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Senior Awards Night

Congratulations to all award winners. Below is a list of those picking up the trophies.

Track/Field & Cross Country

Senior Performance of the year Track:    Dean Showler-Davis
Senior Performance of the year Field:     Sam Sleap
British Athletics League Clubman:          Ben Hazell  
Senior Man Cross Country:                      Jermaine Mays 
Most promising New Male Athlete to BAL  Owen Richardson
Southern Men’s League Clubman:          Joe Flitcroft 
Veteran Athlete Man:                             Ray Watkins  

Senior Performance of the year Track:      Gemma Wildash
Senior Performance of the year Field:       Evie Wilcox
Southern Women’s League Clubwomen:    Rebecca Sleap
Senior Women’s Newcomer to the Team:  Lucy Wildash
Senior Women Cross Country:                   Angela Goodwin
Most promising New Female Athlete:      Gemma Finch
Veteran Athlete Women:                         Maria Henry

Roger Hazell Memorial Trophy (Official);  Jackie Tobin 

Road & Trail Runners

The club runs a championships comprising 16 races over the year, with awards for the top 3 male & female runners.
Winners for 2013-14 were
1st Alex Hamilton
2nd Matt Shaylor
3rd Andy Waddington
1st Angela Goodwin
2nd Charlotte Earl
3rd Caroline Partner

Alongside the main championships are age-graded awards. These use scoring tables that adjust performance based on age and gender. BMH award prizes to the top 3 men and women.
Winners for 2013-14 were
1st Russell Burton
2nd Andy Waddington
3rd Alex Hamilton
1st Angela Goodwin
2nd Jenny Froud
3rd Charlotte Earl

In addition we award a trophy for the best age graded performance. This went to Russell Burton who could boast the top 5 leading scores.

The club asks it's members to vote on two categories, Runner of the year and most improved runner.
The most improved runner was Matt Lyness, who took an already impressive park run time of 19.15 down to 17.59 this year and ran the recent club mile in 5min18. Matt also completed the Basingstoke half marathon in 1h24mins, and improvement of 6 minutes on his previous best.

The Runner of the year award went to Graham Hall who took over quarter of
an hour off his marathon time to dip below 3 hours at Brighton, a mark
he subsequently improved at Berlin last month.

Junior Awards Night

Congratulations to all our award winners announced at the club Junior Awards Night
For all those that were not able to make it you can pick up your awards from the club hut on training nights.
The 2013-2014 year book is a great record of the past season. If you missed out you can pick up your copy for £5 from Sue Scouler, again on training nights
Below is a list of the main award winners:

U13 Boy track:   Ben Pattison,
U13 Boy field:  
Reece Newell,  
U13 Boy winter:
Joe Gasson,
U13 Girl track:   Catherine Edwards,  
U13 Girl field:   
Ella Thomson,  
U13 Girl winter:
Rebecca Poole,

U15 Boy track:   Harry Richardson,
U15 Boy field:  
Malachi Gair,   
U15 Boy winter:
James Beeks,
U15 Girl track:   Mair Edwards,
U15 Girl field:
Amelia Cook
U15 Girl winter:
Lucy Wildash,
U17 Boy track:   Owen Richardson.
U17 Boy field:
Jack Burkhill,
U17 Boy winter:
Ollie Butler
U17 Girl track:   Devon Brimecome 
U17 Girl field:  
Evie Wilcox
U17 Girl winter: Gemma Wildash

U20 Man & U20 Woman: Tobin Hatton-Brown & Gemma Finch, 
Most Promising New Athlete Male: Ali Johnson
Most Promising New Athlete Female: Isabel Pinder,
Most Improved Junior Athlete Male: Malachi Gair
Most Improved Junior Athlete Female:  
Maddie Deadman
Ian Stevenson Award for best Middle Distance Youth: Charlie Sheridan
Colin Robinson Award for best Sprint Performance: Mair Edwards
John Lansley Awards Male & Female: Luca Chiossone 289 pts, Mair Edwards 259 pts


English Schools Combined Events

Six BMHAC athletes qualified for the championships but injury prevented Devon Brimecome and Tobin Hatton-Brown in competing. Though the Saturday weather started well it cooled during the day and Sunday even more so due to a cold wind from the north. Malachi Gair in the junior boys Pentathlon (5 events) recorded personal bests in the 80m hurdles and 800m to finish 14th with a points total and club record of 2567.Milly Cook competing in the junior girls Pentathlon put in solid performances in all her events despite a cut and bruising to her knee sustained in the first event (hurdles) and increasingly cold weather to finish 24th with a points total of 2598. Senior boy Jonty Davidson in the Decathlon (10 events) had a very good first day with pb in the 100m and high jump, but was unable to continue the second day due to an ankle injury. Meanwhile over the two days senior girl Gemma Finch in the Heptathlon (7 events) was picking up the points with PB in 100m hurdles and shot, and 1cm shy of equalling high jump pb. In the final event she recorded the fastest 800m time to give a points total and pb of 4396 and finishing 6th.

Basingstoke & Mid-Hants Athletic Club Speed Decathlon
Saturday 27th September 2014
at Down Grange Athletic Track Basingstoke.
Club Championships

Come and support the athletes from all over the country as they attempt the 10 decathlon events in one hour at the Down Grange on Saturday. Starts at 9:30am and will be going until about 17.00.


Over a 120 Club athletes competed in the Club Championships on a sunny and warm afternoon. Despite coming towards the end of the season, the quality was still high and performances were good, while a few newcomers had their first taste of competition. There were numerous personal best performances backed by the accuracy of the new electronic timing photo finish system used for the first time at Down Grange, the Team working this system operated everything magnificently producing results very quickly.

Some of the standout performances were from Isabell Pinder winner of the under 11 Girls Championship who recorded 11.01 for the 75 m and 1.57.78 for the 600 m while in the under 11 Boys 600 m Richard Sutton ran 1.51.94. Winner of the u 13 Boys competition Ben Pattison recorded 12.93 in the 100 m and 2.10.90 for 800 m. Mair Edwards recorded electronic bests in the 100 m with 12.50 and 25.32 in the 200 m to keep her high rankings in the Power of 10 rankings while sister Catherine Edwards ran 11.88 in the u13 75m hurdles.

On the field Gwen Leeming’s throw in the u 15 Hammer of 31.90 put her 50th in the National rankings while Ali Johnson long jumped 6.25 to go 39th in the u 17 rankings. Malachi Gair maintained his form with another 1.84 high jump.
So another good Championships

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Report by Ian Byett

Under 15/17 England Championships

Well done to  Owen Richardson , Malachi Gair, Mair Edwards Evie Wilcox  who competed at the England U15/17 Championships at Bedford on Saturday and Sunday 30/31st Aug.
Owen  Richardson (U17) ran himself into 2nd place in the 400m only 2hundreths from first place on the finishing line, in 49.22 with the winner piping him 49.20, this was a very close race throughout.
Malachi Gair(U15) jumped into silver medal position 1.86 in the HJ equalling the height of the winner who won English Schools championship, losing only on count back.
Evie Wicox threw a pb of 39.76 in the U17W Discus in the first event of the Championship to gain 5th place in a very close contest.
Mair Edwards( U15)sprinted in fine form to come 2nd in her 200m heat which qualified her for the semi final in 25.23, a time which she improved in her semi final to 25.12 almost equalling her seasons best. In her first National final she was a very creditable 6th with some top class athletes not far in front.
Congratulations to their coaches for their hard work in preparing the athletes for competition.

Report by J Tobin


BAL Promotion achieved.

BAL team

After struggling most of the afternoon to stay in front of Kingston & Poly the main rivals for promotion from the National Division 2 and also languishing in 6th place with 2/3 rds. of the programme completed . The Team then scored a remarkable 120 points of the 144 points on offer for the last 6 events to win the match by 1 point and gain promotion.

The old adage every point counts rang true and despite some early set backs in the match the squad came through and there were some very strong performances late on as the weather deteriorated and the rain lashed down. The 2 Relays at the end saw a great display of baton changing in the conditions as the 4 x 100m Team scored an excellent victory and then the 4 x 400m Team came home 2nd to secure the match win although the final result wasn't declared until sometime after the race had finished. The 4 x 100 team being Owen Richardson, Dean Showler-Davis, Myles Richardson and Kieran Showler-Davis and 4 x 400 quartet being Jon Elderfield, Hayden Carter, Matthew Lavoipierre and Dean Showler-Davis

The middle distance Men stepped up strongly to help the push and Hayden Carter finished very fast to win the 800 m in 1.53.80 while Tom Sycklemore after a long time out with injury placed 3rd in the B string with 1.54.60. Another good run came from the duo in the 3000 m with Alex Teuten, 2nd in the race with 8.29.20 while Tom Bowerman took 2nd in the B string with 8.54.50. The 110 m Hurdles normally produces good points and Sam Sleap kept this going with a win in the B string race with 15.50. Other good placing’s came from Matthew Lavoipierre, 2nd in the 400 m Hurdles with 52.89, Dean Showler Davis 3rd in both sprints with 10.90 and 21.89 respectively. While on the Field, Ben Hazell was 1st in the B Javelin going out to 49.46 and 2nd in the Discus throwing 43.67. In the A string Javelin, Adam Akehurst finished 2nd with 53.22 m despite the wet Javelin being difficult to hold.    

In the end the result declared saw Basingstoke win with 316.3 points with Harrow 2nd 315.3 pts.then Southampton 315, Southend 289, Bristol & West 284, Notts 280, Kingston & Poly 279 and Derby 52. So it is back to Div 1 and a trip to Cardiff or the City of Liverpool as both these teams came down from the Premier Division.

Report by Ian Byett

Champions again in the Wessex league

IBasingstoke won the final match of the season on the Isle of Wight on Sunday and in doing so won the overall title for the 4th year running. A great performance by all, we could not do it without our young athletes turning out for all the matches. It would be good to see more turning out in the U11 category so that the load is shared between athletes more evenly.

The age categories finished as:

U17M - 1st
U17W -1st
U15B - 6th
U15G - 1st
U13B - 5th
U13G - 2nd
U11B - 9th
U11G - 6th
QuadKids - 5th

click to see the full tables

It just show where our junior club is at the moment with countless club records being broken and more English Schools competitors then ever this season.

English Schools Championships

Hampshire School’s athletes performed magnificently at the English Schools Championships at Birmingham winning a hatful of medals. Three titles were won, one of these going to Owen Richardson in the Inter Boys 400 m. Running with great confidence throughout, Owen took the gold with a 48.32 clocking a new pb in the process. Of the Basingstoke Club’s other performers Devon Brimecome  won silver on the Inter Girls 300 m Hurdles, Devon and Owen now go on to represent England Schools in the Home Countries International to be held in Cardiff.

With 13 representatives from the Club in action all performed well in the face of tough opposition. From these results the pick apart from the medallists were, Evie Wilcox 4th Inter Girls Discus, Malachi Gair 4th Junior Boys High Jump and Hannah Haugvik completed a trio of 4th places in the Junior Girls 80 m Hurdles. Harry Richardson was one place lower in finishing 5th in the Final of the Junior Boys 800 m and Millie Cook placed 8th in the Junior Girls Sot Putt.

Hampshire in the end won 14 medals and celebrated a successful weekend.

Full results at 

Commonwealth Games Tickets

Due to the lottery system allocation a parent of one of our club athletes has 4 spare tickets (£40 each) for the evening athletics session on Wednesday 30th July, if you are a interested please contact Paul using email bluemoose63@aol

BAL Match 3 Derby

After a fraught build-up to the 3rd of this year’s BAL fixtures at Derby the Club’s Senior Men’s Team finished a disappointing 6th of the 8 Clubs but another 7 points would have seen the Team 4th. Although a bad result the patched up Team worked hard with a number of athletes coming late to fill the places so thanks to them.

During the week prior to the meet, 6 athletes dropped out, one as late as Friday night at 11:15 pm, with as many as 26 out either injured or unavailable things were made difficult. Also further injuries on the day didn't help and led to the final position although a late surge nearly saw the Team snatch 4th place which would have virtually secured a promotion slot. However the Club remains 2nd in the Division and in a promotion position, it is now all down to the last fixture at Bath in 5 weeks time where a straight fight out between Basingstoke & Mid Hants and Kingston & Poly, with the Club that finishes the highest in that match gaining promotion to National Division 1.

Star athlete for Basingstoke was Sam Sleap, who notched up 53 individual points during the afternoon as well as being in the 4 x 400 Relay team, Sam completed 6 individual events with 2nd in the A Pole Vault with a 4.00 m clearance his best height in windy conditions, a B 110m Hurdles win in 15.22 was also a good performance. Alex Teuten also scored lots of points with 27 recorded from his 3 middle distance events the best of which was the 2nd in the 3000 m Steeplechase in 9.45.74. Dean Showler-Davis recorded a double winning the A 100 in 10.76 and the A 200 in 21.41 while brother Kieran was B 200  winner in 21.97. Joe Flitcroft had a busy afternoon, his best performance coming in the Hammer with a 44. 55 m throw a new personal best. Andy Blow scored another win this time in the 110 Hurdles and in the process recorded a wind free season’s best of 14.43 .

So after a difficult afternoon the Relays brought some solace with 4 x 100 finishing 2nd and the 4 x 400, 3rd.

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Report by Ian Byett


The Club welcomes all participants both young and old and is always on the lookout for the new talent of the future. So if you would like to get involved in an active sport or think you have what it takes to be a future champion come and join us.
The main club training sessions are every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30pm at the Down Grange track. Click here for more information

The competetion last year was tough so the senior men's team find themselves back in Division 2 of the British Athletics League (BAL) .

The club has a well established coaching team and boasts some international athletes competing for their country. It also has a number of nationally recognized officials who you will see at a number of the local and national meetings making sure all goes smoothly.


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21 October, 2014

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