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Full Name: Charlotte Browning
Date of Birth: 8th October, 1987
Club: Aldershot, Farnham & District AC (AFD)
Event: Middle/Long distance, Cross-country
County: Sussex
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Personal Bests: 

400m
58.2
2003

N/A

800m
2:08.48
2003

N/A

1500m
4:22.16
2003
N/A

 2000

Charlotte was 27th  in the Under 13s race at Reebok CAU Inter-counties in Nottingham in a time of 11:25.

Charlotte set the AFD U13 girls 800m, 1000m and 1500m records with 2:19.8, 3:06.4 and 4:47.2 respectably. 

Charlotte won silver at the English Schools Championships (Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield), running 4:37.68 in the final after 4:43.87 in the heat.

English Schools Track and Field Championships 2000, 1500m Heat 2. Time: 4:43.87

English Schools Track and Field Championships 2000, 1500m Final. Time: 4:37.68

 

2001-2002

As an Under 15, she won the series.

 

 

 

2002

Charlotte was the Sussex Cross Country Champion and the South of England Cross Country Champion. 

Charlotte won the Under 15s race at the English Cross-country Championships at Bristol's Ashton Court.

Charlotte won the UK Inter Counties at Nottingham for the 3rd year running. 

 

 

English Schools Cross Country Championships, Chelmsford: Junior Girls

The Junior Girls' race also provided something of a surprise. Emily Pidgeon (Gloucester AC), who has won the Under 13 titles at Reebok Inter-Counties and View From English National Cross Country Championships this winter, finished 19 seconds clear of Charlotte Browning (Aldershot, Farnham & District), who has won the Under 15 titles at Reebok Inter-Counties and View From English National Cross Country Championships this winter.

 

 

English Schools Cross-Country Championships 2002, Hylands Park, Chelmsford 2nd Time: 13:51 Left - Stacey Preston, Right, Charlotte Browning

Charlotte set the AFD U15 girls 1500m record with 4:30.12.

Charlotte was 2nd on the uka: U15 girls outdoor rankings for 2002 with 2:12.31, behind Nikki Hamblin. She was 1st on the 1500m rankings with 4:30.12. 

Charlotte was disqualified from the final at the English Schools Championships 2002 (Harvey Haddon Stadium, Nottingham), after winning her heat in 2:15.18.

2003

Charlotte was 11th in the Inter Girls' race at the English Schools Cross-country Championships (Stanmer Park, Brighton) in March.

Charlotte set the AFD U20 girls 400m, 800m and 1500m records with 58.2, 2:08.48 and 4:22.16 respectably.  These times put her top of the UK U17 rankings at 800m and 1500m, 9th at 400m, and she was also 4th in the UK 3000m rankings. She was the Sussex 800m and 1500m U17 Champion, the AAA 1500m U17 Champion and also took silver in the AAA U20 Championships. 

Charlotte had an impressive performance in the World Youth Championships in Canada where, representing Great Britain, she came 6th in the 1500m final.

At 15, Charlotte was 4th in the Junior Great North Mile event, and only 4 seconds on winner, Faye Fullerton.

Saucony Sponsored athlete, Charlotte Browning showed her class over a shorter distance, taking fourth place in the Great North Mile event.  Fifteen year-old Charlotte was in the front pack for the entire race and finished only five seconds down on winner Faye Fullerton, despite giving away several years to the other leading contenders.  With several more seasons to go in this Junior age group, the future is undeniably bright for Charlotte.

She is now looking forward to competing for her club at the Saucony National Cross Country Relay Championships at Mansfield on 8th November 2003 and then in Leeds at the Saucony National Cross Country on 21st February 2004.

Charlotte was 7th in the U17s/U20s race at the Reebok Challenge in Margate, in a time of 12.19.

 

 

Charlotte won the 2003 Youth Achievement Award, given by Chichester District Council. She was described as "an outstanding runner who in the past twelve months has become the Southern Inter-Counties Champion and the UK Inter-Counties Champion at 1500m."

2004

  Bute Park, Cardiff U17 4th
  Southern XC Parliament Hills, London U17 8th
  South-East  Schools Wellington College, Berkshire Intermediate Girls 1st
  National XC   U17 4th

1st Feb - Charlotte (currently) tops the U17 and U20 girls  indoor rankings 2004 with 4:36.57 for 1500m (8th senior). 

Charlotte Browning, aged 16, won U17s 1500m race at the AAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham in a time of 4:29.90, the fifth fastest on the UK all-time list for Under-17s. 

Pre-race: Nottingham: Charlotte Browning (368), who was sixth in the 1500m at last summer’s IAAF World Youth Games in Canada, has accumulated 56 points in the Reebok Cross Challenge standings this winter and was fourth in the English National when leading her Aldershot, Farnham and District AC training mates to yet more Team Gold medals. She has already achieved Inter-Counties and English National double victories as an Under 13 in 2001 and an Under 15 in 2002. She repeated her Under 15 success in last year’s Inter-Counties Championships.
Charlotte was 7th in the U20s race at the Reebok Inter-counties in Nottingham.

 

Charlotte Browning won the AFD Jill Naylor Trophy for her performances on the track during 2003. She topped the rankings of arguably the best middle distance club in the country at 400m, 800m and 1500m, and in the latter two also beat the senior records. 

Sussex's Charlotte Browning finished 5th in the Intermediate Girls' 800m at the English Schools Track and Field Championships in Gateshead, in 2:12.36 after winning her heat in 2:16.36 and qualifying 2nd in her semi-final in 2:14.01.

Browning, English Schools Track and Field Championships, Inter Girls 800m heat 1, time 2:16.36 - 1st qualifier

On Camp with Kelly

One of the participants in next month’s “On Camp with Kelly”, Charlotte Browning, 17, trains six times a week, often waking up at 5.30 in the morning to run before her A-level lessons begin — and fits in a social life.

“I left home and moved to Loughborough in order to train with the best possible facilities,” Browning said. “It’s still possible to go out and have fun with friends. My fresher’s week may have been toned down compared to other students’ experiences, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make.”

 

2005

 

On Camp with Kelly
25 Apr 2005
 
Dame Kelly met up with the junior girls she took to South Africa last year, at Loughborough University on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 April and gave her full support to mentoring the talented middle distance runners to achieve their dreams in athletics.

Kelly started the two-day programme talking to the athletes, parents and coaches, reflecting on the Norwich Union sponsored ‘On Camp with Kelly’ experience in South Africa and looking ahead to their future:

“I really believe some of you will be at the 2012 Olympic Games, hopefully in London. Competing in front of a home crowd would be absolutely fantastic!”

Kelly announced plans for the girls to compete in two unique junior races this summer; at the Norwich Union International in Glasgow on 5 June and what promises to be a wonderful occasion at Sheffield on 21 August when Kelly races in her last track meeting in Great Britain.

She added: “Sheffield will be amazing, we’ve got big plans for that event! I want you all to be there racing.”

Kelly arranged for her Coach, Margo Jennings, currently teaching at an Elementary School in Oregon, USA to fly over to give inspirational talks on motivation and planning to the group.

Margo was passionate about the importance of mental training to athletes’ preparation, she said: “The greatest athletes in the world, all have highly developed mental skills, which take years to develop. I firmly believe that training your brain is as important as training your body.

“Setbacks should be seen as springboards. Adversity can be an inspirational teacher!”

“It is so important to surround yourself with motivating people, that believe in you. In Athens, Kelly’s room was full of motivational statements, quotes and good luck messages. That makes you feel positive.

“I have never seen such focus and concentration in an athlete, as Kelly was in Athens. She was completely absorbed and performed precisely as she visualised. It took incredible mental strength to win the 1500m, after the 800m, but she did it!”

Sports Physician Dr Paul Dijkstra, who is based in Potchefstroom, South Africa also made the trip to Loughborough and gave a series of detailed lectures, reviewing the topics covered ‘On Camp with Kelly’ and presentations on nutrition and injury prevention.

Each athlete also benefited from a physiotherapy check up with Alison Rose, a member of Kelly’s invaluable support team in Athens and a full medical with Paul Dijkstra.

On the final day, Kelly confirmed that she would take three athletes and their coaches to train with her in Europe in June,

The lucky three are: Dani Christmas (Crawley AC), Non Stanford (Swansea Harriers) and Charlotte Browning (Aldershot, Farnham and District AC).

Rounding off an inspirational weekend, Dame Kelly said:

“The girls have all matured beyond belief, they are very motivated. Everyone of you can achieve great things. I believe that you can make it, that’s why I put my time, energy and commitment into you girls.

“I will be your mentor for as long as you want me to be. No matter how busy I am in my life, and it’s pretty hectic at the moment, I will always have time for you.

“It will not be easy, there will be obstacles in your way. My obstacles and darkest days were very very long. I came from those darkest darkest days to the biggest light there can ever be, winning at the Olympic Games!”

“When I retire, I want to see my girls performing the best you can!”

AAA U20 Track & Field Championships

Pre-race: 1500m (4:20.00): While the amazing Emily Pidgeon (Gloucester) is expected to aim for the 5000m in Kaunas, she inevitably dominates the rankings all through the distances. She is European Juniors No.1 at 1500m has gone three seconds quicker this season than MacLarty, who is second in the UK rankings and fourth in Europe with 4:20.97. 

To underline the growing UK strength, Abby Westley is seventh in Europe with 4:21.99 – and then there are Kelly’s Campers entering the fray Charlotte Browning (Aldershot, Farnham and District), Danielle Christmas (Crawley), Hannah England (Oxford City), the Euro Juniors 3000m rankings leader Non Stanford (Swansea), Danielle Walker (Royal Sutton Coldfield) and Marrakech-bound Sian Edwards (Kettering).

 

 

2006

Pre-race: Emily Pidgeon will be the overwhelming favourite even though the field includes European Junior 1500m Champion Morag MacLarty (Central AAC), who won at the Birmingham Cross Challenge at the start of this month and was last weekend named Scotland’s Athlete of the Year; in-form Nicola Sykes, who set a course record in leading Bedford and County AC to victory at the ECCA Relays Championships a fortnight ago; and several members of the squad being mentored by Olympic double Champion Dame Kelly Holmes including Charlotte Browning (Aldershot, Farnham and District), Dani Christmas (Crawley), Sian Edwards (Kettering), Hannah England (Oxford) and Non Stanford (Swansea Harriers).

Inter-counties