Camp With Kelly
||English Schools XC
||UK Inter-Counties XC
||Woollaton Park, Nottingham
Hindle was 4th in the English Schools Junior Girls' 800m in a time of
2:14.66. She was second in her heat in 2:17.41.
was second in the U15s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Falkirk.
what was a very competitive race, with half the course completed the lead
girls were still running as a pack which included Eilish
McColgan (Dundee Hawkhill Harriers), last year's Under 13
Inter-Counties winner, running for the first time in the Series as an
Under 15, Nicola Morgan (West Suffolk AC), Catriona Sinclair (Edinburgh
Southern Harriers), Natalie Grant
(Rotherham Harriers), Kate Hindle (Preston Harriers), Rebecca
Finch (City of Glasgow AC) and Carys Davies (Sarn Harriers). It was
not until the start of the final hill that this group had been broken down
to five with each of the girls each spread out some ten metres apart.
Kate at this point taking the lead from Natalie,
then Eilish, Nicola and Catriona. Natalie who participated in
the UK Athletics week long training camp at the St Mary's Endurance
Centre at Twickenham in June, found the speed on the final stages to
eventually take the race from Kate and Eilish.
was 4th in the U15s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in
top three from the Under 15 Girls race at the Reebok Birmingham Cross
Challenge are all in the field: Sarah
Hopkinson (Gloucester AC), who also won the Inter Girls race at the
BMC Cross Country Classic in Bristol last weekend, Jordan Kinney (Royal
Sutton Coldfield) and Rebecca
Gough (Team Southampton). Current Under 15 Girls Series
rankings leader Kate Hindle (Preston
Harriers) also runs.
||Kate Hindle was
? in the U15s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race at Parliament Hills
Pre-race: The winners of
the Reebok races in Falkirk and London, Natalie Grant (Rotherham Harriers)
Gough (Team Southampton), meet in the Under 15 Girls race.
Current rankings leader Kate Hindle (Preston Harriers) is also in the
3rd in the U15 girls' race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in
fast start saw Kate Hindle (Preston Harriers) take the lead but it was Rebecca
Gough, the winner at Parliament Hill, who came through to finish
first. Despite Hindle opening up a gap Gough remained in contention, just
sitting off the pace. Using the same fast finishing tactics that she used
in London, Gough outsprinted her rivals
to cross the line in 10:03.
suffering the effects of the early fast pace Hindle was passed by Sophie
Crumly (Newbury AC) with Crumly clocking 10:08 to Hindle’s 10:13.