County Championships – 11th May 2019

There were some great performances at the T&F County Champs held at Wilberforce Road. C&C are currently leading all age groups with the exception of the U20 women. A few events are still to be contested at the Cambs Open Meetings which will be held at St Ives.

  • Catriona Marriott ran two personal bests in the senior women’s 200m and 400m where she finished and first and second respectively.
  • Maya Vandermark continued her great start to the season in the U15G 300m with a PB and gold medal.
  • Samuel Clarke once again excelled in the hurdles and achieved a legal PB in the U20M 110mh in a tough -2.0 wind.
  • Billy White, once again showed his form this season in the throws, achieving a large PB in the shot put of 13.87m which currently ranks him 4th in the country alongside his hammer ranking of 3rd achieved earlier in the season. Billy won two gold meadows in these events.
  • Hugh Aubrey won a gold medal in the U15M Javelin increasing his PB to 34.06m from 31.60m.

Gold medals were won by the following athletes :

  • Curtis Wood – SM High Jump
  • Claire Connon – SW Wheel Chair 100m
  • Catriona Marriott – SW 200m
  • Pamela Abbott – SW 3k walk
  • Adam Cross – U20M 100m & 200m
  • Samuel Clarke – U20M 110m Hurdles
  • Oliver Newman – U20M 1500m
  • Edward Bellett-Traver – U20M 400m Hurdles
  • Robert Anderson – U20M 800m
  • Sam Markey – U20M Javelin
  • Alexander Melloy – U17M 1500m
  • Thomas Blake – U17M 800m
  • Charlie Knott – U17M HJ
  • Luke Carney – U17M Javelin
  • Stephanie Browne – U17W Hammer
  • Charlie Heal – U15B  100m
  • Isaac Rothwell – U15B 1500m
  • Nico Harter – U15B 80m Hurdles
  • George Keen – U15B 800m
  • Billy White – U15B Hammer & Shot
  • Hugh Aubrey – U15B Javelin
  • Matthew Oliver – U15B LJ
  • Maya Vandermark – U15G 300m
  • Matthew Smith – U13B 800m
  • Sophia Delville-Jones – U13G 100m
  • Polina Frakina – U13G LJ & 70m Hurdles
  • Rose Green – U13G 800m

For a full set of results including heats etc. go to the Power of 10 results page.