Results: 2017 England Athletics U17/U20 Indoor Championships

Sheffield EIS, 25-26 February 2017.

U20 Women:
1. Abazz Shayam-Smith (Birchfield Harriers) 11.79m (PB)
2. Shona Ross (Kilbarchan) 11.71m
3. Kara Dobbie (Glasgow School of Sport) 11.14m
4. Emily Madden Forman (Stratford-upon-Avon) 11.01m
5. Alicia Vermeulen (Stockport) 10.89m (PB)
6. Sophie Bishop (City of Norwich) 10.57m

U17 Women:
1. Eloise Harvey (Dartford) 12.02m (British U17 Indoor Record)
2. Jazz Sears (Luton) 11.78m
3. Libby Wheeler (Kingston upon Hull) 11.41m
4. Iris Oliarnyk (Halesowen) 11.36m (PB)
5. Cara Fairgrieve (Shettleston) 11.15m (PB)
6. Karina Harris (Blackheath & Bromley) 11.12m
7. Katie Shingler (Wigan & District) 11.06m
8. Megan Penfold (Orion) 10.81m (PB)
9. Grace Plater (Leeds City) 10.75m
10. Katie Waterworth (Stockport) 10.74m
11. Emily Jarad (Stockport) 10.66m
12. Holly Griffiths-Brown (Radley) 10.65m
13. Kendrea Nwaelene (Thurrock) 10.41m
14. Morgan Findlay (Glasgow School of Sport) 10.36m

Eloise Harvey added 1cm to to British U17 Indoor Record, previously held by Emily Parker since 2001, and added 47cm to her PB going into the competition as she leapt 12.02m to take gold in Sheffield.

U20 Men:
1. Jude Bright-Davies (Thames Valley Harriers) 15.29m
2. Teepee Princewill (Harrow) 15.16m (PB)
3. Osaze Aghedo (Swansea) 14.97m
4. Wesley Matsuka-Williams (City of Norwich) 14.68m
5. Emmanuel Odubanjo (Sale Harriers) 14.47m
6. Aidan Quinn (Shettleston) 14.40m
7. Jordan Hoang (Tullamore Harriers) 14.39m
8. Jamil Hassan (Marshall Milton Keynes) 14.05m
9. Thomas Walley (Wrexham) 13.87m
10. Jospeh Gilkes (Coventry) 13.75m
11. Ed Barbour (Amber Valley) 13.24m

U17 Men:
1. Josh Woods (Dacorum & Tring) 13.00m
2. Finlay Campbell (Wigan & District) 12.23m
3. Israel Ospina (Croydon Harriers) 12.22m

Written by iTripleJump

A Triple Jumper for over 35 years - from an over-hopping junior to a county-level senior - I still enjoy jumping in national and international Masters competitions in the event that has gripped me since my first hop, step and jump onto a springless PE mat. Waiting for that perfect jump. That one perfect jump ...

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