Brighton Men qualify for the National Road Relay Champs
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Friday, 22 September 2017 19:40

Brighton & Hove Senior Men qualified for the National Road Relay championships at the South of England Championships at the Crystal Palace on Sunday.

The team clocked 95:10 when filling 16th place in 95:10s and are now eligible to compete in the National Road Relay championships at Mansfield in November.

The club's U13 girls team finished 16th,

U15 Boys 10th,

U15 Girls saw Brighton & Hove finish 16th and Brighton & Hove “B” 22nd.

U17 men: 16th Brighton & Hove.

U17 Women 14th Brighton & Hove.

M40: 9th Brighton & Hove.

 
Bronze for Rojas at Barnes Green Half
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Friday, 22 September 2017 19:48

Neil Boniface had a cracking run in the Barnes Green Half-marathon on Sunday when he steamed well clear to take the title in 70:15s.

Veteran Boniface finished more than a minute clear of Paul Navesey who clocked 71:50s with Brighton & Hove Kevin Rojas third in 72:44s.

 
Brighton Women sweep up Golds at Combined Events
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Sunday, 10 September 2017 19:20

Becky Owen has been out injured for six months but came back to winning form to take the Senior Women's Heptathlon title at the Sussex Championships at Sutton over the weekend -less than one hundred points shy of her PB when scoring 4590 points. Becky was in good company. Brighton women had a clean sweep of masters titles with Judith Carder winning the W60, Catriona Gardner the U50 and Stef Dornbusch - in her first multi events since returning to competitive athletics - the W45 title.

In the younger age groups Oscar Tomlinson (Hastings) snatched a close victory, in the U15 boys Pentathlon with 2143 points to 2129, over Brighton & Hove’s Arthur Haines. In the final discipline Tomlinson produced a sparking 800m after Haines had led from the first event

 
Matt rises to the challenge at ESAA Combined Events
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Saturday, 16 September 2017 19:35

Matt Smith was one fo the individual Sussex Schools athletes who travelled to Boston for the finals of the English Schools Combined events championships.

Despite having a slightly lower key season that last year the ever reliable Matt, in his final year at these championships had a good result in the Senior (U19) decathlon by placing tenth with 5470 points.

He did manage to include one PB in his ten events with a run of 18.07s in the 110m hurdles.

His other efforts in rather windy conditions were 12.07s for the 100m, 6.14m long jump, 10.98m shot putt, 1.80m high jump, 55.98s 400m, 35.98m discus, 3.30m pole vault, 43.71m javelin throw and 5:01.57s for the 1500m.

 
Brilliant Results for B&H athletes at the U15/U20 Inter-Counties
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Saturday, 09 September 2017 19:14

There were five Sussex winners on a rain and windswept day at Horspath, Oxford, in the Southern U15 and U20 Inter-county match over the weekend.

Holiday’s played havoc with most County teams but the Sussex Under 15s excelled themselves with a brilliant second team spot scoring 123.5 points to the winning Kent team’s 124.5 while the decimated Under 20 squad, ably supplemented by some U17 athletes did exceptionally well to finish in sixth team place.

All in all it was a fine performance by the Sussex athletes many of whom had to battle with severe weather.

Ironically three of the winners came in the U20 match and each one was an U17 athlete.

Without doubt the star performer was Brighton's Amber Anning who not only won the U20 100m in her one and only race over this distance this season. Her time into driving rain was a remarkable 11.79s which is an Under 17 county record and equalled the long standing former Sussex senior record by Carley Wenham.The time was also the second fastest by a British Under 17 this season.

Also in the U20 group Amber's clubmate Rafe Brooks, who has certainly ended his season on a high again improved his personal best when winning with a leap of 6.68m a leap that is just two centimetres shy of the best leap by a Sussex senior athlete this season.

Winners however do not always win team events.

The Sussex success in the Under 15 Southern Championship, and this applies to both teams was based on the commitment of the whole team and there were a host of second and third places, including Lizzie Korczak who was squeezed into second in javelin with 38.02m.

Sixth team place would have been considered a good placing for the Under 20s in most years but this year it was outstanding and second for the Under 15 is probably the best ever team placing for Sussex at these championships.

 
B&H's Under 13's Triumph at League Final
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Sunday, 03 September 2017 19:08

A neck and neck battle for the Sussex Under 13 League Crown went to the wire on a damp, murky Sunday at Crawley’s K2 stadium before Brighton & Hove got the better of reigning champions, Crawley.

Brighton & Hove, 349.5 points, took an early lead and managed to hold on to a narrow margin and this reversed last year’s result. Crawley scored 345, Horsham Blue Star finished in third with 284 points, well clear of fourth placed Chichester.

The dank weather conditions did not dampen the enthusiasm shown by the athletes, who provided a fine afternoon of competition, but it did impact on the performances during the afternoon.

It was not a good year for record breaking and just one fell on Sunday, the 1000m, which in turn had been the only record to tumble this season.

Rachael Wall (Brighton & Hove) had a good victory in the girls javelin throw reaching 26.89m.

Well done to all the athletes and to team manager Sarah Yelling.

 
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