August 2005 to December 2005

Magnificent seven women ranked
Seven club female athletes are listed in the UK Women's 2005 top 50 ranking lists, published with this week's Athletics Weekly. Combined eventer Kate Brewington features prominently, ranking 10th in the heptathlon and also making the 100m hurdles, high  jump, long jump and shot listings.  Rising sprint star Lucy Sargent was top club athlete ranked, featuring 9th in the 200m and one place lower in the 100m event, while still an U17, while Faye Fullerton ranks in three middle distance events, with her highest placing in the 1500m where she ranked 18th, also placed in the 3000m and 800m. Debbie Appleton ranked 16th with her club marathon best and 19th in the half marathon. Three throwers were ranked with Mel Harrison 35th in the discus, Sarah Deacon 46th in the hammer, while Emma Christmas was 43rd in the javelin in her breakthrough year.  Matt Russell alone flew the flag for the senior men, making the 200m top 50. In the recent u13 girls rankings Sam Hill made the discus top 20 lists.  added 24/12/05  

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Katie wins, Harriet second for Essex
Katie Richardson's rich vein of form continued as romped to victory for Essex in the South of England Inter Counties event at Thetford on Saturday. Jade Edwards (19th) and Hayley Thomas (27th) supported as Essex won the age group. Harriet Scott was a good second in the U20 event behind Woodford's Jessica Sparke with Hayley Stibbs (14th) and Robyn Matson (26th) helping Essex to another team victory. Matt Bloy returned to form with fifth in the u15 event with Daniel Winters, Steve McLachlan and Grant Twist in 27th, 31st and 36th. Georgie Sales (21st) and Ingrid Deane (33rd) contested the u15 girls race and Eleanor Bounds (29th) and Sidnie Sales (54th) saw u13 girls' action.    added 12/12/05 


Matt Russell's flying indoor start
Matt Russell has got his indoor season off to a flying start by twice beating his club indoor 60m sprint best. Last weekend he clocked 6.92s at the Eton indoor open to trim two-hundredths off his own two-year old club mark and he repeated the feat yesterday at the adidas Sprint London event at Sutton, where he recorded the fastest time of the day and was the only sprinter to dip below seven seconds. His training partner Scott Spencer recorded 7.40s for third in his heat.   External link to (PDF) added 10/12/05 


Schools Cup Glory for Club Athletes
Club athletes helped their schools to national medals, when they competed in the English Schools Cup cross Country Final at Leeds on Saturday. Coopers Coborn defended their junior & inter girls' titles in style. Sidnie Sales (5th - 10:13), Eleanor Bounds (15th - 10:20), Emma McAuliffe (24th - 10:26) and Lucy Newman (were in the victorious junior squad, while Georgie Sales (6th - 11:18) and Jennifer Holland (25th - 11:48) were in the winning inter girls' team. A club trio helped Emerson Park to an excellent second place in the Inter Boys event, repeating last year's position. Steve McLachlan and an improved Michael Donovan were in close order in 5th & 7th, and Matt Bloy 10th. Louisa Wood (67th), Becky Luck (69th) and Georgia Davies (106th) competed for Brentwood Ursuline Inter girls. External link to (PDF) added 4/12/05 

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Katie's Essex gold
Katie Richardson was an impressive winner of the Essex U17 Women's cross country title at Chingford on Saturday. She won her age category by over two minutes and she also beat U20 champion Danielle Sale in the combined race. Jade Edwards was a useful 5th but with Hayley Thomas unwell and no other runners there was an incomplete team. It was a similar story in the u20 category where Hayley Stibbs ran well for fourth, with Robyn Matson & Vicky Smith backing up well in 7th & 8th, but no fourth runner. Robert Jones was the only U17m to compete finishing a commendable 15th. Lesley Felton led the club veteran women home in 14th with a fine sprint finish while Graham Foster led home the M40 vets in 57th while Martin McVeigh was first home for the M50 contingent in 50th. (Excel) added 4/12/05 


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Lucy tops the poll, Matt ranked
Lucy Sargent capped a wonderful week when she won the Barking & Dagenham Sports Council Sportswoman of the Year award. It came just a few days after she again carried off the club's top u15-u17 performer award at the Track & Field Wards evening and less than a week after she was named as one of 80 athletes to be sported by UK Athletics' World Class Development Programme. Faye Fullerton was also among those supported by UKA but her week was more mixed: she finished 12th in the European Cross Country Trials at Liverpool on Saturday so there will be no repeat of her 2004 Euro team silver medal. Harriet Scott was 24th in the U20 event at Liverpool, and her exertions took their toll as she finished 2nd in the latest London Colleges League.  Matt Bloy was the only club U15 Boy to make the national top 20 rankings, placing fourth with his club record 800m performance of 2:00.21s.  Another Matt in the news was Matt Russell, who was top sprinter on show at the London Sprints Grand Prix Series at Brunel last weekend, clocking 6.96s.  added 2/12/05 


Club dominate Essex XC League Round 4
It was a fantastic day at the races at club athletes were in dominating form at Round Four of the Essex Cross Country League held at Great Notley on Saturday.  Steve McLachlan's fourth consecutive league win was supported Daniel Winters' third place, with Grant Twist fourth and Matt Bloy fifth as the u15 Boys were rampant. The U13 boys won the team event again as Michael Jones' superb second place plus Jamie Buckley-Stanton's 5th, Liam Bush (14th) and Jonathan Seekings (16th) combined to win the team event. The u15 girls also won their category led home by Georgie Sales third place, with Ingrid Deane (7th) and Jennifer Holland (9th) both made the top 10, and Emma Fox's 16th securing the team win. Katie Richardson led the combined u17b & U20 women's team to a victory, winning the race by 30 seconds, with Hayley Stibbs in 3rd, Jade Edwards 7th and Hayley Thomas 11th completing the winning team. The senior men had their best result for some while as Trevor Keys returned from injury for fifth, with Peter Coates in 12th and Rob Warner 14th well placed. added 27/11/05    Full results (PDF)


Talented trio in u15 girls' rankings 

Bethan Siddons, Frankie Calder & Nicola Hill were all ranked in the under 15 girl's top 20 listings published this week. English Schools' high jump silver medallist Bethan ranked fourth in her event with her club record of 1.64m, and sprinter Frankie's 300m club record of 41.6s gained her the same placing in that event. Frankie also made the 100m and 200m lists. Hurdler Nicola was eighth in the 75m hurdles event with her 11.5s clocking, and she also made to pentathlon top 20 with her 2743 points club record. added 25/11/05

Lesley Felton was ranked W45 athlete in the veterans' national 1500m rankings with a reported 4:49.3 secs and second in the 800m (2m 23.61s). added 27/11/05


Chelmsford 10k win for Debbie

Debbie Appleton made it a hat trick of victories when she won Chelmsford 10k road race and Essex Championships on Sunday.  She came home in 36:27 secs, eight seconds clear of Woodford's Grace Greenhalgh, to add to her victories in both 2003 & 2004. Sister Jo continued her return to action in 21st in 42:49, one place and one second ahead of Emma Wallace and the trio's results ensured second in the ladies' team event. Peter Coates was first clubman home in the men's race, placing 13th in 34:03 and there were good performances from Ian Anthony 25th (35:45), Martin Chester (26th - 35:55), Chris McLachlan (32nd - 36:41) and Rob Dickenson (33rd - 36:51).   added 22/11/05


Katie's London Cross Challenge Success

Katie Richardson won the UK Cross Challenge u17 Women's race at the London Championships at Parliament Hill today. There was good back up from Jade Edwards (7th) and Hayley Thomas (11th). In the u15 girls' race Georgie-Lou Sales was first home in 11th, with Ingrid Deane (20th) and Louisa Wood 39th. Eleanor Bounds (13th), Rebecca O'Neill (21st) and Nicola Peachey (25th) made it a good showing for the u13 girls. Daniel Winters led home the club's u15 boys' contingent in 17th, with Matt Bloy 20th, Simon Brown 25th and Robbie Kidd 33rd. added 19/11/05


Bonne, Ross in U17 rankings

Bonne Buwembo and Ross Clarke were both highly ranked in the u17 men's track and field lists published this week. Javelin ace Bonne confirmed his status as the club's top field events performer and was ranked third with his end of season 59.54m throw which took him close to the 20-year old club record. Ross Clarke's superb season which brought him two club records was reflected in his ranking in two events. His impressive 3000m club record of 8m 44.54s - the first sub 9m minute clocking by a club u17 - ranked him fourth while he was 14th in the 1500m lists with his club record of 4m 01.44s. added 19/11/05

There was a one-two from club athletes in the London Colleges League at Richmond on Wednesday as Faye Fullerton (St Mary's) and Harriet Scott (Imperial) led the field. Sara Luck was also in action for Kings College. added 19/11/05


U17 Men eight in National relays
Ashley Reece, Matthew Watkins & Ross Clarke combined for a in eighth place in the English Cross Country Relays at Mansfield on Saturday. Ashley Reece opened his winter account with a useful 9:37 on the first leg to come home 16th and a solid run from Matt saw him clock 9:53 to slip back two places. It was left to Ross Clarke to speed round in just 9:23, clocking the fourth fastest stage time - and the 12th fastest on any stage  - to make up ten places, bringing the team home in eighth of the 80 starters.  added 13/11/05 


Three ranked high in U17 Women's lists
There were just three club members ranked in this week's published u17 women's track & field top 20 lists but all were highly placed. Pride of place went to Lucy Sargent who topped the lists at both 100m & 200m, with 11.65s and 23.78s club records. Her single run over 300m during the indoor season ranked her 6th and she also made the long jump lists with her single 5.51m effort of the season. Lisa Schofield was ranked in three events, placing third with her English Schools' bronze medal 80m hurdles PB of 11.50s, seventh in the 100m hurdles and also listed in the 300m hurdles with her club record 45.1s. Katie Richardson was seventh with her English Schools 1500m winning time of 4m 30.97s and she was 15th ranked with her 800m best of 2m 12.10s. Lucy & Katie had also been ranked in the u20 lists.   added 10/11/05


Harriet well placed in Belgium
Harriet Scott ran well for the South of England cross country team when she placed seventh in the u20 race in the Lotto Cross Cup event held at Wachtebeke, Belgium on Sunday. She was fourth of the British contingent to finish and completed the 4.5k course in 16:44, some 20 secs behind the first Briton, third placed Jessica Sparke (WG & EL), with Lucy O’Gorman (Wakefield) fourth in 16:29, and Rachael Thompson (Liverpool Harriers) sixth in 16:33.  A few days earlier Harriet, who is now studying medicine at Imperial College, had looked on as club mate Faye Fullerton eased to victory in the London Colleges League at Richmond Park - Harriet had won the first round (which Faye did not contest) at Parliament Hill two weeks before.  added 8/11/05  


More wins in Essex League, Round 3
The winning streak continued as Round Three of the Essex League was held on the challenging Gloucester Park course, Basildon.  Steve McLachlan's league hat-trick in the u15 boys' race was almost supported by a club 1-2-3 as Daniel Winters was runner up while Grant Twist was edged out of third in the final strides as the unbeaten team virtually clinched the league title with two fixtures left. Michael Jones' 7th place led home an improved u13 boys as Liam Bush, Sam Swain and jack Waldron combined to win the team event. Brad Tungatt's fifth place was best for an incomplete u17 men's team. The girls' teams suffered from depleted numbers. The u13s, missing three of their four winning scorers last week were third, led home by Eleanor Bounds' fine third place, while Emma Fox's 8th was best for an incomplete u15s and Hayley Thomas was also 8th for the u17s/ u20s added & updated 30/10/05  


Six ranked in U20 Women's lists
The strength of the club's u20 women's squad was reflected when six club athletes were ranked in the summer 2005 top 20 lists. Lucy Sargent topped the 200m lists and was third in the 100m after her excellent season. Harriet Scott's sub-ten minute 3000m clocking earned her a top 20 place in her breakthrough season, and Katie Richardson (1500m) and Chloe van Wulven (100m hurdles) both made the lists again, although down on their 2004 marks. On the field Lynsey Clark again made the discus grade in her last u20 season while Emma Christmas' javelin club record in her first u20 year also made the national lists. A seventh junior team member to be ranked was Lucy Rodgers, who ran for the team 2nd claim last summer but who will be a first claim member next summer, who was 14th in the 400m rankings.  added 30/10/05


Another good Essex League turn-out
Round Two of the Essex League, held on the Hylands Park, Chelmsford course, brought more club success and excellent turn outs.  Steve McLachlan made it two wins out of two league races for the under 15 boys with Grant Twist opening his account in 3rd, with the team again victorious. Katie Richardson was third in her first cross country outing for the combined u17/u20 ladies. Jamie Buckley-Stanton was fourth for the u13 boys with Michael Jones 8th while Sidnie Sales, Eleanor Bounds,  Emma McAuliffe and Shannon Sullivan were fifth, sixth, seventh & ninth for the winning u13 girls. Brad Tungatt's sixth place led home the u17 men's second place finish. added 23/10/05 & updated 24/10/05  

The Senior Ladies quartet of Harriet Scott (15:10), Faye Fullerton (14:32), Hayley Stibbs (17:37) and Robyn Matson (17:46) placed 29th in the National Four Stage Road relays at Sutton park on Saturday.


Debbie's Great South Run
Debbie Appleton finished in an impressive twelfth position in the top quality Great South Run 10 mile event at Portsmouth on Sunday. Her 59m 26 sec clocking brought her home one place behind Sonia O'Sullivan as Ethiopia's former world champion Derartu Tulu took the honours ahead of her country woman Elfenesh Alemu.  Debbie's younger sister Jo Sullivan continued her return to fitness by improving her PB by five minutes in 76m 53 secs. added 10/10/05   Results: 1, D Tulu (Ethiopia) 51-27; 2, E Alemu (Ethiopia) 52-18; 3, A Kalovics (Hungary) 52-28; 4, H Yelling (GB) 53-03; 5, O Kimaiyo (Kenya) 43-46; 6, L Yelling (GB) 53-55; 7, N Harvey (GB) 54-52; 8, C Fagan (GB) 55-32; 9, B Dagne (GB) 55-50; 11, S O'Sullivan (Ireland) 56-51; 12, D Appleton (GB) 59-26


Warm start to Essex League 
The mild conditions attracted bumper turn outs from HMAC athletes in most events, as the cross country season got off to a warm start at the first round of the Essex League, held on the undulating and unfamiliar Loughton course. There were two team wins and three team runners-up placings.  The powerful under 15 boys picked up where they left off last year and completely dominated this age group lead by Steve McLachlan's commanding win. The combined u17/u20 ladies were also victorious with Harriet Scott first home in third. Runners up spots went to both u13 boys' and girls' squads, and the u15 girls also placed second. added 9/10/05  


Top six start to winter season 
There were no medals but two top six finishes as club athletes opened the winter season at the traditional curtain raiser, the South of England Road Relays. Katie Richardson's opener for the u17 women proved to be second fastest in the age group and Jade Edwards and Clare Robinson ensured fifth team place. The u15 boys had to reshuffle their running order as traffic chaos on the M25 due to the Brands Hatch A1 motor races caused late arrivals and Steve McLachlan anchored the team of Grant Twist, Daniel Winters & Simon Brown to sixth. Steve's time was 13th fastest overall. The u13 girls team of Chloe Jackson, Emma McAuliffe and Sidnie Sales were a good 13th and the B team of 21st, as were the senior women's squad of Megan Foley, Debbie Appleton, Robyn Matson and Hayley Stibbs - Debbie's time of 13:41 was 18th fastest. Jo Sullivan made a welcome return to club colours for the B squad. The senior men placed 44th in the six stage event on Saturday.  added 26/09/05 Photos added 28/09/05


Golden end to track season

There was a golden conclusion to the 2005 track & field season as club athletes brought home a clutch of medals from Days 4 & 5 at the Essex Championships held at Thurrock this weekend. Three individual gold were earned on Saturday in the county 3000m champs.  Faye Fullerton won the senior women's race in a new PB of 9m 22.7s to slice five seconds off her best and Harriet Scott set another PB, dipping under the 10 minute barrier for the first time to win junior gold in 9mm 56.6s. There was a club one-two in the u15 boys' race as Matt Bloy made it a hat trick on county golds, adding the 3000m title to his 800m & 1500m victories in May, clocking 9m 43.5s, while Steve McLachlan was not far behind for silver in 9m 45s. On Sunday there was another gold & silver double as Nicola Hill came out on top in the u15 girls' pentathlon with 2684 pts, while Frankie Calder took silver with 2509 pts in her first combined events attempt. Chris Warden led for four of the five events in the u15 boys' equivalent - winning three of them - but Basildon's Sam Boshell's superior 800m effort won gold as Chris earned silver. There were four relay medals - two silvers and two bronze on Saturday.     added 26/09/05


Records for Emma & Nicola 
Emma Christmas further extended her club senior & U20 javelin records today with a massive 39.45m effort at the Basildon Open. It was the third time Emma has beaten the u20 mark and means that she has added almost 8m to her best this summer. Meanwhile, Nicola Hill finally broke the u15 pentathlon record held by Sara Luck when she scored 2743 points when placing tenth for Essex in the English Schools Combined Events Championships.  The record could be short-lived as she competes in the Essex Pentathlon champs next Sunday and if she gets closer to her PBs in any of the five event she could add more points to her record score. Results:  75mH: 11.72; LJ 4.73; SP: 8.31, HJ 1.36; 800m: 2m 32.73s.  added 18/09/05


Junior Ladies fifth in National final 

The U20 Ladies team finished fifth in a high quality National Junior League final at Derby yesterday (Sunday). The chilly overcast conditions and cold headwind took the edge off performances and top three placings were hard to come by.  Harriet Scott was the only A string winner, storming to victory after a pedestrian early pace, with Katie Richardson winning B honours. Megan Foley added the only other victory as she won the B 800m for the second successive year. Lucy Sargent had to settle for second in both sprints, behind current UK u20 number one Montell Douglas.  There was a tremendous competitive finish to the day in the 4x400m relay as Harriet Scott, Robyn Delivett, Lauren Clark and Lucy Rodgers recorded the fastest time ever by an u20 quartet in club colours - 3m 57.59s - but the existing record of 3:59.5s will stand for a little while longer as Lucy is at present a 2nd claim member. added 12/09/05


Michael's record in Eastern Young final

Bonne Buwembo once again provided the headlines as he closed in on the 60m barrier and Steve Saville's 20-year-old u17 club record of 60.12m with a massive 59.54m effort. But there was a largely unheralded success for Michael Jones who smashed his discus PB and added a metre to Bradley Reece's club u13 record.  There was strong show by the u15 girls, just pipped for victory in their age group, with Frankie Calder leading the way with a sprint double, and Bethan Siddons adding B long jump win to her A high jump success. The team finished a disappointing fifth of the six competing clubs.  added 12/09/05 & updated 13/09/05


No battle at Hastings - Southern Women win, promoted 

There was no battle at Hastings this time around as the women's Southern League squad cantered to a 20 point victory over  the hosts to regain their Division One status. Emma Christmas added two metres to her club u20 javelin record and in the bargain claimed the senior record held by Kate Brewington. Claire Brennan was in excellent form winning both B sprints and the A 100m hurdles - equalling her legal PB. Mel Harrison's winning discus season's best of 41.00m was close to her PB, and she added A shot & B hammer wins. Sarah Deacon also had a win treble with A hammer and B discus and shot wins.  For the u15s Frankie Calder and Nicola Hill both had a hat-trick of wins with Calder winning both sprints and the long jump (PB) and Hill the hurdles, B high jump and long jump (PB).   added 3/09/05 & updated 4/09/05



Eight in Essex action

Eight club members took part in the Southern Inter Counties event for the U20 & U15 age groups on Sunday.  Luke Stott twice ran faster than before in the under 20 Men’s 200m finishing third, but both times were aided by a strong following wind. Chloe van Wulven tackled both hurdles events and was fourth in the 400m event and third in her sprint hurdles speciality.  Lynsey Clark was also third in the discus and Hayley Stibbs placed fourth in the 800m. Frankie Calder powered to third place in the U15G 200m event, setting a season’s best of 26.06s, again it was wind aided.  Nicola Hill was fourth in the 75m hurdles with a fast 11.50s for fourth place.  Bethan Siddons was one of six athletes clear at 1.55m  as Cornwall’s Sarah Williamson won the contest with 1.60m. Completing the club contingent was Brad Reece who was close to his PB in the U15B discus, placing seventh. added 29/08/05



Ross in record form again

Ross Clarke's fine form continued at Watford last Wednesday when he set a new club u17 record at 1500m. He stopped the clock at 4m 01.44 secs, four seconds in side his PB and half a second better than Richard Bolam's club record, dating from 1972.  This achievement means that Ross now hold both 1500m and 3000m records in the u17 age group.   added 27/08/05


Lisa double, Ross, Bonne win for Essex

Lisa Schofield completed an impressive hurdles double in Essex colours in the u17 Inter Counties at Portsmouth today. She overhauled English Schools' bronze medallist Anna Newton to win the 300m hurdles event and later added victory in the 80m hurdles race. Ross Clarke won the 3000m with a powerful finishing kick and Bonne Buwembo won the javelin by over seven metres. Lauren Clark was in discus & relay action and Eugene Ayanful was sixth in both 100m & 200m.   added 21/08/05


Southern Men second in final fixture

An injury affected Southern Men's team placed second in their final fixture at Eton yesterday, behind hosts Reading. The result consolidated their third place in Division 1 and should ensure that the team is invited to compete in the British League promotion fixture at Abingdon on 10 September. With Matt Russell missing with a recurring hamstring problem Luke Stott stepped up to win a 100/200m A string double, the latter in a new PB. Scott Spencer showed good form with his fastest 400m time for a few years and added a B 200m victory. Trevor Keys won the 5000m and there were B string field wins for Sam Harrison (javelin) and a returning Arron Bonning (pole vault). The 4x400m squad of Salvator Mutijima, Scott Spencer, Mark Bishop & Luke Stott rounded off the proceedings with a fine victory.     added 21/08/05


Southern Women's massive win at Thurrock

The Southern Women's team racked up a massive points total as they won by a huge 78 point margin against weak opposition in their fifth division 2 fixture at Thurrock today. There were wins in seven of the eight senior track A string events, plus two B string track successes and wins in both relays. The u15s were almost as dominant with ten wins. There was also great team efforts as several non-winning athletes - some of them in action for the first time or tackling new events - performed well in club colours.   added 20/08/05 and updated 21/08/05


AAAs U17s: Two gold, a silver & bronze plus club record

There were gold medals for Lucy Sargent (U17W - 200m) and Bonne Buwembo (U17M - javelin), plus a 3000m silver for Ross Clarke, also in the u17s. Schools' winner Katie Richardson had to settle for bronze this time round in the u17W 1500m final. Matt Bloy was again outside a national medal in fourth in the u15 800m race but had the satisfaction of improving his club record further.  Nicola Hill was also celebrating fourth place in the u15G 75m hurdles for a little while after improving her PB but was cruelly disqualified for a trail leg infringement.  Lisa Schofield was close to her best in both heat & final of the u17W 80m hurdles event, placing sixth.   added 20/08/05


EYAL team confirm final place 

The Eastern YAL team placed 2nd to a powerful Basildon squad in the final league fixture at Ware on Sunday to confirm their Trophy final place. Bonne Buwembo's rich run of form continued as he added another two metres to his u17 javelin PB to close in on the club record. Frankie Calder had a win treble, and double victories went to Chris Clements (100/200m B U17M), Alex Edwards (100/200m A - U13G) and Ben Warden (400m A & DT B - u15B).     added 07/08/05 & updated 08/08/05

Katie Richardson trimmed half a second off her 800m PB for 2nd in 2m 12.10s in the u17W race at the BMC Grand Prix Crystal Place on Saturday. Faye Fullerton ran a season’s best of 4m 17.57s for 6th in the senior women’s 1500m A race, while Ross Clarke just missed his 1500m PB with 4m 06.31s for 7th against senior opposition. added 08/08/05


Nicola third in SoE pentathlon 
Nicola Hill placed third in the South of England under 15  pentathlon at Exeter on Sunday. Her 2691 medal-winning tally was just 14 points short of Sara Luck's club record which would probably have fallen if a strong headwind not taken the edge off the hurdles times and long jump distances costing vital points. 75mH: 11.99; LJ 4.69; SP: 8.63, HJ 1.33; 800m: 2m 32.7s. Catrina McAuliffe placed 15th in the same competition with 2053 points, some way down on her best. Anthony Williams placed eight in his first effort at Octathlon, which included a wind assisted 14.09s hurdles win - his best ever time - and a 5.93 long jump, which placed him third after two events. He was close to his high jump PB on Sunday but results in his throwing weaker events went against him. 100H: 14.09w; LJ: 5.93; JT: 21.08; 400m: 58.76; HJ: 1.71; SP: 9.31; DT: 22.61; 1500: 5m 31.32s   added 07/08/05 & updated 08/08/05


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