First year Under 13 Laura Williams made her debut over the distance and ran an impressive 5.25.67. Vet 50 Andrew Stewart, after already running a 15.67 100m, ran a season’s best 5.37.74. Under 13 Joe Day ran a PB of 5.48.46 and U13 Millie Hughes also ran PB figures with 5.52.70.
Alex Aldred (U13) was just off his best in 5.12.57. Under 17 Maddy Lacey ran a PB of 5.23.44, and Beth Welham (U15) and Jess Orr (U17) were close behind, running season’s bests of 5.27.01 and 5.27.22 respectively.
Under 13 Nathan Hackley gained a PB of 5.02.63, Vet 40 Ali Young ran close to her PB with 5.04.95 and Orla Fawcett ran a season’s best of 5.16.85.
Tom Hunter continued the pattern of strong U13 performances with a PB of 5.02.47. Under 17 women Emily Bannister with 5.04.99 and Hannah Thear with 5.12.82 ran season’s bests.
Vet 45 Nick Hughes ran a PB of 4.39.54 to win a competitive Race 6. Under 13 Angus Williams ran a PB of 4.47.61 and U17 Scarlett Wager-Leigh ran a season’s best of 4.52.32.
Richard Slade (U17) achieved a PB of 4.42.13 with Cameron Reid (U15) fading after a fast start to 4.46.01, a little away from his best.
U20 Jonty Wager-Leigh had to run from the front in Race 9 and posted a solid 4.14.01.
Another Chiltern win followed in this one with Allan Stewart achieving a PB of 4.05.16. Allan had previous recorded a sharp 11.88 in the 100m, also a PB.
Finally U17 Will Perkin logged a PB of 9.03.57 in the final 3000m race of the evening.