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NEWS HEADLINES FROM 1966 (in date order) Page 1 of 2:-

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(1) SURREY MENS (SM/JM/YOUTHS) CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON, 1ST JANUARY 1966

TOP 20 FINISHERS IN SM. ALL FINISHERS IN JM & YOUTHS.

(2) SOUTHERN WOMENS INTER-COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, HOO, 8TH JANUARY 1966

PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES & TEAM RESULTS.

(3) CAU MENS INTER-COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, BLACKPOOL, 15TH JANUARY 1966

PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES & TEAM RESULTS.

(4) WAAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, COSFORD, 12TH FEBRUARY 1966

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

(5) SURREY BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, MORDEN PARK, 19TH FEBRUARY 1966

FULL RESULTS.

(6) AAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, COSFORD, 25TH/26TH FEBRUARY 1966

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

(7) SURREY 10 MILES ROAD WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP, WIMBLEDON, 26TH FEBRUARY 1966

FIRST 6 FINISHERS.

(8) NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, GRAVES PARK, SHEFFIELD, 5TH MARCH 1966

LEADING PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES.

(9) JUNIOR MEN & YOUTHS INTER-COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, LEICESTER, 12TH MARCH 1966

PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES & TEAM RESULTS. These results are taken from Athletics Weekly (19 March 1966) and only show the first 50 finishers.

(10) WOMENS NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, OXHEY, 12TH MARCH 1966

Pam Davies (Selsonia LAC) retained her National title.

LEADING PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES.

(11) SURREY 7 MILES TRACK WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP, BATTERSEA PARK, 20TH APRIL 1966

RESULTS.

(12) SURREY 20 MILES ROAD WALKING CHAMPIONSHIP, MITCHAM, 30TH APRIL 1966

FIRST 6 FINISHERS.

(13) SURREY COUNTY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS PART 1 (INCLUDING COMBINED EVENTS), WIMBLEDON PARK, 7TH/8TH MAY 1966

RESULTS.

(14) SURREY COUNTY WOMENS TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS PART 2, WIMBLEDON PARK, 14TH MAY 1966

RESULTS.

(15) SURREY COUNTY MENS TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS PART 2, MOTSPUR PARK, 17TH/19TH/21ST MAY 1966

RESULTS.

(16) WAAA CHAMPIONSHIPS, WHITE CITY, LONDON, 1ST/2ND JULY 1966

Anne Smith (Mitcham AC) set a European and UK National record in winning the 880 Yards with a time of 2:04.2. Brenda Bedford (Hercules AC) was another Surrey winner with her Shot Putt of 47ft 7¾in (14.52m).

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

(17) SURREY WOMEN v CIVIL SERVICE v COMBINED SERVICES, MOTSPUR PARK, 7TH JULY 1966

PERFORMANCES BY SURREY ATHLETES & TEAM SCORES.

(18) ESAA (ENGLISH SCHOOLS) CHAMPIONSHIPS, BLACKBURN, 7TH/8TH JULY 1966

Barbara Inkpen (Aldershot & District AC) set a new championship record of 5ft 5in (1.65m) when winning the Inter Girls High Jump. There were further Surrey winners with Maureen Barton (Surrey AC) in the Senior Girls Long Jump and David Marchese (Surrey AC) in the Inter Boys 440 yards. Surrey athletes also won 8 silver medals and 6 bronze medals.

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

(19) AAA CHAMPIONSHIPS, WHITE CITY, LONDON, 8TH/9TH JULY 1966

Laurie Taitt (Herne Hill H) in the 120 yards hurdles and Gordon Miller (South London H) in the High Jump both won silver medals. Dave Travis (Surrey AC) gained a bronze medal in the Javelin.

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

(20) WAAA INTERMEDIATE & JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, WATFORD, 16TH JULY 1966

Barbara-Anne Barrett (Mitcham AC) and Janet Oldall (Woking AC) both won gold and bronze medals. Barbara-Anne won the Junior High Jump and was third in the Long Jump. Similarly, Janet won the Intermediate High Jump and was third in the Long Jump. Surrey athletes won nine medals overall.

SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.

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