Blues skies and a still day made for pleasant conditions. Only slightly chilly temperatures prevented conditions being ideal.
Further medals were won by Alex Burn (U15 boys 300m – silver, 100m - bronze), Alex Aldred (U15 boys 300m – bronze), Eleanor Mayhew (U13 girls 75m – silver, 150m - silver), Felix Hale (U15 boys 100m – silver, long jump - silver), James Spicer (U13 boys 200m – bronze, long jump - bronze), Olivia Scarles (U15 girls 200m – bronze), Holly Henderson (U13 girls 1200m – silver), Zach Rahaman (U13 boys 1500m – silver), Carys Arnold (U13 girls javelin – bronze), Millie Hughes (U15 girls javelin – silver), William Shield (U13 boys javelin - silver, shot - silver), Phoenix Everiss (U15 boys javelin – silver, discus - silver)), Holly Martin (U15 girls high jump – bronze), Harry Brandon (U15 boys high jump –silver, long jump – bronze), Kristian Everiss (U15 boys high jump – bronze), Christian Grint (U15 boys shot –silver), Finbar Blount (U15 boys shot – bronze).
Also gaining valuable experience were U13s Alice Brown, Alicia Bushell, Charlotte Hilton, William Mayhew, Woody Jackson, Teague Eaton, Matt Aldred and Harry Vintner and U15s Sophie Webb, Isobel Swann, Katie Dyer, Ollie Ayres, Harry Tack, Robert Orr, Ethan Hague, Edward Watson and Joe Day.
Those in school years 5, and in years 3 and 4 took part in Quadkids competitions. There was success for Katie West (third U11 girls) and it was first and third for Chiltern in the U9 competition with gold for Frankie Baxter, and bronze for Lesedi Nkoane. Monty Sanders was second in the Year 5 boys event and Max Baxter was also second in the Year 3 and 4 boys competition.
Other Chiltern athletes gaining experience in the Quadkids competitions were U11s Maddie Hughes, Hannah Ashby, Gabrielle Riley, Sophia Hilton and Ellie Shield; and U9s Lily-Ann Webb, Chloe Henderson, and Alex Hughes.