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Full Name: Jessica Hicks
Sex: Female
Club: Gloucester AC (2003-2004: Newquay & Par AC)
Coach: David Farrow
County: Cornwall
Event: Middle/Long distance, Cross-country



  Cardiff U13 3rd
  Birmingham U13 6th
  Southern XC Parliament Hills, London U13 3rd
  UK Inter-Counties XC Woollaton Park, Nottingham U13 15th



Jessica was 4th in the Reebok 2003/2004 series, with 91 points.



Pre-race: In the Under 13 races, Jessica Hicks (Gloucester AC) stands out as the one to watch in the girls’ race

Jessica Hicks was 2nd in the U13s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Birmingham.
In what was a relatively small field of 50 runners, Bea Swords (Oxford City AC) led the group up the first hill.  By half way Kate Avery (Shildon R & AC) had begun to make her move, leaving Jessica Hicks (Gloucester AC) an isolated second with Swords in third.  The positions remained the same to the finish, by which time Avery had really stamped her authority on the field, winning by 23 seconds in 10:52.


Pre-race: In the absence of Kate Avery (Shildon R & AC) who was the winner of the Reebok Birmingham Cross Challenge, Jessica Hicks (Gloucester AC) will probably start as favourite in the Under 13 Girls race.  Hicks was runner-up in Birmingham and won the Junior Girls race at last weekend’s BMC Cross Country Classic in Bristol.  Nicole Roberts (Kettering Town Harriers), who currently leads the Under 13 Girls Series rankings, is also in the field.
Jessica Hicks won the U13 girls race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race at Parliament Hills, London. 

Jessica Hicks (Gloucester), the UK girls under 13 800m record-holder, went one better than her second place in Birmingham, finishing ahead of the Oxford City pair of Melissa Hawtin and Bea Swords, in the girls under 13 race to chalk up her first Reebok Challenge race win.

She took the lead running down the final hill. 'I wanted to win today so I'm pleased I did it,' said Hicks who plans to race in the next Reebok Cross Challenge meeting at Liverpool.


Pre-race: The top five in the Reebok Series standings compete in both the Under 13 Boys and Girls races. Gloucester AC’s Jessica Hicks, back to winning ways at Parliament Hill starts as favourite in the Under 13 Girls race. She will be challenged by Oxford City’s Bea Swords and the girls from the home club, Liverpool Harriers will be out in force.
Jessica Hicks won the U13 girls race at  the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Liverpool.

It was a battle for the top three placings as Jessica Hicks (Gloucester AC), Sarah Barker (Sale Harriers Manchester) and Lauren Mackin (Giffnock North AAC) set a fast pace to stretch away from the field.

Mackin went straight into the lead and was soon matched by Hicks. The pair were shoulder to shoulder in the downhill section with just 500m to go, while Barker was content to sit in behind until attacking on the final corner. Hicks made a final sprint in the straight to win in 10:25. Barker came through for second in 10:27 with Mackin in third.

Hicks said: “It was really fast. I was pushing on and trying to stay with Laura. I knew I had something in me for the finish”.



12th March English Schools XC Norwich Junior girls 2nd
3rd April SIAB International XC Ayr Junior girls 4th


BMC, Manchester: Jessica won the Women's 1500m B race in a time of 4:30.85.


English Schools Track & Field Championships 2005 - 

Jessica Hicks won the Silver medal in the Junior Girls 1500m, with a national standard time of 4:39.20, after winning her heat.



Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting Jessica was 5th in the Under 15 girl's race at the UK Challenge in Cardiff.