Three wins in the 800 metres and another three in the hammer made up six of the eight gold medals won by ESM athletes at Mile End Stadium.
Will Pinder’s win in the U20 men’s 800m on the first day was followed up by Malik Ouzia in the U17 men’s event and Mukhtar Farah who took the U15 boy’s title on the second day. The other gold on the track came from Sam McGonigle who won the U17 men’s 3000m.
Rafal Morawski won the U17 men’s hammer, sister Tara Morawska took the U15 girls title and Charlotte Gould won the U17 women’s event. The other throws gold went to Selom Mortty who won the U17 men’s shot.
Tara also won silver in the discus as did younger brother Max Morawski in the U13 boys event. In the U13 girls age group, twins Connie and Roisin Lynch both won silver medals. Connie finished 2nd in the 70 metres hurdles and Roisin was 2nd in the 1500 metres.
In the sprints, Tabita Botuli won silver in the U17 women’s 100m and bronze in the U17W 200m while Nadia Mills won a silver in the U20 women’s 200m. The only medals in the senior events came from Chris Hepworth who was 2nd in the men’s 1500m and Shereen Charles who came 3rd in the women’s 100m.
See PowerOfTen for full results.