DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - Surrey County Athletic Association is intending to appoint an athletics development officer to work with athletic clubs in the county and other stakeholders to drive forward a development strategy aimed at improving performance across all disciplines. Emphasis will be on those events where the county is weak and lacks depth. Another aim is to increase the number of coaches, officials and volunteers supporting clubs and the county association. Advert. Job Description. (Please note that a revised version was added on 21st January 2017).
SCAA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, LEATHERHEAD, FRIDAY, 20TH JANUARY 2017 - This Friday's meeting will be discussing the proposed appointment of a Development Officer (see above). This item was too late to be included in the agenda for the next executive committee meeting which has already been e-mailed to clubs. However, this appointment and re-establishing the county's development and coaching sub-committee will be discussed at the executive committee meeting taking place this Friday at The Institute, Leatherhead, starting at 7.30pm. Any clubs that are affiliated to SCAA and wanting to contribute to the discussion on this important matter are invited to send a representative to the meeting.
NOTE. The Leatherhead Institute is located at the east end of the High Street.
Map. Car Drivers should note that the High Street is pedestrianised. The nearest Car Park is the Swan Centre Multi-story which is accessed from Leret Way. The Swan Centre Car Park is currently free after 6pm.
100TH BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR BILL LUCAS DFC -
Belgrave Harriers celebrated Bill’s 100th birthday in style with a great party at Belgrave Hall on January 15th where Bill and his wife Sheena were the guests of honour.
They were photographed in front of a 100th birthday cake and they were interviewed by TV and newspaper reporters.
Among almost 100 guests were South of England president John Gebbels, Surrey president Pete Mulholland, Surrey chairman Tom Pollak and three other Belgrave Olympians Snowy Brooks, Pascar Owor (Uganda) and John Bicourt.
There was a half-page report of the event in the Daily Mirror on January 16th and coverage of the celebrations on ITN London through January 16th.
Bill with 3 other Olympians. L-R Snowy Brooks, Paskar Owor & John Bicourt
EA SENIOR / UNDER-20 INDOOR COMBINED EVENTS, EIS, SHEFFIELD, 7/8TH JANUARY 2017 - Congratulations to Dylan Carlsson-Smith (Shaftesbury Barnet) for his 3rd place in the U20M Heptathlon.
CAU INTER-COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, PRESTWOLD HALL, LEICESTERSHIRE, 11TH MARCH 2017 - This is to confirm that the date of this event is Saturday, 11th March 2017.
SURREY COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, LLOYD PARK, CROYDON, 7TH JANUARY 2017 - RESULTS (including photos).
Performances have been added to athlete profiles.
RED LETTER DAY FOR BILL LUCAS DFC
Many congratulations to former Surrey president and cross country team manager Bill Lucas DFC, who was recognised as Britain’s oldest living Olympian in the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards on ITV on November 1st.
Bill competed in the 5000m at the London Olympics at Wembley in 1948 after just one year's training after serving in the RAF's Bomber Command for seven years and flying 81 missions, surviving unharmed. He was included in the section of the programme to congratulate Britain’s successful Olympic and Paralympic athletes in Rio this summer.
He was in remarkably good form considering he’s in his 100th year but he had to be helped on to the stage as he broke a leg when visiting his local library in Cowfold, West Sussex earlier this year, a few weeks after undergoing open heart surgery.
He showed he has lost none of his Chutzpah in a lively encounter with presenter Carol Vorderman, who said it was an honour to meet him. Bill responded: “Nice to meet you too.” Carol revealed: “ You’ve got a big birthday in January,” and amid cheers and applause from the audience Bill revealed: “I will be 100 on the 16th.” Bill interjected after Carol told the audience he was a bomber pilot in the second world war: “Hitler deprived me of my best athletic years so what did I do. I went out and bombed him.” amid much laughter from the star-studded audience.
Bill’s lifelong club, Belgrave Harriers, are organising a grand birthday party to celebrate his centenary on January 15th in Belgrave Hall.
An update from Tom Pollak, SCAA Chairman:-
Since this notice was posted Bill and Sheena have been seriously hurt in a road accident and have both been in hospital. On November 19th they were passengers in a Sport Utility Vehicle driven by a 94-year-old World War Two bomber pilot and on their way to a picture signing for bomber command. The driver managed to roll it over at a roundabout in Burgess Hill and while he and another passenger escaped unhurt, both Bill and Sheena had to be cut out of the wreckage by firemen.
Bill suffered a broken collarbone and Sheena cracked ribs and breastbone. After being treated in the emergency department at Brighton Hospital they were transferred to Horsham Hospital for recuperation and rehabilitation.
I went to see them there on December 18th and, despite their ordeal, they both seemed in good form and were looking forward to the January celebrations. They were in their own two-bed ward.
Happily, they were discharged just before the festive season and were able to spend Christmas at their home in Cowfold with neighbours and friends making sure they were able to cope. They were certainly happy to be out of hospital and in their own surroundings. Both sets of injuries are healing but Bill has problems with a swollen right leg which doctors are trying to resolve.
ROY LOMAX - We regret to pass on news of the death of Walton AC president Roy Lomax at the age of 88. Roy died peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday, 6th December.
Roy joined Walton AC in 1948 and competed successfully as a middle-distance and cross-country runner. He officiated for many years as a starter and was Walton's President for the last 40 years. He served on the Surrey committee for many years and was a Life Member of the County Association.
His funeral will be at 12.30pm on Friday 30th December 2016 at Woking Crematorium, Hermitage Road, Woking GU21 8TJ. Thereafter to Brooklands Museum, Brooklands Road, Weybridge KT13 0QN.
BRIAN HARLICK 1942 - 2016 - It is with sadness that we report that Brian died on 14th December 2016. We remember him as an athlete and as a technical oficial. His profile shows that he competed in the Pole Vault in the Main Surrey Championships from 1994 - 2010 having previously competed in the Surrey Cross-Country Championships from 1983 - 1986.
Brian’s funeral will take place at 2.20 p.m. on Wednesday 4th January 2017 at Kingston Crematorium. Afterwards all are welcome at The King’s Centre Coppard Gardens, Chessington KT9 2GZ. However, Marianne would like to know numbers for those going to The Kings Centre for catering purposes. Please let Liz Sissons know as soon as possible so that she can let Marianne know. It is the Family’s wish that charitable donations be made instead of flowers. Details will be given on the day of the funeral.
SURREY U13/U15 SPORTSHALL, SPECTRUM, GUILDFORD, 22ND JANUARY 2017 - TIMETABLE.
EUROPEAN COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, CHIA, ITALY, 11TH DECEMBER 2016 - Phoebe Law (Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers) finished in 22nd place in the Junior Women's race and was the 5th British runner to finish. The team won the Gold Medal.
SEAA INTER-COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY, HORSPATH, 10TH DECEMBER 2016
Surrey teams win medals in all eight age groups.
Individual victories for Dominique Corradi (U15G) and Jaden Kennedy (U13B). Other individual medal winners were Felix Vaughan (2nd U13B), Ricky Lutakome (3rd U17M), Niamh Brown (3rd U20W), Claudia Lance Jones (3rd U17W), Olivia McDonald (3rd U15G) and Maisie Collis (3rd U13G).
In the Senior Women's race there were also medals for Under-23 athletes where Steph McCall was 1st and Katie Bingle was 2nd.
SURREY U13/U15 SPORTSHALL, SPECTRUM, GUILDFORD, 27TH NOVEMBER 2016 - RESULTS.
SURREY COUNTY TRACK & FIELD RANKINGS 2016 - The County Statisticians have completed their work on the County lists for 2016. These results have been added to the Annual Analysis which now covers the years 2003 - 2016 for Under-13s, Under-15s and Under-17s. This gives some indication of the improving standard of Surrey athletes in many events. It is also possible to see where our weaknesses are. Annual Statistical Analysis of U13 / U15 / U17 Track & Field Performances.
We are still seeking to increase our team of statisticians (currently 2) to spread the workload. If you would like further details then please contact the Webmaster.
TWO AFD ATHLETES FATALLY HIT BY A CAR WHILST ON AN EVENING TRAINING RUN. - Our condolences go to the families of Stacey Burrows and Lucy Pygott and our friends at Aldershot, Farnham & District AC following the incident on Tuesday, 8th November. Further details.
COURSES FOR OFFICIALS BEING HELD IN SURREY - SCAA is promoting courses in all disciplines during this month: on 26th November 2016 (Field/Track/Timekeeping/Photo Finish) at Wimbledon College and on 30th November 2016 (Starting) at Kingsmeadow. Further details.
SELECTION CRITERIA FOR SURREY COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAMS - Click on "Team Selection" in left-hand column for 2016-17 criteria.
- It is with deep regret that we learn of the death of David Cocksedge whilst visting Thailand where he had previously lived for several years. He was a Surrey County statistician for many years and also edited SCAN. He was also a regular contributor to Athletics Weekly with particular emphasis on articles about promising young athletes. We will provide further information when we receive it.
SURREY U13/U15 SPORTSHALL, SPECTRUM, GUILDFORD, 16TH OCTOBER 2016 - Results.
SURREY COUNTY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAMS FOR INTER-COUNTY FIXTURES 2016/2017 - Selection Criteria is available.
ENGLISH SCHOOLS COMBINED EVENTS & WALKS, EXETER, 17TH / 18TH SEPTEMBER 2016
Congratulations to Pippa Earley (Kingston & Polytechnic) on her 2nd place in the Intermediate Girls Heptathlon with a score of 4845 points.
PARALYMPIC GAMES, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, 8TH - 18TH SEPTEMBER 2016
We congratulate the following Surrey athletes on their medal-winning performances:-
Toby Gold (Kingston & Poly) - T33 100m Silver.
Georgina Hermitage (Guildford & Godalming) - T37 100m Gold & T37 400m Gold.
OLYMPIC GAMES, BEIJING, CHINA 2008 -
Following the re-analyis of doping control samples for Denis Alexeev the IOC has announced the disqualification of the Russian Men's 4x400m Relay team. This elevates the GB & NI team to third place. Therefore Martin Rooney should receive a bronze medal as he ran the fourth leg. Performances by Surrey athletes.
Competitors assemble for the Surrey 10,000 metres track Championship at Tooting Bec at midday on 27th August, 2016. After a torrid 25-lap battle, Matthew Sharp (HW) took back the title he won in 2014, which was exactly 40 years after his father Maurice won on the (then) cinder track at Wimbledon Park.
(Photo by David Cocksedge)
SEAA U15 & U20 INTER-COUNTY TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, HORSPATH, 21ST AUGUST 2016
EA U15/U17 COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS, BEDFORD, 20TH/21ST AUGUST 2016 - Congratulations to Alexa Eichelmann (Woking AC) on her third place in the Under-17 Women's Heptathlon with a score of 4576pts. SURREY MEDAL WINNERS.
SURREY COUNTY 5K ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON, 14TH AUGUST 2016 - RESULTS.
OLYMPIC GAMES, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, 5TH - 21ST AUGUST 2016
UKA have announced the selections for the GB & NI team. They include the following Surrey athletes:- James Dasaolu (100m & 4x100m - Croydon H); Martyn Rooney (400M & 4x400m - Croydon H); Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (4x100m - Sutton & District AC); Morgan Lake (High Jump - Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC) and Jade Lally (Discus - Shaftesbury Barnet H). SCHEDULE OF EVENTS WITH SURREY ATHLETES:
Friday, 12th August: Men's 400m Heats - Martyn Rooney 5th Heat 4 45.60.
Saturday, 13th August: Men's 100m Heats - James Dasaolu 3rd Heat 7 10.18/-0.4 q.
Sunday, 14th August: Men's 100m Semis - James Dasaolu 6th Semi-Final 3 of 3 10.16/0.0.
Monday, 15th August: Women's Discus Qualifying - Jade Lally 15th in Pool B 54.06m.
Thursday, 18th August: Women's High Jump Qualifying - Morgan Lake 5th Pool A 1.94m Q equals Surrey U20 record. Men's 4x100m Heats - Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (Leg 2) 4th Heat 2 38.06 q.
Friday, 19th August: Men's 4x100m Final - Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (Leg 2) 4th 37.98. Men's 4x400m Heats - GB disqualified for infringement on 2nd takeover after finishing 1st in second heat.
Saturday, 20th August: Women's High Jump Final - Morgan Lake =10th 1.93m.
SURREY UNDER-13 BOY'S 1500M BEST PERFORMANCE - Jaden Kennedy (Herne Hill H) recorded a time of 4:21.61 at the Hercules Wimbledon Sprint & Middle Distance Open Meeting held at Wimbledon Park on 3rd August 2016. This is the fastest known time by a Surrey Under-13 Boy for this distance. He now has the best times for both 800m & 1500m. Surrey All-time Best Performers for Under-13 Boys 1500m.
DEREK CROOKES UNDER-13 INTER-COUNTY TRACK & FIELD, KINGSMEADOW, 31ST JULY 2016
- Performances by Surrey athletes.
Congratulations to both of the Surrey Boys & Girls teams who won.The full results are available on the EVENT WEBSITE.
SURREY UNDER-17 WOMEN'S JAVELIN RECORD - Competing at the Schools International Meeting held at Ashford on 16th July 2016 Paula Holguin (Cambridge H) set a new record of 47.01m when finishing third in the Intermediate Girls 500g Javelin. She set the previous record of 46.95m in June at the Surrey Schools Championships. Surrey Under-17 Women Records.
- Bill died on 22nd July 2016 in a nursing home in St Catherines, Ontario, Canada. He is survived by his wife Maureen. Bill was a member of Sutton & Cheam Harriers where he was a coach from the 1950s through to the 1970s when he moved to Canada and coached there at Brock University. Bill's son Steve is compiling a memorial on Facebook. A Canadian obituary.
We thank Alex Fruin for this information.
SURREY SENIOR WOMEN'S 3000M STEEPLECHASE RECORD- Rosie Clarke (Epsom & Ewell Harriers) set a new record of 9:51.97 whilst competing in the Anniversary Games held in the Olympic Stadium, London on 23rd July 2016. This was her third Surrey record for the event this year. Her previous record of 9:52.20 was set in June. Surrey Senior Women Records.
ENGLISH SCHOOLS TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, GATESHEAD, 8TH/9TH JULY 2016 - SURREY MEDAL WINNERS (updated 26.07).
IAAF WORLD JUNIOR (UNDER-20) CHAMPIONSHIPS, BYDGOSZCZ, POLAND, 19TH - 24TH JULY 2016 - UKA have announced the "first wave" of selections for the GB & NI team. They include Rechmial Miller (100M - Hercules Wimbledon AC) and Imani Lansiquot (100M - Sutton & District AC).
In the "second & final wave" of selections announced on 5th July Zanson Plummer (4x100m Shaftesbury Barnet) was added to the team. Rechmial Miller and Imani Lansiquot were also included in the 4x100m relay squads.
19.07 JM 100M Rechmial Miller Heat 5 2nd 10.44/+0.6 Q.
20.07 JW 100M Imani Lansiquot Heat 3 1st 11.17/+1.7 Q SURREY U20 RECORD (previous record of 11.25 set by Imani in June). Surrey Under-20 Women Records.
20.07 JM 100M Rechmial Miller Semi-Final 3 3rd 10.37/+0.7 q; FINAL 8th 16.18/+0.2.
21.07 JW 100M Imani Lansiquot Semi-Final 1 1st 11.24/+0.7 Q; FINAL 4th 11.37/+0.9.
22.07 JM 4x100M Zanson Plummer Heat 1 (Leg 1) 1st 39.91 Q. NOTE. The GB U20W 4x100M which did not include Imani did not finish in Heat 2.
23.07 JM 4x100M Zanson Plummer FINAL (Leg 1) 6th 39.57.
EUROPEAN YOUTH (UNDER-18) CHAMPIONSHIPS, TBILISI, GEORGIA, 14TH - 17TH JULY 2016 - UKA have announced the selections for the GB & NI team. We congratulate the following Surrey athletes who have been selected:- Joseph Massimo (200M - Crawley AC) & Sam Talbot (Decathlon - Exeter H).
15.07 Boys 200M Joseph Massimo - Heat 4 8th 28.21/-1.3
16.07 Boys Decathlon Sam Talbot - 100M Heat 3 2nd 11.00/+1.5 (861pts); LJ Group A 1st 7.05m/+0.8 (826pts); SP Group B 7th 12.80m (655pts); HJ Group B 1st 1.93m (740pts); 400M Heat 3 3rd 50.30 (801pts).
17.07 Boys Decathlon Sam Talbot - 110MH Heat 3 1st 13.86/+1.9 (993pts); DT Group A NM (0pts); PV Group A 4th 4.00m (617pts); JT Group A 10th 49.68m (584pts); 1500m 8th 4:46.45 (640pts). Total score of 6717 points in 12th place.
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 6TH - 10TH JULY 2016 MARTIN ROONEY RETAINS 400M TITLE.
GOLD MEDAL FOR JAMES DASAOLU IN 4X100M RELAY.
UKA have announced the selections for the GB & NI team. They include the following Surrey athletes:- Martyn Rooney (400M defending champion - Croydon H); James Dasaolu (4x100m - Croydon H); Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (4x100m defending champion - Sutton & District AC); Johnny Hay (Half-Marathon Cup - Aldershot, Farnham & District); Adelle Tracey (800M - Guildford & Godalming AC); Rosie Clarke (3000m Steeplechase - Epsom & Ewell H); Jade Lally (Discus - Shaftesbury Barnet H); Morgan Lake (Heptathlon - Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC) and Lily Partridge (Half-Marathon Cup - Aldershot, Farnham & District AC).
Congratulations to Jade Lally who has been selected to carry the Union flag at the Opening Ceremony.
DAY 1 (Wednesday, 6th): Jade Lally threw 58.76m in the first round of Discus Pool B to qualify for the final on Friday. Martyn Rooney won Heat 3 of the 400m wiith a time of 46.57 to qualify for the semi-finals on Thursday. Adelle Tracey finished 6th in Heat 4 of the 800m with a time of 2:05.41 and did not qualify for the semi-finals.
DAY 2 (Thursday 7th): Martyn Rooney ran 45.04 to win the second of three semi-finals of 400m to qualify for Friday's final.
DAY 3 (Friday 8th): Morgan Lake finished 7th in the first heat of the Heptathlon 100m Hurdles with a time of 14.72/-0.9 (879pts). She jumped 1.89m (1093pts) in the High Jump the only competitor to jump higher than 1.80m to be placed equal third after 2 events. In the Heptathlon Shot Putt Morgan achieved a season's best of 13.24m (743pts) and lies 10th with 2715pts. Morgan did not start in the 200m and, therefore, has withdrawn from the event.
Rosie Clarke finished in 12th place in the second heat of the 3000m Steeplechase with a time of 10:00.25. Martyn Rooney won the final of the 400m in 45.29. Jade Lally threw 60.29m to finish 7th in the Discus Final.
DAY 4 (Saturday 9th): Men's 4x100m Heats - GB & NI won Heat 1 in 38.12 with James Dasaolu running the first leg..
DAY 5 (Sunday 10th): Lily Partridge finished in 53rd place in the Women's Half-Marathon Cup with a time of 1:16:57. Johnny Hay finished 77th in the Men's Half-Marathon Cup with a time of 1:10:08. James Dasaolu ran the first leg for the GB&NI team in the Men's 4x100m Final which they won in 38.17.
SURREY SENIOR WOMEN'S HAMMER RECORD - Competing at the SAL fixture held at Kingsmeadow on 18th June 2016 Pippa Wingate improved her existing record from 58.69m, set in August 2015, to 59.14m. Surrey Senior Women Records.
SURREY UNDER-17 WOMEN'S JAVELIN RECORD - Competing at the Surrey Schools Championships held at Kingsmeadow on 11th June 2016 Paula Holguin set a new record of 46.95m when winning the Intermediate Girls 500g Javelin. The previous record of 40.79m was set by Cathy Coleman on 16th August 2014. Surrey Under-17 Women Records.
SURREY COUNTY 10 MILE CHAMPIONSHIPS, DORKING, 5TH JUNE 2016 - RESULTS.
SURREY SENIOR MEN'S 300M RECORD- Martyn Rooney (Croydon H) set a new record of 32.71 when he finished second in the the 300 metres held in the Gouden Spike meeting in Leiden, Netherlands on 11th June 2016. The previous record of 32.89 was set by David McKenzie on 12th July 1996. Martyn now holds the County Senior records for 300m, 400m & 600m. Surrey Senior Men Records.
SURREY UNDER-20 MEN'S 110M HURDLES RECORD- Robert Sakala (Croydon H) set a new record of 13.76/+1.0 whilst competing in the Active Newham Open Series meeting held in Newham on 25th May 2016. The previous record was 13.81/+0.4 which was set by Rushane Thomas on 3rd August 2014. Surrey Under-20 Men Records.
SURREY UNDER-17 MEN'S 200M RECORD- Joseph Massimo (Crawley AC) set a new record of 21.36/+1.6 whilst competing in the British League Division 2 fixture held in Cardiff on 7th May 2016. The previous record was 21.65/+1.0 which was set by Uvie Ugono on 7th August 1994. Surrey Under-17 Men Records.
OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD RANKINGS 2016
- Following the County Campionships we have caught-up with the rankings.
We are still seeking volunteers to look after the female age group (U20/U17/U15/U13) listings. Anyone considering undertaking these tasks should contact Keith Burchell.
EA SENIOR / UNDER-20 COMBINED EVENTS CHAMPIONSHIPS, BEDFORD, 14TH/15TH MAY 2016
- Congratulations to Dylan Carlsson-Smith (Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers) for his victory in the Under-20 Decathlon and to Sam Talbot (Exeter) for his victory in the Under-18 Decathlon. Surrey medal winners.
Winner of the U20 Women's 200m at this year's Surrey Championship was Jemma Wood of Guildford & Godalming and making the medal presentation for that event was her mother Louise (nee Manning) - far right - who in 1983 won the U17 High Jump with a Championship Best Performance of 1.76m, a record that still stands today after 33 years. "How time flies," admitted a proud mother.
SURREY COUNTY HALF-MARATHON CHAMPIONSHIPS, RICHMOND, 1ST MAY 2016 - RESULTS.
SURREY SENIOR WOMEN'S 3000M STEEPLECHASE RECORD- Rosie Clarke (Epsom & Ewell Harriers) set a new record of 9:54.82 whilst competing in the Payton Jordan Invitational held in Palo Alto, Califonia on 1st May 2016. In the same race Molly Renfer (Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers) ran 10:10.51 which also beat the previous record. The previous record was 10:11.33 which was set by Molly Renfer at the same venue on 1st April. Surrey Senior Women Records.
RESPECT TO OUR TEAM MANAGERS - Surrey County Athletic Association does not accept or condone the use of offensive behaviour towards or abuse or bullying of team managers under any circumstances. Team managers are all volunteers and make their decisions on the basis of information available to them. While not everyone is likely to agree with all of their decisions they must respect them and all the hours of work and agonising that go into the difficult task these team managers carry out in the interests of encouraging athletics in the county
CARDIAC RISK IN THE YOUNG - England Athletics is publicising this charity.
CRY is a charity that was established to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to the sudden cardiac death of young people. They operate a screening programme at a number of clinics around the UK and support this with mobile units that travel to other locations.
Full information about CRY and their services can be found on their website at www.c-r-y.org.uk. Young people between the age of 14 and 35 who would like to have cardiac testing can go to www.testmyheart.org.
You can also see www.uka.org.uk/governance/health-safety/cardiac-screening-for-athletes/ for information on work being done by UKA in this area.
Following the death of a young member of Croydon Harriers, Mike Fleet has been promoting this charity for several years and anyone wishing to have copies of his photographs has been asked to make a donation to CRY. Further, he has been exchanging for donations bookmarks signed by famous athletes to raise funds for this charity. We thank those of you who have shown your support in the past.
NEW DATABASE FACILITY - It is now possible to review the performances by Surrey athletes at the Major International Championships. For example you can view all performances at the Olympic Games or finalists at the European Indoor Championships or medal winners at the Commonwealth Youth Games etc....... Click on "Results" above and then select "Major Championships". As always please let us know of any errors or ommissions. Webmaster.
SURREY COUNTY ATHLETICS HISTORICAL INFORMATION - CAN YOU HELP? - Keith Burchell currently holds the archives for the Surrey County AAA and Surrey County WAAA. These are far from being complete. If you have any past information such as programmes, committee minutes, championship results etc that you are thinking of disposing then please contact Keith. In particular, sets of County Championship results prior to 1980 are sought.
SURREY SCHOOLS ATHLETICS HISTORICAL INFORMATION - CAN YOU HELP? - Surrey Schools AA have had a request from Michael Stenning, as part of his family history research.
He wants to know if his aunt, Iris Marshall, won the girls hurdles at Surrey Schools T&F at Motspur Park between 1934-39.
Another request for any old programmes from Surrey Schools in the 1934-39 period, and also for 1954 Surrey Schools T&F Champs. Please contact Peter Shilling.
SURREY ALL-TIME RANKINGS - We have compiled "All-time Rankings" based upon data we have for previous rankings. As these are incomplete it is possible that some performances have been missed - please contact Pete Mulholland with any further performances that should be included. Performances are only eligible for athletes who were Surrey-qualified at the time of setting the performance. The names and clubs shown are those of the athlete at the time the performance was set.
RESULTS ARCHIVE- On this website you will find results of previous County Championships. To find out what is available then click on the buttons below:-
The Track & Field Championships database has recently had the complete results of the 2015 Main Championships plus the full results of the 1975 Championships included. This means that we now have full results for 40 years available for you to access. Result sheets in the past did not show the first names of athletes so many are missing from the database. If you are able to add to this information then please contact Webmaster. There are over 83,000 individual performances from past Track & Field Championships stored within the database.
FORMS FOR PHOTO-FINISH, RACE CLOCK & RADIOS SCAA has (a) photo finish, (b) a race clock and (c)
radios for hire. You can download forms to book either the race clock or
the radios by clicking on the buttons below. The forms come in either MS
Word or Adobe PDF format. Please note that there are two different forms
for the photo finish - one for organisations affiliated to SCAA and one
for other organisations.