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UK sprint record for Nia at Lee Valley

Nia Wedderburn-Goodison started the New Year in style by breaking the UK U13 girls 60m all time record (electronic timing) in a superb 8:05 at the Lee Valley indoors track! The time is also a Club record in the age group above her (U15). Well done Nia and all the other athletes from Harrow who ran on New Years Day – other results were:

60m: Marlon Hogg-Williams 7.00, Joshua Wood 7.24, Barrington King 7.98, Nickarlo Brown 7.99, Yahliel Imani 8.03, Nia Wedderburn-Goodison 8.05, Paul Goodison 8.26, Mya Green 8.37, Mya Ashbourne 8.38, Tiana Campbell 8.90, Eve O’Goan 9.14.

200m: Marlon Hogg-Williams 22.48, Yahliel Imani 25.87, Paul Goodison 27.28, Mya Ashbourne 27.82, Imaan Dennis 27.89, Nia Wedderburn-Goodison 27.90, Barrington King 28.70, Mya Green 28.98, Tiana Campbell 30.06, Eve O’Goan 31.00

400m: Nick Andrews 56.30, Jason Kabel 60.65

800m: Rachel Ayrton 2:31.89, Eve O’Goan 2:41.99, Charlotte Ballentine 2:54.14


Harrow athletes at Lee Valley

Below are Harrow athletes who were competing in a recent ‘minithon’ at Lee Valley and took a photo opportunity with the 2015 European Junior High Jump champion, Morgan Lake!

Harrow athletes with Morgan Lake

May 2014 – Middlesex County Championships

Harrow Athletic Club is celebrating after winning ten county titles, and 15 other medals, in the Middlesex County Championships at Lee Valley on Saturday.

Two of the Club’s top sprinters returned to action after injury and both claimed gold medals. Omar Grant grabbed the senior 200 metres title, ahead of brother Jerwayne, while national champion Kesi Oludoyitook the under 17 100 metres. Nikita Poplawski won the under 20 400 metres hurdles title while Salim Muhammed took the 100 metres bronze.

Eugenie Brown won the under 20 200 metres title and also took silver in the 100 metres. Georgie Floyd won the javelin with an impressive 36.46.

Ellie Chandler continues to impress in the hammer and and she won the under 17 title with an excellent 48.28. Sophie Dowson cleared 3.10 to take the pole vault, with Megan Bailey taking silver, while Sophie Fung won the under 15 title with 2.30m.

Jade Spencer-Smith won two under 13 silvers, in the hurdles and long jump, while Cartier Yearwood also struck silver, in the 200 metres.

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