Monthly Archives: August 2015
Harriers young athletes make National Championship Finals – Medals and new PB’s for Harriers at Mid Lancs Medal Meeting
U15 & U17 Track & Field National Championships
The T&F Season concluded with some of the Harriers young athletes qualifying for the National Championships in Bedford on the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Full Results HERE
England Athletics Report HERE
Jacob Roberts (U17) had a cracking competition, setting a new PB of 57.55m placing in the top eight and breaking his own Club Record in the process. He told the Club that he “had a great weekend at English champs at Bedford . I was excited to qualify for the champs again this year. i was one of two in the lower year of under 17’s hammer comp, I qualified to the top eight, out of twelve which i was chuffed with. I gained a new personal best of 57,55 metres, nearly a metre more than last weeks throw which I as really happy with” and he went on to say “I would like to thank all who have helped me to achieve what I have done this year so far. After being injured early season I thought it would be over. i was lucky and with great coaching and support from Mick and Ian i am gratefully thankful for all their time and experience they have offered me and i am determined to make them proud of me in the future“.
(U17 Hammer finalists Jacob Roberts & Charlotte Williams with Coach Ian Vickery)
Emily Warren (U15) also had a great weekend when she set a massive new PB of 11.69 to take 3rd spot in the Heats of the 75m Hurdles to qualify for the Semi-Final. In the Semi’s she finished 6th in 11.74 a time that was well inside her old previous best coming into the Championships of 11.93. As you can imagine she was pleased with her efforts and commented to the Club that she was “Very happy with my results today coz a massive pb of 11.6, and came 3rd in my heat and 10th overall out of 27 bottom of the age group. Thank you for all the training that everyone’s given me and I can’t wait for many more years of athletics and hurdling”
Charlotte Williams (U15) finished in the top eight with a throw of 41.98m and told the Club that “Over the past 3 months I have succeeded in hammer quite well considering I am bottom of the age group and not been doing it long. I couldn’t of done this without the help of my coach’s and my mum and dad that take me to training every day and all the competitions. At the end of May I had a pb of 34 meters and now in just 3 months, I have got a pb of nearly 44 meters. I can’t wait for next season when I will be in the upper age of u15, and I wish to improve the same as I have done this year!“
Morgan Angland (U17) qualified for the Semi-Final in 4th place from her Heat in a time of 12.18 and placed 7th in the Semi-Final with 12.21. Morgan told the Club that she was “Really happy with my performance to end my U17 season, A lot better than recent performances. Excited to start U20 100mhurdles next season!”
(Hurdles Semi-Finalists Morgan Angland and Emily Warren)
Mid Lancs Medal Meeting at Blackpool Saturday August 29th
This years Medal Meeting held in day long sunshine produced some good results and new PB’s for the Harriers athletes helping them to end the season an a high note.
Full Results HERE
Paul Coffey ran 11.5 in the Senior Men’s 100m for 3rd place and then took a 2nd place in the 200m with 23.6. Simon Brown went in the Senior Men’s Discus and Shot winning the Shot with 11.90 which was a new PB and taking 2nd spot in the Discus with 34.27 – just one cm behind the winner. Tony Balko also entered the Senior Men’s Throws taking 3rd in the Discuss with a new PB of 31.88m and 2nd in the Hammer with 29.14.
Connor Davison and Sam Pearson-Moore contested the U17 Throws with Connor throwing 11.09 in the Shot Putt (4th) and 30.7m in the Javelin (6th). Sam took 5th in the Javelin with 34.27m.
In the U15 Boys Throws, Anthony Kent set a massive new PB in the Hammer when he won with a throw of 38.21 over three metres better than his previous best. He then just missed another PB in the Shot by a couple of cm’s when he placed 3rd with 10.80m. Lucas Davies had a good day coming 7th in the Shot Putt with 8.17m, 6th in the Javelin with a new PB of 22.83m and took a Bronze Medal in the Discus with a 3rd placed throw of 25.88m which was also a new PB.
In the U13’s competition Jonathon Gough took a 2nd place in the 100m Heat 2 with 14.60 and a good 4th place in the Long Jump with 4.07m and a new PB.
Olivia Brooks (U17) set a new PB in the High Jump which she won with a clearance of 1.50m. Chloe Bleeks (U15) was down to do the Long Jump, but missed the call up and went into the 100m forgetting that she was in the 300m and later the 200m. Undeterred she took 3rd place in the 100m (14.40) and then went straight into the 300m and won Heat 2 in 47.70 and also took 2nd place in the 200m with 30.70.
Morgan Phillips was after a PB in the 800m and he just got it bu one tenth of a second. Running a slow first lap of 62 sec he kicked from 300m and ran a 57.6 last lap to win the Race in 1.59,6 and that new PB.
U15 Maddie Elliott came 3rd in her Heat of the 200m (31.40) and won the 1500m in a time of 5.09.5. U15 Eloise Littlefair took two 2nd places on the day with 9.93m in the Shot, 23.06m in the Discus and 25.73m in the Javelin (5th). Promising U13 Sprinter Emily Raine ran just outside her PB when placed 2nd in Heat One of the 100m in a time of 13.8 and took 5th spot in the 200m with 30.7 She also did the High Jump finishing equal 6th with a clearance of 1.20m. Amy Davies (U13) ran a really good tactical race to win the 1500m in 5.18.5 and a new PB. Dad Christopher Davies won the 3000m in 10.07.9.
What a fantastic performance by Sophie Hitchon at the World Track & Field Championships in Beijing.
Sophie smashed her own National Record and finished 4th in the Final of the Women’s Hammer with a throw of 73.86m.
Congratulations from everyone at Blackburn Harriers on a wonderful achievement and one which is richly deserved.
What a tremendous performance by Blackburn Harrier Holly Bradshaw who jumped to a season’s best height of 4.70m to finish 7th in the Pole Vault Final at this years world Championship Track & Field Championships in Beijing
Timetable for all Events and Results HERE
Witton Park Arena was chosen to host the Northern Inter-Counties U17 – U15 Track and Field Championships this year and apart from a few spots of rain early on, the weather improved and it turned out to be a cracking day of athletics.
In the overall competition, Lancashire (including the Isle of Man) came 3rd on the day with 255 points to North East Counties in 2nd place (265) and the winners – Yorkshire with 277.
Team Results HERE
A number of Blackburn Harriers athletes – Ross Liddle, Morgan Angland, Grace Handley, Nick Massey, Emily Warren, Maddie Elliott and Eloise Littlefair – were selected to run for Lancashire and had pretty good results on the day, two of them set new PB’s.
Individual Results HERE
Ross Liddle (U17) placed 5th in the 100m Hurdles in 14.95 – Morgan Angland U17 in the 80mHurdles came 4th in a time of 12.43 – Grace Handley U17 set a new PB in the 3000m finishing 2nd in 10.17.04.
Nick Massey (U15) placed 2nd in the 80mHurdles with 12.14. Nick also featured in the 4 x 100m Relay squad which finished in 4th spot (50.86). Emily Warren (U15) was 3rd in the 75mHurdles in 11.93 and ran in the 4 x 100m Relay Team finishing 5th in 52.52. Maddie Elliott (U15) came in 3rd in the ‘B’ 800m with 2.26.44 which was less than a second outside her PB. Eloise Littlefair set a new PB in the Shot Putt by half a metre – featuring 19 Shot Putters – when she placed 6th with a throw of 10.73m which was a new Club Record.
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Horwich Series 2015 – 19th August
Final Race in the Series took place last Wednesday and resulted in Individual and Team wins for the Harriers. The Men who won the Team 1st prize on the night with Ben Fish, Karl Billington, Tim Raynes and Paul Guinan also won the Series with a total of 5 points from Burnden Road Runners in 2nd on 7 points and Horwich in 3rd with 10 points.
Full Race Results HERE
Series Results HERE
Ben Fish won the Race in a time 25.38 with Karl Billington in 2nd spot (26.14) followed by Tim Raynes (6th) in 27.41 and Paul Guinan 7th in 29.05 who also won the V45 1st Prize on the night. Chris Davies – who finished 4th overall in the four Race Series – made it five Harriers in the top ten on the night when he placed 10th (30.15). Next home was Allan Hartley – and 3rd V40 – in a time of 31.54 followed by Carly Edwards in 59th (36.35), Kaylie Panaro 75th (38.55) and Stuart Furness (86th) and 1st V65 in 42.14.
In the Junior Race – Amy Davies – won the Girls Race on the night when she finished 8th overall in the mixed Boys and Girls Race in a time of 5.51. Amy also won the Series with 4 points, Ella Pendlebury taking 2nd place with 8. Isabelle Hartley came in 3rd 9yr old Girl on the night in 7.57 and Kyle Pomfret was 22nd in a time of 6.27. Seven yr old Hannah Davies was 31st in 7.27.
Junior Results Here
Junior Series Results HERE
The Pendle Three Peaks – 22nd August
The Pendle Three Peaks Race took place on Saturday August 22nd, a Race described by the organisers on the Race website as “We feel that this is the route that best embraces the fells around the Pendle area. It takes on the 3 toughest Climbs in the area with great descents and fast running in between. The race is perfect for those seeking to step up to the full tour of Pendle/Lakeland races or similar AL or BL fell races. It will also challenge the true fell runner who enjoys grassy descent and tough long climbs.”
Full Results HERE
There was a total field of 152 runners with 121 in the Men’s Race and 31 in the Women’s Race. The Men’s Race won by Darren Kay in Sean Livesey 1.24.47 saw Shaun Livesey finish in 9th place in a time of 1hr .37.30 and 2nd V40 and told the Club that “Having not raced on the fell since the stan bradshaw round I thought I would give it a bash and use it as a good threshold run. Knowing the hill well I was not concerned about getting lost during the race. I set of steady not worried about other runners. It became clear on the first decent I had worn the wrong shoes with many runners flying past me. However I soon caught them up when it came to the climbs on the back end of the race. When I came to the last climb up the big end I remember Micheal toms ( on a previous run) telling me to take a different line. I was a bit unsure but decided to use it, and I can tell you I shall use it again I definitely gave me an advantage on the other runners going straight up. I finished 9th feeling good and strong. Note to self, next time mudclaw”.
Andy Heys also ran and came in 61st place with a time of 2.00.05. Helen Leigh who is training for the forthcoming Coast- to Coast Event had a really good run to finish 2nd Woman overall in 1hr. 48.15 and commented “wanted to get a last hard run in before the c2c and this was definately that! Pretty much the tour of pendle minus the easy bit! I felt a bit sluggish as been training hard so just did my best to slog round and was second female. Not my greatest run but hopefully a good set up for the four day coast to coast adventure race this Friday!“
Rochdale 10k – 23rd August
Three hundred and sixty eight runners made up the field for the Rochdale 10k won by Joe Bailey in 32.02. Chris Davies had a very good run on this toughish 10k Course to come in the top ten finishing 6th overall in 37.20.
Full Results HERE
Shore Road Race, Littleborough, Lancashire 14th August
Full Results HERE
John Chaplin is getting back into racing after a long period having to deal with an injury and had a good run in this Race coming in 14th overall in 29.01 and 1st V55.
Golf Ball fell Race – August 19th
Chris Barnes was one of 149 runners at the Golf Ball Race last Wednesday and finished 9th overall in 41.49 with Joe Mercer winning the Race in 38.34.
Full Results HERE
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