EA U17/U15 CHAMPIONSHIPS, BEDFORD, 30/31 AUGUST 2014 - Surrey medal winners.
On Day 1 Surrey athletes win 3 out of 4 100m races and come 2nd in the fourth plus 1 further gold.
On Day 2 Surrey athletes win both Under-15 Hurdles finals plus 2 other golds giving a weekend total of 8 gold medals. Joseph Massimo sets a Championship Best in the Under-15 Boys 200m of 22.15 which would have been a Surrey record had it not been for a following wind of 3.6 m/s.
SURREY UNDER-17 HAMMER RECORD - Competing in the Open Throws Meeting held at St. Mary's, Twickenham on 24 August 2014, Sophie Mace (Walton AC) improved her record (50.54m set in June this year) for the Under-17 Women 3kg Hammer with a throw of 50.60m. Surrey U17W records.
SURREY 5K ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON 17 AUGUST 2014 - RESULTS.
SURREY UNDER-15 800M RECORDS - Katy-Ann McDonald (Blackheath & Bromley) set a new Surrey record for Under-15 Girls 800m of 2:06.47 whilst competing in the BMC Meeting held at Eltham on 20 August 2014. It is also a UK Age 15 Best Performance. This beat the previous County record of 2:08.34 she set on 16 August 2014 at Crystal Palace at the South of England Championships which was an improvement of her previous record of 2:10.99 set in May 2013. Surrey U15G records.
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, ZURICH, 12 - 17 AUGUST 2014 - 5 Surrey athletes were included in the Great Britain & Northern Ireland team announced on 15th July:- 100m & 4x100m - Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (Sutton & District); 100m & 4x100m - James Dasaolu (Croydon); 400m & 4x400m - Martyn Rooney (Croydon); 5000m Emelia Gorecka (Aldershot, Farnham & District) & High Jump Morgan Lake (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow). SURREY ATHLETES MAKE THEIR CONTRIBUTION (4G & 1B) TO ONE OF BRITAIN'S MOST SUCCESSFUL CHAMPIONSHIPS.
DAY 1: 3 Surrey athletes = 3 first places.
DAY 2: James Dasaolu wins 100m Final & Harry Aikines-Areetey finishes 3rd. James is first Surrey athlete to win a European individual outdoor title since Paul Nihill (20k Walk, Athens 1969). Surrey had 3 athletes in Semi-finals (Rooney, Aikines-Aryeetey & Dasaolu) and each came first.
DAY 4: Martyn Rooney wins 400m Final. First time since 1950 that 2 Surrey athletes have won European titles at a single outdoor championship. Then, in Brussels it was Derek Pugh (400m) and John Parlett (800m).
DAY 5: Both men's relay teams, containing Surrey athletes, won their heats to qualify for the Final.
DAY 6: Victories for both men's relay teams. Performances by Surrey athletes. Performances by Surrey athletes at previous European Championships.
IAAF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, EUGENE, OREGON, USA, 22 / 27 JULY 2014 - Performances by Surrey athletes. MORGAN LAKE WINS HEPTATHLON & HIGH JUMP Morgan Lake (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow) cleared 1.94m in the Heptathlon High Jump - a new National Junior & Surrey County Junior record & equals the County Senior record and best ever by a Junior in a heptathlon competition. She also set PBs in the Javelin (41.66m) and 800m (2:21.06). Her total score of 6148 points is a World Youth (U18) best. and a Surrey U20 & Senior record.
In Sunday's High Jump Final Morgan cleared 1.93m on her second attempt to win. SHONA RICHARDS SECOND IN 400M HURDLES & 4x400M RELAY Shona Richards (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow) set a UK Junior record of 56.16 when she won the silver medal in 400m Hurdles final on Saturday. Shona ran the first leg in the 4x400m where the British team finished second. Surrey U20W records. Surrey SW records.
ENGLAND ATHLETICS - EA announced on 17 July 2014 the appointment of 3 new non-executive directors. We congratulate our Officials Secretary, Peter Crawshaw, for his appointment which will be formally ratified at the AGM.
SURREY STEEPLECHASE RECORD - Competing in the Southern Athletics League fixture held at Aldershot on 12 July 2014 Laura Gent (Aldershot, Farnham & District) set a new Under-20 record for the 2000m steeplechase with a time of 7:16.0. This beat the previous record of 7:24.9 set by Sarah-Jane Pickett in 2001. Surrey U20W records.
SENIOR INTER-COUNTIES, MILE END, 13 JULY 2014 - RESULTS.
You will see from the results the consequences of no one volunteering to be Team Manager for the Senior Men!
SURREY 10K ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS, RICHMOND 22 JUNE 2014 - RESULTS.
SURREY RECORDS - On 4th May 2014 Emelia Gorecka (Aldershot, Farnham & District) set a new record for the Senior Women 5000m. It was set when she finished 5th in the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational held at Stanford University, California. Her time of 15:07.45 beat the previous record of 15:14.08 set by Natalie Harvey in 2004. Surrey SW records.
Competing in the London Inter-Club Challenge held at Copthall on 28th June 2014 Sakia Millard (Herne Hill) set a time of 2:08.21 for 800m. As this was set in a mixed gender race it can not be a County record. However we show it in the lists with an mx suffix as it is faster than the existing record of 2:10.99. Surrey U15G records.
SURREY STEEPLECHASE RECORDS - On 1st June 2014 new records were set for the Senior Women, Under-20 Women and Under-17 Women 1500m Steeplechase.
Competing in the UKYDL at Carshalton, Suzannah Monk (Guildford & Godalming) set a new Senior/U20 mark of 5:09.2. This improved the previous record of 5:14.32 set by Ruth Haynes in April 2012. Surrey SW records. Surrey U20W records.
Competing in the UKYDL at Bromley, Kathryn Ditton (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow) set a new U17 mark of 5:14.31. This improved the previous record of 5:15.58 set by Phoebe Law in September 2013. Surrey U17W records.
EA U23/U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS, BEDFORD, 21/22 JUNE 2014 - Surrey medal winners.
Apologies to Shona Richards (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow) who we reported as setting a new Surrey record when winning the Under-20 400m Hurdles. We had not received the details of her performances earlier this season when she had broken the record on 3 previous occasions. The record now stands at 56.79 which she set in Namur, Belgium on 28th May 2014. Surrey U20W records.
The 400m Hurdles was the top event for Surrey as county athletes won 3 of the 4 age groups (U20W Shona Richards, U23M Blade Ashby & U20M Jacob Paul) and was second in the 4th (U23W Aisha Naibe-Wey).
EUROPEAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS, BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY, 21/22 JUNE 2014 - 3 Surrey represented Great Britain & Northern Ireland:- Luke Caldwell (Dorking & Mole Valley) 5000m - 6th 13:59.25;) Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (Sutton & District) 4x100m - 1st 38.51 (Leg 2) & Jade Lally (Shaftesbury Barnet) Discus - 8th 53.71m. Molly Renfer (Kingston & Polytechnic) representing Switzerland over 1500m in League 2 fixture held in Riga, Latvia finished 6th in 4:35.27.
SURREY SCHOOLS TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, KINGSMEADOW, 14 JUNE 2014 - Results are available on the Surrey Schools AA website.
Competing at this meeting Joey Watson (WSEH) set a new Under-20 Record for the 6kg Shot with a throw of 17.43m. This improved the previous record of 17.31m he set in March. Surrey U20M records. Joseph Massimo (Crawley AC) set a new county record of 36.17 for the Under-15 Boys 300m improving the previous record of 36.24 which he set in May. Surrey U15B records.
SURREY TEAM MANAGER VACANCIES - We currently have 1 vacancy amongst our list of Track & Field Team Managers for 2014. We are seeking volunteers for the Senior Men Team Manager position. Without someone acting as a Team Manager we are unable to enter a team! If you are interested or wish for further information then please contact Paul Eales.
SURREY ROAD LEAGUE 2014 - The results from the first three races have been recorded. Please note that the Women's age group tables have not been updated as we are awaiting further information. Surrey Road League 2014 Current Positions (revised 12 June).
SURREY 10 MILES ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS, DORKING 1 JUNE 2014 - RESULTS.
SURREY RECORDS 17-year-old Morgan Lake (Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow) became the first Surrey female to exceed 6,000 Heptathlon points when she scored 6,081 for 17th place in the IAAF Hypo Meeting at Gotzis, Austria, over the weekend of 31 May/1 June. Her previous best was also a county record - 5,896 points in Florence, Italy, in early May. Her individual performances were: 100mH 14.32/0.2; HJ 1.87m; SP 14.85m; 200m 24.59/1.4; LJ 6.03m/0.0; JT 39.74m; 800m 2:22.98. Morgan's shot putt of 14.85m was a new Under-20 record beating the previous record of 14.59m set by Dawn Grazette (Croydon H) in 1991. Surrey SW records. Surrey U20W records.
Competing in the UKYDL fixture held at Carshalton on 1 June, Sophie Mace (Walton AC) improved her record (50.46m set in April this year) for the Under-17 Women 3kg Hammer with a throw of 50.54m. Surrey U17W records.
SURREY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, KINGSMEADOW, 24/25 MAY 2014 - RESULTS.
All results have been included in the database and profiles updated. Series data for the throws and jumps have also been added. Click on "Result Card" in the heading for the relevant event to see the information. Joseph Massimo (Crawley AC) set a county record of 36.24 for the Under-15 Boys 300m in winning the final. Surrey U15B records.
SURREY HIGH JUMP RECORD - Competing in the Loughborough International Meeting on 18th May 2014, Morgan Lake of Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow set a new Surrey County Under-20 record for the High Jump with a height of 1.93m. This was also a UK Junior record. The previous record of 1.91m was set by Lea Haggett in 1991. Surrey U20W records.
SURREY HALF MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS, PETERSHAM 4 MAY 2014 - RESULTS.
SURREY HEPTATHLON RECORD - Scoring 5896 points over two days of May 2-3 - just nine days before her 18th birthday - in her first heptathlon with senior implements, Morgan Lake of Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow set a new Surrey County record (Senior & Under-20) when competing in Florence, Italy in the Multistars meeting. Her individual performances were 100mH 14.25/+0.1; HJ 1.87m; SP 12.90m; 200m 25.04/+0.7; LJ 6.16m/+0.1; JT 36.62m; 800m 2:22.72. The previous record of 5702 points was set by Jo Rowland in 2013. Surrey SW records. Surrey U20W records.
SURREY COUNTY RECORD
Competing at the Mt. Sac Relays Meeting held in Walnut, California USA on 18 April 2014, Babatunde Amosu (Croydon Harriers) set a new Senior Triple Jump Record of 15.97m / 0.0. This improved the previous record of 15.93m set by Kola Adedoyin in 2010 (NOTE. Kola transferred his allegiance to Leicestershire in 2011 and is, therefore, no longer a Surrey athlete). This new record is under threat, not only from Babatunde but also, from Jonathan Ilori (Blackheath & Bromley) who had a wind-assisted jump of 16.10 also in the USA on April 11. Surrey SM records.
SCAN - MAY 2014 - The latest edition of the county newsletter is available for download.
SURREY 10K TRACK RACE WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP, BATTERSEA PARK, 30 APRIL 2014 - RESULTS.
SURREY COUNTY RECORDS
(1) Competing at the Young Athletes Development League Division 1 South Meeting held at Southampton on 27 April 2014, Munroe Ritchie (Crawley AC) set a new Under-20 Record for the 6kg Hammer with a throw of 57.60m. This improved the previous record of 57.22m set by Chris Scott in 2007. Munroe is an Under-17. Surrey U20M records.
(2) Competing at the Rosenheim League Meeting held at Kingsmeadow on 30 April 2014, Sophie Mace (Walton AC) set the inaugral Record for the Under-17 Women 3kg Hammer with a throw of 50.46m. She adds this record to her 4kg record set earlier this year. Surrey U17W records.
DAVID LITTLEWOOD, MBE - Surrey vice-president David Littlewood, MBE, passed away in the early hours of Sunday, March 16th.
David, who received the England Athletics Services to Officiating Award in 2012, was one of Britain's best known athletics officials and has been involved in our sport for more than 60 years. He was a familiar figure at international meetings both at home and abroad and was UKA's representative on the IAAF Technical Committee. He was Out of Stadium Competition Director at the London Olympics and was the London marathon men's race referee for almost 30 years. He celebrated his 73rd birthday in 2010 by receiving his MBE from the Queen, awarded in recognition of his volunteer service to athletics.
He officiated at numerous Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth events and his involvement extended right across our sport and at the time of his death he had been honorary secretary of the English Schools Athletics Association, a post he held since 1992. Since 1981, he was Chairman of the British Technical Officials' Committee and Honorary Secretary of the UK Rules Revision Group with responsibility for producing the UK Athletics Rulebook every two years.
He was a lifelong member of Hercules Wimbledon AC and after serving as treasurer for a record 43 years was elected president in 2004. He never forgot the grass roots of our sport and regularly supported Surrey, club and other domestic events, international commitments permitting. Profile.
David had been seriously ill for three months before his death and his sister, Carole, is grateful for the many cards and messages David received during his period of ill health when she looked after him. An event to celebrate the life of David Littlewood, MBE, will be held at Sandown Park on Wednesday, May 7th, starting at 2pm. All are welcome.
David's sister Carole has asked for any donations in David's memory be made either to the Princess Alice Hospice, or to Hercules Wimbledon AC, as both were so important to David. Online donations can be made at their secure page www.lodgebrothers.co.uk. People should click on "make a donation" and when prompted put in David Littlewood, they will then be taken to David’s donation page.
NATIONAL SPORTSHALL FINALS, MANCHESTER, 5/6 APRIL 2014 - Great performances by the 3 Surrey teams:-
U15 Girls 1st (Fran Davey TM) - won by 55 points! (see photo ===>)
U13 Boys 2nd (Graham Maxwell TM).
U13 Girls 4th (Laura White TM).
Lots of individual medals as well.
GERRY NORTH 1936 - 2014 - Cross country international Gerry North sadly died in Portsmouth at 11.15 pm on 1 April 2014, aged 77, after a long illness.
His early career was with Blackpool & Fylde AC and Lancashire. Gerry and his younger brother Geoff moved south to London in 1962 and joined Belgrave Harriers. Whilst Geoff retained his Lancashire affiliation, Gerry, who worked as a salesman and was an agent for Asics Tiger running shoes, quickly set about winning Surrey titles on the track and country from 3 miles upwards. Gerry's best times included 14:06.1 for 5000 metres; 28:08.4 for 6 miles, 29:21.0 for 10,000 metres, and 48:38.2 for 10 miles on the track. Profile.
In his later years Gerry moved further south to Portsmouth where he took up coaching and organised many road races, including the prestigious Victory 5 Miles event. He leaves two sons David (14:37.6 for 5000m) and Andy (14:55.8) who also inherited his ability to race well over the country.
Gerry North was a gentle, approachable character who was very popular with his all distance running rivals in Britain and the county, and he will be sadly missed. David Cocksedge
SURREY COUNTY RECORD - Competing at the Havering Spring Warm-Up Meeting held at Hornchurch on 30 March 2014, Joey Watson (WSEH) set a new Under-20 Record for the 6kg Shot with a throw of 17.31m. This improved the previous record of 17.02m he set the previous weekend. Surrey U20M records.
SURREY COUNTY RECORD - Competing at the London Throws Meeting held at Copthall on 29 March 2014, Sophie Mace (Walton) set a new Under-17 Record for the 4kg Hammer with a throw of 39.90m. This improved the previous record of 39.82m which she set in 2013. Surrey U17W records.
SURREY COUNTY RECORD - Competing at the Arthur Killbery Memorial Meeting held at Crookham Common, Newbury on 22/23 March 2014, Joey Watson (WSEH) set a new Under-20 Record for the 6kg Shot with a throw of 17.02m. This improved the previous record of 17.01m set by Michael Wheeler in 2007. Surrey U20M records.
RESPECT TO OUR TEAM MANAGERS - Surrey County Athletic Association does not accept or condone the use of offensive behaviour towards or abuse or bullying of team managers under any circumstances. Team managers are all volunteers and make their decisions on the basis of information available to them. While not everyone is likely to agree with all of their decisions they must respect them and all the hours of work and agonising that go into the difficult task these team managers carry out in the interests of encouraging athletics in the county
CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG - England Athletics is publicising this charity.
CRY is a charity that was established to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to the sudden cardiac death of young people. They operate a screening programme at a number of clinics around the UK and support this with mobile units that travel to other locations.
Full information about CRY and their services can be found on their website at www.c-r-y.org.uk. Young people between the age of 14 and 35 who would like to have cardiac testing can go to www.testmyheart.org.
You can also see www.uka.org.uk/governance/health-safety/cardiac-screening-for-athletes/ for information on work being done by UKA in this area.
Following the death of a young member of Croydon Harriers, Mike Fleet has been promoting this charity for several years and anyone wishing to have copies of his photographs has been asked to make a donation to CRY. Further he has been exchanging for donations bookmarks signed by famous athletes to raise funds for this charity.We thank those of you who have shown your support in the past.
NEW DATABASE FACILITY - It is now possible to review the performances by Surrey athletes at the Major International Championships. For example you can view all performances at the Olympic Games or finalists at the European Indoor Championships or medal winners at the Commonwealth Youth Games etc....... Click on "Results" above and then select "Major Championships". As always please let us know of any errors or ommissions. Webmaster.
SURREY COUNTY ATHLETICS HISTORICAL INFORMATION - CAN YOU HELP? - Keith Burchell currently holds the archives for the Surrey County AAA and Surrey County WAAA. These are far from being complete. If you have any past information such as programmes, committee minutes, championship results etc that you are thinking of disposing then please contact Keith. In particular, sets of County Championship results prior to 1980 are sought.
SURREY SCHOOLS ATHLETICS HISTORICAL INFORMATION - CAN YOU HELP? - Surrey Schools AA have had a request from Michael Stenning, as part of his family history research.
He wants to know if his aunt, Iris Marshall, won the girls hurdles at Surrey Schools T&F at Motspur Park between 1934-39.
Another request for any old programmes from Surrey Schools in the 1934-39 period, and also for 1954 Surrey Schools T&F Champs. Please contact Peter Shilling.
SURREY ALL-TIME RANKINGS - Over the past months David Cocksedge, Pete Mulholland and Keith Burchell have been compiling lists of the best performances for each of the standard track and field events for Men and Women. Further assistance has been provided by Liz Sissons, Alan Mead and Tom Pollak. The results of their efforts are now available by clicking on the "All-time Track & Field Rankings" button above. It is possible that some performances have been missed - please contact Pete Mulholland with any further performances that should be included. Performances are only eligible for athletes who were Surrey-qualified at the time of setting the performance. The names and clubs shown are those of the athlete at the time the performance was set.
RESULTS ARCHIVE- On this website you will find the results of previous County Championships. To find out what is available then click on the buttons below:-
Thanks to Don Turner, Michael Cowlard & Keith Burchell for compiling these results. Further results will be added later.
The Track & Field Championships database has recently had the complete results of the 2013 Combined Events, Steeplechases & Relays Championships plus the fullresults of the 1978 Surrey Women's Championships. If you are able to add this information then please contact Webmaster. There are over 73,000 individual performances from past Track & Field Championships stored within the database.
FORMS FOR PHOTO-FINISH, RACE CLOCK & RADIOS SCAA has (a) photo finish, (b) a race clock and (c)
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