2003 AAA Championships

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2003 AAA Championships
Dates25–27 July
Host city Birmingham, England
Venue Alexander Stadium
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LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
2002
2004


The 2003 AAA Championships was an outdoor track and field competition organised by the Amateur Athletic Association (AAA), held from 25–27 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 10.19 Mark Lewis-Francis 10.25 Jason Gardener 10.33
200 metres Julian Golding 20.37 Christian Malcolm 20.39 Darren Campbell 20.49
400 metres Daniel Caines 45.56 Du'aine Ladejo 45.93 Ian Mackie 46.10
800 metres Ricky Soos 1:47.51 James McIlroy 1:47.97 Joel Kidger 1:49.04
1500 metres Michael East 3:42.29 Tom Mayo 3:42.66 Anthony Whiteman 3:43.22
5000 metres Andrew Graffin 13:56.59 Chris Davies 13:57.46 Sam Haughian 14:02.57
10,000 metres Karl Keska 27:56.37 Andy Caine 28:57.17 Mark Hudspith 28:59.57
110 m hurdles Damien Greaves 13.66 Andy Turner 13.85 Mohammed Sillah-Freckleton 13.89
400 m hurdles Chris Rawlinson 49.24 Matthew Douglas 49.41 Anthony Borsumato 49.49
3000 metres steeplechase Stuart Stokes 8:40.10 Kevin Nash 8:41.17 Andy Franklin 8:48.06
5000 m walk Steve Hollier 20:59.46 Mark Easton 22:14.82 Nick Ball 22:49.58
High jump Ben Challenger 2.24 m Ian Holliday 2.17 m Dalton Grant 2.12 m
Pole vault Nick Buckfield 5.50 m Ashley Swain
Tim Thomas
5.41 mNot awarded
Long jump Darren Ritchie 7.74 m Louis Burgess 7.53 m Steve Phillips 7.34 m
Triple jump Larry Achike 16.55 m Nick Thomas 16.44 m Nathan Douglas 16.12 m
Shot put Carl Myerscough 21.55 m Scott Rider 17.79 m Marcus Gouldbourne 16.74 m
Discus throw Emeka Udechuku 57.26 m Glen Smith 53.78 m Scot Thompson 52.98 m
Hammer throw Bill Beauchamp 69.33 m Mike Floyd 67.94 m Simon Bown 64.43 m
Javelin throw Mick Hill 76.35 m Michael Allen 68.92 m Neil McLellan 67.74 m
Decathlon Paul Tohill 6962 pts Dale Garland 6702 pts Martin Taylor 6577 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Joice Maduaka 11.31 Abi Oyepitan 11.54 Susan Burnside 11.76
200 metres Abi Oyepitan 22.95 Joice Maduaka 23.42 Ellena Ruddock 23.58
400 metres Helen Karagounis 52.51 Catherine Murphy 52.92 Melanie Purkiss 53.58
800 metres Lucy Vaughan 2:03.70 Susan Scott 2:04.13 Jennifer Ward 2:04.65
1500 metres Hayley Tullett 4:08.12 Hayley Ovens 4:13.61 Kerry Gillibrand 4:15.03
5000 metres Hayley Yelling 15:53.20 Jo Kelsey 17:32.22Only two finishers
10,000 metres Hayley Yelling 32:02.09 Vicky Gill 33:12.32 Debbie Robinson 33:19.67
100 m hurdles Rachel King 13.07 Sarah Claxton 13.12 Julie Pratt 13.48
400 m hurdles Liz Fairs 57.06 Katie Jones 58.61 Tracey Duncan 59.33
2000 metres steeplechase Tara Krzywicki 6:28.07 Barbara Parker 6:36.50 Clare Martin 6:40.48
5000 m walk Lisa Kehler 23:10.15Flag of South Africa.svg  Estlé Viljoen  (RSA)24:15.04 Katie Stones 24:24.47
High jump Susan Jones 1.86 m Julia Bennett 1.82 m Julie Crane
Stephanie Higham
1.78 m
Pole vault Tracey Bloomfield 4.15 m Irie Hill 4.05 m Sonia Lawrence 4.05 m
Long jump Jade Johnson 6.49 m Kelly Sotherton 6.38 m Natasha May 6.10 m
Triple jumpFlag of Cuba.svg  Yamilé Aldama  (CUB)14.98 mFlag of Ireland.svg  Taneisha Robinson-Scanlon  (IRL)13.12 m Rebecca White 12.78 m
Shot put Jo Duncan 16.19 m Eva Massey 15.35 m Julie Dunkley 15.19 m
Discus throw Shelley Newman 58.16 m Philippa Roles 57.65 m Claire Smithson 52.59 m
Hammer throw Lorraine Shaw 65.93 m Shirley Webb 62.61 m Liz Pidgeon 60.04 m
Javelin throw Goldie Sayers 56.29 m Chloe Cozens 52.34 m Katy Watts 44.95 m
Heptathlon Fiona Harrison 5517 pts Maureen Knight 4748 pts Jemma Scott 4546 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.