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Club Achievements 2017

NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS - LONDON

WSEH INDOOR OPEN MEETING at TVAC
The WSEH Indoor Meeting at the Thames Valley Athletics Centre gained international recognition with the appearance of two top Portugese sprinters who contested the 60m.The meeting was further enhanced by the appearance of top UK sprinter Dina Asher–Smith, who not surprisingly was the top female athlete on display.
There was good support for the meeting from WSEH athletes and they were rewarded with several personal bests.

UK Indoor Championship – Birmingham
WSEH Athletes were well to the fore at the UK Indoor Championships at Birmingham over the weekend emerging with four National Champions. The WSEH women were particularly dominant. Megan Marrs won the 60m Hurdles in 8.16secs. In the same event Stephanie Clitheroe was 3rd in her Heat in 8.56secs, with Amber Leigh Hall 4th in 8.83secs.
Shelayna Oskan-Clarke raised her growing reputation another notch by winning the 800m in 2m00.6 with Leah Barrow also making the Final and finishing 5th in 2m05.63.

SOUTH OF ENGLAND CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSIPE - STANMER PARK, BRIGHTON – SAT JAN 27th
Following their successes in the early season Southern Cross Country Relays, there were high hopes of repeat performances in the Southern Cross Country team and individual championships at Stanmer Park Brighton on Saturday. The hopes materialised with team golds, team silvers and an individual silver medal.

South of England Indoor Championships
WSEH AC athletes were amongst the medal winners at the South of England Indoor Championships at the Lea Valley Stadium last week.
The WSEH Pole Vaulters that were on form. Euan Bryden won the Senior Mens Pole Vault with an excellent 5m00 clearance. Jasmine Presho was the silver medallist in the U20 Ladies event with her pb equalling 3m20. Veteran Pole Vaulter Chris Mills was also in the action finishing 8th with 4m00.

WSEH Indoor Open Meeting
The second in the series of WSEH AC Winter Indoor Open Meetings attracted some 200 athletes from as far afield as Manchester and Southampton.

WSEH were prominent in the various track and field events