Havant Open


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A big thank you to all helpers and officials at todays Open Meeting.  We were blessed with good weather and a very good entry.  Thanks also to all athletes who entered, some having travelled some distance, we appreciate your support.

Full details are now available on the RESULTS page.

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Final SAL Match

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A great team effort for our final SAL match where we finished in second place behind promotion candidates Brighton.

Three Club Records emerged from the days competition.  Katy Temple broke her own Senior Womens and W35 Club Record for javelin, improving on her old record by 23cm.  Simon Gill broke Steve Gallaway’s 1998 M40 Club Record for 2000m steeplechase, knocking 14 seconds off Steve’s record.

Full details available on the RESULTS page.

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Callum Makes English Schools

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Congratulations to Callum Taylor who has been selected to represent Hampshire Schools in Javelin at the English Schools Track and Field Championships.  Callum came second in the Schools Inter Counties competiton held at Crawley with a very impressive throw of 45.83m, smashing his PB and his own Club Record by almost three and a half metres.

We wish Callum every success at these Championships which this year will bed held in Birmingham.

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Callum Extends His Club Record

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Callum Taylor extended his own Club Record for U15B Javlein with a throw of 42.39m at the Hampshire Schools Championships in Basingstoke, Callum also won the event.  Personal bests were also recorded by Kieran Flynn (TJ 11:59), James Kelly (DT 31.0) and two PBs from Ewan Maxwell (SP 11.01, DT 26.72).  There were also good performances from Ruby Dale in the 100m and Amber Faull in the 1500m.

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