Happy Birthday this week to Billy Barber, Jacob Berkeley, Olive Coles, Sebastiano Corbo, Jack Crabtree, Jessica Emery, Louis Flinn, Gerald Fox, Clyde Gordon, Jamie Harper, Michael Harper, Nene Harrison, Dylan Hepworth, Oliver Hocking, Daniel Hoff, Hamza Kadir, Ben Kelly, Ryan Luis, Abigaelle Tombe and Gabe Yawitch
THE FOLLOWING NEWSLETTERS CAN EITHER BE VIEWED, DOWNLOADED OR PRINTED
ENGLAND ATHLETICS NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER ISSUE No.1 –http://www.englandathletics.org/newsletters/newslettertemplate_2014.aspx?sitesectionid=525&nid=525&userId=-1
ENGLAND ATHLETICS NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER ISSUE No.2 – http://www.englandathletics.org/newsletters/newslettertemplate_2014.aspx?sitesectionid=528&nid=528&userId=-1
LONDON ATHLETICS NEWSLETTER JULY ISSUE – http://mailchi.mp/784bfeecad09/london-athletics-newsletter-july?e=56ef28eeab
THE FOLLOWING SBH DOCUMENTS CAN EITHER BE VIEWED, DOWNLOADED OR PRINTED
Winter Fixture Card 2017-2018 – http://sbharriers.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixture-cards/
Winter Information Sheet 2017-2018 – http://sbharriers.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixture-information/
Cross Country Team Managers – http://sbharriers.co.uk/athletics/cross-country/team-managers/
Road Running Team Managers – http://sbharriers.co.uk/athletics/road-running/team-managers/
Winter Points Tables –To Be Updated Following The Metropolitan Fixture on 14 October
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION OF INTEREST CAN BE FOUND ON THE SBH HOME PAGE BY USING THIS LINK, THEN SELECT THE LEFT OR RIGHT ARROW – http://sbharriers.co.uk/
Allianz Park Membership, which gives SBH members 10% discount on entry to the Allianz Park stadium – Membership details and Form can be either printed or saved
SBH Wednesday Night Jumps Club at Allianz Park – Supervised by SUE SMITH and SHAKA BUNSIE from 19.00 to 21.00, session administrator CLYDE GORDON
Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers Club Hoody, information on how to buy one
RECENT NEW MEMBER – We wish you a very warm welcome, and a happy, healthy and successful year to CHARLOTTE BYRNES, ZIALLO GOGUI, YESHAYA KLEIN, LOLA MCCANN-EZEKIEL, LEO MIXIDES, OLIVER MASSINGHAM, NAIAS MORGAN, JESSICA PATRICK, RACHEL PEARLMAN, LOLA SELDRUP and SAMUEL TRAVIS
WINTER SEASON 2017-2018 – The Fixture Card and Information Card was issued to all members by email last Friday. From today they are now on the SBH website, please use the link above to access these. One confirmation just received is the Hertfordshire Cross Country Championships on 7 January, will now be at Watford.
You can also access details of all Cross Country and Road Running Team Managers, by using the link above.
HUGH STARKEY AT 70 – Last Saturday night HUGH and PHYLLIS STARKEY celebrating his upcoming birthday, which was held at Lady Margaret Hall University in Oxford.
Photograph from left to right RICHARD SAMUEL, HUGH STARKEY, JOHN DRYDEN, JULIAN GOATER and HUGH RICHARDS and I believe this amount of talent would make a top class Veterans team.
Both HUGH’S and JULIAN have been members of Shaftesbury for 50 plus years, and JOHN 46 years.
HERTFORDSHIRE AND MIDDLESEX ROAD RELAYS – Took place in Hayes on 10 September
We started the Road Relay season in spectacular fashion, fielding teams in all races. And as the results show below we came away with 2 Hertfordshire and 2 Middlesex team titles. Also in the Under 11 Road Race GIANLEO STUBBS won the Gold Medal.
U11B Road Race – GIANLEO STUBBS won the Gold Medal (5.17), THOMAS CADWALLANDER won the Bronze Medal (5.32), GABRIEL STOLARSKI 5th (6.05)
U15B 3x3000m Relay – SBH won the Silver Medal (32.41) Leg 1 LUCA STUBBS (9.59 Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 FERGUS WATSON (10.58 3rd Fastest leg of the race), Leg 3 DILLON STOLARSKI (11.44 7th Fastest leg of the race)
U17M 3x3000m Relay – SBH ‘A’ won the Gold Medal (30.40) Leg 1 BEN WINFIELD (9.35 Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 HENRY FULTON (10.05 2nd Fastest leg of the race), Leg 3 DYLAN HEPWORTH (11.00 3rd Fastest leg of the race), SBH ‘B’ Incomplete Team Leg 1 BEN KELLY (11.54 4th Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 BEN OUBRIDGE (11.48 5th Fastest leg of the race)
U17 Men Gold Medallists DYLAN HEPWORTH, BEN WINFIELD, HENRY FULTON
U17W 3x3000m Relay – SBH won the Gold Medal (34.55) Leg 1 MIA GROOM (11.13 2nd Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 SCARLETT KENT (12.34 3rd Fastest leg of the race), Leg 3 LIDIA KYRIACOU (11.08 Fastest leg of the race)
U17 Women Gold Medallists MIA GROOM, LIDIA KYRIACOU, SCARLETT KENT
U11B Road Race – JOSHUA GOLDSTEIN 5th (5.42), OSCAR RONCARATI 13th (6.17)
U13B 3x3000m Relay – SBH ‘A’ 5th (36.18) Leg 1 LEO RONCARATI (11.29), Leg 2 ARON YONA (12.24), Leg 3 THEO BODEN (12.25), SBH ‘B’ Incomplete Team Leg 1 ZACH NICHOLLS (13.06), Leg 2 NATAN RUBACK (13.17)
U15B 3x3000m Relay – SBH ‘A’ won the Silver Medal (32.10) Leg 1 GILAD NACHSHEN (10.16 3rd Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 BENJAMIN BLOOM (10.42 6th Fastest leg of the race), Leg 3 JONATHAN BOARDMAN (11.12), SBH ‘B’ Incomplete Team Leg 1 DYLAN MICHEL (10.44 7th Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 MATTHEW MCATEER (12.01)
U15 Boys Medallists GILAD NACHSHEN, BENJAMIN BLOOM, DAVID STONE standing in for JONATHAN BOARDMAN
U17M 3x3000m Relay – SBH ‘A’ won the Gold Medal (30.40) Leg 1 DAVID STONE (9.16 Fastest leg of the race), Leg 2 MITTIO MOHAMMADIAN (10.05 5th Fastest leg of the race), Leg 3 NAJIBE ARBE (10.45 7th Fastest leg of the race), SBH ‘B’ Incomplete Team Leg 1 NATHAN TADESSE (12.02)
U17 Men Gold Medallists NAJIBE ARBI, MITTIO MOHAMMADIAN, DAVID STONE
U17W 3x3000m Relay – SBH 5th (36.04) Leg 1 KAYLA MICHEL (12.19), Leg 2 JOSEPHINE CHADWICK (12.29), Leg 3 SOPHIE DEMPSEY (11.16 2nd Fastest leg of the race)
Senior/Masters Men & Women 3x3000m Relay – SBH 10th (35.09) Leg 1 GABRIELLA KYRIACOU U20 (11.44 4th Fastest Woman leg of the race), Leg 2 SARAH BUTLER (11.52 5th Fastest Woman leg of the race), Leg 3 JO KENT (11.33 Fastest veteran leg of the race)
EASTERN YOUNG ATHLETICS LEAGUE TOP 6 FINAL – Took place in Bedford on Sunday 3 September.
Result – 1st Bedford (576.5 points), 2nd Havering (560.5), 3rd Basildon (546), 4th Ipswich (527.5), 5th Nene Valley (493), 6th SBH (372.5)
No wind recorded unless shown
100m – U13B A KANE PINNOCK 1st (12.8), B LIERRE HENRY 2nd (13.9), U13G A TOSIN JOKOSENUMI 2nd (13.9), B SIANA FOSTER 4th (14.5), U15B A REMI JOKOSENUMI 1st (11.6), B NICHOLAS SHAW 1st (12.0), U15G A EMILY RODRIGUEZ 4th (13.5), B ESTHER FATUADE 2nd (13.4), U17M A TRISTON FOSTER 6th (12.0), B TARIQ WILD U15 1st (11.6), U17W A DARA APOOLA 3rd (13.0), B SHAKIRA RILEY 2nd (13.5)
200m – U13B A KANE PINNOCK 1st (PB 26.5) taking .15 of a second off his 29 July time, B BASIM MIR 5th (31.2), U15B A NNAMDI NDUKWE 4th (25.6), B NICHOLAS SHAW 1st (24.8), U15G A ISSY COLBECK-ROGERS 5th (28.4), B MALIA COTTON 5th (29.9), U17M A SHINAWAT JAIDEE 4th (24.2), B DION OWUSU-AGYEMAN 1st (24.9), U17W A DARA APOOLA 5th (28.2), B KHADIJAH ROSE 3rd (29.0)
300m – U15B A GILAD NACHSHEN 3rd (39.7), B REMI JOKOSENUMI 1st (40.1), U15G A BLUEBELL COOKE 5th (46.6), B JESSICA MOORE 1st (45.5), U17W A LEA REYNA-FARIA U15 4th (44.1) taking .13 of a second off her 13 August time, B ISOBEL PARKER U15 4th (46.9)
400m – U17M A JAMES PINTO 5th (57.0), B TARIQ WILD U15 1st (PB 52.6)
800m – U13B DYLAN HAMMOND 3rd (2:29.2), B LEO RONCARATI 3rd (2:33.1), U13G SARON RICHARDSON 5th (2:59.1), B ANNA MURPHY 6th (3:06.2), U15B A GILAD NACHSHEN 2nd (2:07.1), U15G A BLUEBELL COOKE 3rd (2:31.8), B JESSICA MOORE 2nd (2:34.1), U17M A NATHAN TADESSE 6th (2:32.3), U17W A JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 5th (2:32.7), B SYDNEY ALLEN U15 4th (2:37.2)
1500m – U13B A SAMUEL GREENSTEIN 3rd (5:02.9), B GIANLEO STUBBS 2nd (5:14.5), U13G A AIMI WEIGHTMAN 1st (5:00.5), B ASHA HARBACKI 5th (6:13.9), U15B A LUCA STUBBS 3rd (4:51.3), U15G A GRACE INGLES 1st (4:58.2), B ELENA RONCARATI 2nd (5:14.5), U17M A NATHAN TADESSE 6th (5:28.3), U17W A SARAH BUTLER 6th (5:25.4), B KAYLA MICHEL 6th (5:45.6)
70m Hurdles – U13G A ANNA MURPHY 6th (SB 16.6) taking .4 of a second off her 2 July time
75m Hurdles – U13B A DIKE ONYEMELUKWE 5th (PB 15.9) taking .54 of a second off his 13 August time, B GIANLEO STUBBS 5th (16.2), U15G A AMBER DUVERNEY 2nd (12.4), B EVELYN BARTER 3rd (13.4)
80m Hurdles – U15B A DANEL WARD 5th (15.3)
100m Hurdles – U17M A BEN BELLISARIO 4th (17.2)
High Jump – U13B A JOSHUA MERCHAN-NICHOLLS 4th (1.30m), U13G A HANNAH OGUNNIYI 6th (PB 1.05m), U15B A DANIEL WARD 6th (1.25m), U15G A JESSICA NATHAN 3rd (1.40m), B GRACE INGLES 4th (1.35m), U17M A BEN BELLISARIO 6th (1.60m), B JOEL ALEXANDER 4th (1.55m), U17G A LOUANN LAMY U15 5th (SB 1.25m) equalling her 13 August height
Pole Vault – U15B A JONATHAN COHEN 2nd (2.80m)
Long Jump – U13B A LIERRA HENRY 1st (PB 4.68m) adding 26cm to his 10 June jump, B BASIM MIR 6th (PB 3.59m), U13G A LUCY MARCUS 6th (3.37m), B JESSICA QUARTEY-PAPIFIO 6th (3.03m), U15B A NICHOLAS SHAW 1st (5.55m), B NNAMDI NDUKWE 6th (PB 4.06m), U15G A ESTHER FATUADE 5th (SB 3.83m), B JESSICA MOORE 6th (3.37m),U17M A KIERAN BYARD-CHAMBERS 6th (PB 5.17m), B JAMES PINTO 5th (PB 4.74m), U17W A DARA APOOLA 6th (4.03m), A YASMIN AHMED 5th (3.94m)
Triple Jump – U17M A DAN ONOCHIE-WILLIAMS 1st (12.81m), U17W A YASMIN AHMED 4th (9.57m)
Shot 2.72kg – U13G A HANNAH OGUNNIYI 3rd (PB 7.01m) adding 36cm to her 4 June put, B JUDY AGHOLOR 2nd (PB 6.84m) adding 41cm to her 20 May put
Shot 3kg – U15G A SAMRA RICHARDSON 6th (7.36m), OLIVIA LAVA 6th (6.69m), U17W A ANUSHA BULMAN 6th (PB 6.49m) adding 33cm to her 2016 put, B NATASHA TANNER U15 5th (5.58m)
Shot 4kg – U15B A CHRISTIAAN CAVALLI-WARBY 2nd (PB 13.64m) adding 56cm to his 30 July put, and is ranked UK No.8 U15 in 2017
Shot 5kg – U17M A OLIVER HOCKING 6th (9.86m)
Discus 0.75kg – U13G A SARON RICHARDSON 6th (14.46m), B JUDY AGHOLOR 2nd (13.77m)
Discus 1kg – U13B A DILE ONYEMELUKWE 6th (PB 12.27m) adding 5.06m to his 2 July throw, U15G A SAMRA RICHARDSON 4th (PB 19.13m) adding 45cm to her 22 April throw, B OLIVIA LAVA 3rd (15.86m), U17W A ANUSHA BULMAN 6th (SB 12.78m), B JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 5th (SB 8.70m)
Discus 1.25kg – U15B A DANIEL WARD 2nd (32.08m)
Discus 1.5kg – U17M A OLIVER HOCKING 5th (30.18m), A BEN BELLISARIO 3rd (22.91m)
Hammer 3kg – U15G A EMILY MURPHY 6th (PB 18.76m) adding 28cm to her 30 July throw
Hammer 4kg – U15B A CHRISTIAAN CAVALLI-WARBY 2nd (PB 38.14m) adding 22cm to his 7 May throw
Javelin 400kg – U13G A JUDY AGHOLOR 2nd (22.74m), B LOLA STUBBS 3rd (13.34m)
Javelin 500kg – U15G A SAMRA RICHARDSON 5th (24.19m), B ELENA RONCARATI 5th (15.25m), U17W A NATASHA TANNER U15 6th (14.51m)
Javelin 600kg – U15B A BENJAMIN HOCKING 3rd (35.80m)
4x100m – U13G 4th (SB 57.1) taking 1.53 seconds off their 13 August time CHANEL DACOSTA, TOSIN JOKOSENUMI, AIMI WEIGHTMAN, SIANNA FOSTER, U15B 1st (46.8) NICHOLAS SHAW, REMI JOKOSENUMI, TARIQ WILD, ANDREW NICOLAOU, U15G 4th (53.0) EMILY RODRIGUEZ, ISSY COLBECK-ROGERS, AMBER DUVERNEY, ESTHER FATUADE, U17M 5th (56.9) MICAH AGYEPONG, TRISTON FOSTER, JOSHUA KUMAR, SHINAWAT JAIDEE, U17W (DQ) KHADIJAH ROSE, DARA APOOLA, SAVANNAH IYAMU U15, SHAKIRA RILEY
SOUTHERN INTER COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place in Horspath, Oxford on 9 September
Congratulations to DAN ONOCHIE-WILLIAMS (Triple Jump) and DANIEL BAINBRIDGE (Javelin) who became Inter County Champions, there were Silver Medals from LUKE SMITH (200m), ROSS HAJIPANAYI (Pole Vault), BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (Shot and Hammer), NATHAN THOMAS (Discus) and PHILIPPA DAVENALL (Hammer).
In the Team race BILLY and PHILIPPA who represented Essex, took the U20 Men & Women’s Team Title by a margin of 28.5 points ahead of Kent.
100m – U20M Straight Final PHOENIX LYON (Herts) 5th (SB 11.17 w2.8) taking .02 of a second off his 13 May time
200m – U20M Heat 1 LUKE SMITH (Herts) 1st (22.06 w2.9) in the final LUKE won the Silver Medal (22.08 w1.9)
300m – U15B Heat 1 DAN ONOCHIE-WILLIAMS (Herts) 1st (38.04) in the final DAN finished 4th (38.16)
300m – U15G Heat 1 JESSICA MOORE (Herts) 6th (44.72)
800m – U15G Heat 1 BLUEBELL COOKE (Herts) 5th (2:27.49)
800m – U20M Straight Final JOSEPH PEPPIATT (Herts) 9th (SB 2:04.99) taking 2.06 seconds off his 18 March time
1500m – U15G Straight Final GRACE INGLES (Herts) 4th (4:53.26)
Pole Vault – U20M Straight Final ROSS HAJIPANAYI (Middx) won the Silver Medal (3.90m)
Triple Jump – U15B Straight Final DAN ONOCHIE-WILLIAMS (Herts) won the Gold Medal (12.75m nwr)
Shot 4kg – U15B Straight Final CHRISTIAAN CAVALLI-WARBY (Herts) 4th (12.47m)
Shot 4kg – U20W Straight Final PHILIPPA DAVENALL (Essex 2nd Claim & HCA) 7th (10.02m)
Shot 6kg – U20M Straight Final BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (Essex 2nd Claim) won the Silver Medal (13.39m)
Discus 1.25kg – U15B Straight Final DANIEL WARD (Herts) 5th (PB 34.65m) adding 92cm to his 10 June throw, ALVIN LEONG (Middx) 6th (PB 33.93m) adding 2.08m to his 2 July throw
Discus 1.75kg – U20M Straight Final NATHAN THOMAS (Hants) won the Silver Medal (42.91m)
Hammer 4kg – U15B Straight Final CHRISTIAAN CAVALLI-WARBY (Herts) 6th (35.20m), ALVIN LEONG (Middx) 9th (30.66m)
Hammer 4kg – U20W Straight Final PHILIPPA DAVENALL (Essex 2nd Claim & HCA) won the Silver Medal (50.53m)
Hammer 6kg – U20M Straight Final BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (Essex 2nd Claim) won the Silver Medal (61.25m)
Javelin 800g – U20M Straight Final DANIEL BAINBRIDGE (Norfolk) won the Gold Medal (59.45m)
Team Result U15B&G – 1st Kent (124.5 points), 2nd Sussex (123.5), 3rd Essex (107), 6th Hertfordshire (78), 10th Middlesex (50)
Team Result U20 M&W – 1st Essex (140.5 points), 2nd Kent (112), 3rd Middlesex (105), 7th Hertfordshire (68.5), 8th Norfolk (68)
GREAT NORTH CITY GAMES – Took place in Gateshead Quay on 9 September
1 Mile Road – SW MELISSA COURTNEY 1st (PB 4.34)
COLCHESTER THROWS INVITATIONAL SERIES – Took place on 7 September
Hammer 4kg – U20W PHILIPPA DAVENALL U20 (2nd Claim & HCA) 2nd (51.63m)
Hammer 5kg – U20M OLIVER GRAHAM U17 (2nd Claim) 2nd (50.62m)
Hammer 6kg – U20M BILLY PRAIM-SINGH (2nd Claim) 1st (61.21m)
WATFORD OPEN MEETING – The final meeting took place on 6 September
100m – SX 3 SHAKIRA RILEY U17 6th (13.41 w0.6), 5 NANA NOTTINSON-NYAAKU 1st (11.59 w0.1), 6 CHRISTOPHER CASTRO-NETO U23 2nd (11.55 w0.2), HARRY KYRIACOU U23 4th (11.69 w0.2)
800m – SX 4 LISA WEBB V50 8th (2:35.81), 10 CASEY DOYLE U15 1st (2:10.33), 12 GILAD NACHSHEN U15 5th (PB 2:04.44) taking .04 of a second off his 9 August time, 13 HENRY FULTON U17 12th (2:14.91), 15 ASHOK MATHUR U17 10th (PB 1:59.07) taking .83 of a second off his 23 August time
3000m – SX 3 MELISSA COURTNEY 8th (PB 8:43.72) taking 19.91 seconds off her 2016 time, and is ranked UK No.4 in 2017, MATT GRANT 25th (SB 8:58.90) taking 5.99 seconds off his 26 July time
High Jump – SX WILLIAM LEVY U20 6th (SB 1.60m)
WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY OPEN MEETING – Took place in Leamington Spa on 6 September
1500m – SX 3 ADAM THORPE U23 2nd (PB 4:08.04) taking 2.47 seconds off his 2013 time
PARKRUN RESULTS – 9 SEPTEMBER – CARIN GLADES, PERTH, AUSTRALIA – STUART MOORE V55 79th (26.03) 58th parkrun – HACKNEY MARSHES – BARRY CHISHOLM V55 113th (24.30) 102nd parkrun – HEARTWOOD FOREST – CLAIRE HOBSON 47th (First Time 25.03) 87th parkrun – OAK HILL – ELENA RONCARATI U15 10th (21.18) 7th parkrun, STUART SINGER V55 14th (21.26) 190th parkrun – WIMPOLE ESTATE – RUSSELL DEVITT V65 179th (New PB 27.54) 95th parkrun
PARKRUN – Can you make sure that you are registered as ‘Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers’, as the link I use to select all results only shows SBH athletes. If anyone is also officiating can you please contact me, and advise me where and when.
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A TOP STEEPLECHASER – The following appeared on the Athletics Weekly website recently.
A British Milers’ Club seminar earlier this year produced a wealth of knowledge and advice, and Matt Long asked four-time national steeplechase champion, Luke Gunn, and 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games steeplechaser, Spencer Duval, for their top tips for youngsters progressing in the event.
Don’t specify too soon – “Physical preparation for the chase has to be underpinned by the development of elasticity, robustness and mobility,” says Gunn. His advice is to concentrate on general conditioning and physical preparation over a period of months, before moving on to more event specific work such as run overs and strides.
“Calf raises, squats, lunges and bridges were all part of my regime in the early phases of my periodisation cycle and I then progressed on to bunny hops, squat jumps, split squats and step drops,” he says. “When progressing on to box drops, the golden rule of skill acquisition is to move from double leg to single leg landings.”
Jump to it – It’s vital to prepare for the loading forces that come with the jumps. For males, the water jump drop and resulting impact occurs from their hips being at around six feet in the air, with females it’s a drop from hips being between four-five feet in the air.
“Jumps inevitably involve tendon loading and should be performed when you are fresh rather than fatigued, to start off with,” Gunn says. “So the golden rule is to acquire the skill first and before training when under stress and fatigue”.
Get hurdling – “You ideally need once weekly sessions for the novice run over hurdles rather than the more intimidating wooden barriers,” advises Duval. “When training, coaches can move hurdles into different lanes, place cones in front of barriers and even consider using their own bodies as mild obstructers by moving in front of hurdles during training. This obviously has to be appropriately risk assessed by the coach to avoid athlete injury but if done so appropriately the inherent physicality and unpredictability of racing can be simulated.”
Take to the water – Apprehensions and anxieties about the water jump are plentiful. “For most people, this can be eased with adequate practise of placing the foot on the barrier,” Gunn says. “A good plant on the barrier almost always results in a safe landing the other side.” He suggests wearing spikes (for the added grip) to practise and to do it first at walking pace on a lower barrier into a sandpit, before progressing the approach speed as your confidence builds.
“You will find that the foot rarely slips and that as you increase your speed the action becomes easier and smoother,” says Gunn. “Once you believe this, all you then need to do is to accelerate into the water jump (and all other hurdles) to ensure a smooth, efficient clearance.”
Don’t neglect endurance – Duval says steeplechasers neglect endurance at their peril. “A key session for a senior could be 3x1km over hurdles with 60sec recovery and then 30sec recovery,” he says. “On occasions you could try active recoveries during repetitions with jumping squats being thrown in deliberately to induce the kind of “super-fatigue” in the quadriceps muscles in an attempt to simulate the tiredness that you will face in the latter stages of a race.”
DIVING POOL IN BARNET – We are heads down for the next five months writing major capital grant applications. In addition, we are looking for volunteers to help apply for some of the smaller funding opportunities. If you can help please mail us at email@example.com
Our recent Triathlon was supported by Theresa Villiers and Mike Freer MP’s. We have since met with Theresa who has also written us an open letter of support. We look forward to working alongside both MPs as our project continues to develop. Our committee consists of five, cross party councillors also who are a great addition to our hardworking and dedicated team.
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UPCOMING FIXTURES FOR THE NEXT 4 WEEKS
Contact details of all Team Managers please see links at the top of this Newsletter.
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS CLUBS CUP FOR JUNIORS – Takes place on Saturday 16 September in Brno, Czech Republic.
SOUTHERN SENIOR MEN’S AND WOMEN’S AND YOUNG ATHLETES ROAD RELAYS – Takes place on Sunday 24 September at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, Ledrington Road, London (Satnav SE19 2BB).
Start times 10.45am U13 Boys (4 Legs of 3000m), 10.50am U13 Girls (3 Legs of 3000m), 11.35am U15 Boys (4 Legs of 3000m), 11.40am U15Girls (3 Legs of 3000m), 12.25pm U17 Women (3 Legs of 3000m), 12.30pm U17 Men (4 Legs of 4500m), 1.30pm Senior/Veteran Women (4 Legs of 4500m), 2.30pm Senior Men (6 Legs of 6000m), 2.30 Veteran Men (4 Legs of 6000m).
Please use this link for all event details including transport to Crystal Palace, plus a map of the area (if you are driving) – B September 24 Southern Road Relays – Crystal Palace
Entries Closed – Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
NORTH WEST LONDON LEAGUE CROSS COUNTRY – The first fixture of five takes place on Saturday 30 September The race headquarters is The Tir Chonaill Gaels Club, Berkeley Fields, Berkeley Avenue, Greenford (Satnav UB6 0NZ). Directions – turn off Greenford Road (A4127), opposite the entrance to the Glaxo Factory. The playing fields are at the end of Berkeley Avenue, and there is parking in the Clubhouse or in adjacent roads.
The Clubhouse facilities will not be open until 11.00am. Toilet facilties not available until then.
Start Times – 12.00noon U13 Girls, 12.15pm approximately U11 Boys & U13 Girls, 12.35pm approximately U13 Boys & U15 Girls, 1.00pm approximately U15 Boys & U17 Women, 1.25pm approximately U17 Men
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run. Will any of our Female athletes please see JEREMY SOTHCOTT who will give you a race number
NATIONAL YOUNG ATHLETES ROAD RELAY – Takes place on Saturday 7 October at Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Town Gate Entrance, Birmingham (Satnav B73 6BU).
Start times 11.00am U13 Boys, 11.05am U13 Girls, 11.50am U15 Boys, 11.55am U15 Girls, 12.30pm U17 Men, 12.35pm U17 Women.
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
NATIONAL MEN’S 6 STAGE AND WOMEN’S 4 STAGE ROAD RELAY – Takes place on Saturday 7 October at Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Town Gate Entrance, Birmingham (Satnav B73 6BU).
Start times 2.00pm Senior Men, 2.10pm Senior Women.
Men’s entry dependant on the Southern Road Relay Result (being in the first 25).
Note: You will have to be pre-entered by your respective Team Manager
START FITNESS METROPOLITAN LEAGUE – The first fixture of five takes place on Saturday 14 October at Claybury, Essex. Changing is at Ashton Playing Fields Track, 588 Chigwell Road, Woodford Green, Essex (Satnav IG8 8AA).
Public Transport – Woodford underground station (Central Line) is 10 minutes walk away from Ashton Playing Fields. If you get off an eastbound train, you need to walk under the pedestrian subway and walk downhill, down Snakes Lane East. Bus numbers 275 and W14 stop at the gates to Ashton Playing Fields.
Directions From Major Roads – From the eastbound A406, branch left and merge onto the A1400 (signposted Gants Hill). At Charlie Brown’s roundabout, take the first left exit onto the A113 (signposted Chigwell). Go straight ahead through three sets of traffic lights (including a crossing set for pedestrians) and turn left into Ashton Playing Fields just after you go under a road bridge.
The course is a 10 minute jog away and is where the numbers will be given out.
Start Times 12.40pm U11 (Over 9) Boys (1.5km), 12.45pm U11 (Over 9) Girls (1.5km), 12.55pm U13 Boys (3km), 1.00pm U13 Girls (3km), not before 1.20pm U17 Men and U15 Boys (4km), not before 1.25pm U17 Women and U15 Girls (4km), not before 1.55pm U20, Senior and Veteran Women (6km), not before 2.35pm U20, Senior and Veteran Men (8km).
Note: You do not have to be pre-entered, just turn up and run.
Please go to Start Fitness Metropolitan League web site www.metleague.co.uk for information on course maps, directions etc will be available 2 weeks prior to the race
PHOTOGRAPH’S – From time to time we have photographs of our members taken at meetings or presentations which we would like to use both on the website or incorporated within our report to our local newspaper. Can you please let me know if you do NOT want your photograph to be used. Also I would appreciate if you could send me any photographs, which I can then publish on the website and newsletter.
FACEBOOK – Photographs can be found on the SBH page.
SARACENS SPORT FOUNDATION – Little athletics programme is an athletics ‘Multi Skills’ programme for children aged 4-9 years. The programme is designed to teach children fundamental movement skills of athletics – running, jumping and throwing. The sessions are game based and as of September there will be a progression throughout the term.
LAP runs on a Tuesday and Thursday from 4.30-5.30pm – Term time only.
1st Legacy athletics club is a pathway club for children aged 10-15 years new to athletics. Children are introduced to all the different athletics disciplines and have the opportunity to develop running, jumping and running skills that we hope they will then go onto use as a participant in the formal athletics club structure or in any other sport for activity they choose to progress to. The lead coach is Gintare Dargeviciute who brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the club.
1st Leg AC runs on a Tuesday and Thursday from 5.00–6.00pm – Term time only.
For full and contact details use this link to the SBH website – http://sbharriers.co.uk/
ALLIANZ PARK – Main Switchboard telephone number is 0203 675 7240.
CHARGES FOR USING ALLIANZ PARK – The current charges for using Allianz Park are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £4.00 – Junior (U16) Daily entry fee £2.00 – Concession (Students in full time education, unwaged and Over 65) Daily entry fee £2.20.
As a member of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers you can apply for membership of Allianz Park, this is a the link for all information and application form Allianz Park Membership Form 2017 Any official coach of Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers gains entry free of charge.
Charges for those with a membership card are as follows – Adult Daily entry fee £3.60, Monthly fee £24.00 – Junior (U16) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £12.00 – Concession (Students in full time education, unwaged and Over 60) Daily entry fee £1.80, Monthly fee £12.00.
Please use this link to view all membership details and application form (which you can print) – Allianz Park Membership Form 2017
All Allianz Park membership enquiries should be directed towards Isobel Dunnicliffe at firstname.lastname@example.org Her direct phone number is 0203 675 7252