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Friday, March 20, 2015

Rice shines on national debut

Havering's Lydia Hallam (second from left) and Woodford Green's Jessica Burgess (second from right) helped Essex to gold at the Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships

Youngster shines at Inter Counties event

Havering tested by muddy Hill

Friday, February 27, 2015
Havering's Jack Rice in muddy cross-country action (pic: Gary Howard)

Athletes battle at Cross-Country Championships

Havering end season on a high

Friday, February 6, 2015
Havering's Amelia Day, Grace Macleod, Catherine Barker, Amba Coombe and Emily James won the under-15 girls race at the latest Essex Cross-Country League meeting in Colchester (pic: Kevin White)

Athletes enjoy success in cross-country finale

Havering’s Hughes on a high

Thursday, December 25, 2014
Havering's Mayi Hughes shows off her pentathlon silver (pic: Tony Benton)

Young pentathlete claims indoor bronze

Delight for Havering’s golden girls

Friday, December 19, 2014
Havering's Michelle Hughes celebrates with her England team-mates in Glasgow (pic: Michelle Hughes)

Athletes among the medals once again

Havering show strength in depth

Friday, November 21, 2014
Havering's under-15 girls face the camera before their race (pic: Jane Hallam)

Success for athletes at cross-country meet

Havering coach hails Max power

Friday, September 26, 2014
Havering youngster Max Law in javelin action (pic: Jo Law)

Harrison delighted with youngster’s progress

School Games gold for Havering’s Hughes

Friday, September 12, 2014
Havering's Michelle Hughes was in fine form at the School Games in Manchester

Hurdler holds on for title after stride trouble

Georgie Taylor competes at the British Championships tomorrow in Birmingham.

Seventeen-year-old Havering AC discus thrower Georgie Taylor is full of excitement heading into tomorrow’s British Championships in Birmingham tomorrow, but for the youngster it was almost a missed opportunity.

Olympians back Go Dad Run charity event

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Colin Jackson (centre) with Prostate Cancer UK's head of events Andy Sallonow and deputy director of fundraising James Beeby

Trio lend support to prostate cancer

Havering youngster gets GB call

Friday, May 16, 2014
Havering's Duane Jibunoh is set to compete for GB Juniors (pic: Sam Harrison)

Discus thrower Duane to compete at Loughborough

Ditch your Friday night pint for charity event

Havering youngsters on London high

Friday, April 18, 2014
Harry Cavell, Zack Killoran, Lewis Debenham, Oliver Morter, Ben Davis, Thomas Sheldrick and Harry Sloman led Havering under-15s to victory at the London Mini Marathon (pic: Kevin White)

Mini Marathon delight for athletes

Fullerton shows fine form

Thursday, February 27, 2014
Havering Mayesbrook's Faye Fullerton in action at the National Cross-Country Championships (pic: Ryan Goad)

Havering Mayesbrook athlete impresses on big stage

Brentwood School's Nicole McKechnie competed at the British Indoor athletics championships last weekend

Brentwood pupil invited to compete at British Indoors

Lauren Deadman with her gold medal

The immediate future of cross country in Great Britain may look rosy, but there is someone looking to make sure it remains that way over the years to come.

Lauren Deadman

Havering Mayesbrook long distance runner Lauren Deadman will start the new year in style, after being selected to run for Great Britain at the Edinburgh Cross Country International against Team Europe and the USA on January 11.

Lauren Deadman

Lauren Deadman did her country proud when she was a member of the gold medal-winning Great Britain team at the European Cross Country Championships held in Belgrade on Sunday.

Havering Mayesbrook's Debbie Appleton won silver at the Essex Cross Country Championships (pic: Kevin White)

Debbie Appleton’s individual silver led Havering and Mayesbrook veteran women to third place in the Essex Championships in Claybury.

Lauren Deadman

Lauren Deadman is heading to Slovenia next month after securing a place in the Great Britain team to compete in the European Cross Country Championships.

Christine Ohuruogu launched the world’s first ever Compact Athletics Facility

400m world champion Christine Ohuruogu today launched the world’s first ever Compact Athletics Facility.

Great Britain's Christine Ohuruogu celebrates winning the Women's 400m gold. Picture: Dave Thompson/PA Wire.

Comfortable win in heat for squad

Brentwood School's Nicole McKechnie won 300m gold in a record time at the Essex Schools Championships

Pupils shine at Essex Schools Championships

Senior athletes will take on members of the public in a Grand Challenge (Pic: Alex Rotas Photography)

Senior athletes throw down gauntlet

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