It may seem that the girls dont understand the podium. Isla Ellis (Leamington Athletics Academy) is on the top step. Ada Masson (Solihull and Small Heath) and Isla Hinton (Leamington Athletics Academy) are sharing the second step because they tied on 191 points. Well done girls.
The Under 11 Boys track and field champs was held at Leamington on 25th August. The picture shows three very happy boys holding their medals. 1st Oliver Knight (BRAT), 2nd Jayden Bailey (RSCAC) and 3rd Benjamin Fernandez (Stratford). Well done boys. Results available on Championship results pages
The photo shows Gemma Knight and Isabelle Knight who are mother and daughter and both members of Rugby &Northampton AC. Gemma recorded a County age group record in the 200m but, not to be outdone, Isabelle recorded three grade 1 performance two of which are County records. Isabelle is one of the age group best performance winners.
After the Warwickshire County Track and Field Championships, we look at all of the performances to determine the winners of some awards. As you can imagine, it can be quite difficult to compare performances across different events and different age groups so a big thank you to Bob Carey (Trophies Secretary) and his team for their efforts and deliberations.
An award is given to the best performance in each age group. These are :-
SenW Emily Madden Forman Stratford Upon Avon A.C. High Jump 1.76
U20W Madeleine Whapples Solihull and Small Heath A.C. 200m 24.34
U17W Grace Pollard Rugby and Northampton A.C. Discus 34.35
U15G Camiah Bennett Coventry Godiva Harriers 300m 41.17
U13G Isabelle Knight Rugby and Northampton A.C. 200m 26.76
SenM Rory Dwyer Stratford Upon Avon A.C. High Jump 2.10
U20M Jai Sispal Leamington C&AC 800m 1:52.02
U17M Rusciano Thomas-Riley Coventry Godiva Harriers 100m 10.85
U15B No award
U13B Alistair Crossley Leamington C&AC Javelin 33.43
From those, the best overall is awarded the Jack Hartley Trophy and this year it goes to Madeleine Whapples of Solihull and Small Heath AC
The Coronation Cup is awarded for the best performance with an endurance element and this year it goes to Jai Sispal of Leamington C&AC
The Warwick Vase for the best Club overall at the Championships has already been awarded. To recap, it was won this year by Stratford Upon Avon AC for the fifth Championship running.
A big well done to all of those listed above. We will be in touch with your trophies as soon as we can.
That is all for this years championships – but –
Dont forget the U11 (Quadkids) Champs on 25th August
Dont forget the Open Graded Meeting on 26th August.
Watch out for news of the next Cross Country Championships at Newbold Revell on Saturday 8th January 2022.