- GO GOLD Athlete
- British Athletics
- Rawlins Academy
- Achievements from Application:
- Indoor England Athletics National Champion U17 60m hurdles
- Bronze Medal 100m Hurdles at English Schools
This athlete also receives free leisure facility access from: Charnwood Borough Council & Fusion Lifestyle
Loughborough Last Race
On the 26th August 2017 I ran in the 110m Hurdles at the Loughborough AC Open. I won the race and ran 14.10 seconds which was quite surprising and quick. This was my last race for the season. I am looking forward to a good winters training and coming out next season strong. Thanks for your support over the year it is much appreciated.
9th Sep, 2017
Diamond League Connect Relay
On Sunday 20th August I competed at the Connect Relays representing Charnwood. This was before the Diamond League Meeting at Birmingham. We came third in the relay and it was fun to compete and take in a full crowd atmosphere. it was also great to watch Mo Farah last track race ever. The season is now coming to an end so thanks for all your support.
22nd Aug, 2017
Promotion for Charnwood AC
I competed in the last couple of YDL meetings for the U20 team. The last meeting was playoff in Derby for the top teams to be promoted to the Premier Division. I finished first in the 110m Hurdles third in the 100m and first in the 4x100m Relay. Charnwood finished the meeting in 1st position and this is great news to be promoted to the Premier Division. This bodes well for next seasons competitions. Well done to all the Charnwood athletes who made this possible.
More Information: http://www.ukydl.org.uk/2017_UAG_League%20Table_MIDLAND.pdf
5th Aug, 2017
English Schools Bronze Medal
On Saturday 8th July I competed at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham for Leicestershire Schools in the English Schools Championships. I finished third in a strong heat to make the final of the Senior Boys 110mH running a new PB of 14.09 secs. In the final I finished third in a new PB of 13.89 winning a Bronze medal. I was so pleased to have medalled again and run under 14 seconds for the first this year. After injuring my hamstring back in early April I am very pleased with my progress and performance. Thanks again for your support.
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/21899
10th Jul, 2017
YDL meeting Loughborough
On Sunday I competed at the YDL Meeting at my home track in Loughborough. I have been restricted in the amount of competing recently due to my Hamstring injury. I ran 14.15 seconds which was a PB and only the third U20 110mH Hurdles race this year outdoors. I am pleased with how I am progressing and now look forward to competing at the English Schools Championships In July.
25th Jun, 2017
Commonwealth Youth Games
On Saturday I ran at Bedford in the U18 110m Hurdles. After a great start I finished third in the race in a time of 13.83 seconds. I am pleased with my result on the day as I had torn my Hamstring in April. I had to work hard to get back to fitness and now just lack race fitness. I can at least say I managed to run the qualifying time without being fully fit. Thanks for your support
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/21605
20th Jun, 2017
Leicestershire County Schools Champion
I competed at the County Schools Championships at Saffron Lane Leicester. I won the U20 110m Hurdles in 14.40 seconds it was a very windy race. This was my second race back after my hamstring injury and I felt great. I can hopefully now push on and try to show the good form prior to my injury. Thanks for your support.
13th Jun, 2017
U18 Hurdles Bedford
On Saturday 27th May 2017 I ran at the U18 Hurdles races in Bedford. This was my first competitive races since an injury to my hamstring in April. I ran 13.96 seconds and 14.21 seconds which was a disappointment as I had been running much faster before the injury. I have to take the positives and be glad that I am back running and healthy again.
29th May, 2017
Hinckley Cycle Racing Club 25 Mile
It was a great honour to be invited to the Hinckley Cycle Time Trials. Many thanks to Mick Wills who organised a great event to raise Charity Funds for the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre. I was asked to present medals and Trophies to the winners and runners up. It was really inspirational to meet Luke Wigman who was left with severe injuries and loss of sensation to his left knee after stepping on a IED (improvised explosive devise) in Afghanistan. Great speech great event.
More Information: http://www.hinckleycrc.org/Documents/4up%202017%20Start%20Sheet%20v4.pdf
9th May, 2017
I competed at my first outdoor competition at Loughborough. I ran my first U18 110m Hurdles race of the season. The time was 13.54 seconds with a tail wind of +2.1 which was only just over the legal wind speed. I was pleased with my run and expect to go quicker over the net few races over the U18 110m Hurdles.
5th Apr, 2017
Last Indoor Open Meeting
I competed at the last Birmingham Open Meeting on Sunday 19th March 2017. I ran my first 110m Hurdles race of the season. My time was 14.43 seconds which was not a bad time for my first journey over this new distance and height of hurdles. I ended my Indoor season ranked number one in the UK which I was pleased with. Bring on the Outdoors. Thanks for your support.
21st Mar, 2017
Welsh Indoor International
On Sunday 5th March 2017 I competed at the Wales International Indoor meeting in Cardiff. This was first appearance representing England in an England vest. I won the U20 Men`s 60m Hurdles in 7.88 seconds which was my second best time of the Indoor season. I was very proud to represent my country and look forward to doing this again soon. Thank you for your continued support Go Gold.
More Information: http://welshresults.athletics-uk.org/Web_Directory/T20R.html
8th Mar, 2017
National Indoor Champion
I competed at the National indoor Championships hosted by the EIS in Sheffield. I qualified from my heat in a time of 7.92 seconds which was a new PB for the season. In the final I got a great start I was leading after the first three hurdles. By the fifth hurdle I was neck and neck with another contender. I managed to hang on and win Gold in 7.80 seconds which is a massive PB considering this is my first year as an Under 20 athlete. I now go on to represent England at the Wales International in Cardiff.
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/20692
28th Feb, 2017
Midlands Champion 2017
I competed at the Midlands Indoor Championships hosted by the Barclaycard Arena Birmingham on Saturday 11th February 2017. It was a straight final for the Under 20s Men's 60 Hurldes. I won the final in 8.00 seconds which I was pleased with as I have been carrying an injury. I have not been able to train fully in the last few sessions. But I am very pleased to be the Champion again.
14th Feb, 2017
London Games Another PB
I competed at the Lee Valley Indoor Athletics stadium on 28/1/17. I won my first 60m Hurdles race in 7.95 seconds which is a PB for the season so far. It is also another sub 8 second run. I finished second in my second 60m Hurdles race running a time of 8.01 seconds. Thank you for your support GoGold.
31st Jan, 2017
Finishline Sheffield Open
I competed at the EIS in Sheffield 21/1/17. I won my 60m Hurdles race in 8.04 seconds which I am pleased with. This was not far off another sub 8 seconds race. I also ran my first Indoor 200m race in 23.00 seconds. I feel my Indoor season is going well and am looking forward to competing at Lee Valley in London next weekend.
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/19992
24th Jan, 2017
Sub 8 Seconds Birmingham Open
I competed at Birmingham on 15/1/17. This was my second Indoor 60m Hurdles race as an under 20. I won my first race in 7.98 seconds which was a fantastic time for my second ever race as an Under 20. In my second race over the hurdles I felt quicker but hit a couple of hurdles but still ran 8.04 which was a good time. With my first run it has placed me second in the UK rankings. My goal was to achieve a sub 8 second run so I am very pleased with my performance so far.
17th Jan, 2017
First Indoor 60m Hurdles race
Thank you to GO GOLD for your continued support this year. I am hoping to have another sucessful season. I competed in early December at the EIS in Sheffield. This is my first year as an Under 20. I got a PB in the 60m flat. In my first Under 20 60m Hurdles I ran 8.11 seconds which was a good opening time and placed me 8th and inside the Top Ten on the Power of 10. I now look forward to Birmingham next week.
8th Jan, 2017
Athletics Weekly Magazine
I was honoured to be interviewed by Athletics Weekly for a two page piece on my season. It was exciting to be selected by the magazine to be a part of their "Young Athlete" section. It was great to see that I had been getting recognition for the amazing season. During the interview I acknowledged that the Go Gold funding had contributed to my successful season. Thanks again for my funding it is much appreciated.
16th Oct, 2016
School Games Champion 2016
I competed at the School Games on the 2nd September 2016 which was held in my home town of Loughborough. I competed in the same competition last year and finished fourth. I ran a really good race representing the Midlands team. I won the Gold medal in a time of 12.85 seconds which was just outside the Championship Record. I also competed in the 4x100m Relay and again won a Gold medal with my team mates from the Midlands team. This was my last race as an Under 17 and it has been a very sucessful season. Thanks Go Gold.
3rd Sep, 2016
Silver Medal England Athletic Outdoor Championships 2016
I competed at the England Athletic Outdoor Champioships at Bedford on Sunday 28th August 2016. I won my Semi Final in 13.02 seconds and felt good for the Final. In the Final I hit a few hurdles and finished second in a time of 12.98 seconds. I am very pleased with my performance and this Silver medal is my third National medal this year. I am now looking forward to running well in the School Games in my hometown of Loughborough. Thanks Go Gold.
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/19907
29th Aug, 2016
Midlands Champion 2016
I competed at the Midlands Championships at the Pingles Stadium, Nuneaton. I ran in the100m Hurdles heat which I won in a time of 12.98s. The final was a couple of hours later and I won in a time of 12.86s which was just outside the Championship Best time which was 12.82s. I was pleased I ran sub 13.00 seconds in both races and retained my title I won last year. Thanks again for your support Go Gold.
15th Aug, 2016
Sainsburys School Games 2016
I have been selected to represent the Midlands team in the School Games. This is the second time I have been selected to do the 100m Hurdles. I came fourth last year so I am hoping to get on the podium this year. The event is to be held in my hometown of Loughborough so it is very exciting for me. I will be also be in the team for the 4x100m Relay. The School Games will be on Friday 2nd September 2016.
More Information: http://www.2016schoolgames.com/
26th Jul, 2016
English Schools Bronze Medal
On Friday 8th July and Saturday 9th July 2016 Gateshead Stadium hosted the English Schools Athletics. I competed in the Intermediate Boys 100m Hurdles Final and won a Bronze medal narrowly missing out on Silver by 0.02 of a second. I was disappointed not to win the Final, but on reflection this will make me more determined for success. This is my second National Medal this year and I am looking forward to the rest of the season. Thanks for your support GoGold
More Information: http://www.runjumpthrow.com/videos/19397
10th Jul, 2016
Leicestershire and Rutland County Schools Championships
I competed at Saffron Lane in the Leicestershire and Rutland County Schools Championships. I won the100m hurdles in a new Championship Best Time of 13.00 seconds. The record was previously held by someone back in 2004. So it was great to finally beat the old record of 13.2 seconds. I also competed in the relay for my school and we came second. So it was a good day all round.
Thanks again GoGold.
14th Jun, 2016