Although not large in number the Blackheath & Bromley athletes won more than their fair share of medals at the England Athletics Indoor Championships for under 20s, 17s and 15s at Sheffield. The Club now has four newly crowned champions, plus three runners up and two bronze medallists.

After winning the bronze medal last year, Kerri Davidson was crowned National indoor under 20 womens triple jump champion winning with a seasons best of 12.24, to add to the outdoor title she won last Summer. She is also the reigning English Schools champion.

In the under 17s age group Molly Scott had a very busy but extremely successful weekend. She won the 60 metre hurdles in 8.51 with Isabella Hilditch in third with 8.64, just one hundredth of a second off clear of fourth.

The 60 metres was even closer where Molly was second in 7.58 two hundredths off winning but the same time as the third and fourth placers.

Katie Ann McDonald did not make the final of the 800 having finished 2nd in her heat in 2.19.42, but she made up for this by winning the 1500 metres in 4.42.16.

In the field new member Divine Oladipo took the silver medal in the shot with a throw of 14.20.

Parris Johnson and Magda Cienciala both made the semi finals of the 60 metres; Jamilya Robinson Pascal was 8th in the long jump with 5.23; and Toyin Orelaja was 15th in the triple jump leaping 10.49. Second claim member Shaye Emmett was 4th in the pole vault with a clearance of 3.50.

Henry James Cowie is a National Champion. He won the 800 metres in the under 15s in 2.08.77. The Club got a full range of medals in this age group thanks to the efforts of Eloise Locke and Eve Keith in the shot. Eloise was second with a throw of 12.33 and Eve third with 11.65. Karina Harris was 11th in the long jump with a distance of 4.94.

Many Club members are building up for this years London Marathon and are racing on the roads in preparation. Peter Tucker was 21st in the Bath Half Marathon in 71.55 with Fintan Parkinson 62nd in 75.24.

Nineteen Club members took part in the Thanet 20 with Paul Sharpe first home in 11th place in 2.15.18. Carole Penlington was 34th in 2.23.04 with Graham Hollingdale 48th in 2.28.31, Ian Mongomery 59th (2.33.37); Steve Pairman 64th (2.34.53), Alexis Tobin 82nd (2.41.18), Sarah Belaon 83rd (2.41.41); Glen Read 97th (2.44.36), John Turner 107th (2.47.00), Deniz Mehmed 119th (2.48.29), Gareth Griffin 132nd (2.49.50), Jamie Muir 138th (2.51.04), Chris Pike 145th (2.52.27), Adrian Stocks 156th (2.54.30), John Fenwick 164th (2.57.34), Gerry Alger 194th (3.08.26), Dick Griffin 205th (3.13.16) and Zoe Kingsmell 256th (3.50.34).

The Walkers have also been in action with Roger Michell and Peter Hannell competing in the Inter Area Masters Championships at Lee Valley. Roger was third in the 2000 metres in 10.58.93 with Peter 8th in 12.44.41.