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Congratulations to Kelsey Sutherland and Sam Illsley who both won silver at the U15 Southern Championships this weekend. Kelsey jumped 9.97 in the triple jump, and Sam threw a huge PB in the hammer of 45.99m. Fantastic stuff! ... See MoreSee Less

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Some great performances at the Horsham Open today, and wins for Jack Leitch at Worthing Parkrun, and Emma & Martin at the South Harting 10M.
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Great morning at the South Harting 10miler today proudly representing Team Green!
Big thanks to Race organiser Tom Frost and the many Race Marshalls.

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Sharla ElderWell done martin and emma. Great result :)

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Stephen CousinsWell done both! Good day for it. It's a nice route that.

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As the world waits for August 5th 2016 and the start of the 2016 Rio Olympics, we take a look back at the opening ceremonies from previous Olympic Games. Sub...

Worthing and District Harriers added 7 new photos — with Matthew Wilson and 3 others.

Harriers 'Beating the Tide' (photo credit Jon Lavis)
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Lesley TugwellI'm not speedy enough to make the page lol 😂. Well done everyone - lovely race x

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Worthing and District HarriersTuggers beat the tide too!

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Worthing and District Harriersand so did Sandie!

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It was a weekend of pb's, including club and county records!

The YDL team travelled to Hastings on Saturday, where a depleted team finished in an excellent 3rd position, with some fantastic performances.

Some highlights from the day were a high jump PB for Tom Ridley (1.64m), and big PB's in the long jump for Emily Dore (4.68m) and Kelsey Sutherland (5.06m), which is ES qualifying for 2017. The final event of the day brought a club record in the U15G 4 x 300m relay where the Worthing team (Eli Middleton, Lauren Felstead, Grace Ballantyne, Eloise Longhurst) had a great race with Hastings to break the club record in 3:11.0.

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Huge congratulations also go to Ben Hawkes who once again broke his U17 hammer club and county record with a throw of 61.62m at the U17 inter counties on Sunday.
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Sporting the New Green Vest here in Ibiza, Emma Macready and I are finding some fantastic running - Go Team Green! ... See MoreSee Less

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David ForshawHoping to get mine in time for the marathon.

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** NEW CLUB RECORD at the Sussex U13 Championships and U11 QuadKids**

Sunday 3rd July saw some fantastic performances in the U11 and U13 County Championships held at Withdean Stadium, Brighton.

The U11 QuadKids competition combines performances from 4 events (sprint/jump/throw/middle distance) and is an excellent gauge of all round athletic ability. Congratulations to Amelie Giggs who performed consistently throughout the day to win the girls competition, and Cameron Vincent who finished with a score of 204 points in the boys event.

In the U13 Championships, the day started with some fine sprinting from Worthing athletes. In the 75m heats, Libby Small (10.5s pb) and Jodi Loggenberg (10.4s) both qualified for the 75m final, where Jodie finished in 3rd place and Libby 7th.

The boys 75m saw the performance of the day, with Bailey Smith smashing his PB by over half a second to win silver in 9.80s, and setting a new club record. Ethan Ward (11.25s), and Ethan Craven (11.58s) both ran well to just miss the final.

There was a bronze for Freya Brennand in the discus, adding 5.70m to her PB in the Discus (18.95m), and silver for Tom Farmer adding 2.69m to his PB (18.00m).

In a competitive 4 x 100m relay, the girls team (Olivia Curtis, Libby Small, Freya Brennand and Jodi Loggenberg) finished in 3rd place in the A race, with Yasmin Griffiths, Hope Yelling, Evie Tozer and Isabel Gigg winning the B race. The boys unfortunately dropped the baton on the first change over, but recovered to finish in 4th.

150m Girls
4th Jodi Loggenberg (21.16 pb)
Olivia Curtis (21.56 pb)
Libby Small (21.57 pb)
Isabel Gigg (22.26 pb)
Jessi Lownds (23.12 pb)

150m Boys
Bailey Smith (19.98 pb)
Matthew Storm (22.05 pb)

75mh Girls
Hope Yelling (13.65s)
Libby Small (14.26s)

800m Girls
Freya Brennand (2.34.0)
Evie Tozer (2.47.9)
Amelia West (3.12.7)

800m Boys
Ruben Sezen (2.30.3)
Ethan Ward (2.31.1)
Daniel Seymour (2.39.4)

1200m Girls
5th Yasmin Griffiths (4:20.97 pb)

1200m Boys
6th Lukas Harber (4:02.62 pb)

Freya Brennand (5.73m)
Tom Farmer (6.32m)

Long Jump Girls
4th Olivia Curtis (4.14m)
Isabel Gigg (3.71m)
Jodi Loggenberg (3.71m)
Yasmin Griffiths (3.65m)

Long Jump Boys
Ruben Sezen (3.87m PB)
Matthew Storm (3.73m)
Daniel Seymour (3.59m)
Bailey Smith (3.49m)
Tom Farmer (3.15m)
Ethan Ward (3.13m)

High Jump Girls
Hope Yelling (1.20m pb)
Amelia West (1.15m pb)
Evie Tozer (1.10m)
Jessi Lownds (1.05m)

Congratulations to everybody who took part, we now look forward to the next Youth Development League fixture, and the Sussex U13 league finals later in the season.
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Bob AustinProud grandad again go Bailey Smith. 2pb 1 club record smashed.

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***Youth Development League - Match 3***

Yesterdays YDL match brought some excellent performances, and a 2nd place finish for the team.

On the track Luke Ellard won the A string 800m and Tom Ridley the B string with a new personal best time of 2:17.0. Tahlya Curtis equalled her Pb in the 100m (14.2), taking first place, and Eloise Longhurst also equalling her PB in the 200m (29.1s).

Eli Middleton won all of her events, competing in the 75m hurdles, high jump and ran a pb in the 300m (44.8s). She also competed in the winning 4 x 100m team with Eloise Longhurst, Tahlya Curtis, and Isabel Lay.

In the U13's Jodi Loggenberg won the 75m (10.5s), equalling her personal best, and taking 1st place in the A string, with Olivia Curtis winning the B string in a personal best of 10.9s.

There were B string wins in the 800m for Isabel Gigg in 2:50.1, closely followed by Freya Brennand who ran a PB of 2.50.4.

The highlight on the track had to the be U13's girls 4x100m relay, with Olivia Curtis, Libby Small, Natasha Ryan and Jodi Loggenberg taking a big lead to win in 57.3s. The U13's boy's also had an excellent relay, taking 2nd place with 59.9s.

In the field events there were also strong performances by Worthing athletes. Sam Illsley took 1st place in the u15 hammer (40.76m) and Joe Beal 1st in the B string (22.28m).

In the discus there were winning throws for both the u15 girls and boys. Sam Illsley throwing a new personal best of 34.72m, Joe Brennand (22.29m), Isabel Lay (22.78m) and Lauren Felstead a new personal best of 20.15m.

In the U15 shot, Isabel lay won with a seasons best (8.70m). Tom Farmer took 2nd place in the u13 age group with a personal best (6.70m), and Ethan Craven first in the B string (5.69m). Freya Brennand threw a big personal best of 6.30m.

The javelin saw personal bests from Joe Brennand (31.94m) and Magnus Mckail (19.07m).

Well done to the whole team, and also team managers Simon Evans , Matthew Evans and Maureen Stephens.
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Huge congratulations to Ben Hawkes who has broken the u17 club and county record with a fantastic hammer throw of 61.22m. ... See MoreSee Less

But surely we could all notch up 100miles with picnics like that on route, ummmm maybe???

Incredible stuff Stephen Cousins & Richard Shlovogt!
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The South Downs Way 100 is one of Centurion Running's Grand Slam events. Richard and I had never attempted anything beyond 70 miles before. Could we do it? ...