TVH women’s team to represent GBR at ECCC

As reigning UKWAL Premier Division Champions, Thames Valley Harriers ladies team will be representing Great Britain at the European Champion Clubs Cup (ECCC) this Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May, in Castelló, Spain. TVH will be competing in group A against Europe’s 8 best athletics teams from the Czechia, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.

Congratulations to all the athletes (and their coaches) that have been selected. TVH’s fantastic team includes many of their athletes that won the ECCC Group B in Leiria, Portugal two years ago and they are looking forward to compete against strong opposition including some Olympians from the Group A teams. TVH’s team for the ECCC:

100m: Rachel Miller (Linford Christie)
100m B Race: Clieo Stephenson (Laura Turner-Alleyne) 
200m: Zoey Clark (Eddie McKenna)
400m: Zoey Clark (Eddie McKenna)
800m: Charlotte Buckley (Adrian Hemery)
1500m: Kosana Weir (Dave Wilkinson)
3000m: Kirsty Addy (Sam Stabler)
5000m: Lisa da Silva (JJ Quirke)
100m Hurdles: Angelita Broadbelt Blake (Lloyd Cowen)
400m Hurdles: Aisha Naibe Wey (Linford Christie)
3000m Steeplechase: Stephanie Ainley (JJ Quirke)
High Jump: Pippa Rogan (Steve Chapman)
Pole Vault: Clare Maurer (Nick Phipps)
Long Jump: Lia Stephenson (John Herbert)
Triple Jump: Angela Barrett (Frank Attoh)
Shot Put: Amelia Strickler (Zane Duquemin)
Hammer Throw: Pippa Wingate (Gareth Cook)
Discus: Kathryn Woodcock (Zane Duquemin)
Javelin: Olga Kotmilosi (Terseus Liebenberg)
4x100m relay: Angelita Broadbelt Blake, Annie Tagoe (Michael Afilaka),  Clieo Stephenson and Rachel Miller
4x400m relay: Angela BarrettAisha Naibe Wey, Charlotte Buckley and Zoey Clark

Last year in Birmingham the team finished a fantastic 4th place – the best finish by a GBR club since 1987, read more HERE 
 
Good luck to all our girls competing! 
 
For more information see the event website HERE 

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