ATHLETICS: 'Rusty' Douglas fails to qualify for world indoor championships

The Oxford Times: Nathan Douglas in action at Sheffield

7:42pm Wednesday 12th February 2014

Triple jumper Nathan Douglas’s hopes of qualifying for next month’s World Indoor Champion-ships in Poland were dashed after he could finish only fourth at Sheffield.

ATHLETICS: Hannah aiming to become a driving force

The Oxford Times: ATHLETICS: Hannah aiming to become a driving force

10:30am Tuesday 7th February 2012

Oxford City athletics star Hannah England is renowned for living life in the fast lane – even though she does not drive a car.

ATHLETICS: Hannah still on a high

The Oxford Times: Hannah England with her silver t Heathrow

9:30am Thursday 8th September 2011

Hannah England says her achievement in last week’s World Athletics Championships in South Korea is finally starting to sink in.

ATHLETICS: England's sensational silver

The Oxford Times: Hannah England crosses the finish line to claim silver in the 1,500m at the World Athletics Championships

8:00am Friday 2nd September 2011

OXFORD’S Hannah England could not hide her excitement after winning a silver medal in the World Athletics Championships yesterday.

ATHLETICS: England 'chuffed' to seal place in final

The Oxford Times: Hannah England in action in Deagu

11:00am Wednesday 31st August 2011

Oxford’s Hannah England said she was chuffed to have reached the final of the women’s 1500 metres in the World Championships in Deagu, South Korea.

ATHLETICS: Oxon athletes are golden girls

The Oxford Times: Emma O’Hara, a recent convert to the hammer, won gold at Gateshead

8:30am Tuesday 5th July 2011

Abingdon's Emma O’Hara is hoping her gold medal at the Aviva English Schools Track & Field Championships in Gateshead can put her on the map of British women’s hammer-throwing.

ATHLETICS: Yamauchi runs out of steam

8:26pm Sunday 7th November 2010

Mara Yamauchi’s bid to win her first ING New York Marathon ended in disappointment as she finished 13th position behind Kenyan winner Edna Kiplagat yesterday.

ATHLETICS: Douglas stays upbeat

11:00am Thursday 5th August 2010

Oxford City’s Nathan Douglas remains positive about his future, despite bowing out after three jumps in the triple jump final.

ATHLETICS: Hannah takes positives

The Oxford Times: Hannah England takes a deep breath after the women's 1500m final in Barcelona

10:50am Thursday 5th August 2010

Oxford City’s Hannah England admitted she ran out of gas in the final of the 1500m at the European Championships in Barcelona after attempting to go toe-to-toe with the best on the continent.

ATHLETICS: Happy Hatti is on a high

10:50am Thursday 5th August 2010

Former Radley ace Hatti Dean insisted the world was her oyster after she smashed her lifetime best, but missed out on a European medal by the narrowest of margins in Barcelona.

ATHLETICS: Hatti's medal hopes

8:50am Thursday 29th July 2010

Courageous front running by Oxfordshire’s Hatti Dean secured a surprise place in the final of the 3000 metres steeplechase in Barcelona. The race was run at 11.30am local time with the thermometer registering 29 degrees, but the former St Helen and St Katherine’s School, Abingdon, pupil played down the heat.

ATHLETICS: Yamauchi vows to bounce back

10:45pm Sunday 25th April 2010

OXFORD-born Mara Yamauchi said she had “no excuses” after she finished tenth in yesterday’s Virgin London Marathon.

ATHLETICS: Mara fighting fit and raring to go

The Oxford Times: ATHLETICS: Mara fighting fit and raring to go

9:07am Thursday 22nd April 2010

THE dust has settled from the Icelandic volcano crisis, as former Headington Roadrunner Mara Yamauchi carries the nations hopes at this weekend’s Virgin London Marathon.

Mara on a wing and a prayer!

11:54pm Tuesday 20th April 2010

Former Headington Roadrunner Mara Yamauchi was due to touch down on British soil on Tuesday night after being caught up in the travel chaos caused by the Icelandic volcanic eruption.

ATHLETICS: New York half-marathon glory for Yamauchi

The Oxford Times: Mara Yamauchi celebrates finishing second in last year’s London Marathon – her main target after winning yesterday’s New York Half-Marathon

8:20pm Sunday 21st March 2010

Former Headington Roadrunner Mara Yam-auchi stormed to victory in yesterday’s New York half marathon.

ATHLETICS: Christian pipped in sprint finish

The Oxford Times: ON SONG: Christian von Eitzen races to second position in the Inter-Counties Cross Country Championship under 13 race Picture: Keith Mayhew

3:31pm Wednesday 17th March 2010

RADLEY youngster Chr-istian von Eitzen finished in a brilliant second place in the under 13 boys’ race at Saturday’s Inter-Counties Cross Country Championship in Birmingham.

ATHLETICS: Bellinger lands county title

The Oxford Times: COMMANDING: Darrell Bellinger out on his his en route to victory in the senior men's race in the Oxfordshire Cross Country Championships

3:35pm Wednesday 27th January 2010

Oxford City’s Darrell Bellinger was crowned senior men’s champion at the 2010 Oxfordshire Cross Country Championships at Middleton Cheney, near Banbury, on Sunday.

ATHLETICS: Hannah hits the jackpot

8:00am Thursday 17th September 2009

Hannah England could not hide her delight after producing her best performance on the international stage at the World Athletics final in Greece.

ATHLETICS: England in third place

The Oxford Times: Hannah England

10:56pm Monday 31st August 2009

Oxford City’s Hannah England put up a bold show to finish a creditable third for Great Britain in the women’s 1,500m at the Aviva British Grand Prix at Gateshead.

ATHLETICS: Douglas faces fitness battle

The Oxford Times: Nathan Douglas hopes to recover from a hamstring injury in time for the World Championships in Berlin

8:42pm Wednesday 12th August 2009

Oxford City triple jumper Nathan Douglas has vowed to put sensibility over stupidity as he battles to be fit for the World Championships in Berlin.

ATHLETICS: England still hungry for glory

The Oxford Times: Hannah England

8:41pm Wednesday 12th August 2009

Oxford City’s Hannah England is focusing on the positives, despite missing the World Championships in Berlin.

ATHLETICS: Hannah misses out; Nathan gets the nod

8:00am Wednesday 29th July 2009

Oxford City's Hannah England has been left disappointed again after she was overlooked for the Great Britain squad for the World Championships in Berlin next month.

ATHLETICS: Anxious wait for England

11:55pm Sunday 26th July 2009

Oxford City’s Hannah England faces a nervous wait to see if she is in the Great Britain team for the World Championships in Berlin after finishing fourth in the 1500m at the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Hannah over the moon at lifetime best

The Oxford Times: Hannah England in full flow on her way to a personal best time in the 800m at the European Team Championships in Portugal at the weekend

7:16pm Sunday 21st June 2009

Hannah England underlined her massive potential with a sensational display to help Great Britain win the European Team Championships in Leiria, Portugal.

ATHLETICS: Yamauchi eyeing Berlin success

The Oxford Times: ALL SMILES: Mara Yamauchi on the podium after finishing second at the London Marathon

3:22pm Wednesday 29th April 2009

MARA Yamauchi admits personal ambition will prevent her from teaming up with Paula Radcliffe at the World Championships in Berlin in August.

ATHLETICS: Focused Dean is back on track!

The Oxford Times: EFFORT: Hatti Dean tackles the dusty course in Amman. Picture: Mark Shearman

4:06pm Wednesday 1st April 2009

Former Radley runner Hatti Dean was philsophical after finishing 49th in the senior women’s race at the World Cross Country Championships in Jordan.

ATHLETICS: There's no stopping dominant Kimber

4:04pm Wednesday 7th January 2009

Headington Roadrunner Steve Kimber returned to action to post another victory in the third round of the Oxford Mail Cross Country League at Drayton School, Banbury.

ATHLETICS: England teams up for golden glory

The Oxford Times: EURO TRIUMPH: Hannah England on her way to 16th in the under 23 age group and a team gold for Great Britain

7:22pm Sunday 14th December 2008

Oxford City’s Hannah England was left beaming in Belgium yesterday after scooping team gold at the Spar European Cross Country Championships at Parc de Laeken course in Brussels.

Hatti on Olympic mission

The Oxford Times: Hatti Dean

10:20pm Wednesday 30th July 2008

ATHLETICS: Former Radley athlete Hatti Dean has vowed to repay the faith shown in her by the British Olympic Association after she was handed a late call to take part in the women's 3,000m steeplechase in Beijing.

ATHLETICS: England eyes up Olympic bid

The Oxford Times: Hannah England wins at the American Collegiate AA Championships

8:00am Tuesday 17th June 2008

Hannah England could be Beijing-bound for the Olympics after producing the best performance of her career at the American Collegiate AA Championships in Des Moines, Iowa.

ATHLETICS: Yamauchi aims to hit heights

The Oxford Times:

5:54pm Wednesday 28th May 2008

Oxford marathon runner Mara Yamauchi (pictured) will train at altitude in Switzerland as she continues her preparation for the Beijing Olympics.

ATHLETICS: Veteran Chris on top of the world

12:19pm Thursday 27th March 2008

Oxford City's Chris Padmore was part of a world record-breaking 4x200m relay team as he struck gold at the World Masters Indoor Championships in Clermont Ferrand, France.

ATHLETICS: England claims NCAA crown

8:30pm Sunday 16th March 2008

Oxford's Hannah England became the first British athlete in five years to win a US national indoor collegiate title with victory in the women's mile at the NCAA Indoor track and field championships on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Headington trio crowned champs

The Oxford Times:

6:06pm Wednesday 13th February 2008

Headington Roadrunners trio Jude Craft, Phillippa Prescott and Chris Dettmar all landed titles following the final round of the Chiltern Cross Country League at Wing, Buckinghamshire on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Kimber canters to first county title

The Oxford Times: OUT IN FRONT: Steve Kimber leads the way in the early stages of the men's race

3:52pm Wednesday 9th January 2008

Steve Kimber claimed his first senior men's title in the Oxfordshire Cross Country Championships at Banbury.

ATHLETICS: Kimber eyes up a title treble

The Oxford Times: GOING FOR GLORY: Steve Kimber bids for a hat-trick of titles as the Oxford Mail Cross Country League season gets under way at Ascott-under-Wychwood on Sunday

4:02pm Wednesday 31st October 2007

Headington Roadrunner Steve Kimber will bid for a third successive Oxford Mail Cross Country League title as the new season gets under way at Ascott-under-Wychwood on Sunday.

ATHLETICS: Harris leads Headington home

The Oxford Times: WINNER: Gary Harris

11:16am Wednesday 5th September 2007

Gary Harris continued his winning streak at Worminghall on Sunday as he led the field home at the Lidl Headington 10K by more than 30 seconds.

ATHLETICS: Radley wrap up season in style

The Oxford Times: IN ACTION: Rachel Brenton

11:10am Wednesday 5th September 2007

Radley's A team finished their Southern League Division 1 season in style as they won the final meeting at Tilsley Park, putting a dent in the title hopes of Guildford in the process.

ATHLETICS: City celebrate promotion joy

9:19am Wednesday 8th August 2007

Oxford City romped to victory in their final meeting in Southern League Division 3 West to clinch promotion to Division 2 South in style on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Hannah so close to medal

8:00am Monday 30th July 2007

Hannah England claimed an encouraging fourth place in the women's 1500m at the Norwich Union World Trials and UK Championships at the Manchester Regional Arena on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Douglas out of World Championships

8:00am Wednesday 25th July 2007

Oxford City triple jumper Nathan Douglas will miss next month's World Championships in Osaka after tearing a hamstring.

ATHLETICS: Galbraith's record run

The Oxford Times: Tracy Galbraith

8:00am Wednesday 4th July 2007

Headington Roadrunner Tracy Galbraith smashed the course record as she cruised to victory in the Didcot 5 on Sunday.

ATHLETICS: Douglas beaten into third

11:22am Thursday 21st June 2007

Oxford City's Nathan Douglas had to settle for third place with a leap of 17.18 in the Bislett Games in Oslo.

ATHLETICS: Douglas edged out by Idowu

10:24am Monday 4th June 2007

Oxfordshire triple jumper Nathan Douglas was forced to take second place at the Glasgow Grand Prix yesterday.

ATHLETICS: Hatti defies heat for top-20 finish

9:17am Wednesday 28th March 2007

Hatti Dean ran superbly in the heat and humidity of Mombasa, Kenya to finish 15th and lead Great Britain to fifth place at the World Cross Country Championships on Saturday.

ATHLETICS: Duoglas has gold medal chance

The Oxford Times: RARING TO GO: Nathan Douglas for his big European test at Birmingham

11:24am Thursday 1st March 2007

The coach of Oxford City triple jumper Nathan Douglas believes that he can go one step further than last year's outdoor European Championships by landing gold at this weekend's European Indoor Championships in Birmingham, writes Kieren Bushnell.

ATHLETICS: Plateau gets the nod from Kelly

9:47am Wednesday 28th February 2007

Radley's Carolyn Plateau insists the champagne will remain on ice, despite confirmation that she has been selected to join double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes's elite training squad.

ATHLETICS: Hatti set to take on world again

9:45am Wednesday 28th February 2007

Hatti Dean will get the chance to shine on the biggest stage of them all for the third year in a row, after she was called up for the British senior women's team for the World Cross Country Championships in Mombassa, Kenya.

ATHLETICS: Douglas second to Olympic champion

The Oxford Times: Hannah England

2:44pm Thursday 22nd February 2007

Nathan Douglas was forced to settle for second spot behind Olympic champion Christian Olsson in the triple jump at the Norwich Union Grand Prix in Birmingham.

ATHLETICS: Dominant Douglas earn Euro spot

The Oxford Times: Nathan Douglas leaps to victory in the UK Indoor Championships

10:41am Thursday 15th February 2007

Oxford City triple jumper Nathan Douglas has been rewarded for his victory in Sunday's UK Indoor Championships with selection for the Great Britain team for the European equivalent to be held in Birmingham next month.



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