English Schools T&F Champs preview

English Schools T&F champs – Birmingham – Fri 12th & Sat 13th July

Liverpool Harriers have 17 athletes selected for Merseyside & Cumbria schools and we wish all our athletes a successful weekend

Here is a rundown on some of our more prominent athletes

Henry Nwoke – 100m – IB

Henry has only been training with the club less than 18 months, having been spotted in a schools meeting. Henry has improved significantly over this short time period, such that he is now ranked no.2 in the country in his age group with a PB and club a group record of 10.66 this season. He is the Northern U20 bronze medallist and also the English u17 champion over 60m and 200m

Steph Driscoll – 400mH – SG

Steph is a very talented multi eventer, who has found her niche over 400mH. Steph picked up the bronze medal at the recent EA U20 championships breaking Anna Rowe’s club record with 60.46 which ranks her no.4 in the country for her age group

Cameron Scott-Allen- Hammer – JB

Cameron is also a very talented multi eventer, who could have qualified in multiple events, but was selected in the hammer, to follow in the footsteps of his mother who held the senior ladies hammer record until last week. Cameron’s PB of 44.67m ranks him 5th in the country for his age group

Zoe Price- Hammer – SG

Having medalled last year in the inter girls hammer, Zoe has moved on considerably this year and has been consistently throwing 52 -53m. At Wigan, Zoe broke the senior club record with 56.53m, which ranks her no.4 in the country

Neave McGhee- 200m – IG

Neave is an extremely talented sprinter ranging from 100m to 400m, where she could have qualified for any of three events. Her 200m PB of 24.7 was set recently and ranks her no.4 in the country for her age and don’t forget she was part of the league record breaking 4x400m U20 squad and has already run 56.27 for 400m

Dan Preston- 1500m – SB

Dan has been running PB’s all season and is in great form. Dan has knocked 4 seconds of his PB this season and recently ran 3:50.70 at Watford BMC. Although Dan is ranked 11th in the country for his age group, a lot of the athletes ranked higher are entered in other events or are nor eligible and we think that will rank Dan 5th fastest based on times

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