Nearly 100 medals gathered at Bucks County Champs

Marshall Milton Keynes athletes won no less than 97 medals at the annual Buckinghamshire County Championships, held at Oxford in conjunction with the Oxfordshire Championships.

Tuesday, 17th May 2016, 11:37 am
Updated Tuesday, 17th May 2016, 12:40 pm
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This total included 33 gold, 31 silver and 23 bronze medals.

Five Championship best performances were set of which two came in the hammer throwing, Kayleigh Presswell won the senior ladies event with 55.19m which also was broke her club record by 52cm.

James Ericsson-Nicholls won the under 15 boys with 46.76m. Charles Wheeler beat his twin brother George to win the under 20 men’s 3000m clocking 9.06.29.

Alex Brent

Over the same distance Montana Edghill won the under 15 girls race in 10.46.31. Sade Ross won the under 17 ladies shot throwing 12.56m

Through the age group groups two golds came from the under 13 boys with Alex Brent winning the 800mm (2.30.51) and Pemiwa Aderoju the shot with 6.88m.

Five golds came from the under 13 girls. Lateefah Agberemi won two – 70mHurdles (12.60) and long jump (4.33m). Moyin Oduyemi won the 100m (13.53), Charlotte Underwood the 800m (2.27.05) and Lara Moffatt threw the shot 7.39m.

In the under 15age group Ethan Wiltshire won the boys 100m (11.71) and Ben Stacey the 80m hurdles (13.30) whilst for the girls there was a win for Jasmine Trapnell in the hammer throwing a personal best of 38.72m. Moving up to the under 17 age group Maxwell Brown won the 100m (11.12), Alfie Yabsley the 1500m(4.13.50) and Robert Lewis the high jump(1.70m). For the ladies golds came from Tia Morris in the 100m (12.70), Ite Aderoju won the triple jump (9.94m), Tia Margan the long jump (4.69m). and Georgia Flawn-Thomas in the 3000m

Alex Brent

The under 20 ladies were the most successful age group with five victories. Ebony Carr produced a sprint double winning 100m (12.38) and the 200m (24.80), Lizzie Adam won the 400m (60.29), Sophie Botham took the 1500m (4.56.92) and Anna Jankowiak the 400m hurdles (75.59).

For the under 20 men there were field event golds from Jonathan Pownall in the javelin (53.58m) and Jamil Hassan in the triple jump (13.34m).

Finally for the seniors Elle Roche won the 1500m (4.47.23) and Corinne Nurse the 400m(65.35) whilst in the mens events Daniel Oderinde won the 100m (10.92) and Steve Tuttle the 3000m (9.16.95). Aaron Adom was a close runner-up in both sprints, in the 200m he was given the same time as the winner (22.10) and ran 11.10 behind Daniel in the 100m.