Where to start?! Many BAC athletes produced some amazing achievements on Saturday and the easiest way to approach this report is to start with the first result shown on Powerof10, and continue from there.
Patrick Sylla won the Senior Boys’ 100m in a PB of 10.9 secs. He also won the 200m with a PB of 22 seconds dead, and we will return to his other performances later.
In Inter Boys’ 100m, Andrew Speers came 5th with a PB of 11.9 secs, having earlier achieved a PB in the heat with 12.0 secs. In 200m he came 4th with a PB of 23.8 secs and is making excellent progress this season.
Harrison Sheehan came 5th in Junior Boys’ 300m with a PB of 40.4 secs and Mario Youssef was 6th with a PB of 41.7 secs.
Lewis Sainval won the Senior Boys’ 800m in 2.00.1.
Harry Bramwell Reeks came 2nd in the Inter Boys’ 1500m in 4.27.5.
Oliver Hassan won the U13 75m Hurdles with a PB of 13.8.
Turning to the Women, Chloe Burrows won the Senior Girls’ 100m with a PB of 12.8 seconds and came first in the 200m.
Gemma Kennard won the Inter Girls’ 100m in 13.1 secs and Stephanie Batchellier was 3rd with a time of 13.9.
Yasmin Bridet and Rebecca Hannibal were 5th and 7th, respectively in Junior Girls’ 100m.
Abigail Richardson set a PB of 2.23.4 to win the Inter Girls’ 800m. Abigail then came second in the 1500m in 5.16.0 behind Poppaea Bramwell-Reeks who won in a time of 5.03.3. Elsa Charlwood set a PB of 5.35 coming 4th.
In the 75m hurdles, Yasmin Bridet came first in a PB of 11.8 secs having earlier got a PB of 12 seconds in the heats. Pollyana Yule set a PB of 12.6 in the heats to then finish 6th in the final.
Olivia Galloway took a huge slice off her PB to win the Inter Girls’ 80m Hurdles in 11.7 secs.
In the girls’ field events, Gemma Kennard finish 2nd in Inter Girls’ High Jump with a height of 1.55m.
Pollyana Yule came 2nd in Junior Girls’ High Jump with a PB of 1.45m.
The Senior Girls’ Long Jump saw Angel Kerin jumping 5.34m to finish first ahead of Madeleine Smith who came 2nd with 5.19m.
In the Inter Girls’ competition, Izzy Wedderburn achieved a huge PB with a leap of 5.67m to win the event. Amelia Dobson also got a PB with 5.14m, coming 3rd.
In the Senior Girls’ Triple Jump, Madeleine Smith just pipped Angel Kerin for 1st place to win with 11.31m, Angel coming 2nd with 11.28m. Sam Cash came 3rd with 10.78m.
The Inter Girls’ Triple Jump was won by Amelia Dobson with a best of 10.70m.
Olivia Galloway came 3rd in Inter Girls’ Javelin with a PB of 34.38m.
Serena Sutherland continued her steep learning curve to win the Junior Girls’ Shot with a PB of 10.52m. Meanwhile, Louise Galloway came 5th with a putt of 7.62m just short of her PB. In the discus, Serena Sutherland came 2nd with a throw of 26.48m which was also a PB.
Last but not least in the women’s field events, Danielle Broom won the Senior Girls’ Discus with a PB of 41.86m, and the Hammer with 56.96m which again was a PB.
Returning to the men’s events in the field, Patrick Sylla won the Senior Boys’ Long Jump with 7.61m, which was a PB. This was such a good jump that it puts Patrick in line for selection for the World U20 Championships which are scheduled to be held in Poland. This will mean Patrick may have to choose between Poland and the England Schools Finals in Newcastle.
In Junior Boys’ Long Jump, Johannes Elie came 5th with a PB of 4.98m.
The Junior Boy’s Triple Jump saw Joseph Haywood come 3rd with 10.24m just ahead of Charlie Castro who achieved a PB of 10.04m in 4th place.
Jamie Williamson came 3rd in the Senior Boys’ High Jump, with a height of 1.85m.
Adam Phillips came 2nd in the Junior Boys’ shot with a PB of 10.96m. He also won the Discus with a PB of 33.39m.
Cameron Hale won the Inter Boys’ Discus with a PB of 44.89m and the Javelin with another PB of 50.35m.
Ben Dickinson won the Senior Boys’ Javelin with 48.88m.
In U13 Javelin, Connor Charlwood came 6th with a PB of 25.60m and Jasper Todd 9th with a PB of 18.33m.
Among these fine performances, new championship records or national standards have been achieved, however as of yet, these have not been confirmed. Further information will, of course, follow, as will details of those selected for the South West Schools Championship at Exeter next Saturday.
Finally, we must thank the tireless work of BAC’s officials and helpers who spent their Saturday at the track, almost without stopping, supporting the Dorset Schools event.