2017 British Athletics Championships

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2018 British Athletics Championships
Host city Birmingham, Great Britain
Date(s)1–2 July
Main stadium Alexander Stadium
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LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
2016
2018


The 2017 British Athletics Championships was the national championship in outdoor track and field for athletes in the United Kingdom, held from 1–2 July 2017 at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham. It was organised by UK Athletics. A full range of outdoor events were held up to 5000 metres. The competition served as the main selection event for the 2017 World Championships in Athletics. [1]

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Results

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(Wind: +0.0 m/s)
Reece Prescod 10.09 James Dasaolu 10.11 Harry Aikines-Aryeetey 10.20
200 metres
(Wind: +0.8 m/s)
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 20.18 CR Danny Talbot 20.20 Leon Reid 20.38
400 metres Matthew Hudson-Smith 44.99 Rabah Yousif Bkheit 45.82 Cameron Chalmers 46.11
800 metres Elliot Giles 1:49.52 Guy Learmonth 1:49.89 Kyle Langford 1:50.13
1500 metres Chris O'Hare 3:47.28 Josh Kerr 3:47.71 Jake Wightman 3:47.74
5000 metres Andrew Butchart 13:50.56 Andy Vernon 13:54.63 Ben Connor 13:56.71
110 metres hurdles
(Wind: +2.1 m/s)
David King 13.55w Khai Riley-La Borde 13.71w Jake Porter 13.79w
400 metres hurdles Jack Green 49.34 Jacob Paul 49.66 Sebastian Rodger 50.23
3000 metres steeplechase Rob Mullett 8:41.43 Zak Seddon 8:43.14 Ieuan Thomas 8:43.77
High jump Robbie Grabarz 2.26 m Chris Baker 2.20 m Mike Edwards 2.20 m
Pole vault Luke Cutts 5.45 m Jax Thoirs 5.40 m Harry Coppell 5.30 m
Long jump Dan Bramble 8.02 m Feron Sayers 7.95 m w Jacob Fincham-Dukes 7.90 m
Triple jump Ben Williams 16.71 m Nathan Fox 16.42 m Nonso Okolo 16.29 m
Shot put Scott Lincoln 17.82 m Gareth Winter 17.35 m Youcef Zatat 16.68 m
Discus throw Nicholas Percy 60.78 m Zane Duquemin 60.36 m Brett Morse 60.12 m
Hammer throw Nick Miller 74.98 m Taylor Campbell 72.87 m Mark Dry 70.51 m
Javelin throw Joe Dunderdale 73.58 m Matti Mortimore 72.19 m Joe Harris 70.50 m
5000 metres walk Tom Bosworth 18:43.28 NR Callum Wilkinson 18:56.96 Damian Blocki 19:43.39

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres
(Wind: -1.3 m/s)
Asha Philip 11.21 Daryll Neita 11.25 Ashleigh Nelson 11.28
200 metres
(Wind: 0.0 m/s)
Shannon Hylton 22.94 Bianca Williams 23.05 Desirèe Henry 23.14
400 metres Zoey Clark 52.30 Emily Diamond 52.34 Anyika Onuora 52.82
800 metres Shelayna Oskan-Clarke 2:01.54 Adelle Tracey 2:01.80 Lynsey Sharp 2:01.81
1500 metres Laura Weightman 4:06.49 Jessica Judd 4:07.09 Sarah McDonald 4:08.14
5000 metres Stephanie Twell 15:35.50 Eilish McColgan 15:38.57 Charlotte Arter 15:43.46
100 metres hurdles
(Wind: -1.4 m/s)
Alicia Barrett 13.26 Yasmin Miller 13.29 Jessica Hunter 13.45
400 metres hurdles Eilidh Doyle 55.59 Meghan Beesley 56.68 Jessica Turner 56.79
3000 metres steeplechase Iona Lake 9:57.53 Charlotte Taylor-Green 9:59.58 Katie Ingle 10:02.34
High jump Morgan Lake 1.96 m Emma Nuttall 1.83 m Nikki Manson 1.79 m
Pole vault Holly Bradshaw 4.45 m Lucy Bryan 4.35 m Sally Peake 4.25 m
Long jump Lorraine Ugen 6.59 m Rebecca Chapman 6.54 m Holly Mills 6.31 m
Triple jump Naomi Ogbeta 13.64 m Sineade Gutzmore 13.44 m Jahisha Thomas 13.25 m
Shot put Rachel Wallader 16.70 m Amelia Stickler 16.59 m Sophie McKinna 16.23 m
Discus throw Jade Lally 58.14 m Kirsty Law 52.73 m Shadine Duqemin 51.31 m
Hammer throw Sophie Hitchon 67.58 m Rachel Hunter 63.27 m Sarah Holt 61.53 m
Javelin throw Laura Whittingham 52.07 m Joanna Blair 51.31 m Emma Hamplett 51.02 m
5000 metres walk Bethan Davies 21:21.52 NR Erika Kelly 23:20.19 Sophie Lewis Ward 24:57.51

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References

  1. "British Athletics Results". Power of 10. Retrieved 20 April 2018.