2021 British Athletics Championships

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2021 British Athletics Championships
Dates25–27 June 2021
Host city Manchester, United Kingdom
Venue Manchester Regional Arena
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LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor


The 2021 British Athletics Championships was the national championships in outdoor track and field for athletes in the United Kingdom, which also served as the main qualifying event for athletics competitors for the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics. In addition, the Championships included a number of parasports events, with a total of 36 competitors in these competitions. On 29 June 2021, UK Athletics announced 65 athletes that would compete for Team GB at the Olympics, taking the total number of British athletics competitors at the Games to 72.

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Background

Mo Farah failed to attain the Olympic qualifying time for the 10,000m. Mo Farah Doha 2015 (cropped).jpg
Mo Farah failed to attain the Olympic qualifying time for the 10,000m.
Dina Asher-Smith won the 100m event at the Championships, and also received Olympic places in the 200m and 4 x 100m relay events. Dina Asher-Smith Berlin 2018.jpg
Dina Asher-Smith won the 100m event at the Championships, and also received Olympic places in the 200m and 4 x 100m relay events.

The 2021 British Athletics Championships were held between 25 and 27 June 2021 at the Manchester Regional Arena. [1] Manchester has the rights to host the Championships from 2020 until 2022. [2] Due to COVID-19 pandemic related capacity limits, the number of fans were limited to 1,500 per day. [3]

The Championships served as the trial event for competitors to qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics. [1] In order to guarantee selection for the Olympics, competitors had to finish in the top two places at the Championships, and also have achieved the Olympic qualification standard. UK Athletics then awarded any unfilled selections with competitors of their choice. [4] Olympic qualification for the marathon and 20 kilometres race walk events were determined following a separate trial event in Kew Gardens, London, in March 2021. [5] A separate 10,000 metres qualification event was held on 5 April in Birmingham, as part of the 2021 European 10,000m Cup. [6] Typically, the Night of 10,000m PBs event in Highgate, London, is used as the British Championships event for this distance, but that event was cancelled in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [7] After Mo Farah failed to reach the Olympic qualifying standard at the 10,000 metres trial event, UK Athletics decided to organise a one-off event at the 2021 British Athletics Championships, to give Farah a final chance to qualify for the Olympics. The competition contained international runners and pacemakers. [8]

The Championships also included a number of parasports events. The events included were the 100 metres and 400 metres mixed classes races, as well as shot put, discus, long jump, high jump and javelin field events. A total of 36 athletes competed, some of whom had been included in the British squad for the delayed 2020 Summer Paralympics the previous week. [9]

For the first time in the 21st century, the British Athletics Championships were not broadcast on live television, as the BBC and UK Athletics did not reach a broadcasting rights deal. [10] The Championships were instead broadcast on the UK Athletics website and YouTube channel. Several athletes including Dina Asher-Smith were critical of this decision. [10]

On 29 June 2021, UK Athletics announced 65 athletes to compete for Team GB at the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics, based on performances at the Championships. Including the marathon and 20 km walk competitors, it meant that 72 Britons were chosen to compete in athletics at the Games. [11]

Highlights

Pole vaulter Holly Bradshaw won her ninth British title and broke her own national record. Holly Bradshaw. Silver medalist at European Indoors Champs, Glasgow March 2019.jpg
Pole vaulter Holly Bradshaw won her ninth British title and broke her own national record.

Mo Farah finished the 10,000 metres race in a time of 27:47.04, 19 seconds slower than the Olympic qualification standard. [12] As such, he failed to qualify for the Olympic 10,000 metres event. [13]

The women's 800 metres race featured five athletes who had previously attained the Olympic qualifying standard: Jemma Reekie, Laura Muir, Alexandra Bell, Keely Hodgkinson and Adelle Tracey. [1] Hodgkinson finished first, in a time of 1:59:61. Reekie finished second and Muir was the third finisher. [14] Muir was initially selected alongside Hodgkinson and Reekie for the Games, [11] though she later decided not to compete in the 800 metres event at the Olympics, as she wanted to focus on the 1500 metres race. Her place was reallocated to Alexandra Bell. [15]

Pole vaulter Holly Bradshaw was aiming for her ninth British title, and seventh in a row. [3] She won the event with a British record of 4.90 metres, beating her own previous outdoor record by 8 centimetres (3.1 in). [16]

Dina Asher-Smith won the women's 100 metre event. She was originally clocked in a national record time of 10.71 seconds, although this was later corrected to 10.97 seconds, which did not beat the previous record. [13] [17] [18] Asher-Smith qualified to compete in the 100 and 200 metres individual events, and the 4 x 100 metres relay. [11]

Jodie Williams won the 200 and 400 metres races, the first time since 2005 that a woman has won both events. [13]

The men's 800 metres race was a close finish, with the top three separated by 0.03 seconds. Elliot Giles won the event, ahead of Oliver Dustin and Daniel Rowden. [14] All three athletes were later selected for the Olympics. [11]

Results

Key: Q – qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics. [11]

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres [19] Chijindu Ujah Q10.05s Eugene Amo-Dadzie 10.07s Jona Efoloko 10.30s PB
200 metres [20] Adam Gemili Q20.63s Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake 20.77s Jona Efoloko 20.79s SB
400 metres [21] Niclas Baker 46.05s PB Cameron Chalmers 46.19s Michael Ohioze 46.42s
800 metres [22] Elliot Giles Q1:45.11 Oliver Dustin Q1:45.12 Daniel Rowden Q1:45.14
1500 metres [23] Josh Kerr Q3:40.72 Jake Wightman Q3:40.77 Jake Heyward Q3:42.41
5000 metres [24] Patrick Dever 13:37.30 Andrew Butchart Q13:38.16 Jack Rowe 13:38.81
10,000 metres [25]
invitational event
Mo Farah 27:47.04 SB Flag of Norway.svg  Zerei Kbrom  (NOR)27:57.63 PB Flag of France.svg  Félix Bour  (FRA)27:59.31
110 metres hurdles [26] Tade Ojora 13.38s SB David King 13.51s Andrew Pozzi Q13.54s
400 metres hurdles [27] Alastair Chalmers 49.98 Alex Knibbs 50.33 Jacob Paul 51.30
3000 metres steeplechase [28] Mark Pearce 8:24.83 SB Zak Seddon Q8:25.08 SB Phil Norman Q8:31.87
5000 metres walk [29] Tom Bosworth 19:25.62 SB Cameron Corbishley 20:37.69 SB Guy Thomas 21:31.16 PB
Long jump [30] Alex Farquharson 7.69m James Lelliot 7.69m Reynold Banigo 7.65m
High jump [31] Tom Gale Q2.24m Joel Khan 2.21m PB David Smith 2.17m
Triple jump [32] Ben Williams Q16.37m SB Nathan Douglas 16.20m Efe Uwaifo 16.06m
Pole vault [33] Harry Coppell Q5.70m SB Adam Hague 5.15m SB Lazarus Benjamin 5.15m
Shot put [34] Scott Lincoln Q20.22m Patrick Swan 16.98m Daniel Cork 16.61m
Discus throw [35] Lawrence Okoye Q61.71m Nicholas Percy 60.17m Greg Thompson 58.31m
Hammer throw [36] Taylor Campbell Q75.10m SB Chris Bennett 73.53m Craig Murch 70.90m
Javelin throw [37] Daniel Bainbridge 72.66m Joe Harris 72.65m SB Greg Millar 71.90m PB
Decathlon [38] Tim Duckworth 7447 PB Lewis Church 7308 Harry Kendal 7249

In addition, Adam Gemili, Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, Reece Prescod and CJ Ujah were selected for the men's 4 x 100 metres relay. Niclas Baker, Cameron Chalmers, Matthew Hudson-Smith, Michael Ohioze and Lee Thompson were chosen for the men's 4 x 400 metres relay. [11]

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres [39] Dina Asher-Smith Q10.97s Asha Philip Q11.16s SB Daryll Neita Q11.21s
200 metres [40] Jodie Williams 23.02s SB Beth Dobbin Q23.07s Desirèe Henry 23.18s SB
400 metres [41] Jodie Williams Q51.02s Nicole Yeargin Q51.26s Ama Pipi Q51.33s
800 metres [42] Keely Hodgkinson Q1:59.61 Jemma Reekie Q2:00.12 Laura Muir Q [lower-alpha 1] 2:00.24
1500 metres [43] Revee Walcott-Nolan 4:08.41 Erin Wallace 4:08.52 Katie Snowden Q4:08.62
5000 metres [44] Jessica Judd Q15:10.02 Amy-Eloise Markovc Q15:10.54 Verity Ockenden 15:12.24
100 metres hurdles [45] Tiffany Porter Q12.78s SB Alicia Barrett Q13.18s SB Cindy Sember 13.20s
400 metres hurdles [46] Jessica Turner Q54.83s SB Meghan Beesley Q55.80s PB Jessie Knight Q55.91s
3000 metres steeplechase [47] Elizabeth Bird Q9:35.36 Aimee Pratt Q9:39.72 Sarah Tait 10:03.58
5000 metres walk [48] Bethan Davies 22:47.85 SB Abigail Jennings 25:39.68 Hannah Hopper 26:34.71 PB
Long jump [49] Jazmin Sawyers Q6.75m SB Abigail Irozuru Q6.69m SB Lorraine Ugen Q6.60m
High jump [50] Morgan Lake Q1.93m SB Laura Zialor 1.86m Emily Borthwick 1.86m
Triple jump [51] Naomi Ogbeta 14.04m Temi Ojora 13.25m Lia Stephenson 12.82m
Pole vault [52] Holly Bradshaw Q4.90m NR Molly Caudery 4.45m SB Sophie Cook 4.25m SB
Shot put [53] Sophie McKinna Q18.28m SB Amelia Strickler 17.16m Adele Nicoll 16.20m
Discus throw [54] Eden Francis 56.32m SB Shadine Duquemin 54.20m Divine Oladipo 53.21m
Hammer throw [55] Tara Simpson-Sullivan 67.38m Jessica Mayho 67.08m Rachel Hunter 65.36m SB
Javelin throw [56] Bekah Walton 54.03m PB Freya Jones 49.42m Emma Hamplett 49.07m
Heptathlon [57] Katie Stainton 5864 SB Natasha Smith 5319 PB Ashleigh Spiliopoulou 5101 PB

In addition, Dina Asher-Smith, Beth Dobbin, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Daryll Neita, Ashleigh Nelson and Asha Philip were selected for the women's 4 x 100 metres relay. Zoey Clark, Emily Diamond, Jessie Knight, Laviai Nielsen, Ama Pipi, Jessica Turner, Hannah Williams, Jodie Williams and Nicole Yeargin were selected for the women's 4 x 400 metres relay. [11]

Parasports – Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres mixed class [58] Thomas Young 11.23s Ola Abidogun 11.42s Shaun Burrows 11.91s
400 metres wheelchair race [59] Nathan Maguire 49.78s Moatez Jomni 51.70s Dillion Labrooy 53.74s

Note: UK Athletics only published results for parasport track events. No results for field events were published. [60]

Parasports – Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres mixed class [61] Sophie Hahn 12.77s Ali Smith 13.35s Sophie Kamlish 13.47s
400 metres wheelchair race [62] Hannah Cockroft 56.43s Samantha Kinghorn 56.60s Melanie Woods 59.99s

Note: UK Athletics only published results for parasport track events. No results for field events were published. [60]

Other Olympic trials

Key: Q – qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics. [11]

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
Marathon [63] Chris Thompson Q02:10:52 Ben Connor Q02:12.06 Mohamud Aadan 02:12.20
20km walk [64] Callum Wilkinson Q01:22:47 Tom Bosworth Q01:26:24 Guy Thomas 01:30:19
10,000 metres [65] [lower-alpha 2] Marc Scott Q27:49.94 Mo Farah 27:50.64 Emile Cairess 27:53:19 PB

In addition, Callum Hawkins was pre-selected for the marathon event prior to the trial event. [66] Sam Atkin was additionally selected for the 10,000 metres race. [11]

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
Marathon [67] Stephanie Davis Q02:27:16 Natasha Cockram 02:30.03 Rosie Edwards 02:31:56
20km walk [68] Heather Lewis 01:35:44 Bethan Davies 01:37:04 Erika Kelly 01:46:31
10,000 metres [69] [lower-alpha 2] Eilish McColgan Q31:19.35 Jessica Judd Q31:20.96 SB Verity Ockenden 31:43.70 SB

The two remaining places for the marathon were awarded to Jess Piasecki and Stephanie Twell, neither of whom participated at the trial event. [70] No British women were selected for the 20km walk event at the 2020 Summer Olympics. [11]

Notes

  1. On 8 July, Muir decided not to compete in the 800 metres event at the Olympics, as she wanted to focus on the 1500 metres race. Her place was reallocated to Alexandra Bell. [15]
  2. 1 2 The event was run as part of the 2021 European 10,000m Cup. The top three British finishers in the event are listed.

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