Hall of Fame

A number of quite high class athletes are or have been members including twice times Olympic Pentathlon RAF athlete the late Don Cobley and ex British international Ron Gomez. As a youth Keith Miller came 5th in the English National Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields and Ester Evans represented Wales over 800 metres on the track.

The last twenty years has seen the club very prominent in athletics at local, national and international level.

  • 1980

    In 1980 club athlete Gordon Rimmer represented Great Britain at the 8 Nations Games in Tokyo. Gordon Rimmer
  • 1988

    Jean Cillard was 3rd Over 40 lady in the London Marathon in 1988 in 3.00.30.
  • 2010

    More recently Club athletes have represented their countries at world class international events. Ben Gregory represented Wales at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, finishing 6th in the men's decathlon. Ben Gregory Commonweath pic 2 2012
  • 2011

    Will Gurton represented GB at 800m in the IAAF World Youth Games held in Lille, France. Will - World Youths mid-shot
  • 2012

    Anuradha Cooray represented Sri Lanka at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, finishing 55th in the men's marathon.Cooray 2012 Olympic
  • 2012

    Patrick Taylor represented England at 800m at SIAB winning a silver medal after taking silver at the English Schools Championships. Patrick Taylor SIAAB
  • 2013

    Kieran Lindars won a bronze medal in Holland competing for Great Britain in Triathlon's European Relays at Youth level. He was also part of the GB squad as an individual in Turkey.Kieran Lindars GB Picture Triatholon
  • 2013

    Christian von Eitzen represented England at 800m and 1500m at SIAB winning gold and silver respectively. He had won gold at the English Schools Championships at 800m.Christian von Eitzen
  • 2014

    Ben Gregory finished 6th in the men's decathlon at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. His score of 7725 points is a PB and Club Record
  • 2014

    Anuradha Cooray finished 6th in the marathon at The Asian Games in South Korea. His time of 2:15:51 is a PB and Club Record
  • 2014

    Kieran Lindars has stepped up an age group in Triathlon and competed in both Holland and Geneva during this year for Great Britain.