The Berkshire championships on Saturday 12 June yielded 9 gold medals for Eton, with two school records broken and one equal record, and two boys selected for English Schools.
Nana Owusu-Nyantekyi PJMcK extended his own school record to 14.56m in the senior triple jump.
Nana Owusu-Nyantekyi PJMcK
Dom Smith MJP equalled the oldest Eton track record (from1965) with a stunning 48.5s in the senior 400m. This was the fastest time ever seen at the Berkshire championships.
Dom Smith MJP (This and the previous photo are courtesy of Spencer Choi-Schagrin RPDF)
Nana and Dom are now among the top ranked boys in the country in their respective events, and will go on to represent Berkshire at the National Schools’ Championships in Birmingham in July.
Also, Will Ryle-Hodges RGGP turned in a wonderful 3000m run of 9.06.4 to knock 12 seconds off the old record, held by Duncan Bailey, who used to teach at Eton and is now Head Master of the Château de Sauveterre.
The other winners were:
Senior Shane Adams IH (pole vault), Guy MacInnes-Manby PBS (hurdles), Henry Ashcroft OS GRP (shot), Alastair Johnson KS (discus), Henry Taylor DMG (200m)
Inter Charlie Harris PBS (triple jump)
Junior Leo Clayton ME PBS (pole vault)
Many congratulations to all those boys.