A look at some of the top performances by British athletes over the past week, including PBs over 60m and 60m hurdles by Omoregie and other indoor results by Eilidh Doyle, Hannah Williams and Kyle de Escofet
A report on the Antrim International Cross Country can be found here.
Cardiff, January 15
David Omoregie showed sharp form as he won the 60m hurdles in a PB 7.66 and improved his 60m PB to 6.71.
Sarah McDonald won the 1500m in 4:12.73.
Steve Morris clocked 2:32.56 for 1000m to better the European T20 record.
South of England Championships, Lee Valley, January 14/15
European 2014 400m hurdles champion Eilidh Doyle won the 400m in a stadium record 52.75, improving her own 53.59 from the heats.
Runner-up Hannah Williams, who is the younger sister of 2014 European and Commonwealth sprint medallist Jodie, clocked 54.05 to move to fourth on the UK junior indoor all-time list.
North of England Championships, Sheffield, January 14/15
Antonio Infantino won the 200m in 21.04 from promising 17-year-old Jona Efoloko’s indoor PB of 21.38.
Midland Open Meeting, Birmingham, January 14/15
Kyle de Escofet equalled the UK lead with a 6.64 60m.
2XU Surrey Men’s Cross Country League, Division 1, Mitcham, January 14
Andy Maud was a clear winner as runner-up Kent champion John Gilbert led Kent AC to a clear team victory.
Photographs of the event will appear in this week’s AW magazine.
Birmingham and District Cross Country League, Coventry, January 14
Graham Rush won an exciting race in 26:21 just ahead of Richard Horton (26:23) and Alex Brecker (26:28) as Loughborough easily won the team event to extend their overall lead.
Photographs of the event will appear in this week’s issue.
North Midlands Cross Country League, Nottingham, January 14
Alex Pilcher won the men’s race while women’s winner Jane Potter narrowly defeated Anne Holyland with Lucy Holt in third.
Surrey Ladies Cross Country League, Croydon, January 14
Georgie Bruinvels won a high quality women’s league race.
Manchester Area Cross Country League, Kenworthy Woods, January 14
Jack Morris won his fourth consecutive league as he shared the winning time of 32:04 with runner-up Chris Farrell.
Ruth Jones was an easy winner of the women’s race in 26:28.
Start Fitness Metropolitan Cross Country League, Trent Park, January 14
Richard Goodman won the men’s race while Molly Renfer was first woman ahead of South of England champion Naomi Taschimowitz.
Essex Cross Country League, Great Notley Park, January 14
South of England Masters champion Sullivan Smith won the men’s 7.4km event in 24:16 while Essex Champion Liz Davies won the women’s 5.2km race by over a minute in 19:39.
Chiltern Cross Country League, Keysoe, January 14
Josh Lunn won the men’s 10.2km race in 33:38 and Rosie Keane won the women’s event in 22:34 from Lara Bromilow.
Photographs of the event will appear in this week’s magazine.
Brass Monkey Half Marathon, January 15
Steven Hebblethwaite gained a narrow win over Finn Affleck-Brodie in 69:18.
Tracy Millmore won the women’s race with a two-minute margin over Shona McIntosh in 77:19.
Durham Cathedral Relays, January 15
Durham University (28:03) won the men’s race from Morpeth Harriers (28:17) with Nick Swinburn of the latter and Cameron Field of the former sharing the fastest leg of 9:06.
Morpeth won the women’s race in 35:24 , just nine seconds up on Gateshead.
Gosforth’s Helen Warbuton ran the fastest leg of 10:46, which she achieved on leg one.
Chevron Houston Marathon, January 15
Jonny Hay clocked 2:24:29 for 14th.
Bermuda Marathon Weekend, January 13-15
England Athletics sent a team for the 10km, with Gemma Steel (33:56) leading an England top three ahead of Jenny Spink (34:33) and Rebecca Moore (35:41).
In the men’s race Scott Overall was second in 30:18 ahead of Alexander Teuten (30:23) and Matthew Sharp (30:29).
Ooredoo 10K, Doha, January 13
Eilish McColgan clocked a 31:56 chip time to move from 25th to joint 10th on the UK 10km all-time list. Read more here.