PBs 125 (46%)
Power of Ten results: Here
Videos of all the races can be seen HERE
CHRIS Thompson and Charlotte Arter were crowned England Athletics champions as the 10,000m Championships were incorporated into the fifth and final Grand Prix of the summer.
Both athletes dominated their respective races running solo for the majority for the event once the pacemakers had fallen away and unfortunately both fell short of their goal of running inside the Commonwealth Games standards for Brisbane next year.
Anthony Whiteman didn’t come up short though as he finally realised his ambition of adding the Word Masters M45 800m record to his already glittering CV with a time of 1mins 49.86secs for eighth place in the A race.
“I admit I felt jaded driving to the meeting tonight and with the wind blowing on the motorway I thought the record wasn’t looking good,” said Whiteman.
“But conditions here were excellent and I just tracked Dave Dempsey as he has been so consistent his summer. It all worked out for me but I am tired now and I’ll be taking a long break after the season ends.”
Other highlights on an excellent evening for racing were Markhim Lonsdale’s third Grand Prix win of the season. The 18-year-old opened with a sparkling PB of 1:46.97 at SportCity and followed that up with another win at Loughborough before closing his season at Trafford.
And, not forgetting in-between Lonsdale won a silver at the European Under 20 Championships in Italy.
It was also good to see Hannah England return to winning ways in the women’s 800m A event and enjoyed her first Grand Prix win for three years.
Hannah England has been playing catch-up all year after injury cost her a six-months break from the sport over the winter so it is no surprise that she wishes the season could carry on.
England reckons this was her 15 or 16th race of the summer as the British international effectively races herself fit and while her winning time of 2mins 03.34secs was just outside her season’s best, recorded on the same track recently, she was happy with the outcome.
“After losing six months in the winter due to a stress fracture in my foot I never dreamed that I would get back to this level,” said England.
“It has come far too late for the Commonwealths but I am looking towards the World Indoors in Birmingham which is where I live and train.”
Revee Walcott-Nolan had hit front the font hard with 150m to go but couldn’t shake off England as the pair pulled well clear of the field.
While England would like the season to continue men’s 800m winner Markim Lonsdale is relishing a well-deserved break.
The 18-year-old European Junior Championships silver medallist ended the Grand Prix season just as he started it at SportCity in May with a convincing victory and notching up another 1mins 47secs clocking.
“I went through my fastest splits (24secs and 51secs at the bell) of the season so that was hard,” said Lonsdale.
“I really feel I had a Commonwealth Games qualifying time of 1:46.5 in me but apart from the Grand Prix events all my other races have been championships events so I just haven’t had the chance.
“But it has been my best season easily and I am really looking forward to 2018 – once I have had a rest!”
Former GB international Anthony Whiteman certainly deserves his end-of-season break as he fought tenaciously down the home straight to dip under 1mins 50secs for the seventh successive season and set a new World Masters M45 mark of 1:49.86.
In the men’s B race Christian Von Eitzen made a bold bid for victory up the back straight but was caught by Cardiff AC’s Joseph Reid in the home straight as he clinched victory in a PB of 1:50.20.
“That beats my PB of 1:50.7 so it was definitely worth coming up as I love this track,” said Reid.
“I have been doing 400m races most of the summer and this was only my third 800m so hopefully I might get under 1mins 50secs soon.”
Charlotte Taylor-Green was also hoping for a PB as she took a break from the steeplechase so was left frustrated at just falling short of her 2:06.96 mark with 2:07.13 despite forcing the pace from the bell.
“It was good to have Harriet chasing me down the home straight but it was the 100m after the bell that I lost the time,” said Taylor-Green.
“I really wanted a low 2mins 06secs but it was another solid run and overall it has been a good season and I am still improving.”
British junior international Harriet Knowles-Jones never gave up the chase and was rewarded with a PB of 2:07.55 in second.
There was also a PB for Cwmbran junior Izzy Parry-Jones in the C race as she clocked 2:09.69 ate taking the initiative with along kick for home.
“I have been waiting so long to dip under 2mins 10secs so I am delighted” said the 18-year-old, who also confirmed it was her first Grand Prix victory.
Emma Tilley clocked a PB of 2:11.37 in third as did Beth Ansell to win the D race in 2:07.93.
Swindon’s Ciaran Cooper and Andrew Roen of Gateshead Harriers both took advantage of the pacemaking and benign conditions to record PBs of 1:51.84 and 1:53.13 for victories in the men’s D and E races respectively while Birchfield’s James O’Brien clocked a season’s best of 1:55.14 to take the F race.
The strong overseas presence was reflected in the 1500m where victories went to Finland’s Sara Kuivisto and former Dutch champion Wouter Ploeger.
“This is a great meeting and it was definitely worth coming over for,” said Ploeger, aged 24.
“I felt very strong and it is the first time I have run under 3mins 44secs outdoors.”
Ploeger ran a PB of 3:42.36 to finish over a second clear of Spain’s Llorenc Sales Ferre with Ireland’s Kieran Kelly completing a cosmopolitan top three.
First Brit in fourth was Loughborough University student William Fuller with a PB f 3:45.39.
The big surprise was the way international Tom Lancashire dropped back through the field. In contention at the bell his rivals swept past him on the final circuit and he crossed the line a disconsolate-looking 14th in 3:47.45.
Kilbarchan’s Jemma Reekie forced the early pace in the women’s 1500m tracked by Loughborough winner Naomi Taschimowitz.
At the bell Reekie was still in front but Kuivisto was looking ominous in second while Hannah Nuttall, promoted to the A race after her fine B event win in Loughborough, had moved into third.
Kuivisto waited until the final bend before making her move and was very strong down the hone straight as she finished almost two seconds clear in 4:13.67 while Nuttall was passed by Taschimowitz for third and a PB of 4:16.32.
But both Nuttall and fellow U23 athlete Georgie Hartigan in fifth were rewarded with PBs.
“It is just over a second outside my personal best but I am very pleased to win my first Grand Prix event,” said Kuivisto
Tom Horton is ending the season on a high as the Hallamshire runner showed good form to win the B race.
“I have had a bit of a nightmare this year including a car crash which put me out of action for six weeks,” said Horton.
“My coach (Bashir Hussain) told me to go out and enjoy myself this evening and that is what I did. I just felt so relaxed and comfortable and I so happy with my time.”
Runner-up Cameron Field and Hamza Kadir in third also posted PBs.
Sale Harriers junior Francesca Brint, coached by local man Paul Roden, was a popular winner of the B race clocking a PB of 4:26.08 with Beth Kidger also clocking a best in third just behind Georgia Malir.
Tonbridge runner Kieran Reilly just missed his PB in winning the C race but Darlington junior Lucy Erin-Hunter, watched by her coach and BMC official David Lowes, carved three seconds off hers to win the women’s C event in 4:30.77.
“I am so pleased,” she said.
Bedford’s Ben Davies had been looking for a first sub 3mins 50secs time in the D race but was too strong for his rivals as he surged clear over the final two laps for victory in 3:50.70.
“I wanted a quicker time but to be honest it is nice to win a race as well,” said Davies.
Four minutes was the target in the E race and the top two all achieved that with 18-year-old Oliver Johnson of Brighton Phoenix holding his form well on the last lap to take the honours in 3:58.21 with runner-up Gareth Griffith a stride behind in 3:58.39.
“That is a massive PB for me by 14 seconds!” said a delighted Johnson. “But I have had a terrible last two years so the PB was over-due.”
Oliver Newton (4:00.17), Rory Leonard (4:00.17) and Ethan Hussey (4:00.20) all went close but at least the former pair of young athletes were rewarded with PBs. Ethan’s time puts him third on the UK all-time U15 list.
Peter Coe and Frank Horwill Under 17 Miles
Stepping down from the 3000m in which he won the bronze at the English Schools’ Championships 16-year-old Jack Meijer was an emphatic winner of the mile.
“The plan today was to sit in and kick with 200metres to go and it worked perfectly,” said Meijer.
Jack Maurice came through for second ahead of Team Bath’s Hayden Bailey.
In contrast Kirsten Stilwell led from gun to tape to win the Frank Horwill mile. The 14-year-old Wycombe athlete really took the race to her rivals opening a gap early on which she never looked like losing despite Cornwall AC’s Grace Brock and Brighton Phoenix runner Maia Hardman working together behind her.
“I am really pleased to win,” said Stilwell.
A magnificent total of 21 personal bests from 31 runners over two races marked the men’s 3000m races including the respective A and B winners Patrick Dever (8:09.09) and Toby Cooke (8:26.21).
Jenna Hill was an emphatic winner of the wen’s race in a season’s best of 9:21.93.
Chris Thompson may not have run inside the Commonwealth Games qualifying standard but make no mistake this was a high quality performance by the former European 10,000m silver medallist.
Following the early pacemakers Thompson, Luke Traynor and Mohammed Abu-Rezeq of Altrincham hit the targets of 68 second laps.
It was a punishing pace that by 3k was too much for Rezeq and then Traynor had to relent. By 5k, reached in 14:07, Thompson was in splendid isolation but still running smoothly while Traynor was alone in second but Rezeq, more at home on the road, was paying the price for the fast start.
At his very best Thompson would have probably pushed on to attack his goal of 28:10 but by his own admission he is still playing catch-up after injury problems and inevitably slowed in the closing stages.
“Tonight I was on 28mins 20secs pace until the last two miles when I dropped from 68s to 70s,” said Thompson.
“But I committed myself early doors to try and get the time and while I missed it this race will definitely bring me on and overall I have to be pleased with that.
“Give me a few more sessions and two or three more weeks and I reckon I could have done it but I have just run out of time with regards to the Commonwealth Games.”
Having run in second for the majority of the race Traynor must have been shocked to see Sam Stabler sprint past in the final 200m as he clocked a PB of 29:03.64 with Traylor also rewarded with a PB.
Indeed, they were just two of 16 PBs from the 23 finishers.
The women’s race saw an equally lonely and resolute performance by Charlotte Arter as she recorded a PB of 32:37.52.
“I think in the right conditions and right race I could have close to the Commonwealth Games qualifying time for England but obviously tonight I was well off the target (32mins 15secs),” said Arter.
“It was another solid effort and a PB. I have taken 20 seconds off my PB at 5000m, one-and-a-half minutes off my 10k best and 13 seconds off my 3k so overall it is looking really positive for next year and I’ll be looking to get into a big 10,000, probably in America, early in the season.”
Fresh from finishing second in the Ipswich 5k road race the previous evening Gemma Steel was runner-up with Verity Ockenden third, the latter also clocking a PB.
In the men’s B race long-time leader Stuart Robinson of Salford, who ran for Britain at the World 50k Championships last year, was rewarded for his front-running with a big lifetime best of 31:09.88.
“I am more of a road man so I am pretty pleased with this as I build up for the Frankfurt marathon, where I am hoping to break 22hrs 20mins,” said Robinson.
Behind him there were another 17 PBs from a field of 22 finishers.
Veteran Sammy Rashid won the mixed C race with his best time for three years to go third on the M50 UK Rankings.
“This was a test for the British Masters Championships in Jarrow next month,” said Rashid.
|.||Race : 9||BMC 800m A mens|
|1||4||01:47.63||Markhim Lonsdale U20||Crook|
|2||5||01:48.46||Alex Coomber||Cardiff / Glamorgan Uni|
|3||3||01:48.68||Alex Botterill U20||City Of York|
|5||6||01:49.19||Will Snook U23||Harlow Ac / Bucks New Uni / Leeds U|
|6||7||01:49.34||Rory Graham-watson||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|7||2||01:49.64||David Dempsey||Sheffield & Dearne / Sheffield Un|
|8||14||01:49.86||Anthony Whiteman V45||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|9||1||01:51.75||Harry Fisher||Southampton / Cardiff Met Uni|
|.||Race : 2||BMC 800m B Mens|
|1||11||01:50.20||Joseph Reid U23||Cardiff / Cardiff Met Uni|
|2||13||01:50.28||Christian Von Eitzen U23||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|3||16||01:50.85||Kristinn Azar Kristinsson||Iceland|
|4||9||01:51.36||Gustav Berlin U23||Sweden|
|6||15||01:53.36||Nzimah Akpan||Liverpool H / St. Mary’s Uni|
|.||Race : 12||BMC 800m C Mens|
|1||24||01:52.46||Jacob Brown U23||Vale Royal / Loughborough Student|
|2||20||01:52.76||Patrick Taylor U23||Birchfield H / Birmingham Uni|
|3||23||01:52.77||Robert Umeokafor U23||Birchfield H / St. Mary’s Uni|
|4||18||01:53.01||Gustav Bivstedt U23||Sweden|
|5||19||01:53.32||Michael Parry U20||Colwyn Bay|
|.||Race : 11||BMC 800m D Mens|
|1||28||01:51.84||Ciaran Cooper U23||Swindon|
|2||26||01:52.51||Luke Jones U23||Tamworth / Birmingham Uni|
|3||31||01:52.62||Daniel Stepney||Brighton Phoenix / Brighton Uni|
|4||27||01:52.95||Dave Ragan||Basingstoke & Mid Hants / Sheffie|
|5||29||01:54.68||Oliver Dane U20||Sheffield & Dearne|
|6||32||01:56.01||Matthew Harris U23||Rossendale / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|7||25||02:00.61||Adrian Lloyd-davies U20||Bridgnorth|
|.||Race : 10||BMC 800m E mens|
|1||38||01:53.18||Andrew Roen||Gateshead / Northumbria Uni|
|2||40||01:53.29||Jonothan Kay U23||Bolton|
|3||43||01:53.71||Jonathan Currie U23||Tynedale / Birmingham Uni / Edinbur|
|4||37||01:54.56||James Habergham U23||Halifax / Leeds Beckett Uni / Black|
|5||39||01:54.65||Fergus Mcauliffe U17||Charnwood|
|6||35||01:54.74||Daniel Neal U23||Preston / Nottingham Trent Uni|
|7||36||01:55.14||Kevin Bell||Liverpool H|
|8||33||01:55.33||Ben Read U23||Wakefield / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|9||34||01:57.20||Louis Wrigley||City Of Stoke / Keele Uni|
|.||Race : 14||BMC 800m F Mens|
|1||47||01:55.14||James O’brien U23||Birchfield H|
|2||46||01:56.23||Yahye Dirir U20||Birchfield H / Aston Uni|
|3||42||01:58.34||Kieran Wye U23||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|4||48||01:58.53||Scott Armstrong U20||Durham|
|.||Race : 15||BMC 800m G Mens|
|1||53||01:56.67||Alexander Krogh Johansen||Denmark|
|2||56||01:57.21||Richard Farley||West Cheshire / Loughborough Stud|
|3||55||01:57.22||Jack Dee-ingham U17||Wigan & District|
|4||52||01:57.59||Christopher Boyle U23||Victoria Park City Of Glasgow / S|
|5||50||01:57.70||Daniel Maud U17||Charnwood|
|6||49||01:58.07||Archie Banks U20||Charnwood|
|7||51||02:01.87||Peter Watkeys V35||Basingstoke & Mid Hants / Welsh M|
|8||54||02:02.74||Joseph Yeaman U20||Guernsey|
|.||Race : 8||BMC Womens 800m A|
|1||58||02:03.34||Hannah England||Oxford City|
|2||61||02:03.64||Revee Walcott-nolan U23||Luton / Woodford Green Essex Ladi|
|4||68||02:05.48||Katy-ann Mcdonald U20||Blackheath & Bromley|
|5||64||02:06.52||Anna Burt U20||Team Bath|
|6||62||02:07.00||Mari Smith U23||Birchfield H / Birmingham Uni|
|8||59||02:09.40||Emily Dudgeon||Edinburgh Ac / Cambridge Uni / Team|
|.||Race : 4||BMC Womens 800m B|
|1||65||02:07.13||Charlotte Taylor-green||Bristol & West / Mendip|
|2||69||02:07.55||Harriet Knowles-jones U20||Warrington Ac|
|4||71||02:09.89||Cara Anderson||Perth Strathtay / Derby Uni|
|5||74||02:11.19||Amy Hinchly U20||Vale Royal / Sheffield Hallam Uni|
|.||Race : 3||BMC Womens 800m C|
|1||76||02:09.70||Izzy Parry-jones U20||Cwmbran / Swansea|
|2||73||02:11.27||Rochelle Harrison||Lincoln Wellington|
|3||72||02:11.37||Emma Tilley U23||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|4||75||02:14.07||Hannah Cameron U23||Edinburgh Ac / Robert Gordon Uni /|
|5||77||02:21.99||Danielle Webb U20||Liverpool H / Loughborough Studen|
|.||Race : 13||BMC Womens 800m D|
|1||81||02:07.93||Beth Ansell||Sheffield & Dearne / Manchester U|
|2||82||02:16.46||Katie Allen||Birchfield H / Brunel Uni London|
|3||78||02:16.68||Rachel Hibberd U23||Sale Harriers Manchester / Leeds|
|4||79||02:19.73||Rachel Atherton||Leeds City / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|5||83||02:20.51||Franchesca Borg U23||Bolton / Malta|
|6||80||02:23.74||Karen Krogh Johansen||Denmark|
|7||84||02:23.77||Shelley Brace||City Of Stoke / Keele Uni|
|.||Race : 18||BMC Mens 1500m A|
|2||98||03:43.71||Llorenc Sales Ferre||Spain|
|3||99||03:45.27||Kieran Kelly||Raheny Shamrocks / Ireland|
|4||85||03:45.39||William Fuller U23||Blackheath & Bromley / Loughborou|
|5||90||03:45.41||John Ashcroft||Liverpool H / Leeds Uni|
|6||89||03:45.44||Elliott Dorey||Glasgow City / St. Mary’s Uni|
|7||101||03:45.59||Jens Sandergaard Jensen||Denmark|
|8||100||03:45.71||Christopher Olley U23||Tonbridge / Imperial College|
|9||91||03:46.35||Frank Baddick||Newham & Essex Beagles / Loughbor|
|10||92||03:46.45||Philip Sesemann||Blackheath & Bromley / Leeds Uni|
|11||97||03:46.63||Luke Conway||Newham & Essex Beagles|
|12||87||03:46.90||Ryan Driscoll||Tonbridge / San Francisco Uni|
|13||88||03:47.17||Jonathan Tobin U23||Swansea / Sheffield Uni|
|15||93||03:54.85||Andrew Smith U23||Pudsey & Bramley / York St John U|
|.||Race : 25||BMC Mens 1500m B|
|1||107||03:45.76||Tom Horton||Hallamshire / Sheffield Uni / Sheff|
|2||105||03:46.75||Cameron Field U23||Liverpool H / Durham Uni|
|3||108||03:48.59||Hamza Kadir U20||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|4||110||03:48.86||Euan Gilchrist U20||Sale Harriers Manchester / Manche|
|5||115||03:49.37||Peter Ejersbo U23||Denmark|
|6||102||03:49.93||Luke Betts||Sale Harriers Manchester / Mcnees|
|7||114||03:50.24||Michael Salter||Leeds City|
|8||104||03:50.66||Jeremy Dempsey U20||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|9||106||03:51.18||Daniel Bebbington U23||Preston / Edge Hill Uni|
|10||103||03:56.08||Doug Musson||Notts / Nottingham Trent Uni|
|11||109||03:58.56||Jack Gooch U23||Swansea / Swansea Uni|
|.||Race : 23||BMC Mens 1500m C|
|1||126||03:50.64||Kieran Reilly||Tonbridge / Eastern Michigan / Loug|
|2||124||03:51.17||Robert Warner||Blackburn / Loughborough Students|
|3||118||03:52.12||Ben Potrykus U23||Pitreavie / Heriot-watt Uni|
|4||125||03:52.57||Joseph Tuffin U20||Rushcliffe|
|5||122||03:53.24||Richard Owens||Sli Cualann / University College|
|6||130||03:54.07||Andy Benson||Preston / Trafford|
|7||117||03:56.11||Peter Cameron||Edinburgh Ac / Cambridge Uni|
|8||123||04:02.19||Jonathan Whan U23||City Of Lisburn|
|9||121||04:13.23||Tiarnan Crorken U20||Preston|
|.||Race : 20||BMC Mens 1500m D|
|1||134||03:50.70||Benjamin Davies U20||Bedford & County|
|2||138||03:51.18||Adam Moore U20||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|3||136||03:52.16||Matthew White||Derby / Dundee Uni / Dundee Hawkhil|
|4||140||03:53.54||Grant Muir||Giffnock North / Glasgow Caledoni|
|5||139||03:53.87||Blake Moore U20||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|6||141||03:54.22||Paul Tobin||Swansea / Sheffield Uni|
|7||131||03:57.07||David Mullarkey U20||Manx|
|8||135||03:57.24||Stephen Morris||Cardiff / Dsw Para Academy|
|9||149||03:59.79||Alex Goodall||Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow /|
|10||137||03:59.88||Declan Neary U23||City Of York / Brighton Uni / Brigh|
|11||133||04:01.02||Kieron White U23||Swansea / Liverpool Uni|
|.||Race : 24||BMC Mens 1500m E|
|1||145||03:58.20||Oliver Johnson U20||Brighton Phoenix|
|2||144||03:58.39||Gareth Griffiths U23||Tipton / Cardiff Met Uni / Cardiff|
|3||143||04:00.03||Oliver Newton U23||Kingston Upon Hull / Loughborough|
|5||142||04:00.20||Ethan Hussey U15||Leeds City|
|6||150||04:00.20||Robert Smith||Notts / Nottingham Uni|
|7||152||04:04.71||Charlie Thurstan V40||Birchfield H / Midland Masters|
|9||146||04:08.62||Finn Birnie U17||Newquay & Par / Truro School|
|10||147||04:15.77||Grant Anderson U20||Stockport / Birmingham Uni|
|.||Race : 26||BMC Mens 1500m F|
|1||161||04:00.51||Calum Mckenzie||Corstorphine / Aberdeen Uni|
|3||155||04:03.87||Robert Wood||Basingstoke & Mid Hants / Royal A|
|4||157||04:04.62||Chris Thornton||Skyrac / Sheffield Hallam Uni|
|5||164||04:06.68||Chris Prothero||Blaenau Gwent / Glamorgan Uni|
|6||167||04:13.15||Harry Dexter U20||Vale Royal|
|7||158||04:13.82||Timothy Hartley U20||Wigan & District|
|8||166||04:14.09||Daniel Galpin U20||Guernsey / Bath Uni|
|9||162||04:16.10||Adam Wilson U23||Yate / Westbury|
|.||Race : 21||BMC Womens 1500m A|
|2||173||04:15.09||Jemma Reekie U20||Kilbarchan|
|3||169||04:16.32||Naomi Taschimowitz||Shaftesbury Barnet / Ucl|
|4||171||04:16.49||Hannah Nuttall U23||Charnwood / Loughborough Students|
|5||172||04:22.08||Georgie Hartigan U23||Birchfield H / Loughborough Stude|
|6||176||04:28.59||Megan Davies U23||Sale Harriers Manchester / Birmin|
|7||170||04:30.38||Rachael Burns V35||Liverpool H / Northern Vets|
|.||Race : 19||BMC Womens 1500m B|
|1||183||04:26.08||Francesca Brint U20||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|2||181||04:28.24||Georgia Malir U23||Leeds City / Leeds Uni|
|3||186||04:29.77||Beth Kidger||Brighton Phoenix|
|4||178||04:30.26||Carolyn Johnson||Blackheath & Bromley / Blackheath|
|5||180||04:30.62||Katie Ingle U23||Royal Sutton Coldfield|
|6||179||04:32.40||Zoe Bates U20||Edinburgh Ac / Aberdeen Uni|
|8||185||04:36.25||Rosie Johnson U23||Liverpool Pembroke Sefton / Lough|
|.||Race : 22||BMC Womens 1500m C|
|1||194||04:30.77||Lucy-erin Hunter U20||Darlington H|
|2||200||04:34.73||Zara Knappy U23||Rotherham / Leeds Uni / Keighley &|
|3||199||04:36.36||Juliet Downs U20||Sale Harriers Manchester|
|4||193||04:37.35||Vicki Cronin||Trafford / Manchester Uni|
|5||195||04:40.15||Tara Bage U20||Brighton Phoenix|
|6||196||04:41.50||Sinead Bent U23||Salford H / Trafford|
|7||190||04:44.61||Ula Cartwright-finch V35||London Heathside|
|8||189||04:50.35||Jessica Rogers U20||Blackpool Wyre & Fylde|
|.||Race : 7||BMC Frank Horwill Mile|
|1||340||05:02.27||Kirsten Stilwell U15||Wycombe|
|2||343||05:07.68||Grace Brock U17||Cornwall|
|3||341||05:08.83||Maia Hardman U17||Brighton Phoenix|
|4||345||05:30.72||Amy Mercer U17||Wimborne|
|5||344||05:34.50||Jasmine Stone U15||Exeter / Tiverton|
|.||Race : 6||BMC Peter Coe Mile|
|1||332||04:21.65||Jack Meijer U17||Marshall Milton Keynes|
|2||339||04:22.40||Jacques Maurice U17||Harrogate|
|3||337||04:24.31||Hayden Bailey U17||Team Bath|
|4||333||04:25.83||Remi Adebiyi U17||Newport|
|5||331||04:27.72||Harris Mier U17||Cornwall / Truro School|
|6||338||04:29.12||Christopher Mcleod U17||Solihull & Small Heath|
|.||Race : 27||BMC Mens 3000m A|
|1||210||08:09.09||Patrick Dever U23||Preston / Loughborough Students|
|3||206||08:13.41||Jamie Dee U23||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|4||205||08:14.57||Jonathan Shields U20||Sheffield & Dearne / Sheffield Ha|
|5||215||08:14.82||Mathew Jackson||Liverpool H|
|6||203||08:15.29||Guy Smith||Swansea / Cardiff Uni|
|7||207||08:16.53||Lachlan Oates||Shettleston / Glasgow Uni|
|8||216||08:22.86||Daniel Owen||Cheltenham / Sale Harriers Manche|
|9||201||08:23.48||Harry Powell U23||Kingston Upon Hull / Hull Uni|
|10||214||08:24.64||Matthew Clowes||Cardiff / Cardiff Met Uni / Staffor|
|11||213||08:24.78||Michael Christoforou||Enfield & Haringey / Birmingham U|
|13||209||08:29.76||Daniel Lawton U23||Trafford / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|14||204||08:31.01||Conor Duffy||Glaslough / Ireland|
|15||217||08:46.90||James Coxon U23||Kingston & Poly / Cambridge Uni|
|.||Race : 16||BMC Mens 3000m B|
|1||232||08:26.21||Toby Cooke U23||Winchester / Birmingham Uni|
|2||226||08:30.92||Marc Brown||Salford H|
|3||224||08:32.38||Elliot Dee U20||Shaftesbury Barnet|
|4||229||08:33.13||Nathan Dunn U20||Preston|
|5||220||08:33.45||Christopher Madden||City Of Lisburn|
|8||231||08:36.64||Thomas Rogerson U20||Liverpool H|
|9||225||08:38.95||Matthew Sheen U23||Vale Royal / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|10||222||08:40.89||Michael Hoyle||Kendal / Leeds Beckett Uni|
|11||227||08:43.09||Owen Haswell||Cardiff / Cardiff Uni|
|12||221||08:45.77||George Lowry||Jarrow & Hebburn / Loughborough S|
|13||237||08:52.90||Elliott Wilkinson U20||Trafford|
|14||236||09:20.43||Ryan Watmough U17||Keighley & Craven|
|15||219||09:25.41||John Gordon U23||Springwell / Loughborough Student|
|16||234||09:48.55||Ryan Donald U17||Dundee Hawkhill|
|.||Race : 17||BMC 3000m A Womens|
|1||246||09:21.93||Jenna Hill||Sale Harriers Manchester / St. Ma|
|2||240||09:25.64||Tamara Armoush||Birchfield H / Jordan|
|4||247||09:42.42||Lucy Crookes||Leeds City|
|5||245||09:48.78||Sophie Cowper||Rotherham / Notts|
|6||239||10:17.75||Ellen Downs U23||Stockport / Sheffield Uni|
|.||Race : 29||BMC Mens 10000m A|
|1||259||28:40.40||Chris Thompson V35||Aldershot Farnham & District|
|2||253||29:03.64||Sam Stabler||Owls Leicester|
|3||257||29:08.52||Luke Traynor||Glasgow City / Tulsa Uni / Giffnock|
|4||258||29:18.50||Ian Kimpton||Luton / Nottingham Uni|
|5||262||29:27.18||Ollie Lockley||Manx / Missouri / Aldershot Farnha|
|6||251||30:04.69||Mohammed Abu-rezeq||Altrincham / Jordan|
|7||273||30:09.36||Lucian Allison||Lincoln Wellington|
|8||250||30:09.89||James Straw||Lincoln Wellington / Sheffield Ha|
|10||256||30:14.75||Ben Fish V35||Blackburn|
|11||276||30:15.26||Aaron Scott||Lincoln Wellington / Nene Valley|
|12||270||30:23.34||Ben Cole||Tonbridge / Edinburgh Uni / Swindon|
|13||254||30:27.67||Ross Skelton||Brighton Phoenix / St. Mary’s Uni|
|14||272||30:30.18||Ben Johnson||Southport Waterloo / Loughborough|
|15||263||30:30.67||Shane Robinson||Lincoln Wellington / Birmingham U|
|16||266||30:35.35||Jack Bancroft||Wells City / Bristol & West / Exete|
|17||267||30:40.27||James Donald U20||Dundee Hawkhill|
|18||269||30:46.83||Tom Merson||Bristol & West / Exmouth|
|19||264||30:57.66||Stuart Gibson||Cambuslang / Whitemoss|
|20||274||31:10.69||Joe Wilkinson U23||Lincoln Wellington / Sheffield Un|
|22||261||31:56.65||Dermot Cummins||West Waterford / Corstorphine / Ire|
|23||271||32:55.22||Liam Rabjohn U23||Richmond & Zetland|
|.||Race : 5||BMC Mens 10000m B|
|1||286||31:09.51||Stuart Robinson V35||Salford H|
|2||289||31:18.53||Gregory Jayasuriya||Middlesbrough & Cleveland|
|5||304||31:46.26||Alex Brown U20||Houghton Harriers|
|6||282||31:51.75||Will Beauchamp||Salford H / Manchester Metropolit|
|8||283||31:56.32||Daniel Robinson V35||Brat|
|9||287||32:04.05||Daniel Bodman||Aberdare Valley|
|10||285||32:06.67||Mike Burrett V40||Leeds City|
|11||302||32:09.73||Jozsef Farkas V35||Stirling Uni / Scottish Vets H|
|12||277||32:10.03||Daniel Kashi||Sale Harriers Manchester / Bangor|
|13||278||32:33.92||William Onek||Barlick Fr|
|14||303||32:41.88||Phil Robertson||Wirral / Lancaster Uni|
|16||296||32:50.60||Ewan Davidson U23||Edinburgh Uni Hare & Hounds|
|17||279||33:18.28||Timmy Davies||Leeds City|
|18||294||33:20.50||Lee Dover||Houghton Harriers|
|19||301||33:24.45||Mario Grech V35||Malta|
|20||293||34:42.67||Alexander Betts V35||Oxford Uni|
|22||295||35:27.74||Paul Brooks V40||Stockport|
|.||Race : 28||BMC Womens 10000m A|
|1||314||32:37.52||Charlotte Arter||Cardiff / Eden Runners|
|3||312||33:23.31||Verity Ockenden||Swansea / Lamar Uni|
|6||307||35:12.68||Louise Perrio V35||Guernsey|
|8||313||36:40.32||Clara Evans||Cardiff / Hereford|
|.||Race : 1||T1 – BMC Mixed 10000m C|
|1||329||35:03.07||Sammy Rashid V50||Liverpool Pembroke Sefton / Sheff|
|2||323||35:30.99||Paul Graham||Pontypridd (roadents) / Army / Here|
|3||330||37:18.76||Maurice Turnock V40||Gibraltar|
|4||328||37:23.54||Leila Armoush||Leeds City / Sheffield Uni|
|6||324||42:25.86||Amy Welch||Manchester Rr / Chorlton|
|7||320||43:48.57||Anna Neufeld V40||Chorlton / Germany|