Club Achievements 2017

At Geneva, Switzerland on 2nd June 2012, Lawrence Clarke smashed his existing 110m Hurdles Club record to register a time of 13.33 secs to send him to the top of the UK Rankings.

The WSEH AC Young Athletes Team further enhanced their chances of a place in the National Finals in Manchester in September with a emphatic win in the 2nd of their National Young Athletes League Southern Premier matches at Reading on Sunday.

Match result:

WSEH AC 920pts
Reading AC 833
Southampton AC 795
Winchester AC 642
Team Dorset 547
Bracknell AC 537

A couple of disqualifications, including the sprint relay, cost the WSEH AC Mens B team the match in their Southern Mens League Division 1 match at Bedford on Saturday

Match result:

Bedford & County AC 112pts
WSEH AC ‘B’ 95
South London Harriers 70
Dartford Harriers 63

WSEH AC athletes were in action at various County Championships over the weekend emerging with no fewer than 56 champions at the current count but with more results yet to be published, the number could top 60..There were also 6 new County Championship records set.

Berks AA Championships – TVAC Eton
21 County titles were gained in the Berks AA Championships at Eton with new County Records being set by Ashley Fry in the U20 400m Hurdles in 53.2secs, Georgie Lamothe in the U20 100m in 12.2 secs and Joey Watson in the U17 Shot with 14m32.

As part of the test competitions currently being staged at the Olympic Stadium, several of WSEH’s top young athletes were given the chance to compete in front of 30,000 spectators for the midweek UK School Games. Relishing the experience of a lifetime they rose to the occasion with some top class performances. Alex Walker set a new WSEH Club record in taking gold in the 100m hurdles in 13.18secs.WSEH athletes took gold and silver in the Long Jump, Morgan Lake winning with 5.80m just ahead of training partner Celia Quansah who jumped 5.61m.

WSEH’s Lawrence Clarke achieved the Olympic qualifying mark in the 110m Hurdles in the British Universities Championships at the Olympic Park over the weekend with a time of 13.50 secs – inside the standard of 13.52 secs