(2) SURREY COUNTY 10 MILE ROAD WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP, EAST SHEEN, 21ST APRIL 1925
The Surrey County Ten Miles Road Walking championship was held over a two-lap course at East Sheen on Saturday. Seven clubs entered teams - one more than last year - but Surrey AC failed to supply a full contingent - only three of their representatives turning out. These, however competed as individual competitors, and a total of 53 walkers lined up.
Gordon Reginald Goodwin, the holder, experienced little difficulty in leading the field. At the half distance the champion led by 200yds in. 40m. 56sec., with F. E. Clark and Wally Croft second. Travelling in faultless style, Goodwin in the next lap went further ahead, but easing up towards the finish, eventually won by about 160yds from Clark.
Surrey Walking Club retained the team honours. Belgrave Harriers, who were without the assistance of R D McMullen, owing to illness, again being runners up.
(3) SURREY COUNTY MENS TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, BATTERSEA PARK, 6TH JUNE 1925
The SCAAA Championships were held at Battersea Park with events for Seniors and Youths. We do not have a complete set of results and, as was usual at the time, for track events times were only recorded for the winners of each race.
(5) CAU (MEN) INTER-COUNTY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, STAMFORD BRIDGE, 22ND AUGUST 1925
The CAU meeting consisted of relays and team events for both track and field events. Therefore, for example, in the High Jump each county had three competitors and their 3 best jumps were added together to determine the county's performance.