Hello and a warm welcome to
StatPack Mark 20 which updates the
last (September 2018) version to include marks achieved during the 2019 indoor and outdoor seasons.
Simon Kilminster compiled the
first edition of StatPack well over 20 years ago and although occasionally details from earlier years
occasionally surface almost all the changes in this edition again come from
performances from the current bunch of talented athletes who continue to
rewrite these rankings almost as soon as they can be produced!
The 2019 season has been another
year for club athletes which has seen eleven individual
and relay records fall. Whereas in recent years the bulk of records have been
improved in individual events this year it was new club relay records which
Individual records fell to
improved her own Under 20 Women's and
Senior triple jump marks which she set last
year, and two up and coming youngsters Jacob Blanc and Al-Ameen Salaam. In a
season which saw him win four individual National medals Blanc also made his
mark with records in two
trimming the year old 80m Hurdles record in winning English Schools bronze and
adding the 300m best in Essex colours. Blanc regained the 300m record he briefly
held in July, before Charlie Howell improved it in the next race. The
multi-talented Salaam set four new records in the
Under 13 Boys'
200m, 75m hurdles,
shot and pentathlon.
It was in the relays events that saw the
greatest records' revisions. Al-Ameen Salaam was joined by Jude Ogundare, Daniel
Lammas and Sebastian Alexandru in improving the
Under 13 Boys
sprint relay record. Both relay
records also fell in the
Under 15 Boys
age group as the 4x300m relay
record was broken for the second successive year with
Charlie Howell, Patrick McLean-Tattan,
Charlie Black and
beating the year-old mark, and
Charlie Black, Jacob Blanc,
Jack Botha and Denzel Achi
the 4x100m record which
had stood since 2000, three times, the third time in winning the Club: Connect
Relay at the Anniversary Games.
For the second successive year there were
A new mark was set in
4x300m relay as
Stephanie Okoro, Lucy Nattrass, Uche Okpalauko
and Olivia Boachie, topped the a mark set by
last year's quartet while the
4x100m relay squad of
Paige Robinson, Paris King, Stephanie Okoro
and Uche Okpalauko.
set club records on two successive days.
Finally, two records fell in the
Under 17 age group as the
Under 17 Men's team of
Michael Okoro, Sam Sanusi, Somto Okpalauko and
Malcolm Osungbohun beat a record initially
set in 1981,
Under 17 Women's 4x300m relay team of
Alice Brown, Alice Atkins, Sydney Foley and
Mali Grant beat the year old mark.
Yet another fantastic season for
resulted in a glut of new marks in the
all time lists which once again offers much promise for future years!
(now updated to 30th September 2019)