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Full Name: Miles Hollinshead
Sex: Male
Age:
Event: Middle/Long distance, Cross-country
Club: Giffnock North AAC (previously Larkhall YMCA Harriers)
Region:
Family: Older sister: Lauren, Younger brother: Drew

 

2001

Miles was under 13 West District 800m champion.

2002

2003

Miles Hollinshead was 6th in the U13s race at the U13s race at the Reebok Challenge in Birmingham.

 

Miles Hollinshead  won the U13s race at the Reebok Challenge in Margate.

 

2004

Miles was the under 13 Scottish Junior Road Race champion and Griffnock North AAC won the under 13 boys team event.

Miles was the West District Cross-country champion and Griffnock North AAC won the under 13 boys team event.

Pre-race:

Miles Hollinshead won the U15s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Falkirk. 

Miles Hollinshead (Griffnock North AAC) who was second in the Falkirk Reebok Cross Challenge last year produced and excellent run to ensure first place this time around. He did not have it easy though and spent most of the race running side by side with Kristian Jackson (Leicester Corinthian). It was not until the final 150m straight that he kicked to win by seven seconds.

Miles said: 'The start was fast and Kristian and I keep passing each other all the way round. With about 200m to go I kicked and then I knew was going to win. Iím going to run the Reebok races in Birmingham and London next and also the Scottish district relays.'

 

Pre-race: In the Under 13 race Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AAC), winner of Falkirk is also set to race in Senneleys Park. Gloucesterís Ben Coldray who finished ahead of Hollinshead in Birmingham last year could challenge him.
Miles Hollinshead was 2nd in the U13s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Birmingham.

Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AAC), winner in Falkirk, had to concede victory this time to Ben Coldray (Gloucester AC) who won by three seconds in 12:28.  Third was Nathan Young (Mendip AC), fourth Sam Winters (Milton Keynes AC) and fifth Chad Lambert (Milton Keynes AC).  Daniel Sutton (Royal Sutton Coldfield AC) out sprinted Kristian Bibby (Preston Harriers), who finished third in Falkirk, for sixth place.

 

Pre-race: The Under 13 Boys race looks set to be a contest between Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AC) and Ben Coldray (Gloucester AC).  Hollinshead, who currently leads the Under 13 Boys Series rankings, won at Falkirk and then finished runner-up to Coldray in the second race in Birmingham.  Coldray also won the Junior Boys race at the BMC Cross Country Classic in Bristol last weekend.
Miles Hollinshead was ?th  in the U13s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race at Parliament Hills, London. 

 

Pre-race: The top five in the Reebok Series standings compete in both the Under 13 Boys and Girls races.  The Under 13 Boys age group is proving to be particularly competitive this year.  Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AAC), leads the standings and won in Falkirk; Ben Coldray (Gloucester AC) won in Birmingham and Nathan Young (Mendip AC) took the honours in London.
Miles Hollinshead was ? in the U13s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Liverpool.

With 400m to go Nathan Young looked to be tiring and a confident Ben Coldray worked hard to make up ground before producing a last sprint 50m from the line. He finished in 9:35 with Young two seconds behind in 9:38 and Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AAC) third in 9:49.

 

Pre-race: Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North AAC) and Ben Coldray (Gloucester AC), the top two in the Under 13 Boysí standings will battle it out again in Belfast.  Hollinshead won the Reebok race in Falkirk and Coldray won in Birmingham and Liverpool.
Miles Hollinshead was 3rd in the U13s race at the Reebok Cross Challenge race in Belfast.
 

 

2005

In the age group races at the View From International XC in Edinburgh, Miles Hollinshead (Giffnock North) paced his effort well to cross the line first in his 3km race.

2006

8th April SIAB International Stowe Junior boys 15th

 

2006-7 season

25th November UK Challenge Liverpool U15 21st