1998 AAA Championships

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1998 AAA Championships
Host city Birmingham, England
Date(s)24–26 July
Main stadium Alexander Stadium
Alexander Stadium.jpg
LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
1997
1999


The 1998 AAA Championships was an outdoor track and field competition organised by the Amateur Athletic Association (AAA), held from 24–26 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 Campbell 10.22 Dwain Chambers 10.23 Marlon Devonish 10.26
200 metres Dougie Walker 20.35 Doug Turner 20.55 Julian Golding 20.88
400 metres Iwan Thomas 44.50 Mark Richardson 44.62 Solomon Wariso 44.68
800 metres Jason Lobo 1:49.68 Grant Graham 1:49.73 Eddie King 1:49.74
1500 metres John Mayock 3:39.38 Anthony Whiteman 3:39.52 Matthew Yates 3:40.38
3000 metres Nick Comerford 8:11.98 Allen Graffin
Dave Taylor
8:12.41Not awarded
5000 metres Karl Keska 13:41.61 Jon Brown 13:41.72 Keith Cullen 13:43.15
10,000 metres Dermot Donnelly 28:43.17 Carl Thackery 28:52.71 Rob Denmark 29:17.72
110 m hurdles Colin Jackson 13.37 Tony Jarrett 13.42 Damien Greaves 13.88
400 m hurdles Paul Gray 49.81 Anthony Borsumato 49.85 Chris Rawlinson 50.20
3000 metres steeplechase Christian Stephenson 8:32.76 Spencer Duval 8:36.37 Craig Wheeler 8:42.83
10,000 m walk Martin Bell 41:48.81 Steve Partington 42:27.21 Andi Drake 42:46.26
High jump Dalton Grant 2.20 m Stuart Ohrland
Stanley Osuide
Brendan Reilly
2.15 mNot awarded
Pole vault Kevin Hughes 5.40 m Matt Belsham 5.35 m Ian Tullett 5.35 m
Long jump Nathan Morgan 8.11 m Chris Davidson 7.71 m Steve Phillips 7.48 m
Triple jump Jonathan Edwards 17.12 m Larry Achike 16.42 m Julian Golley 16.28 m
Shot put Mark Proctor 19.50 m Shaun Pickering 18.87 m Mark Edwards 18.52 m
Discus throw Robert Weir 62.82 m Glen Smith 60.56 m Emeka Udechuku 57.90 m
Hammer throw Mick Jones 72.13 m Paul Head 69.46 m Bill Beauchamp 66.56 m
Javelin throw Steve Backley 84.78 m Mick Hill 81.55 m Mark Roberson 78.93 m
Decathlon Rafer Joseph 7126 ptsFlag of Ireland.svg  Joe Naughton  (IRL)6870 pts William Wynn 6700 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Joice Maduaka 11.40 Marcia Richardson 11.46 Simmone Jacobs 11.56
200 metres Katharine Merry 23.46 Joice Maduaka 23.48 Marcia Richardson 23.71
400 metres Allison Curbishley 50.92 Donna Fraser 51.47 Michelle Thomas 53.25
800 metres Diane Modahl 2:02.73 Tanya Blake 2:03.83 Amanda Crowe 2:05.40
1500 metres Lynn Gibson 4:12.72 Helen Pattinson 4:12.87 Angela Davies 4:13.55
3000 metres Amanda Parkinson 9:34.74 Debbie Sullivan 9:36.90 Jilly Ingman 9:53.98
5000 metres Andrea Whitcombe 15:43.03 Sarah Young 15:45.08 Tara Krzywicki 15:53.28
10,000 metres Tara Krzywicki 34:37.04 Hayley Nash 34:45.57 Angie Joiner 34:47.41
100 m hurdles Keri Maddox 13.20 Clova Court 13.34 Liz Fairs 13.52
400 m hurdles Natasha Danvers 56.27 Gowry Retchakan 56.57 Keri Maddox 56.76
5000 m walkFlag of Ireland.svg  Gillian O'Sullivan  (IRL)21:52.68 Lisa Kehler 22:01.53 Vicky Lupton 23:32.48
10,000 m walk Pam Phillips 64:08.9 Pam Ficken 67:32.8 Victoria Mountfield 75:14.8
High jump Joanne Jennings 1.88 m Susan Jones 1.85 m Michelle Dunkley 1.85 m
Pole vault Janine Whitlock 4.10 m Rhian Clarke 3.80 m Paula Wilson 3.80 m
Long jump Denise Lewis 6.44 m Tracy Joseph 6.24 m Andrea Coore 6.23 m
Triple jump Connie Henry 13.90 m Michelle Griffith 13.84 m Kerensa Denham 12.42 m
Shot put Judy Oakes 17.82 m Myrtle Augee 17.39 m Maggie Lynes 15.73 m
Discus throw Shelley Drew 60.82 m Jackie McKernan 57.09 m Philippa Roles 54.14 m
Hammer throw Lorraine Shaw 60.71 m Lyn Sprules 59.20 m Rachael Beverley 57.97 m
Javelin throw Lorna Jackson 57.89 m Shelley Holroyd 54.16 m Karen Martin 53.17 m
Heptathlon Clova Court 5639 pts Kim Crowther 4680 pts Natalie Butler 4561 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.