Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers
Top individual performances this week Print
Written by David Barrington   
Tuesday, 24 August 2004 15:13
Dominique Blaize & Jamie McCullagh get top marks this last week - Dominique staked a further claim for a place in the World Youth Championships in Australia later this year by heading some of her rivals for a place in winning the Long at the Inter-Regional match at Ipswich whilst Jamie clocked a second impressive sub 1.52.0 in BMC races at Watford(1.51.31 & then 1.51.30).
 
Lily B League R3 Guildford August 21st Print
Written by David Barrington   
Sunday, 22 August 2004 12:26
A 4th place in this final regular season match was just not enough to enable us to defend out Cup Final win of 2003 but we shall just have to win the Plate instead. Best performances came from our hurdlers - Harriet Lester equalling her pb in the U15 75m event at 11.8 and Phoebe Haynes clocking a useful personal best of 13.4 in 2nd place in the U13 70m.Scores - S&D 373,AFD 240,Walton 192,K&P 181 etc. 
 
ROSENHEIM FINAL RESCHEDULED AFTER INCIDENT Print
Written by David Barrington   
Wednesday, 18 August 2004 22:54
Following the cancellation,on Police orders,of the Final at Tooting on August 18th after a stabbing incident at the track a few minutes before the start,the event has been rescheduled for WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8th - SAME TIME,SAME PLACE
 
AAA Under 17 & Under 15 Championships,Birmingham August 14/15 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Thursday, 19 August 2004 18:04
Dominique Blaize medalled twice at the Alexander Stadium but,by her own high standards,would probably have been disappointed. A fine 5m87 LJ could not match Jade Surman's 5m99 and she had to settle for silver whilst there was a 3-way tie in the HJ,with Dominique taking bronze on countback. Harriet Lester ran 12.18 in her 75H semi and reached 4m73 in the LJ,whilst Stuart Price,still not back to his best after injury,ran 11.93 in his heat,some half-a-second short of his best.
 
BAL Final Round-Up 2004 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Monday, 16 August 2004 19:13

BRITISH ATHLETICS LEAGUE REPORT 2004

It says volumes for the spirit,loyalty and ability of the BAL squad that,despite relatively serious injuries to three of our throwing group,our strongest element during the summer,we survived another season of intense Division Four rivalry and emerged unscathed - and still a BAL team!

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