Senior Women: -
Carolyne Baxter (Guildford & Godalming), Laura Boehm (Clapham Chasers), Georgie Bruinvels (Aldershot Farnham & District), Hayley Cargill (Walton), Madeleine Garner (Stragglers), Laura Gent (Aldershot Farnham & District), Alice Germana (South London Harriers), Claire Grima (Hercules Wimbledon), Sarah Grover (Herne Hill Harriers), Eliza Hawthorn (Stragglers), Stephanie Hewitt (Belgrave Harriers), Sarah Holt (Stragglers), Hannah Knights (Guildford & Godalming), Naomi Lenane (Epsom & Ewell Harriers), Grace Leyland (Herne Hill Harriers), Sam Ludlow Taylor (Guildford & Godalming), Sue McDonald (South London Harriers), Suzannah Monk (Guildford & Godalming), Hannah Morris (Dorking & Mole Valley), Paula Rutherfoord (Ful on Tri), Gill Sanders (Ranelagh Harriers), Natalie Seymour (Thames Hare & Hounds), Jo Vickers (South London Harriers), Julia Wedmore (Herne Hill Harriers), Emily Wicks (Aldershot Farnham & District).
Under-13 Boys:- Daniel Orbell (AFD), Thomas Holland (Epsom and Ewell), Harvey O’Shea (Epsom and Ewell), Josh Cass (Guildford), Edward Wilson (Guildford), Sam Dyson (Hercules Wimbledon), George Macklin (Hercules Wimbledon), Caspain Holmes (HHH), Dylan Gillies (HHH), Lucas Heath (HHH), Jack Mclennan (HHH), Harry Klein (Optima racing team), Max Orchard (Reigate), Buddy Kedgley (Reigate), Ewan Sone (South London) & William Weyham (South London).
Under-15 Boys:- Kyron-Bailee Burke (Croydon), Elliott Manning (Epsom and Ewell), Daniel Simpson (Epsom and Ewell), Fabien Whitelock (HHH), Joshua Lee Baum (HHH), Oak Buchan (HHH), Joseph Hunt (Holland sport), Jacob Hunt (Holland sport), Luke Danby (Holland sport), Euan Willis (Reigate), Sam Rolaston (Reigate), Samuel Stapley (Reigate), Tom Harmer (South London), Freddie Lett (Straggiers), Alex Lennon (Sutton) & Rafferty Haigh (Sutton).
Under-17 Men:- James Dargan (AFD), Conrad Norman (SLH), Jacob Taylor (SLH), Matthew Pickering (SLH), Oliver Emment (WSEH), Sam Nesbitt (WSEH), Martin Sunderland (Woking), James Winship (Bracknell), Ted Enser (Bracknell), Daniel Slaven (E&E), Oscar Curry (Reigate), Connor Foley (K&P), Will Taylor (HW), Josh Purton (Walton), George Pittwood (Walton) & Stephen Smith (Walton).
We regret that Surrey cannot lend county vests for the event in December at Lloyd Park to any of the athletes because of Covid-19 restrictions. There are vests available to buy from the Surrey Shop.
SCAA SPORTSHALL, GUILDFORD SPECTRUM, 21ST NOVEMBER 2021
Guildford & Godalming AC
Joint winners: Ryan Smith (Waverley) & Zico Blake (HHH)
Elise Christian (GGAC)
Joint winners: Jamie Vacher (Waverley) & Harrison Taylor (CADAC)
The team of statisticians comprising Sirkka Kirkby, Sarah Pye, Jess Wilson, Ashley Burridge and Keith Burchell have completed their task of producing ranking lists of Surrey athletes in the ten age groups for the standard events. If you think we are missing some performances then please send us an email as soon as possible.
SURREY MASTERS CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, NONSUCH PARK, 9TH OCTOBER 2021
Please note that some Combined Event scores were revised on 3rd October - this did not affect the finishing positions of the athletes.
In the Combined Events as far as the two counties (Surrey & Sussex) are concerned we are holding 2 separate County Championships plus an Open Event to allow guest competitors to participate. On this website we show the results of the Surrey County Championships events. Power of Ten, however, for national ranking purposes consider there to have been a single joint event. In certain circumstances this can lead to a difference between what we show as the Surrey performances and what Power of Ten show as the joint event performances.
DIANA NORMAN BREAKS WORLD RECORD Diana Norman's (Epsom & Ewell) score in the Masters Women Pentathlon beat the current World Masters W45 Pentathlon record.
Barbara Lawton has passed away peacefully at home on 3rd September aged 71 following a long illness. She was Britain's leading High Jumper in the 1970s winning the Commonwealth Games title in 1974 (Christchurch); was 2nd equal in the 1971 European Champiomships (Helsinki) and was 4th in the 1972 Olympic Games (Munich). Her Surrey Profile shows that she represented Surrey in inter-county fixtures from 1964 through to 1974. Barbara was a member of Aldershot, Farnham & District AC and married Carl Lawton, the Belgrave International walker. We extend our condolences to AFD and to Carl and his family.
EA U17 & U15 COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS, SPORTCITY, MANCHESTER, 28TH - 29TH AUGUST 2021
Congratulations to Arabella Wilson (Winchester & District AC) on her victory in the U15G Hexathlon (75mH, LJ, JT, SP, HJ, 800m).
SURREY COUNTY RECORD SENIOR WOMEN HAMMER, 28TH AUGUST 2021
Competing in the National Athletics League meeting held at Eton on the the 28th August 2021 Pippa Wingate (Thames Valley Harriers) set a new record for the Senior Women 4kg Hammer with a throw of 64.06m. 10:50.01. This was an improvement on the previous record of 63.13m which she set in July 2019.
SURREY COUNTY RECORD UNDER-20 WOMEN 3000M STEEPLECHASE, 18TH AUGUST 2021
Running in the Manchester International meeting held at Sportcity on the the 18th August 2021 Martha Collings (Woking AC) set the inaugral record for the U20 Women 3000m Steeplechase when finishing 3rd in a time of 10:50.01.
EA U17 & U15 TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, SPORTCITY, MANCHESTER, 7TH - 8TH AUGUST 2021
Congratulations to Victoria Alicante-King (HHH, U15G Shot), Alexander Abebrese (HHH, U15B Shot) and Noah Ridgeon (Sutton & District, U15B 300m) on their victories. Surrey athletes also gained 5 silver medals and 5 bronze medals.
SURREY COUNTY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, 31ST JULY & 1ST AUGUST 2021
The results have now been included in the database so that existing profiles will have been updated to include the weekend's performances. Profiles for those participants who do not have one already will be created this week. All performances will be incorporated in the Surrey rankings by the end of Wednesday.
FRIDAY, 30TH JULY: Lawrence Okoye failed to make a valid mark in the Discus qualifying round so he did not qualify for the final.
SATURDAY, 30TH JULY: Jessie Knight fell whilst approaching the first hurdle and did not finish in heat 3 of the 400m Hurdles.
MONDAY, 2ND AUGUST: Katie Snowden was 6th in heat 3 of the 1500m with a personal best time of 4:02.77 to automatically qualify for the semi-finals.
WEDNESDAY, 4TH AUGUST: Katie Snowden finished 9th in the first semi-final of the 1500m with a time of 4:02.93.
THURSDAY, 5TH AUGUST: Morgan Lake cleared 1.95m in Pool B of the High Jump to qualify for Saturday's final. Imani Lansiquot ran the second leg in 4x100m for team which won heat 1 in a time of 41.55 which was a National Record.
FRIDAY, 6TH AUGUST: Imani Lansiquot ran the second leg in 4x100m for team which won the bronze medal in a time of 41.88.
SATURDAY, 7TH AUGUST: Morgan Lake did not take part in the High Jump final following an injury sustained in the qualifying round.
We also congratulate Phoebe Anderson (HHH) on her selection for the 5000m. She has been eligible to compete in Surrey championships since October last year but has been unable to do so because of the COVID restrictions.
15TH (Thursday): Will Barnicoat was 2nd in the first heat of the 3000m in 8:25.62 to automatically qualify for Saturday's final.
16TH (Friday): In the 100m Hurdles Mallory Cluley ran 13.88/+3.1 in heat 5 of 5 to qualify for the semi-finals in 5th place. In semi-final 2 of 3 she was 7th in 13.95/+0.3. In the 200m heats Derek Kinlock ran in heat 3 of 3 and finished 3rd in 21.04/+1.2 to qualify for Saturday's semi-finals.
17TH (Saturday): In the 200m Derek Kinlock set personal bests when winning both the second semi-final in 20.97/-0.5 and the final in 20.72/+0.7. In the 3000m final Will Barnicoat was 5th in 8:20.36.
18TH (Sunday): In the 5000M A FINAL Phoebe Anderson was 7th in 16:43.35 and Ellen Weir was 12th in 17:06.95.
England Athletics has confirmed that the new restrictions announced by the Government on 22nd September 2020 do not affect OUTDOOR activities but they do affect INDOOR activities in our sport. See EA Guidance Update dated 23 September 2020 for details.
England Athletics has confirmed that the new restrictions announced by the Government on 9th September 2020 do NOT apply to those activities in our sport that have previously been approved. For the latest on Coronavirus go to EA update issued on 10th September 2020/.
SEAA COMPETITION LIMITED have issued a further update on 2nd November 2020.
The previous update was issued on 17th July 2020.
Before that an update was issued on 6th July 2020 which updated the statement below dated 1st May 2020:-
SEAA Competition Limited is working with England Athletics to reschedule individual championships if possible. As a result, we will be postponing the U20/Senior Championships that are scheduled to be held at the end of June. The U13/15 and U17 Championships are under review and further information will be posted in due course.
The All Age Group Combined Events Championships scheduled for July and the U15/17 Inter Counties Championships scheduled for September have been cancelled.
SEAA Competition are still working on providing a full Indoor, Cross Country and Road Running season if circumstances permit.
John Gandee - SEAA Competition Chairman
CORONAVIRUS / COVID 19 - Surrey County AA has been monitoring the Coronavirus situation very closely and unfortunately we will have to postpone the Awards Evening scheduled for 3rd April. We hope to hold the evening later in the year, and as soon as we have a date we will be in contact again. The AGM and Executive Meeting scheduled for 27th March have been postponed. We hope to find a new date later in the year.
Our Endurance Officials Secretary, David Clarke has issued the following on 25th September 2020:-
1. England Athletics will not issue permits for any XC events until some ‘COVID secure’ test events have been completed. So no events will be possible in October and the season will start in November at the very earliest.
2. Because of social distancing, current guidance does not allow “massed starts”. So if events do go ahead they may have to be on a time trial basis.
3. Even if we resolve these two issues it is proving extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get permission from the land owners to hold XC events because of COVID fears.
THE ATHLETICS MUSEUM - Click here for information regarding a project that all athletic clubs are invited to join.
REQUESTS FOR PAYMENT FROM SURREY ATHLETICS OFFICIALS - We have noticed recent requests for payment of monies in emails which appear to have been sent by an SCAA official. These are not genuine and should be ignored and certainly not replied to. It is not the practice of SCAA officials to request payment from individuals using a Surrey Athletics email address. The Surrey Athletics email addresses have been created to allow the athletics community to communicate with appropriate SCAA officials and are published on our website to facilitate this. Unfortunately, we are not able to stop unauthorised people sending emails that give the impression that they have been sent from an SCAA official. In general, scepticism is a good reaction to any such requests for money.NATIONAL UNION OF TRACK STATISICIANS (NUTS) - NUTS is due to open its athletics archive/museum later this year at Coombe Wood School, Melville Avenue, Croydon CR2 7NY. They are on the lookout for donations and or loans of the following:-
(1) Books; (2) Programmes; (3) Photos; (4) Trophies; (5) Medals; (6) Club Badges & Vests (including clubs that no longer exist); (7) Old or Olympic kit; (8) Unwanted stopwatches (Do not have to work); (9) Documents; (10) Old running shoes, any pre-war would be wonderful. especially Laws, Fosters etc; (11) Other relevant items suitable for display or reference. Should you have any of the above that you would like them to consider, please contact Mike Fleet 020 8647 1341 or email email@example.com. SURREY COUNTY ATHLETICS HISTORICAL INFORMATION - CAN YOU HELP? - Keith Burchell currently holds the archives for the Surrey County AAA and Surrey County WAAA. These are far from being complete. If you have any past information such as programmes, committee minutes, championship results etc that you are thinking of disposing then please contact Keith Burchell. In particular, sets of County Championship results prior to 1980 are sought.
RESPECT TO OUR TEAM MANAGERS
Surrey County Athletic Association does not accept or condone the use of offensive behaviour towards or abuse or bullying of team managers under any circumstances. Team managers are all volunteers and make their decisions on the basis of information available to them. While not everyone is likely to agree with all of their decisions they must respect them and all the hours of work and agonising that go into the difficult task these team managers carry out in the interests of encouraging athletics in the county.
CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG
England Athletics is publicising this charity.
CRY is a charity that was established to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to the sudden cardiac death of young people. They operate a screening programme at a number of clinics around the UK and support this with mobile units that travel to other locations.
Full information about CRY and their services can be found on their website at www.c-r-y.org.uk. Young people between the age of 14 and 35 who would like to have cardiac testing can go to www.testmyheart.org.
You can also see www.uka.org.uk/governance/health-safety/cardiac-screening-for-athletes/ for information on work being done by UKA in this area.
Following the death of a young member of Croydon Harriers, Mike Fleet has been promoting this charity for several years and anyone wishing to have copies of his photographs has been asked to make a donation to CRY. Further, he has been exchanging for donations bookmarks signed by famous athletes to raise funds for this charity. We thank those of you who have shown your support in the past.
FORMS FOR PHOTO-FINISH, RACE CLOCK & RADIOS
SCAA has (a) photo finish, (b) a race clock and (c)
radios for hire. You can download forms to book either the race clock or
the radios by clicking on the buttons below. The forms come in either MS
Word or Adobe PDF format. Please note that there are two different forms
for the photo finish - one for organisations affiliated to SCAA and one
for other organisations.