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  • 2022-2023 Indoor Season UK results

    Spotted via Ian Hodge: Neil Gourley ran a Scottish record 13.16 for 5000 in Boston a few days ago.

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    ian Hodge noted the return of Lynsey Sharp remarking 'back to competition this evening [Friday 6/1] for the first time since 2019 in Glasgow milers meet and will be delighted with a 1:28.90 clocking for 600m -- (pb is 1:27.16) ...

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    • #3
      Eloise Walker 8.56.77 running with the men over 3000m. Big breakthrough from her running 15.25 over 5000m and making the Scottish Commies team. Coached by Trevor Painter according to PO10 so one to keep an eye on.

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      • #4
        2.00.99 pb for Izzy Boffey in Sheffield, running effectively on her own.

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        • #5
          Phil Sesemann takes Jake Wightman's scalp in the last gasp of the 3000 at Shefield.

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          • #6
            In the combined events yesterday at Sheffield Sam Talbot led after day 1 of the hep with 3126, including pbs of 6.89 in the 60m, 1.89 HJ and 14.26 shot

            Sammy Ball, returning from injury, led the u20 event by 300 pts with a 4.30 pb in the PV.
            Last edited by Occasional Hope; 08-01-23, 17:16.

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            • #7
              5832 for Sam Talbot for a spectacular return to form in the combined events. A tasty 7.85 over 60H included in that.

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              • Occasional Hope
                Occasional Hope commented
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                5435 for Sammy Ball in the u20 event.

              • MysteryBrick
                MysteryBrick commented
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                On paper he is GB's next 8000 point decathlete. Has real speed as evidenced by his 6.89 60m this year and 10.73 and 47.79 last year, he can hurdle (sub-14 windy last year) and his throws are solid enough, especially a 14m shot this year. Paradoxically for someone who jumped 7.51m indoors as an U20, his jumps are his weakest facet with 1.89m/7.02m/4.60m (SBs from last two years) really dropping a lot on international fields. If he can up those all a bit he should be every bit as good as Ashley Bryant or Dan Awde, 2 of our most recent 8000 men (there are only 6 in history).

            • #8
              7.27 pb for Alisha Rees in Lee Valley.

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              • Christy93
                Christy93 commented
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                Scottish record to boot

            • #9
              Just watching the action from the Lee Valley indoor meet on YouTube... and Ojie Edoburun got his season off to a decent start with victory in 6.63. In a close 2nd was Medwin Odamtten, who set a big PB of 6.67, going sub 6.7 for the first time and rocketing the still 17 year old sprinter (who turns 18 in August) up into equal 5th on the UK's U20 all time list for the 60m.

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              • #10
                I don't want to heap pressure on the young lad but the 1500 run by Oscar Schofield at the Sheffield BMC was impressive ... ran most of it on his own, for a PB of 3:52.53 ... He is an U17, and others may correct me here, but I am pretty sure the commentator said the run was an indoor record for the age group. He is coached by Trevor Painter and I suspect he goes a great gallop beside our Keely in training. A real prospect.

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                • #11
                  Another result from the Be Fit Together Today Track Academy meeting at Lee Valley on Sunday was seeing first year U17 Nell Desir (who is still 14 years old btw; she'll turn 15 in March) winning the 60m in 7.61, a nice way for her to start the 2023 season.

                  Also in the field was European U18 100m hurdles champion Mia McIntosh, making her first appearance since being forced to pull out of the World U20s due to injury. It wasn't such a good outing for her however, a sluggish start leading to an eventual 6th place finish in 7.75, quite a bit down on the 7.49 PB she set over 60m last season. Hopefully this is just a case of blowing the cobwebs out.
                  Last edited by RunUnlimited; 11-01-23, 02:26.

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                  • #12
                    Mia McIntosh ran 7.83 in her second race. In her AW interview Mia said she was increasing her training from 3 to 5 days, which seems a huge jump for a 17 year old. Interested in the thinking behind that. Anyway, for an athlete known for their start, it was bizarre to watch.

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                    • #13
                      I think it depends what she means by a training session. If she’s e.g. added in Pilates and is counting that as an extra day, all good. If it’s adding another 60% of the same sessions, that would feel a lot, certainly initially, and can see athletes go backwards to move forwards

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                      • #14
                        Just because I love the 400m I'm gonna throw some light on Dan Putnam, running 47.0 in lee valley on the 2nd to open his season it what really was an uncontested run (and lets be honest not the best "shaped" track although not sure on the new surface as yet) but does surely put him in a strong position for the champs in still 6 weeks time!

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                        • #15
                          Ian Hodge reports a 7.68 for Tade Ojora over 60 hurdles. He calls it a PB but looking at PO10 he's never actually run indoors before so it would have been a pb whatever

                          Promising though; and interestingly only .01 outside what Josh Zeller did last year.

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