Har­ri­ers smash their PBs in Bri­tish Mil­ers’ Clas­sic meet­ing

Hun­dreds of ath­letes com­pete at Mil­ton Keynes with the Chiltern club es­pe­cially strong at 800m

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2.14.97, but Oliver Jack­son (U17), with 2.16.12, and Nathan Hack­ley (U13) with 2.19.05, both got new bests.

The women’s C race saw Scar­lett Wa­ger Leigh (U17) fin­ish sec­ond with a sea­son’s best of 2.17.59, while in the E race So­raya Lock­wood (U15) shat­tered her pre­vi­ous best by al­most five se­conds, win­ning with a great turn of pace over the last 200m to clock 2.26.75.

There were also sev­eral mixed races, with Han­nah Thear (U20) hav­ing a solid run of 2.24.20 in the B race, while Sandie Pohlman (U15) main­tained her good re­cent form to record a new best of 2.26.42 in the D race.

In the 1500m races, Orla Wil­liams (U13) was com­pet­ing against girls sev­eral years her se­nior in the women’s D race, but ran ex­cel­lently to be fourth and record a new best of 4.55.51, putting her fifth in the na­tional U13 rank­ings.

Her brother An­gus Wil­liams (U15) ran in the men’s E race and took three se­conds off his best to log 4.22.31, less than half a sec­ond away from the English Schools qual­i­fy­ing time, while Will Brown (U17), with 4.42.65 ran well in the F and twin Ge­orge Brown won the G in a new best of 4.41.96.

Chiltern Har­ri­ers’ Seb Mills, Jake Alder­son and Cameron Reid at the BMC meet­ing in Mil­ton Keynes

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