Fantastic Well Done to all the U17 and U20 Athletes who competed in the YDL on Sunday 1st July at Cleckheaton along with the officials, parents and supporters who joined us on the day.
The Team Spirit you display at these team events is great to see and makes us all as parents, helpers and coaches very proud.
Another massive thanks to our Officials who gained us the maximum 55 points for turning out on Sunday in the blistering heat.
After the excitement of the relays at the end of a swelteringly hot day, the points tally saw HH in the 2nd place spot, just 7 points clear of the 3rd place Scunthorpe team.
So drum roll please……..
Overall standings in the league…..
HH – 🥇1st with 16 points – total points for the season – 1280 🏆
Bingley – 🥈2nd with 16 points – total points for the season – 1170
Scunthorpe – 🥉3rd with 13 points – total points for the season – 1163.5
Thank you to all of you for your support this Season and…
CONGRATULATIONS – WE ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE
At the recent County Championships held in Derbyshire and Yorkshire our athletes once again did the club and themselves proud. A fantastic 51 medals were won over the weekend across track and field. In addition to the medal winners many athletes recorded PB’s – just reward for the commitment and dedication that you all show to training.
Keep up the good work.
Yorkshire Athletics Champs 12/13 May
Derbyshire Champs 12/13 May
If you’re looking for your next running challenge, why not sign up for the British Athletics Road Mile Championships, which take place at the Vitality Westminster Mile on Sunday 27 May.
Runners aged between nine and 20-years-old (Under 13 to Under 20 age groups) are eligible to enter. The British Athletics Road Mile Championships races – including an Under 20 elite wheelchair race – are open to all abilities and prizes will be awarded to the top four finishers in each category.
We will also be incorporating a club team challenge within these races for teams of four runners, with three to score. Clubs are welcome to enter more than one team in each race. The top three teams will be awarded prizes.
Sir Mo Farah will run in three of the family races on the morning of the event, so if you’re keen to meet the legendary British runner, sign up now!
Alongside the races, the Vitality Wellness Festival will take place in Green Park. Don’t miss the free, family-friendly activities on offer – from coaching for kids to yoga, pilates and dance classes for adults, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
To find out more, visit vitalitywestminstermile.co.uk
Just a reminder that the Festival of Athletics Open competition is taking place this Saturday at SHUCAS Woodbourn Rd, Sheffield. This is a great event to start off the outdoor season and get some times and distances recorded at the beginning of the season.
Online entries can still be made until tomorrow night – http://www.
The new online membership is now working. Existing athletes should have received an email with a link to the membership platform, if not contact the membership secretary.
For all new members follow this link to buy a new membership.
Ben Kelly came 3rd in the U17M 60m heats in 7.41 and then 8th in the semi finals in a time of 7.46. In the U15B 60m, Emmanuel Lawal came 6th in heat 2 in 7.85 and Joel Vernon finished 7th in heat 5 in 7.91.
For the U17W 60m, Lucy Revitt came 6th in heat 1 in a time of 8.32. In the U15G 60m, Eniola Ajagbe came 7th in heat 4 in 8.50, Lauren Foletti came 7th in heat 3 in 8.50. Acacia Williams-Hewitt came 2nd in heat 2 in a time of 7.97 then 2nd in the semi finals in 7.91 and 7th in the final in a time of 7.92. Nicole Hague came 4th in heat 2 in 8.21 and then 4th in the semi final heat in 8.11.
In the U15G 200m, Acacia Williams-Hewitt came 1st in heat 4 in 26.17, then 1st in the semi final heat in 25.45 and then finally 1st in the Final with a new PB of 25.10.
In the U17W 300m, Lucy Revitt came 5th in heat 1 in 42.85.
Gabriel Gisborne came 1st in the U15B 800m in a time of 2.02.35 and Saskia Huxham came 3rd in the U17W 800m in 2.14.28.