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Great medal showing by Welsh Masters Athletics men at the British Championships at Moorways, Derby.


Great medal showing by Welsh Masters Athletics men at the British Championships at Moorways, Derby.


Welsh Masters Athletics men’s team collected 21 prestigious age category medals at the British Masters T&F championships at Derby in August, including 6 gold, 6 silver and 9 bronze!

Many of the medals were won by multi-event participants with Graham Holder claiming two gold medals for his success in the HT6K, and WT1134K events, and a silver in the DT 1.5K, whilst Ian Broadhurst won gold in the 200m race, and a bronze in the 100m.

Russell Whiting also won a gold medal in the 100m, and a silver in the 200m, and Sean Price was the other gold medal winner following his efforts in the 400m. In addition, Barrie Roberts won a silver and a bronze medal from his 800m and 1500m events, as did Oliver Williams over the same distances, but in different age category races.

Master veteran Mark Wyndham Jones won an incredible hat-trick of silver medals in the DT1K, HT4K, and JT500 events, plus a bronze medal in the SP4K, and plaudits for Paul Yeoman and Martin Tucker for their individual silver medals in their respective events.

And some other excellent awards won by Phil Rees, who collected two bronze medals, with Mel James, and Chris Pruski both deservedly winning individual bronze medals in their chosen events.

*The Welsh Masters Ladies team outshone the men this time at the BMAL championships by winning a total of 31 medals including 16 gold, 5 silver and 10 bronze medals.


The full report of the ladies team success can be found on this blog link:


*A full list of all the WMAL medal winners, together with a set of provisional results can be found on the following links thanks to Chris Pruski, and Brett Davis, and the WMAL backroom team:


**This is the link to all the WMAL medal winners.


**This is the link to the overall results and placings:



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