PBs galore in the men’s squad – I’ve listed as many of the current squad’s PBs down below as I could find, but let me know if I’ve missed you out (or there’s a mistake in the results)!
At the start of the track season James Coxon made the semi finals of BUCS 1500m (and later in the season smashing the blues standard), with Phill Crout finishing 11th in a very competitive A race. Helping out our CUAC brothers, there were was a 1-2 Cambridge finish (Phillip Crout and Will Ryle-Hodges respectively) in the 5000m at Varsity, with Paul Pruzina especially impressing in the 3000m steeplechase, finishing in 9:28.56. George Gathercole ran the heats and final of the South of England championships in consecutive days to come away with a bronze medal over 5000m. Over the border, Peter Cameron made the final of the Scottish Championships finishing eighth. In August Ollie Fox won the headline race at the Milton Keynes 5000 PB Special in 14:11.20. Away from the flat tracks, Luke Fisher was 26th at the fell running inter counties championships, while Aidan Rigby was selected for the Junior World Orienteering Championships and Paul Pruzina was selected for the senior world championships for the first time. There were quite a few notable alumni performances throughout the summer, with James Hoad picking up bronze at the Scottish championships. Josh Carr represented England over the mile in April, later backing that up with a 4:05.84 mile in windy conditions in Oxford, while Jonathan Escalante-Phillips ran a huge PB to run 14:11.29 for 5000m. Over the pond Matt Leach went sub-14 for 5000m with a 13:53.81 run at the Payton Jordan Invitational in early May.
CUH&H Summer 2018 PB Chart: Men’s Squad
|Name||Event||PB||Pre-2018 Best (if applicable)|