Chiltern had three athletes taking part in the BMC 800m, but there were also some excellent races in the other elements of the evening to watch.
Senior James McCarthy was in a high-quality BMC A race, won by world championship finalist Kyle Langford. James ran well to log 1.52.40. U23 Will Perkin was in the B race and ran a good season’s best of 1.53.74. U20 Cameron Reid has been focusing on track preparation and looked good in winning the D race in an overall PB of 1.56.18.
The fastest 3000m featured Charlie Grice running 7.58, and the Aya Falola Mile was won by Elliot Giles in 3.59.
Richard Slade (144th in the Men’s A race), Harry Cox (93rd in the Men’s B race), and Lizzie Barracough (271st in the Women’s Race) were taking part for Bath University, Cambridge University, and the University of East Anglia respectively.
This huge and high quality event featured 301, 522, and 619 finishers in each race respectively.