Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers claim a substantial medals haul at Middlesex Championships

By Dominique Stafford in Athletics

COMPETITORS from Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers secured an impressive haul of 11 golds out of their overall tally of 31 medals at the Middlesex Athletics Champions at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre on Saturday.

Andrew Nicolaou produced the outstanding performance of the day in the boys’ under-15 100metres, claiming victory in a time of 11.18seconds – just one-hundreth of a second outside the club record.

Mittio Mohammadian was a double winner at men’s under-17 level, taking the 400m in a personal best 52.28scs and the 800m in 2minutes 4.11secs.

The other gold medals were won by Micah Agyepong in the men’s under-17 200m (a personal best 22.82secs), Tariq Wild in the boys’ under-15 200m (a personal best 23.56secs), Finn Harvey in the men’s under-17 1,500m (a personal best 4mins 19.46secs), Amber Duverney in the girls’ under-15 75m hurdles (a personal best 11.90secs), Sophia Obi in the women’s under-17 80m hurdles (12.02secs), Jeff Hagan in the boys’ under-15 triple jump (11.94m), Alando Alfred in the senior men’s triple jump (14.31m) and Michael Nicholls in the senior men’s discus (a personal best 45.63m).

Remi Jokosenumi won silver in the boys’ under-15 200m, a result matched by Gilad Nachshen in the boys’ under-15 800m, Mo Mohamed in the senior men’s 800m, Alessa Lewis in the women’s under-20 long jump and Cristina Potter in the women’s under-17 shot.

There were bronze medals on the track for Wild in the boys’ under-15 100m, Esther Fastuade in the girls’ under-15 100m, Agye-pong in the men’s under-17 100m, Latifah Harris-Osman in the women’s under-17 100m, Phoenix Lyon in the men’s under-20 100m and 200m, Potter in the women’s under-17 300m, Anthony Khoraasandjian in the men’s under-17 400m, Josephine Chad-wick in the women’s under-17 800m and Samuel Greenstein in the boys’ under-13 1,500m.

The field events saw Chima Onoura claim bronze in the boys’ under-15 long jump, a result matched by Evelyne Fonteyne in the girls’ under-15 long jump, Rosalind Zeffertt in the senior women’s long jump, Louisa Pitsialis in the women’s under-20 hammer and Potter in the women’s under-17 javelin.

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