PB’s: 167 (43%)
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Courtesy of Adrian Royle
European U20 Richard Charles 1:48.30
European U20 Loren Bleaken 2:05.18
World U18 Molly Long 2:06.30
World U18 Chelsea Jarvis 2:06.33
World U18 Emily Jenkinson 2:07.91
European U20 James McMurray – 3:43.08
European U20 Matt McLaughlin – 3:43.26
European U20 Shaun Wyllie – 3:44.19
European U20 Lewis Lloyd 3:46.72
World U8 Booby Clay – 9:24.99
World U18 Bronwen Owen – 9:30.50
European U23 John McDonnell – 13:57.19
European U20 Michael Callegari – 14:21.53
European U20 Emelia Gorecka – 15:35.82
European U23 Kate Avery – 15:49.41
European U20 Rebecca Weston 15;59.97
European U20 Alex Clay – 16:30.88
Men’s 800 A-B RACES
Rory Graham-Watson said after his success that he refers to let his spikes do the talking and that is exactly what he did as he ran a personal best of 1:47.79 to win the A race.
“I don’t set public targets as it is easy to talk and harder to back it up,” said Graham-Watson.
“I am really surprised with that win as I was only a 1:48.9 man last season and I came unstuck a few times kicking from 300 metres out and then dying. I am paying the other guys more respect now and trying to hold something back for the finish although that last 20 metres was a bit of a blur.
“I have to be pleased with that as I beat some good guys who are quicker than me.”
Runner-up Oliver Aitchinson just missed the Euro U23 qualifying mark of 1:48.00 by 0.14secs as he also clocked a PB but in fourth Shaftesbury Barnet’s Richard Charles dipped under the European U20 qualifying standard of 1:49.00 with 1:48.30.
Joseph Maynard also surprised himself and coach – his dad Darrell – by running a PB of 1:48.28 in third having raced the previous Thursday evening in Riga and admitting to being jaded before the start.
In eighth Tonbridge junior Sean Molloy fell short of the 1:49 qualifying – though he did it last year with his PB of 1:48.24 – as he clocked 1:50.30.
Paul Bradshaw, who was prominent up the back straight, failed to finish with coach Maynard explaining that he was jet-lagged and feeling jaded after a long trip home from a few days earlier.
The B race saw a tremendous tussle between Jake Wightman and Chris Warburton. Drawing on his experience Warburton attempted to ease his way through on the inside after Wightman had taken the race by the scruff of the neck in the last 200m.
But the 18-year-old’s boldness and confidence, which must be sky-high after his recent PB of 3:43.74 to go third on the UK U20 Rankings, was rewarded with top spot although both runners were awarded the same time of 1:49.27. For Wightman it was a PB by over two seconds as he broke 1:50 for the first time.
“That is my first proper 800m and I will take that time any day,” said Wightman.
Further back Carl Hill and Louis Rawlins were also rewarded with new PBs.
There were season’s bests of 1:51.82 and 1:52.17 for Graeme Oudney and Mark Patterson respectively in the C race while in the D race fast-finishing Luke Betts clocked a season’s best of 1:52.24 to overhaul 19-year-old Jamie Webb, who was rewarded with a PB of 1:52.68. There was also PB of 1:53.09 for Daniel Gurton in fourth.
“That’s my best race so far this season as I was really disappointed with my performance at Solihull,” said Betts
Cameron Boyek showed a welcome return to form with a season’s best of 1:51.96 to easily win the E race and put behind him his recent problems.
“I had a nightmare winter as a stress response injury to my right tibia kept me out of training for three months,” said Boyek.
“It is great to be back and for 700 metres I felt really strong tonight. My targets for this season had been the European U23 Championships and trying to get the Scottish qualifying time for the Commonwealth Games next year but after the injury that changed.
“I’m not sure if I will be fit enough for the trials yet so we’ll have to wait and see.”
In the F race there was a PB of 1:53.04 for winner Jamaine Coleman while Tom Watson also recorded a PB of 1:52.04 to win the G race with Grant Muir sealing a Scottish one-two.
But Ryan Buck found that a PB of 1:55.36 wasn’t quite enough to beat Oliver James in the H race.
The ethos of the BMC races was not better exemplified than by teenager Loren Bleaken in the 800m A race. The 17-year-old tracked the pacemaker to reach the bell in 59 seconds with the pack somewhat adrift.
Left on her own for the second lap Bleaken dug deep and kept her form, though understandably tiring in the final 100 metres, to win with a season’s best time of 2:05.18.
That it was just a fraction off her PB of 2:04.59 set at the BMC regional race in Exeter last July was irrelevant because on Saturday Bleaken’s mission had been to run under the European U20 qualifying standard of 2mins 06secs.
“I did what I came here to do and I am so happy,” said a beaming Bleaken who just couldn’t stop smiling.
The chasing pack certainly benefitted from Bleaken’s brave tactics as they fought amongst themselves to not only close the gap but produce a number of top performances.
Runner-up was Carolyn Plateau with a season’s best of 2:06.06 and the next three girls were all rewarded with PBs – 20-year-old Rebecca Linney clocked 2:06.25 in third, 16-year-old Molly Long smashed her PB and dripped well inside the World Youth qualifying of 2:08 with 2:06.30 and 17-year-old Chelsea Jarvis clocked 2:06.33 in fifth.
Long’s time cements her place at the top of the UK U17 Rankings and puts her in with a great chance of being selected for the GB team to travel to the Ukraine next month. The teenager from Padstow in Cornwall, boasted a PB of 2:09.44 in 2012 and this summer she has bettered that with 2:08.62 in Solihull and now 2:06.30.
“I can’t believe I ran that fast, I’m thrilled with that run,” said Long as she celebrated with Bleaken
There was a Norwegian one-two in the B race with both girls recording personal bests with 19-year-old Birmingham University student Sarah McDonald also running a PB of 2:07.29 in third.
Southampton 16-year-old Emily Jenkinson won the C race in a PB of 2:07.91 with 17-year-old Georgie Hartigan third, also in a lifetime best of 2:08.08. Sandwiched in-between was 22-year-old Jenny Tan with a season’s best of 2:07.91 on her return from injury.
Dartford Harriers’ Megan Edwards was an emphatic winner of the D race in a PB of 2:09.40 while the E race saw a terrific duel between Banchory Stonehaven’s Kelsey Stewart and Norwich athlete Kelly Rushton, with the 16-year-old from Scotland prevailing by just 0.03secs as both runners claimed PBs.
“That’s a huge PB for me by three seconds as I normally race over 300m and 400m,” said Stewart. “But 800m could be the future for me.”
The F race witnessed another PB for 15-year-old Middlesbrough athlete Philippa Stone.
Philip Hurst struck hard in the final 300 metres to overhaul Steve Mitchell, who had followed the pacemaker and claim a notable victory in a personal best time of 3:41.10. Not that the 22-year-old Elswick athlete as overly happy with his performance.
“I’m gutted as I wanted 3:39,” said Hurst.
Still, he shouldn’t feel too disappointed as he did produce a PB, claimed some decent scalps and also inspired the next four runners behind him to also record PBs.
“It was also my first win in a Grand Prix A race so that’s not bad,” added Hurst.
Cardiff’s Tom Marshall, just back from Tulsa University n America, was runner-up with 3:41.87 and Richard Weir third on 3:42.25. There were also PBs for Eoin Everard and Darren McBrearty while in seventh 18-year-old James McMurray improved his best again to 3:43.08 from 3:45.65 in Solihull.
That is the fastest time outdoors by a British U20 athlete this season and significantly McMurray just beat fellow junior Matt Mclaughlin who is top of the rankings by virtue of his indoor best.
Both runners will go head-to-head in the U20 trials at Bedford in what should be an intriguing contest.
An impressive tally of nine PBs from 14 finishers was completed by Alex Cornwell, Liam Markham and Andrew Buchart.
Joining McMurray and Mclaughlin in the European U20 trials will be 18-year-old Shaun Wylie of Bracknell, who enhanced his credentials with a PB of 3:44.19 to win the B race, carving over four seconds from his previous best set a month ago in Watford.
Six of the next seven runners recorded PBs including 3:45.00 for 22-year-old Andrew Heyes in fourth.
Alex Tovey crashed to the track at the finish of the C race but had done enough to hold off fast-finishing Dan Studley for victory.
“I felt strong until that last 10 metres when my legs just went,” said Tovey. “But that was only a fraction off my PB (3:45.58) so it shows I am in decent shape and it is now about time I broke my PB.”
After a disappointing race at Solihull Studley was delighted with his PB of 3:45.76 as were the next three – Steven Fennell, Richard Morrell and Lewis Lloyd – who all recorded lifetime bests.
Lloyd’s was the most significant as the 19-year-old time was inside the European U20 qualifying standard – the eighth British junior to achieve that this summer.
Border’s Kevin Bell led seven more PBs in the D race as he ran 3:48.92 and Mansfield’s Stuart King won the E race with the trio of Nicholas Lingley, Ryan Moore and Luke Johnston all puled to PBs behind him.
Vale Royal’s 17-year-old Michael Vennard, who is coached by former British international Andy Carter, won the F race in a PB of 3:55.74 with the top four also clocking lifetime bests while the top seven all broke four minutes.
Finally in the G race of the 15 runners there were seven PBs and six season’s bests, including winner Jack Nixon with the 19-year-old from Stockport just missing his PB by 0.11secs.
Irish international Laura Crowe of the An Riocht club has been better known as an 800m runner in the past but is now making a serous step up to the 1500m. On the evidence of Saturday it is proving a good decision as she smashed her PB to win the A race with 4:12.25.
“I moved up to 1500m last year and things are going really well for me,” said Crowe, who is based in Cork.
“It is still new territory for me but I am making progress and I am hoping I might get into the Ireland team for the European Cup.”
Morag MacLarty was disappointed with 4:14.74 in second having enjoyed a big gap over Crowe at one stage but 23-year-old Rachael Bamford pleased with PB of 4:16.38 in third.
“I have been trying to get the Scottish qualifying time of 4:10.5 for the Commonwealth Games and that should be well within me but it is just not happening at the moment,” said MacLarty.
“I am very disappointed as I am in better shape than that.”
Fresh from completing her first year at Columbia University Bristol & West AC’s Olivia Sadler produced a strong finish to win the B race in 4:27.70 but the 19-year-old needs quicker to challenge for the European U20s qualifying standard of 4:20 as her season’s best is 4:27.09 compared to her 2012 PB of 4:23.38.
“I was looking for a quicker time but at least I got something out of the race as it was good to win,” said Sadler.
Guernsey’s Sarah Mercier was second in 4:28.69 and in third Samantha Johnson recorded a PB of 4:29.30. There were also PBs for 15-year-old Warrington runner Harriet Knowles-Jones in fourth with a time of 4:29.43 that clipped virtually two seconds off her best and lifted her to second on the UK Rankings and 19-year-old Molly Renfer in fifth (4:29.85).
The top four in the C race all clocked PBs with Derby’s Natalie Shaw winning in 4:30.35 from Tamara Armoush (4:31.65), 15-year-old Hannah Nuttall (4:32.87) and 17-year-old Tessa McCormick (4:33.55).
In her first race since finishing 16th in the Under 20s age group at the World Cross Country Championships in Poland 19-year-old Emelia Gorecka won the A race in a time of 15:35.82 to just miss her PB of 15:34.21 which she in the BMC Watford Grand Prix last year.
“I really surprised myself tonight as I didn’t think I was that fit,” said Gorecka.
Gorecka showed strength, a good turn of speed and no little determination on the final lap to clinch a morale-boosting victory. Having relinquished the lead at the bell when Poland runner Dominika Nowakowska overtook her Gorecka responded immediately to forge clear down the back straight and finished very strongly to suggest a big PB is within reach in the near future.
Nowakowska ran a PB of 15:38.30 in second and there was a season’s best of 15:39.47 for Laura Whittle in third.
Among an impressive 16 PBs and six SBs from a field of 22 runners 21-year-old Kate Avery ran a season’s best of 15:49.41 which was inside the European U23 qualifying mark of 16:05 while 18-year-old Rebecca Weston’s PB of 15:59.97 was a European U20 standard as was Alex Clay’s 16:30.88.
Just behind her marathon runner Alyson Dixon showed good speed with a PB of 16:00.10.
Within the 5000m was incorporated a 3000m race, complete with electronic timing, to give Bobby Clay and Bronwen Owen the chance to achieve the qualifying time of 9mins 35secs for the World U18 Championships in the Ukraine.
Both 16-year-olds relished that opportunity with Clay pushing to the front of the field in the closing stages to cross the line in 9:24.99.
“I knew I had to push the pace hard and I am delighted to run a PB by 10 seconds and I really enjoyed the race,” said Clay.
Owen finished just behind with a PB of 9:50.50 as the pair went to the top of the UK Rankings.
Jonathan Taylor took some satisfaction in winning the A race with a personal best of 13:55.80 but the 25-year-old feels he is under-achieving on the track at the moment.
His winning margin of 1.39sec does not reflect his dominance as he led by 50 metres at one stage before his long, solo run took its toll in the closing two laps and both 21-year-old John McDonnell (13:57.19) and Stephen Scullion, with a PB of 13:58.55, closed him down.
“I started quick behind the pacemaker and felt good but then I had to go out on my own and felt that in the last two laps,” said Taylor.
“To be honest I was hoping for 13:45 this evening but I can’t be too disappointed. I’ll stick to the steeplechase at the trials but I was very disappointed with my run at Loughborough.”
There were 11 PBs from the 22 finishers, the most notable of which was 18-year-old Michel Callegari, whose time of 14:21.53 in 17th was inside the European U20 qualifying standard of 14:25.00.
There were PBs for the B & C race winners with 20-year-old William Gray clocking 14:25.17 to win the former and 22-year-old Sean Fontana 14:46.88 the latter.
WOMEN’S 3000M STEEPLECHASE
The eight women who turned up for the steeplechase were all rewarded with personal bests. Sweden’s 19-year-old Maria Larsson set the tone as she sped to a new national U20 record of 9:56.50 which must mark her out as a genuine medal contender at the European Juniors.
Tipton’s Saran Benson was runner-up in 10:23.31 and 18-year-old Katie ingle of Royal Sutton Coldfield ran 10:31.47 in fourth, a time that was only just outside the European u20 qualifying mark of 10:30.
|Race : 13||BMC 800m A (Mens)|
|1||6||01:47.79||Rory Graham-watson||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|2||7||01:48.14||Oliver Aitchison U23||Aldershot Farnham & District|
|4||8||01:48.30||Richard Charles U20||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|5||1||01:49.38||Paul Goodall||City Of Norwich / Loughborough Un|
|6||5||01:49.58||Guy Learmonth U23||Lasswade / Loughborough Uni|
|8||4||01:50.30||Sean Molloy U20||Tonbridge|
|.||Race : 3||BMC 800m B (Mens)|
|1||17||01:49.27||Jake Wightman U20||Edinburgh Ac / Loughborough Uni|
|2||12||01:49.27||Chris Warburton||Notts / Loughborough Uni|
|3||16||01:50.60||Jordan Bransberg U20||Skyrac|
|4||14||01:50.85||Nick Jensen U23||Denmark|
|5||18||01:51.00||Carl Hill||Aberdare Valley|
|6||10||01:51.75||Donald Macleod||Stornoway / Glasgow Caledonian Un|
|7||13||01:52.03||Louis Rawlings U20||Cambridge & Coleridge|
|8||15||01:53.48||Ed Aston||Birchfield H / Birmingham Uni|
|.||Race : 4||BMC 800m C (Mens)|
|1||25||01:51.82||Graeme Oudney||Harrow / Pitreavie / Dundee Uni|
|2||20||01:52.17||Mark Patterson U23||North Down / Loughborough Uni / Ire|
|3||27||01:52.70||Mihn Kyun Cho U20||Denmark|
|4||21||01:52.77||Stephen Bennett||Preston / Loughborough Uni|
|5||22||01:52.97||James Lamswood U20||Kingston Upon Hull|
|6||23||01:53.80||Sam Dykes U23||Warrington / Loughborough Uni|
|7||26||01:54.59||Warren Frey||Birchfield H|
|8||392||01:55.24||Tom Guy||City Of Stoke|
|.||Race : 10||BMC 800m D (Mens)|
|1||36||01:52.24||Luke Betts U23||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|2||30||01:52.68||Jamie Webb U20||Liverpool H / Manchester Metropol|
|3||33||01:52.99||Jordan Donnelly||Woodford Green Essex Ladies / Bru|
|4||32||01:53.09||Daniel Gurton U20||Vale Of Aylesbury / Birmingham Un|
|5||29||01:53.40||Daniel Cheeseman U23||City Of York / St. Mary’s Uni|
|6||35||01:53.42||Christopher Youell U20||Chelmsford / Bath Uni|
|7||37||01:53.88||Kyran Roberts U20||Carmarthen|
|8||34||01:54.83||Jonathan Monk U20||Leicester|
|9||28||01:55.65||Steven Morrow||Liverpool H / Ballymena & Antrim|
|10||31||02:03.41||Nzimah Akpan U20||Liverpool H|
|.||Race : 12||BMC 800m E (Mens)|
|1||41||01:51.96||Cameron Boyek U23||Shildon|
|2||45||01:54.45||Paul White||Middlesbrough (mandale)|
|3||39||01:54.46||Sean Reilly||Central / Forth Valley|
|4||43||01:54.71||Ben Everson U20||Trafford|
|5||40||01:54.91||Scott Greeves U20||City Of Norwich|
|6||44||01:55.95||Chris Mcgahan U20||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|7||42||01:57.53||Dominic Chambers U20||Derby|
|.||Race : 9||BMC 800m F (Mens)|
|1||47||01:53.04||Jamaine Coleman U20||Preston|
|2||50||01:53.16||Mark Fallaize||Vale Of Aylesbury / Leeds Metropo|
|3||49||01:54.30||David Banwell-clode U23||Cwmbran / Warwick Uni|
|4||52||01:55.45||Jonathan Hiorns||Notts / Nottingham Uni|
|5||51||01:56.52||Jack Killip U20||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow|
|6||48||01:56.87||Frederik Furstenberg U23||Denmark|
|7||46||01:57.38||Stephen Mackay U23||Inverness|
|8||53||01:58.20||Michael Wilson U20||Sunderland|
|.||Race : 2||BMC 800m G (Mens)|
|1||59||01:52.04||Tom Watson U23||Central / Edinburgh Uni / Forth Val|
|2||55||01:54.31||Grant Muir U23||Giffnock North / Glasgow Caledoni|
|3||62||01:54.32||Jake Littlehales U23||Stockport|
|5||58||01:56.19||Jack Robertson U20||Scarborough|
|6||54||01:56.21||Michael Batiste||Guernsey / St. Mary’s Uni|
|7||56||01:57.19||Ryan Cox||Birchfield H|
|8||61||01:57.75||James Miller||Cheltenham / Police|
|9||57||01:58.28||James Griffiths||Vale Royal / Loughborough Uni|
|.||Race : 5||BMC 800m H (Mens)|
|1||67||01:54.92||Oliver James U20||Sunderland / City Of Sheffield|
|2||69||01:55.36||Ryan Buck U23||City Of York|
|3||63||01:56.20||Lee Wilson U23||Shettleston|
|4||66||01:57.24||Oliver Stringer U23||Leigh / Edge Hill Uni|
|5||65||01:57.58||Alex Jones U23||Enfield & Haringey / Loughborough|
|6||70||02:00.83||Efthymios Papadopoulos||Cannock & Stafford|
|7||64||02:01.56||Adam Magowan U23||Stirling Uni|
|8||71||02:08.60||Andrew Miles U20||Vale Royal / Central Lancashire U|
|.||Race : 14||BMC 800m A (Womens)|
|1||76||02:05.18||Loren Bleaken U20||Team Bath|
|2||74||02:06.06||Carolyn Plateau||Radley / Loughborough Uni / Blackhe|
|3||77||02:06.25||Rebecca Linney U23||Liverpool H / Birmingham Uni|
|4||72||02:06.30||Molly Long U17||Bristol & West / Truro School|
|5||75||02:06.33||Chelsea Jarvis U20||Stockport|
|6||73||02:07.45||Katie Snowden U20||Herne Hill / Nottingham Uni|
|7||78||02:10.58||Kaylee Dodd U20||Basildon|
|.||Race : 11||BMC 800m B (Womens)|
|3||83||02:07.29||Sarah Mcdonald U23||Jarrow & Hebburn / Birmingham Uni|
|5||80||02:08.07||Alexandra Bell U23||Pudsey & Bramley / Leeds Metropol|
|6||86||02:10.17||Alex Turner U23||Amber Valley / Nottingham Trent U|
|7||84||02:10.84||Mari Smith U17||Leicester|
|.||Race : 6||BMC 800m C (Womens)|
|1||92||02:07.91||Emily Jenkinson U20||Southampton|
|2||89||02:07.91||Jenny Tan U23||Fife / Kingdom Athletics / Dundee U|
|3||90||02:08.08||Georgie Hartigan U20||Coventry|
|4||87||02:08.60||Kathryn Evans||Inverness / Edinburgh Ac|
|5||91||02:08.86||Dagmar Faester Olsen U20||Denmark|
|6||93||02:08.89||Emma Leask U23||Shetland / Guernsey|
|7||94||02:11.27||Caelidh Ross U17||Leicester|
|8||88||02:11.38||Dani Cocking||Cardiff / Cardiff Uni|
|.||Race : 15||BMC 800m D (Womens)|
|1||99||02:09.40||Megan Edwards||Dartford H|
|2||96||02:11.07||Sally Smith U20||Wakefield / Leeds Metropolitan Un|
|3||97||02:12.29||Josefine Rytter U20||Denmark|
|4||100||02:12.80||Kajsa Barr U23||Sweden|
|.||Race : 8||BMC 800m E (Womens)|
|1||102||02:13.29||Kelsey Stewart U17||Banchory Stonehaven|
|2||109||02:13.32||Kelly Rushton||City Of Norwich|
|3||107||02:13.84||Hollie Parker U17||Cambridge & Coleridge|
|4||108||02:14.08||Alexandra Johansen U20||Denmark|
|5||105||02:14.49||Grace Maddox U17||Preston|
|6||103||02:14.65||Maria H.b Andersen U17||Denmark|
|7||106||02:15.78||Lucy Hayes U20||City Of Stoke|
|8||110||02:18.00||Helen Waters U23||West Suffolk / Birmingham Uni|
|.||Race : 1||BMC 800m F (Womens)|
|1||118||02:15.90||Philippa Stone U17||Middlesbrough (mandale)|
|2||112||02:16.28||Lucy Sumner U23||Preston|
|3||113||02:16.63||Naomi Collier U20||Grantham Ac|
|4||114||02:18.50||Abigail Linney U17||Liverpool H|
|5||111||02:18.75||Lucy Parker U15||Cambridge & Coleridge|
|6||115||02:20.68||Bethany Blackwell U17||Preston|
|7||117||02:20.97||Hannah Delaney U17||Liverpool H|
|.||Race : 17||BMC 1500m A (Mens)|
|1||132||03:41.10||Philip Hurst||Elswick / Sunderland Uni|
|2||124||03:41.87||Tom Marshall||Cardiff / Tulsa Uni|
|3||120||03:42.25||Richard Weir||Derby / Staffordshire Uni|
|4||125||03:42.29||Eoin Everard||Kilkenny / Northumbria Uni / Irelan|
|5||131||03:42.50||Darren Mcbrearty U23||Letterkenny / Ireland|
|6||128||03:42.53||Frank Baddick||Newham & Essex Beagles / Loughbor|
|7||119||03:43.08||James Mcmurray U20||St. Albans Ac / St. Albans Stride|
|8||122||03:43.26||Matt Mclaughlin U20||Woodford Green Essex Ladies / Oak|
|9||129||03:43.34||Alex Cornwell U23||Woodford Green Essex Ladies / Bir|
|10||126||03:44.05||Liam Markham U23||Ennis Track / Newham & Essex Beag|
|11||123||03:44.97||Andrew Butchart U23||Central|
|12||127||03:49.73||Stephen Davies||Belgrave / Cardiff|
|13||130||03:52.47||Steve Mitchell||Bristol & West / Bristol Uni / Hels|
|14||121||03:54.05||Matt Bergin U23||Bedford & County / Brunel Uni|
|.||Race : 20||BMC 1500m B (Mens)|
|1||139||03:44.19||Shaun Wyllie U20||Bracknell Ac|
|2||144||03:44.52||Alastair Hay||Central / Thames Valley / Queen Mar|
|3||148||03:44.74||Ross Millington||Stockport / New Mexico Uni|
|4||136||03:45.00||Andrew Heyes||Hallamshire / Tulsa Uni|
|5||149||03:46.19||Dan Garbutt||Durham / Leeds Metropolitan Uni|
|6||138||03:46.64||Adam Cotton U23||Birchfield H / Harvard Uni|
|7||140||03:46.97||Ben Coldray U23||Stroud / St. Mary’s Uni|
|8||134||03:48.04||James Thie||Cardiff / UWIC|
|9||143||03:48.26||Nick Hooker||Leeds City / Leeds Metropolitan U|
|10||133||03:48.51||Matthew Shirling U20||Liverpool H|
|11||147||03:49.11||Stephen Emery||Coventry / Adams State Uni|
|13||145||03:50.99||Jack Hallas U23||Wakefield / Leeds Metropolitan Un|
|14||141||03:53.14||Kieran Reilly U23||Tonbridge|
|15||146||03:56.46||Luke Carroll U23||Cheltenham / Illinois Uni|
|.||Race : 21||BMC 1500m C (Mens)|
|1||157||03:45.70||Alex Tovey||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|2||163||03:45.76||Daniel Studley U23||Bristol & West / Oxford Brookes U|
|4||164||03:46.64||Richard Morrell||Morpeth / Teeside Uni|
|5||160||03:46.72||Lewis Lloyd U20||Herne Hill / Cambridge Uni|
|6||155||03:46.76||Ian Williamson||Birchfield H / Edinburgh Ac / Lough|
|7||161||03:47.42||Andy Wiles||New Marske / Liverpool H|
|8||165||03:48.05||Luke Minns||Blackpool Wyre & Fylde / Central|
|9||158||03:48.11||Michael Ward U20||Cardiff|
|10||162||03:49.21||Josh Norman U23||Owls Leicester / Leeds Metropolit|
|11||151||03:51.07||Sam Mitchell||Notts / Royal Air Force / Worcester|
|12||153||03:51.34||Shane Fitzsimons U20||Mullingar / Ireland|
|13||152||03:52.24||Johnathan Morgan||Newport / UWIC / Southampton|
|14||150||03:53.77||George Duggan U17||Tonbridge|
|15||154||04:00.35||Graham Hogg||Trafford / Leeds Metropolitan Uni|
|.||Race : 22||BMC 1500m D (Mens)|
|3||169||03:49.60||Charlie Hulson U23||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|4||179||03:50.33||William Paulson U20||Stroud|
|5||171||03:52.02||Robbie Fitzgibbon U20||Brighton Phoenix|
|6||177||03:52.09||Nick Samuels||Sale Harriers Manchester / Loughb|
|7||172||03:52.27||Andrew Stanton||Gateshead / Birmingham Uni|
|8||174||03:52.79||Luca Russo U23||Tonbridge / St. Mary’s Uni|
|9||168||03:53.68||Matthew Grieve U23||Border / Leeds Metropolitan Uni / N|
|11||394||03:55.57||Jack Walker||Giffnock North|
|12||167||03:55.67||Josh Trigwell U23||Exeter|
|13||178||03:55.95||James West U20||Tonbridge|
|14||170||03:56.60||Ronny Wilson U23||Lincoln Wellington / University O|
|15||176||03:57.27||Michael Wood U23||Leeds City / St. Mary’s Uni|
|.||Race : 23||BMC 1500m E (Mens)|
|1||185||03:53.36||Stuart King||Mansfield / Leeds Metropolitan Un|
|2||192||03:53.68||Nicholas Lingley U23||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|3||187||03:53.95||Ryan Moore U20||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|4||190||03:54.13||Luke Johnston U20||Warrington|
|5||183||03:55.56||Scott Pilkington||Corstorphine / Napier Uni|
|6||182||03:55.96||Paddy Radley U23||Owls Leicester / Bath Uni|
|7||189||03:56.32||Brett Halliwell U23||Stroud / Yate|
|8||184||03:56.66||Patrick Dever U17||Preston|
|9||181||03:57.19||Lloyd Heckler U20||Carmarthen|
|10||180||03:57.39||Kelvin Gomez U23||Loughborough Uni / Gibraltar|
|11||188||03:59.68||Mark Haskett||Thames Valley / Aberdeen|
|12||191||04:06.18||Aaron Phelps U23||Stroud|
|.||Race : 26||BMC 1500m F (Mens)|
|1||196||03:55.74||Michael Vennard U20||Vale Royal|
|2||200||03:57.09||Ben Sutherland U20||Wycombe|
|3||201||03:58.31||Jac Hopkins U17||Swansea|
|4||202||03:58.88||Nathan Reed U23||Sunderland / Newcastle Uni|
|5||198||03:59.18||David Sheldon U20||City Of Stoke|
|6||208||03:59.44||Mike Cummings||Herne Hill / Hardley|
|7||199||03:59.94||Josh Tighe||Northumberland Fell Runners / Bla|
|8||197||04:00.04||Kris Everett-arnarsson U23||Hastings Ac|
|9||195||04:00.25||George Buttery U23||Charnwood / Loughborough Uni|
|10||205||04:01.36||Gavin Mcardle U17||Kilbarchan|
|11||204||04:02.60||Jack Gregory U23||Reading Ac / Southampton Uni|
|12||209||04:04.74||Sam Densham U23||Charnwood / Loughborough Uni|
|13||207||04:09.41||Thomas Richardson U20||Basildon|
|14||194||04:10.89||Kerrick Hesse U23||Shettleston / Scb Berlin / Glasgow|
|15||210||04:11.16||Faron Hesse||Scb Berlin / Imperial College / Ger|
|17||206||04:15.86||Jack Gleave U20||Warrington|
|.||Race : 27||BMC 1500m G (Mens)|
|1||220||03:59.37||Jack Nixon U20||Stockport|
|2||221||03:59.83||Richard Powell U20||Trafford|
|3||218||04:00.30||Thomas Walker U23||Gosforth Harriers|
|4||222||04:00.42||Elliot Bowker U17||Vale Royal|
|5||216||04:01.15||James Bleakley V35||Trafford|
|6||223||04:03.82||Stephen Morris||Cardiff / Federation Of Disabilit|
|7||224||04:04.72||Jeremy Barnes U17||Coventry|
|8||219||04:05.37||Andrew Kaar||Birchfield H|
|9||217||04:05.51||Howard Thompson U23||Kingston Upon Hull / Loughborough|
|10||212||04:05.59||Richard Evans U20||Wirral|
|11||214||04:05.91||Matthew Wigelsworth U17||Warrington|
|12||227||04:06.69||Lloyd Kempson U20||Nene Valley|
|13||226||04:07.48||Abdulquani Sharif U17||Liverpool H|
|14||213||04:10.11||Andrew Warburton||Notts / Loughborough Uni|
|15||215||04:14.36||Matthew Sheen U17||Vale Royal|
|.||Race : 18||BMC 1500m A (Womens)|
|1||241||04:12.25||Laura Crowe||An Riocht / Ireland|
|2||237||04:14.74||Morag Maclarty||Central / Dundee Uni|
|4||235||04:16.61||Claire Tarplee||Solihull & Small Heath / Dundrum|
|6||236||04:17.73||Montana Jones||Aldershot Farnham & District|
|8||229||04:18.78||Amy Campbell||Shaftesbury Barnet / Loughborough|
|9||228||04:22.54||Lovisa Lindh U23||Sweden|
|10||234||04:24.97||Matylda Szlezak||Marshall Milton Keynes / Poland|
|11||240||04:26.97||Melissa Courtney U23||Shaftesbury Barnet / Brunel Uni / P|
|12||239||04:27.80||Kate Holt U23||City Of Stoke|
|13||232||04:28.06||Ashley Gibson||Morpeth / Gateshead|
|.||Race : 19||BMC 1500m B (Womens)|
|1||243||04:27.70||Olivia Sadler U20||Bristol & West / Columbia Uni|
|3||254||04:29.30||Samantha Johnson||Rotherham / Leeds Metropolitan Un|
|4||242||04:29.43||Harriet Knowles-jones U17||Warrington|
|5||245||04:29.85||Molly Renfer U23||Kingston & Poly / Harvard Uni / Swi|
|6||253||04:30.71||Jade Williams U23||Amman Valley / Cornell|
|7||249||04:31.63||Laura Dunn||Edinburgh Ac|
|8||251||04:33.92||Eleanor Alexander||Southampton / Clonliffe / Ireland|
|9||246||04:33.99||Line Schulz U20||Denmark|
|10||255||04:37.28||Becky Straw U20||Birchfield H|
|11||244||04:38.62||Amy Hinchly U17||Vale Royal|
|12||250||04:48.46||Eilidh Mackenzie||Stornoway / Heriot-watt Uni|
|.||Race : 24||BMC 1500m C (Womens)|
|2||270||04:31.65||Tamara Armoush U23||Birchfield H / Birmingham Uni|
|3||269||04:32.87||Hannah Nuttall U17||Charnwood|
|4||260||04:33.55||Tessa Mccormick U20||Vale Royal|
|5||247||04:35.83||Beatriz Valiente Vena||Spain|
|7||262||04:36.32||Katy Wood U20||City Of York|
|9||257||04:37.58||Louise Rudd V35||Stockport / Lytham St. Annes / Nort|
|10||263||04:37.82||Georgia Garner U20||Colwyn Bay|
|11||264||04:38.27||Jodie Spencer||Vale Royal / Chester Uni|
|12||256||04:38.49||Katie Gerrard U17||Vale Royal|
|13||266||04:39.14||Chloe Cowan U17||Giffnock North / Team West|
|14||259||04:45.26||Rebecca Killip U17||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow|
|15||258||04:49.27||Megan Davies U20||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|.||Race : 25||BMC 1500m D (Womens)|
|1||279||04:38.92||Melanie Wood U23||Aldershot Farnham & District|
|2||283||04:41.00||Georgia Ball U23||Lincoln Wellington / St. Mary’s U|
|3||284||04:41.25||Georgia Malir U20||Ilkley|
|5||278||04:43.78||Danielle Webb U17||Liverpool H|
|6||282||04:43.91||Kate Moulds U20||Vale Royal|
|7||281||04:44.25||Stacie Taylor U20||Kilmarnock / Glasgow Sch Of Sport|
|8||273||04:45.00||Sarah Griffiths U23||Leigh / Birmingham Uni|
|9||276||04:45.34||Ella Shirley U17||Leicester|
|10||280||04:45.73||Naomi Richardson U20||Coventry|
|11||275||04:47.88||Sophia Brennan U17||Liverpool H|
|12||274||05:05.44||Catrina Thomas U17||Lincoln Wellington|
|.||Race : 28||BMC 5000m A (Mens)|
|1||295||13:55.80||Jonathan Taylor||Morpeth / Teeside Uni|
|2||296||13:57.19||John Mcdonnell U23||Luton / St. Mary’s Uni|
|3||308||13:58.55||Stephen Scullion||North Belfast / Aldershot Farnha|
|4||293||14:02.89||Matthew Hynes||North York Moors / Middlesbrough|
|6||287||14:03.94||Matthew Bowser||Lincoln Wellington / Loughborough|
|8||304||14:05.88||Simon Horsfield||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|9||300||14:06.15||Jack Goodwin U23||Bedford & County / Bedfordshire U|
|10||299||14:06.87||Mark Hanrahan||Leevale / Ireland|
|11||302||14:07.60||Eddie Mcginley||Liverpool H / Annadale / Ireland|
|12||294||14:10.58||Borja Jeronimo Garcia Martinez||Spain|
|13||292||14:15.20||Jonathan Hay U23||Aldershot Farnham & District / B|
|14||301||14:17.37||Joe Townsend||Leeds City / Birmingham Uni|
|15||309||14:18.69||Aaron Scott||Notts / Nene Valley|
|17||303||14:21.53||Michael Callegari U20||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|18||306||14:23.50||Carl Smith||Leeds City / Birmingham Uni|
|20||305||14:36.02||Ian Bailey U23||Aldershot Farnham & District|
|21||290||14:42.55||Adam Clarke U23||Aldershot Farnham & District / S|
|22||307||15:04.09||Jonathan Wills||Leeds City|
|.||Race : 30||BMC 5000m B (Mens)|
|1||318||14:25.17||William Gray U23||Brighton & Hove / Birmingham Uni|
|3||316||14:28.87||Alexander Hendry U23||Central / Forth Valley|
|7||320||14:31.38||Paolo Natali||Cambridge Uni / Italy|
|10||319||14:36.07||Tom Hook U20||City Of Norwich|
|11||330||14:36.48||Edward Shepherd U23||Woodford Green Essex Ladies / Bir|
|12||332||14:36.68||James Douglas||Border / Loughborough Uni|
|13||313||14:37.93||Douglas Selman||Corstorphine / Edinburgh Ac / Dunde|
|14||333||14:44.78||Alan Buckley V35||Leeds City|
|15||312||14:48.41||Daniel Woodgate U23||Luton / St. Mary’s Uni|
|16||331||14:48.86||Andrew Ridley U23||Colchester H / Birmingham Uni|
|17||334||14:50.66||Ben Russell||Liverpool H / Liverpool Uni|
|18||317||14:51.85||Matt Janes||Bedford & County|
|19||329||14:54.27||Craig Ruddy||Inverclyde / Central|
|20||321||15:07.15||Dermot Cummins||West Waterford / Corstorphine / Ire|
|21||328||15:11.46||Stephen Hepples||Newham & Essex Beagles / Loftus &|
|22||324||15:17.21||Mathew Jackson U23||Liverpool H / Birmingham Uni|
|23||327||15:23.58||Sebastian Duffy||City Of Stoke|
|24||311||15:27.13||Karl Billington U23||Blackburn / St. Mary’s Uni|
|25||315||15:34.22||Henry Pearce U20||Tonbridge / Loughborough Uni|
|.||Race : 7||BMC 5000m C (Mens)|
|1||344||14:46.88||Sean Fontana||Victoria Park City Of Glasgow / G|
|2||347||14:50.24||Stuart Gibson||Cambuslang / Whitemoss|
|3||335||14:52.82||Eoghan Totten U23||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|4||352||14:53.03||Josh Entwhistle||City Of Norwich / Oxford Brookes|
|6||341||14:53.89||Richard Burney V35||Liverpool H|
|7||357||14:57.00||Sam Ashcroft||Ealing Southall & Middx / Cambri|
|8||354||14:57.98||Thomas Traviss-pollard U20||Holmfirth / Loughborough Uni|
|9||340||14:59.96||Nathaniel Quigley||Luton / Birmingham Uni|
|10||337||15:03.93||Chris Perry||Vale Royal / Loughborough Uni / Liv|
|11||339||15:04.56||Mike Burrett V35||Leeds City|
|12||338||15:05.53||Stuart Robinson||Salford H / Blackpool Wyre & Fyl|
|13||343||15:09.51||Jack Morris U23||Stockport|
|15||346||15:19.28||David Rigby||Preston / Loughborough Uni|
|16||345||15:33.49||Joe Gratton U23||Hallamshire / Birmingham Uni|
|17||351||15:42.78||Josh Lunn U23||Bedford & County|
|18||350||15:50.59||Dan Hogg||Lincoln Wellington|
|.||Race : 29||BMC 5000m A (Womens)|
|1||369||15:35.82||Emelia Gorecka U20||Aldershot Farnham & District / R|
|3||361||15:39.47||Laura Whittle||Royal Sutton Coldfield / Loughbor|
|4||372||15:46.16||Annie Bersagel||United States|
|5||359||15:49.41||Kate Avery U23||Shildon / Iona Col|
|7||367||15:55.68||Sonia Samuels||Wallsend / Loughborough Uni|
|8||373||15:59.97||Rebecca Weston U20||Invicta East Kent|
|9||370||16:00.10||Alyson Dixon||Sunderland Strollers / Sunderland|
|10||364||16:09.66||Beth Potter U23||Shaftesbury Barnet / Loughborough|
|11||366||16:11.81||Lily Partridge U23||Aldershot Farnham & District / D|
|12||362||16:12.37||Sara Sig Moller||Denmark|
|13||368||16:12.68||Dominkia Napieraj U23||Poland|
|14||382||16:17.64||Elspeth Curran||Kilbarchan / Glasgow Uni|
|15||358||16:29.27||Amanda Crook||Southport Waterloo / Edge Hill Un|
|16||379||16:30.43||Elin Borglund U23||Sweden|
|17||375||16:30.88||Alex Clay U20||Invicta East Kent|
|18||378||16:46.17||Katie Good U23||Stockport / Manchester Uni / Thames|
|19||377||16:50.94||Nina Persson U23||Sweden|
|20||376||16:52.47||Josephine Stone||Middlesbrough (mandale)|
|21||374||16:55.88||Jo Hickman-dunne U23||Loughborough Uni|
|22||360||17:15.73||Iona Lake U23||City Of Norwich / Birmingham Uni|
|.||Race : 16||BMC 3000SCW A (Womens)|
|1||389||09:56.50||Maria Larsson U20||Sweden|
|2||390||10:23.31||Sarah Benson||Tipton / Edinburgh Ac|
|3||388||10:23.99||Maria Borglund U23||Sweden|
|4||386||10:31.47||Katie Ingle U20||Royal Sutton Coldfield|
|5||385||10:45.42||Laura Riches U23||Leigh / Birmingham Uni|
|6||384||10:47.75||Emily Brown||Cardiff / UWIC|
|7||383||10:49.88||Polly Keen||Havant / Cambridge Uni|
|8||387||11:11.04||Rhianwedd Price U20||Cardiff|
|.||Race : 29||BMC 3000m A (Womens) (official splits within 5000m)|
|1||381||09:24.99||Bobby Clay U17||Invicta East Kent|
|2||369||09:25.66||Emelia Gorecka U20||Aldershot Farnham & District / R|
|3||361||09:25.84||Laura Whittle||Royal Sutton Coldfield / Loughbor|
|5||359||09:26.19||Kate Avery U23||Shildon / Iona Col|
|6||372||09:26.46||Annie Bersagel||United States|
|7||367||09:29.97||Sonia Samuels||Wallsend / Loughborough Uni|
|9||370||09:30.42||Alyson Dixon||Sunderland Strollers / Sunderland|
|10||371||09:30.50||Bronwen Owen U17||Scarborough|
|11||364||09:32.21||Beth Potter U23||Shaftesbury Barnet / Loughborough|
|12||366||09:34.27||Lily Partridge U23||Aldershot Farnham & District / D|
|13||373||09:37.25||Rebecca Weston U20||Invicta East Kent|
|14||362||09:42.16||Sara Sig Moller||Denmark|
|15||382||09:43.28||Elspeth Curran||Kilbarchan / Glasgow Uni|
|16||375||09:43.39||Alex Clay U20||Invicta East Kent|
|17||368||09:43.60||Dominkia Napieraj U23||Poland|
|18||358||09:45.10||Amanda Crook||Southport Waterloo / Edge Hill Un|
|19||379||09:52.81||Elin Borglund U23||Sweden|
|20||378||09:54.42||Katie Good U23||Stockport / Manchester Uni / Thames|
|21||377||10:02.39||Nina Persson U23||Sweden|
|22||376||10:02.54||Josephine Stone||Middlesbrough (mandale)|
|23||374||10:02.60||Jo Hickman-dunne U23||Loughborough Uni|
|24||360||10:10.44||Iona Lake U23||City Of Norwich / Birmingham Uni|