Barclaycard Arena Birmingham, 11-12 February 2017.
1. Sophie Worrall (Wolverhampton & Bilston) 11.33m
2. Beth Mortiboy (Notts) 11.22m
3. Lydia Rogers (Swindon) 10.84m (PB)
4. Freya See (Windsor Slouth Eton & Hounslow) 10.72m
Sophie Worrall completed a Long Jump (5.28m) and Triple Jump double at the Midland Championships just 13cm down on her TJ PB and pipping Beth Mortoboy by 11cm. In the battle for bronze Lydia Rogers added 38cm to her PB to take the podium spot by just 12cm ahead of Freya See.
1. Abazz Shayam-Smith (Birchfield Harriers) 11.56m
2. Emily Madden Forman (Stratford-upon-Avon) 11.23m
3. Samantha Barrett (Bristol & West) 10.99m (PB)
Abazz Shayam-Smith also completed a Long Jump (5.40m) and Triple Jump double, just down on her 11.64m PB from last summer’s Results: England Athletics U15/U17 Championships. Emily Madden Forman took silver with 11.23m ahead of Samantha Barrett who added 19cm to her PB with 10.99m.
1. Iris Oliarnyk (Halesowen) 10.77m (PB)
2. Jasmine Lovell (Birchfield Harriers) 10.17m
3. Natasha Futter (City of Stoke) 9.82m (PB)
Multi-athlete Iris Oliarnyk also completed a Long Jump (5.23m) and Triple Jump double, as well as taking silver in the Shot Putt (12.31m). Her TJ was a new PB by 13cm with 10.77m, clear of Jasmine Lovell’s 10.17m and Natasha Futter taking bronze with a new lieftime best of 9.82m
1. Mitchell Kirby (Leicester) 14.16m
2. Jake Parmenter (North Devon) 13.15m
Leicester’s Mitchell Kirby took gold by over a metre with 14.16m, less than a foot under his PB of 14.16m, ahead of Jake Parmenter’s 13.15m.
1. Ed Barbour (Amber Valley) 13.37m
2. Joseph Gilkes (Coventry) 13.37m
3. James Milburn (Kidderminster & Stourport) 13.00m
4. Jack Joynson (Yate) 12.88m
5. David Allcock (Sutton-in-Ashfield) 12.49m
6. Matthew Yates (Bridgnorth) 12.35m
7. Tyler Bunsie (Wolverhampton & Bilston) 11.76m
8. Dexter Deaville (Amber Valley) 11.18m
9. Brendan Connolly (Amber Valley) 11.07m
Gold was decided on countback as reigning outdoor champion, Ed Barbour, and Joseph Gilkes each reached out to 13.37m with their best jumps of the day. James Milburn won the battle for bronze just 12cm ahead of Jack Joynson.
1. Nabhi Odeh (Leicester) 11.79m (PB)
2. Ethan Court (Wolverhampton & Bilston) 10.77m (PB)
3. Jacob Booth (City of Stoke) 10.74m (PB)
There were PBs aplenty in the Boys U15 competition with Nabhi Odeh dominating to win by over a metre with 11.79m. Just 3cm separated silver and bronze with Ethan Court adding 17cm to his lifetime best with 10.77m ahead of Jacob Booth’s 10.74m, a 26cm improvement on his PB.