Surrey Indoor Athletics Champs, 15th-16th Feb 2019, Results and Report
Croydon Harriers brought home EIGHT gold medals and 18 medals in all at the Surrey Indoor championships at Sutton Arena.
It was in the Under 20s age group where Croydon were their most prolific with four golds. Jack Ennis leapt to a new lifetime best of 2.08m in the Under 20 men’s high jump while Reuben Vaughan topped the long jump standings in the same age group.
Also on the field Ola Olufemi-Krakue won the Under 20 women’s triple jump with an effort in excess of 11m, and Dylan Da Costa triumphed in the Under 20 men’s 60m in a photofinish
Emmanuel Thomas cleared 4.60m in the pole vault for 1st. Lia Bonsu continued her regional dominance over the sprint hurdles in the Under 15 girls race. There was double 60m gold in the Under 13 categories thanks to Kacey Johnson and Ibukun Akintola.
There were a further seven silver medals and four bronze.
Surrey Indoor Champs medal tally
U13 Girls 60m, Kacey Johnson
U15 Girls 60m hurdles, Lia Bonsu
U13 Boys 60m, Ibukun Akintola
U20 Men’s high jump, Jack Ennis
U20 Men’s long jump, Reuben Vaughan
U20 Women’s Triple Jump, Ola Olufemi-Krakue
U20 Men’s 60m, Dylan Da Costa
Men’s pole vault, Emmanuel Thomas
U15 Girls 60m, Lia Bonsu
U15 Boys 60m hurdles, Henry Thomas
Men’s High Jump, Henry Butt
U15 Girls Shot Putt, Shereese Miller
U17 Women Triple Jump, Tamia Meggie-Graham
U20 Women’s Shot Putt, Chiamaka Davids
U20 Men’s Shot Putt, Reuben Vaughan
U15 Boys 60m, Ayo Salako
Men’s Pole Vault, Andy Del Nevo
U15 Girls HJ, Sasha Howard
U17 Men’s 60m, Louis Smithen