1995 AAA Championships

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1995 AAA Championships
Dates15–16 July
Host city Birmingham, England
Venue Alexander Stadium
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LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
1994
1996


The 1995 AAA Championships was an outdoor track and field competition organised by the Amateur Athletic Association (AAA), held from 15–16 July at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, England. It was considered the de facto national championships for the United Kingdom. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Medal summary

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Darren Braithwaite 10.33 Jason John 10.34 Darren Campbell 10.37
200 metres John Regis 20.37 Solomon Wariso 20.53 Darren Braithwaite 20.64
400 metres Mark Richardson 44.94 Mark Hylton 45.83 Adrian Patrick 46.11
800 metres Curtis Robb 1:46.78 David Strang 1:47.06 Gary Lough 1:48.03
1500 metres John Mayock 3:40.55 Kevin McKay 3:40.83 Bruno Witchalls 3:41.51
3000 metres Nick Hopkins 8:11.86 Nick Comerford 8:13.27Flag of Ireland.svg  David Burke  (IRL)8:13.72
5000 metres Rob Denmark 13:37.57 Jon Brown 13:37.83Flag of Kenya.svg  Peter Ndirangu  (KEN)13:39.57
10,000 metres Gary Staines 28:49.29 Jon Solly 28:58.29 Chris Robison 29:03.69
110 m hurdles Neil Owen 13.63 Andy Tulloch 13.76 Lloyd Cowan 13.97
400 m hurdlesFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Rohan Robinson  (AUS)49.21 Gary Cadogan 49.70 Gary Jennings 50.34
3000 metres steeplechase Spencer Duval 8:24.64Flag of Zambia.svg  Godfrey Siamusiye  (ZAM)8:25.49 Keith Cullen 8:29.64
10,000 m walk Darrell Stone 41:10.11 Steve Partington 41:14.61 Martin Bell 41:16.13
High jump Steve Smith 2.35 mFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Chris Anderson  (AUS)2.22 m Dalton Grant 2.17 m
Pole vault Nick Buckfield 5.50 m Andy Ashurst 5.10 m Mike Edwards 5.10 m
Long jump Fred Salle 7.66 mFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Jai Taurima  (AUS)7.63 m Barrington Williams 7.50 m
Triple jump Francis Agyepong 17.13 m Tayo Erogbogbo 15.83 m Tosi Fasinro 15.65 m
Shot put Mark Proctor 18.81 m Matt Simson 18.27 m Shaun Pickering 17.71 m
Discus throwFlag of Ireland.svg  Nick Sweeney  (IRL)60.34 m Robert Weir 60.18 m Simon Williams 58.20 m
Hammer throwFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Sean Carlin  (AUS)73.40 m Mick Jones 69.44 m Jason Byrne 69.44 m
Javelin throw Mick Hill 80.54 m Colin Mackenzie 77.50 m Nigel Bevan 76.58 m
Decathlon Steve Rogers 7295 pts Stephen Rowbotham 6637 pts Matthew Gillard 5466 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Paula Thomas 11.48 Simmone Jacobs 11.50 Stephi Douglas 11.53
200 metres Catherine Murphy 23.40 Simmone Jacobs 23.48 Joice Maduaka 23.95
400 metres Melanie Neef 51.63 Lorraine Hanson 52.63 Georgina Oladapo 52.71
800 metres Kelly Holmes 1:57.56Flag of the United States.svg  Jill Stamison  (USA)2:02.27 Abigail Hunte 2:02.47
1500 metres Yvonne Murray 4:11.47 Debbie Gunning 4:14.42 Una English 4:16.37
3000 metres Sarah Bentley 9:27.12 Gaby Collison 9:38.67 Amanda Thorpe 9:40.08
5000 metres Alison Wyeth 15:39.14Flag of the United States.svg  Nnenna Lynch  (USA)16:10.69 Louise Watson 16:11.23
10,000 metres Jill Hunter 32:26.12 Louise Watson 33:38.52 Jane Shields 33:46.07
100 m hurdles Melani Wilkins 13.34 Michelle Campbell 13.36 Keri Maddox 13.40
400 m hurdles Gowry Retchakan 57.18 Stephanie McCann 58.21 Louise Brunning 58.58
5000 m walk Lisa Langford 22:20.03 Vicky Lupton 22:23.80 Cal Partington 22:40.19
10,000 m walk Vicky Lupton 45:18.8 Melanie Wright 48:35.8 Sylvia Black 52:40.9
High jump Lea Haggett 1.85 m Diana Davies 1.85 m Debbie Marti 1.85 m
Pole vaultFlag of the United States.svg  Melissa Price  (USA)3.70 m Kate Staples 3.50 m Claire Morrison 3.30 m
Long jumpFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Nicole Boegman  (AUS)6.50 m Denise Lewis 6.42 m Yinka Idowu 6.35 m
Triple jump Michelle Griffith 13.43 m Rachel Kirby 12.96 m Karen Skeggs 12.11 m
Shot put Judy Oakes 17.75 m Maggie Lynes 15.67 m Carol Cooksley 14.07 m
Discus throwFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Lisa-Marie Vizaniari  (AUS)61.98 m Jackie McKernan 58.88 m Shelley Drew 53.74 m
Hammer throwFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Debbie Sosimenko  (AUS)65.24 mFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Brenda MacNaughton  (AUS)56.62 m Lorraine Shaw 56.26 m
Javelin throw Lorna Jackson 55.48 m Sharon Gibson 55.14 m Karen Martin 54.96 m
Heptathlon Emma Beales 5524 pts Jenny Kelly 5298 pts Kerry Jury 5037 pts

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References

  1. AAA WAAA and National Championships Medalists. NUTS. Retrieved 2018-02-25.
  2. AAA Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved 2018-04-02.
  3. WAAA Championships. GBR Athletics. Retrieved 2018-04-02.