Muller British Champs Day 1

Here are some of our young athletes enjoying themselves at the British Champs today. Huge thanks British Athletics for the tickets.

Tomorrow, we have another group of young athletes enjoying the British Champs, while also cheering on two of our own! Good luck Kane and Katie.

It’s not only Kane & Katie competing for RSC tomorrow, as our Under 17s & Under 20s are competing in Stoke. Good luck!

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Katie Ingle & Kane Howitt to Compete in the British Champs on Sunday

RSCAC athletes Katie Ingle & Kane Howitt will be competing against the best in Britain at the Muller British Champs at the Alexander Stadium on Sunday.

Kane has the 200m at 13:50. If he makes the final that is the last event of the day at 16:50.

Katie is in the 3k steeplechase at the very precise start time of 14:44.

We wish Katie and Kane the best of luck.

Anyone going to watch, please look out for our royal blue vest and cheer very loudly!

The event will be televised on BBC 2, 1pm – 5pm on Sunday.

LA5 – Sunday 2nd September 2018

RSCAC is hosting their next Little Aston 5 (LA5) on 2nd September 2018 encompassing a 5mile road race and 2mile fun run. Please get the date in your diary to support our 25th anniversary RSCAC LA5.

Online entries for the 5 mile road race will be available very shortly whilst entries for the 2 mile will be on the day only.

Warwickshire County Record Holders!

We have recently been made aware of the fact that four RSCAC youngsters not only took the county championships title this year, but also got a county championship record in the process!

A massive well done to:

Isabel Male, Under 15 girls 200m: 25.59

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Jack Wakefield, Under 15 boys 1500m steeplechase: 5.46.8

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Jasmine Walker, U17 women javelin: 39.54m

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Martha Wood, Under 13 girls 1500m, 5.06.6

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West Midlands Schools Athletics

Good luck to all the athletes competing at this schools event at the Alexander Stadium on Saturday.

There are many RSCAC athletes taking part, trying to finish in the top two in their event to be selected to represent West Mids Schools at the Mason Trophy on Saturday 16th June.

Seniors Finish in Second Place

At the second Senior League competition of the season, the RSC seniors finished in second place. This was due to an excellent team performance with many PBs and equal PBs. Well done everyone!

Here’s a photo of all the team members who were able to stay until the bitter end.

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