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Full Name: Megan Foley
Born: 14 April 1988
Age:
Event: Middle distance, Cross-country
Club: Havering & Mayesbrook AC
Coach:
County: Essex
University: Birmingham

Personal Bests:

 

2000

March Reebok CAU Inter-counties Nottingham   11:10 U13 15th
2 July  Young Athletes' League London 1200m 3:49.1 U13 1st

2001

In April Megan won the 11-12 Girls Borough London Mini-Marathon.

28 April   Hemel Hempstead 1500m 4:55.7 U15 1st
29 April   Ware 800m 2:23.5 U15 1st
13 May Essex Championships Southend 800m 2:20.1 U15 2nd
23 June   Sutton 800m 2:20.9   2nd
27 June Watford Open Watford 800m 2:19.1   4th C
14 July   Kingston 1500m 4:47.0   1st
22 July   Norwich 800m 2:20.2   2nd
29 July Eastern Young Athlete's League Ipswich 800m 2:18.1 U15 1st
9 September Eastern Young Athlete's League Bedford 800m 2:22.13 U15 1st

 

2002

In April Megan was 3rd in the 13-14 Girls Borough London Mini-Marathon .

20 April Eastern Young Athlete's League Milton Keynes 800m 2:22.5 U15 1st
20 April Alpha & Beta Trophies meet Haringey 1500m 4:51.22   2nd
27 April Southern Women's' League Abingdon 800m 2:23.5   3rd
6 May Essex Championships Southend 1500n 4:45.1 U15 1st
12 May Essex Championships Basildon 800m 2:17.16   1st
19 May   Guildford 1500m 4:44.0   1st
26 May SEAA U20-U15 Champs Watford 800m 2:16.54 U15 4th
2 June   Norwich 800m 2:15.8   1st
12 June BMC London 1500m 4:45.7   12 B
15 June Essex Schools Chelmsford 800m 2:18.8 Junior Girls 1st
12 July English Schools Nottingham 800m 2:16.01 Junior Girls 2nd ht1
13 July English Schools Nottingham 800m 2:13.95 Junior Girls 3rd
21 July   Crawley 1500m 4:41.6   2nd
27 July   Perivale Stadium, Ealing 1500m 4:46.3   1st
1 September YAL League Final  Birmingham 1500m 4:49.26 U15 1st
15 September Eastern Young Athlete's League Final Bedford 800m 2:18.6 U15 1st

 

2003

Megan was ?th in the ? Girls' race at English Schools Cross-Country Championships (Stanmer Park, Brighton) in March.

In April Megan won the 13-14 Girls Borough London Mini-Marathon the day before her 15th birthday, making her almost certainly the oldest competitor in the race, regaining her title from 2001 after finishing 3rd in 2002.

25 January AAA U20-U15 Indoor Champs     2:18.02 U17 2nd ht  
26 January AAA U20-U15 Indoor Champs     2:16.85 U17 4th  
5 April Alpha & Beta Trophies meet Haringey 1500m 4:38.84   1st  
5 May   Chelmsford 1500m 4:45.39   1st  
11 May   Chelmsford 800m 2:16.12   2nd  
18 May   Hendon 800m 2:18.5   2nd  
18 May   Hendon 1500m 4:54.8   1st  
25 May SEAA Junior Championships Watford 1500m 4:33.25   3rd  
1 June   Bournemouth 800m 2:14.5   2nd  
14 June Essex Championships Chelmsford 1500m 4:40.1   1st  
22 June   London 800m 2:15.0   2nd  
28 June Norwich Union U23 Beford 1500m 4:35.03 U23 8th  
5 July BMC Grand Prix Watford 800m 2:11.54   6th B  
11 July English Schools Championships Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield 1500m 4:41.89 Intermediate girls 1st ht  
12 July English Schools Championships Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield 1500m 4:30.43 Intermediate girls 4th Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
30 August Young Athletes' League Final Birmingham 1500m 4:47.48   2nd  

 

2004

Megan was ?th in the South of England Cross-country U17s Race at Parliament Hill, London.

At the English Nationals Megan Foley's late charge took her past pre-race favourite Charlotte Browning to win u17 girls' bronze, as she finished 15th overall in the combined u17/u20 race.

Megan Foley just missed medal places as she finished fourth in the U17s race their respective races at the Reebok Inter-counties in Nottingham. Megan was unable to repeat her national bronze in the u17 event but her consistent form was rewarded by her fourth place finish in 18m 55s, five seconds off medal pace. 

 

English Schools Cross-country

Megan Foley won individual bronze and led her Essex Intermediate Girls squad to English Schools team gold at Maidstone, Kent. Her bronze medal was a repeat of last year's performance as favourite Emily Pidgeon flew to gold, with last week's Inter Counties winner Stephanie Barnes winning silver. She was in good company as Katie Richardson, still coming back from injury, was only 11 seconds behind Megan in eighth to set up the team gold. 

 

World Schools Cross-country

In April Megan Foley had an excellent run to come 21st in the World Schools Cross Country Events for Under 18 athletes held at Le Tour de Salvagny, Lyons. Against really hard competition and on a really hot day Megan was second of the English girls home in an event dominated by Algerian and Moroccan competitors who filled 10 of the first 13 places. Megan came through strongly, moving up nine places over the last 400m of the 3800m course, to finish in 13:12. National champion Abby Westley was the first in the English team to finish in 15th, as the team placed fifth. 

 

Megan won the Essex Country Championships U17 1500m.

Megan Foley ran a PB at the National Junior Athletes League at Hendon in the 3000m for third on the Havering & Mayesbrooke all-time list.

Megan took 6th place in the Intermediate Girls' 1500m at the English Schools Track and Field Championships in Gateshead, after finishing 4th in her heat. Her time of 4:30.24 was still a national standard performance though, in an extremely high-class field. The race was won by Surrey's Danielle Christmas, who streaked ahead to win with a 2 second margin. Megan's heat was an incredibly close race, with just 1 second separating the 4 qualifiers.

National junior League Final, 12 September 2004 

800mB - 1st - 2:16.44

1500mA - 2nd - 4:42.15

4x400m Relay - team 2nd 

 

12th March English Schools XC       Intermediate girls   Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
25 April National Junior League Southern Premier  Hendon 3000m 10:07.8 U20 3rd  
3 May Essex Championships Newham 1500m 4:36.40 U17 1st  
9 May National Junior League Southern Premier Wood Green 1500m 4:36.8 U20 1st  
16 May Essex Championships Chelmsford 800m 2:14.09 U17 3rd  
23 May National Junior League Southern Premier Carshalton 800m 2:14.9 U20 1st B  
6 June National Junior League Southern Premier Harrow 800m 2:14.6 U20 1st b  
12 June Essex Championships Chelmsford 1500m 4:35.8 U17 1st  
20 June National Junior League Southern Premier Eton 800m 2:14.0 U20 2nd  
26 June AAA U23-U20 Championships Bedford 1500m 4:33.35 U20 5th ht  
27 June AAA U23-U20 Championships Bedford 1500m 4:36.42 U20 12th  
9 July English Schools Championships Gateshead 1500m 4:38.21 Intermediate girls 4th ht  
10 July English Schools Championships Gateshead 1500m 4:30.24 Intermediate girls 6th  
1 September Watford Open Graded Watford 1500m 4:45.0   9th C  
12 September National Junior League Final Derby 1500m 4:42.15 U20 2nd  
12 September National Junior League Final Derby 800m 2:16.44 U20 1st B  

The u17 girls' trio of Robyn Matson, Megan Foley and Katie Richardson started the winter season in style when they struck silver in the South of England Road Relays today. After Robyn's solid opener in 11th (11:23), Megan overhauled nine teams to put the team in medal contention with a sparkling 10:53 run, for seventh fastest overall. Katie's brilliant anchor leg of 10:22 was bettered on the day only by Woodford's Jessica Sparke, but it was not enough to close down winners Aldershot.

Katie Richardson and Megan Foley faced good quality opposition this weekend when they competed for the South of England team in the Lotto Crosscup under 20 event at Ghent, Belgium on Sunday. Megan's slow start to the winter season continued as she failed to translate her training form into competition but nevertheless she was still placed 24th.

 

2005

12th March English Schools XC Norwich     Senior girls 25th
24 April National Junior League Southern Premier Barking 3000m 10:33.88 U20 1st
22 May National Junior League Southern Premier Ashford 800m 2:19.0 U20 1st
29 May South of England Junior Championships Portsmouth 1500m 4:44.47 U20 9th
5 June   Barking 1500m 4:45.79   2nd
19 June National Junior League Southern Premier Ware 800m 2:18.2 U20 3rd
26 June   Bedford 3000m 10:30.7   3rd
24 July National Junior League Southern Premier Carshalton 800m 2:15.51 U20 1st B
11 September National Junior League Derby 800m 2:15.82 U20 1st B
11 September National Junior League Derby 3000m 10:48.41 U20 3rd

 

2006

22 April Southern Women's League Abingdon 800m 2:19.5   1st
7 May National Junior League Southern Premier London 800m 2:23.71 U20 7th
16 July National Junior League Southern Premier Stevenage 800m 2:20.9 U20 1st B

 

2007