A look at some of the latest results by athletes both in the UK and overseas

The major events of the weekend were the BUCS Championships and the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k. Other events of note were as follows.

Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon, May 1

Laura Graham (pictured) became the first Northern Ireland athlete to win the women’s title since 1999 as she secured victory in a PB 2:41:47.

Kenyans filled the first four places in the men’s contest, with Bernard Rotich winning in 2:16:04.

Malcolm McCausland’s report will be in this week’s AW magazine.

Oswestry Half Marathon, April 30

David Webb and Belle Ward won at the inaugural edition of this event.

The sold out event, which was organised by UKRunChat Events, saw winning times of 70:17 for Webb and 88:02 by Ward.

Milton Keynes Half Marathon, May 1

Rebecca Moore won the women’s half-marathon and finished third overall in a time of 76:50. The men’s race was won by David Hudson in 74:16.

Gareth Cooke won the men’s marathon in 2:40:08, while Asia Zmyslona was first female in 2:57:37.

Mid Cheshire 5K, April 28

Ben Connor and Sophie Cowper won at the event as it hosted the inaugural England 5km Championships.

Read more in an online report here.

Cardiff Race for Victory 5km, April 30

This event, which had Welsh Championship status, saw wins for Tom Marshall (14:35) and Alaw Beynon-Thomas (16:58).

Alex Donald’s report and a photograph will appear in this week’s issue.

Grand East Anglia 10km, Kings Lynn, April 30

M45 Adrian Mussett won in a time of 32:56 from M50 international Andrew Leech, who timed 33:25.

Faye Fullerton won the women’s race in 35:05.

Gainesville, USA, April 27/28

Tori Bowie’s world-leading 22.09 200m was the meeting highlight but there were good British sprints.

Olympic finalist Matthew Hudson-Smith won the 400m in 45.52, with Dwayne Cowan inside 46 seconds for the first time with a 45.75 clocking.

Harry Aikines-Aryeetey ran his second windy sub-10 100m of the year with a 9.97 victory.

Though behind Jessica Beard’s 51.20 400m, Emily Diamond’s 51.85 took second ahead of Anyika Onuora’s 51.92.

Bianca Williams ran a legal 22.83 200m to gain a London World Champs qualifier for her fastest time since finishing fifth in the 2014 European Championships.

Iowa, USA, April 27-29

Despite clipping a hurdle, Andrew Pozzi clocked the second fastest ever 110m hurdles time of his career with 13.24 (1.8) behind Olympic champion Omar McLeod’s world-leading 13.04.

In the 100m hurdles, Cindy Ofili finished sixth ahead of her older sister Tiffany Porter in a race won by world record-holder Kendra Harrison in 12.56.

Lorraine Ugen won the long jump with a windy 6.49m (3.0).

Multistars, Florence, Italy, April 28-29

Katie Stainton finished fifth in the heptathlon with a near PB score of 5766.

Morgan Lake failed to finish but apart from her 14.97 in the hurdles, she did achieve a more promising 1.90m high jump and a PB 41.93m in the javelin.

Colombia’s Evelyn Aguilar won the event with a score of 6228.

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