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Jake Heyward breaks British U20 indoor 3000m 50-year-old record in Cardiff, plus this weekend featured the BUCS Cross Country Championships and top indoor meetings in New York and Karlsruhe. In the UK thre are reports from Eton, Loughborough, Alsager, Chichester, Dewsbury and Blackburn, with news and results of note from other events across the world.

Reaching high in Hustopece

A team of 9 athletes, 4 coaches and physio travelled to Hustopece, Czech Republic to compete in the High Jump Gala in the Sport Halle. Of the 5 competitions on the day, England athletes competed with distinction in 4 of them. The England team also had the opportunity to network with the Elite athletes and their coaches, and all returned home suitably inspired for the forthcoming season.

Couldn't be better for Ogbeta in Bratislava

Naomi Ogbeta, was the stand-out performer in a strong outing by the England team in Bratislava. Naomi produced a new British U23 Indoor Triple Record of 13.52m to take victory in the women's triple jump. This was alongside several other England athletes recording personal and season's bests.

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Much attention this weekend was on the area cross country championships (reports here) and Laura Muir's Scottish 800m record (report here). Also, Edoburun clocks a world-class 60m PB, while Lily Partridge wins the Seville Half and Holly Mills is third at the Combined Events International.

Successful England team trip to Vienna

A qualifying standard and a number of personal bests were the highlights of our successful England team trip to Vienna. The team was a mix of experienced and developing young athletes selected from trial races and rankings.

U20 and U23 England representative opportunities on the road

England Athletics are pleased to announce the addition of two further international competition opportunities for endurance athletes in the U20 and U23 age groups. Both competitions take place on the road and complement the existing opportunities offered on the track, indoors and over the country.