Gladman narrowly misses British final

Gladman narrowly misses British final

Gladman narrowly misses British final

First published in Sport

WARRINGTON Athletics Club’s James Gladman travelled to the Alexander Stadium, Birmingham for the British Athletics Championships on Sunday, and narrowly missed out on a place in the 110m hurdles final.

Gladman recorded a time of 14.21secs to finish third in his heat, but only the first two went through to the final.

The club also had a successful day on Saturday with Warrington athletes claiming first place in six age groups in the Victoria Park 5k run.

Jack Stubbing and Sam Roston were the first two under 15s to finish and came in fourth and fifth positions overall just over a minute behind the winning time of 17mins 14secs.

One minute behind the duo was Steve Burthem who was the first over 50s followed by his club mate Tony McCarthy first over 55s and Dave Tomkins first over 65s in a great time of 22mins 31secs.

Six minutes behind him was the first over 60s, Geoff Settle with his first parkrun since becoming deputy mayor of Warrington.

Nev Jones took the over 75s first place in 35mins 21secs.

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