Event Results Round-Up: Track & Field & Road Running (31st May - 18th June)

In the space of three weeks, club athletes have been busy competing at track and field and road running events featuring junior and senior members.

There were track and field open meetings held during the May half term holidays in East and North Wales before the British Milers Club PB Classic made a return at four locations in England.

Elsewhere, the club hosted the second Welsh Junior League - West Wales Division in mid-June which saw an excellent turn out at the Johnstown track. Road Running fixtures included the Three Parks Challenge and Swansea Bay 5K Series.

Below are the Carmarthen Harriers club results from events held between May 31st and June 18th at Newport, Bangor, Llandeilo, Millfield/Oxford/Birmingham/Watford, Cardiff, Swansea, Carmarthen and Chelmsford.

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Welsh Athletics Endurance Open Meeting 1 - Newport Athletics Stadium (Wednesday 31st May)

Newport Athletics Stadium was the venue for the first Welsh Athletics Endurance Open Meeting of the season on Wednesday 31st May.

Clubmates Jessica Hyland and Carys Wood competed over the 1500m distance, finishing in 4:49.55 and 5:32.76 respectively.

The 3000m was well represented, with Sam Griffiths clocking 9:36.36 and followed by the quartet of Jake Lynock (9:55.12), Joshua Barnett (9:58.40), Amelia Williams (10:32.05) and Frances Mackie (11:16.01).


Menai Sprints & Field Events Open Meeting - Treborth Athletics Track, Bangor (Wednesday 31st May)

On the same evening in North Wales, five Carmarthen Harriers junior members travelled to Treborth Athletics Track in Bangor to take part in the Menai Sprints & field events open.

Getting involved over five disciplines were:

Beatrice Morgan: 100m (12.81), 200m (26.80) & Long Jump (4.98m), Anest Jones: 100m (14.58) & 200m (29.38), Paige-lily Williams: 200m (33.47), Long Jump (3.62m) & Shot Put (5.16m), Florence Morgan: 75m (13.60) & Long Jump (2.47m) and Tayla Williams: Long Jump (2.08m) & Shot Put (2.78m)



Three Parks Challenge - Llandeilo (Friday 2nd June)

On Friday evening, 2nd June, this event made a return in Llandeilo and saw Harriers senior members Jack Tremlett and Liz Tremlett cross the line in 40:48 and 47:05, with the latter finishing as the third female in her category.


British Milers Club PB Classic - Oxford & Millfield (Saturday 3rd June)

At the latest British Milers Club PB Classic fixtures, which took place at Oxford and Millfield on Saturday afternoon 3rd June, Amelia Williams (Millfield – 4:47.82) picked up a new personal best in the 1500m.

Joining her over the longer 3000m distance at both venues was Iwan Thomas (Oxford - 8:56.92), Finley Bruce (Millfield - 9:21.57) and Jessica Hyland (Millfield - 10:40.98).


Cardiff Metropolitan University Graded Sprints & Jumps Open Meeting - National Indoor Athletics Centre, Cardiff (Sunday 4th June)

Cardiff Metropolitan University provided indoor track and field graded sprints and jumps open at the National Indoor Athletics Centre where Jessica Lee (Long Jump - 3.62m) and Mia Lloyd (Ambulant 100m - 26.99) took full advantage in the 100m and long jump.


British Milers Club Grand Prix Races - Birmingham University & Watford (Wednesday 7th June, Wednesday 14th June)

At the BMC Gold Standard race in Birmingham University, Iestyn Williams returned home from university in America with a 3:47.50 lifetime best performance in the 1500m.

Seven days later, Williams travelled further South to the English Capital to Watford, clocking 1:51.27 in the men's B 800m


Welsh Athletics Run With The Wind Sprints & Field Events Open Meeting - Cardiff International Sports Stadium (Saturday 10th June)

A fortnight before the Welsh Athletics Senior & U15 championships will be held, Welsh Athletics hosted its second Run With The Wind Sprints & Field Events Open Meeting at Leckwith.

Mia Lloyd recorded a time of 26.99 in the 100m followed by a personal best throw of 14.17m in the discus. Elsewhere on the field, Jessica Lee jumped a best of 5.76m in the long jump in the sixth round. Storm Evans once again threw over 40 metres in the discus, with 40.12m in Cardiff.


Swansea Bay 5K Summer Series - Swansea (Wednesday 14th June)

In the second race of the summer series, Carys Wood completed the Swansea Bay 5K on Wednesday evening in a time of 21 minutes 34 seconds, as the thirteenth female finisher overall.


Welsh Junior League 2 - West Wales Division - Carmarthen Leisure Centre Athletics Track (Sunday 21st May)

After last month's successful event in Neath, it was the turn of Carmarthen Harriers to host the Welsh Junior League - West Wales division at the Leisure Centre Track in Johnstown on Saturday 17th June.

In the second of three fixtures, a total of 278 junior athletes from seven clubs - Bridgend AC, Carmarthen Harriers, Llanelli AAC, Neath Harriers, Pembrokeshire Harriers, Swansea Harriers and TROTS - entered which offered every track and field event throughout the day.

The junior league gives the opportunity for athletes in the younger age groups (under 11, under 13 and under 15) to get involved and the day concluded with the 4 x 100m relays which saw many athletes participate.

An excellent number of seventy-four athletes competed in the vests of Carmarthen Harriers on their home track. It was great to see so many members from the club making their competition debut here, the U11's and U13's in particular.

Thanks to all the qualified officials, club volunteers and parents who helped out during the day on the track, field and behind the scenes.



List of Results here by age group:

Under 11:

Amelie Anthony - 75m (13.4); 150m (27.15); Long Jump (2.95m)

Anya Walters - 75m (12.2); 150m (24.94)

Ayla Jones - 75m (12.18); 150m (26.23)

Bethan Hampshire - 150m (26.79); 800m (3:26.66)

Ellie Sofia Smith - 150m (32.62); 800m (4:00.14)

Elsa Burson - 75m (12.8)

Emily Evans-Williams - 800m (2:57.55)

Emma Grehan - Long Jump (2.00m)

Erica Broome - 75m (13.6); 150m (27.63)

Erin Davies - 75m (12.47); 150m (25.42); Long Jump (2.62m)

Ffion Mason - 75m (13.8); 800m (3:42.83)

Florence Morgan - 75m (13.6); Long Jump (2.83m); Javelin (8.27m)

Lliwen Fflur Schiavone-Ifan - 75m (15.0)

Mared Rees - 800m (3:24.36)

Mila Evans - 75m (12.2); 150m (24.91)

Nansi Howells - 75m (13.4); Long Jump (2.76m)

Sophie Mason - Long Jump (1.84m)

Tayla Williams - 800m (3:43.15); Javelin (7.15m); Shot (3.48m)

Teaghan Williams - 800m (3:16.59)

Zara Evans - 75m (12.56); 150m (26.15)

Alfie Richards - Long Jump (2.97m)

Alfie Wills - 75m (12.63); 150m (24.91)

Dafydd Williams - 75m (11.8); 150m (23.79)

Deian Morgan - 800m (3:15.92)

Efan Morgan - 75m (12.44); 150m (24.44)

Jac Hughes - 75m (12.9); Long Jump (2.51m)

Jasper Davis - 800m (2:49.75)

Macsen Davies - 150m (26.47); 800m (3:02.21)

Steffan James - 150m (24.46); 800m (2:55.09)


Under 13:

Alesha Evans - 100m (17.79); 200m (37.04)

Abbey Whittal-Williams - 75m Hurdles (15.65)

Beca Elfyn - 100m (14.10); 200m (29.19); Long Jump (4.10m)

Efa Maliphant - 100m (15.86); 75m Hurdles (14.55)

Emily Jones - 800m (3:16.8)

Eva Davies - 75m Hurdles (13.32); 800m (2:40.1); Long Jump (3.65m)

Ffion Jones - 100m (13.81); 70m Hurdles (12.28); Long Jump (3.75m)

Honey Davis - 800m (2:56.3)

Lily Saint - 1000m Walk (6:28.3); High Jump (1.10m)

Lois Rees - 100m (15.17)

Lowri Morgan - 1500m (5:24.33)

Mali Griffiths - 800m (3:05.9)

Megan Evans - 100m (15.35); 200m (32.02)

Menna Fielder-Hobbs - 100m (15.30); 70m Hurdles (13.00); High Jump (1.20m)

Paige-lily Williams - 800m (2:56.2); Javelin (9.04m); Shot (5.09m)

Phoebe Jayne Lewis - 70m Hurdles (15.11)

Seren Bowen - 100m (14.91); 70m Hurdles (14.89); High Jump (1.10m)

Buddy Evans - Discus (23.26m); Shot (8.70m)

Dion Rees Jones - 100m (16.75); Javelin (16.31m)

Gethin Mason - 75m Hurdles (17.2)

Gethin Thomas - 800m (2:44.9)

Harri Blue - High Jump (1.15m); Long Jump (3.24m); Javelin (22.17m)

Lucas Carpenter - 100m (15.2); High Jump (1.30m)

Michael Thomas - 100m (15.17); 800m (2:49.1)

Oscar Toogood - 800m (2:39.9); Long Jump (3.58m)

Owen Davies - 800m (2:54.0)

Tomos Cai Davies - 200m (30.63); 800m (2:23.7)


Under 15:

Anastasia Eggleston-Stoker - 800m (2:44.4)

Anest Jones - 100m (13.67); 200m (27.96)

Beatrice Morgan - 100m (12.95); 200m (26.59); Long Jump (4.73m)

Chloe Thomas - Discus (14.49m); Shot (8.69m)

Dolly Evans - Discus (28.90m)

Esme Lynock - 1500m (5:45.57)

Gwenan Fflur Jones - 100m (14.33); 200m (30.33); High Jump (1.30m)

Macy Blue - 1500m (5:24.40)

Nansi Griffiths - 1500m (4:58.44)

Rhiannon Milligan - 100m (15.4); 75m Hurdles (17.6)

Summer Evans - Discus (23.73m); Javelin (32.31m)

Cian Llyr Maddocks - Javelin (15.76m)

Dafydd Davies - Javelin ()

David Thomas - Discus (34.93m); Shot (10.71m)

Jimmy Davis - 800m (2:45.3)

Sam Griffiths - 1500m (4:39.08)

Toby Anthony - 800m (2:28.9)

The third and final fixture of the season takes place at Swansea University Athletics Track, hosted by Swansea Harriers on Sunday 20th August, with entries set to open in the final week of July.



England Athletics U20 Track & Field Championships 2023 - Chelmsford Athletics Track (Sunday 18th June)

In her first year as an under 20, heptathlete bronze-medallist Jessica Lee made the journey to Chelsmford for the England Athletics U20 Athletics Championships.

The under 20 women's long jump was timetabled on Sunday afternoon, with Lee jumping a best of 5.83m in the opening round, continuing her consistent results.