Putt ) / Christabel Amponsah (Under 20 women’s 60m) / Gabriella Tcheukam (U15 Girls shot putt).

Bronze: Jayden Atta-Fynn (U15 Boys 60m) / Gabriella Tcheukam (U15 Girls 60m) / Kyle Andrews Men’s Long Jump), Tochi Davids (U17 Women’s 60m), Ines-Karel Zepa (Women’s 60m) / Amber Bloomfield (U17 Women’s high jump).

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