England team selected for 2023 Loughborough International

We are pleased to confirm the athletes selected to compete for England at the Loughborough International on Sunday (21 May).

This year marks 65 years of this iconic track and field championship, which has seen many great names and performances over the years.

The competition is an important marker in the early outdoor season as athletes look to improve on their current form or chase qualifying standards ahead of this year’s World Athletics Championships and World Para Athletics Championships.

This year will also mark the first year that para-athletes will compete as part of each team in the match competition.

Reigning champions from 2022, England will be up against teams representing Loughborough University, Scotland, Wales, and Great Britain and Northern Ireland Under-20s.

Scott Grace, England Athletics Team Leader said:

“Many congratulations to all the athletes, their coaches, and clubs following selection of our England team for this year’s Loughborough International. We know that for some this will be their England senior debut, and for all this will be a great opportunity to compete for their country at the highest level. We are really looking forward to a competitive event in what is a hugely significant 2023 outdoor season. We wish everyone involved this weekend all the best and look forward to welcoming the athletes selected for England.”

The Loughborough International is part of England Athletics’ ongoing commitment to working with partners to create and support inclusive athlete-centred talent pathways which enable athletes and their coaches to develop, progress and improve performances in all disciplines at every level, as evidenced in our strategy for athletics and running.

S‌tart lists and live results on the day can be found on the Roster app.

The full England track and field team for the 2023 Loughborough International:


  • 100m: Imani-Lara Lansiquot (Coach: Ryan Freckleton; Club: Sutton & District)
  • Para 100m: Victoria Levitt (Stephen Sumner, Hyndburn)
  • 200m: Cassie-Ann Pemberton (Clarence Callender, Birchfield Harriers)
  • 400m: Louise Evans (Linford Christie, Blackheath & Bromley)
  • 800m: Steph Driscoll (Trevor Painter, Liverpool Harriers)
  • Mile: Lauren Church (Mark Booth, Reading)
  • 3000m: Kate Axford (Charles Dickinson, Belgrave Harriers)
  • 3k Steeplechase: Stevie Lawrence (Andrew Kastor, Croydon Harriers)
  • Sprint hurdles: Marli Jessop (Scott Grace, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers)
  • 400m hurdles: Nicole Kendall (Richard Holt, Harrow)
  • High Jump: Laura Zialor (Julien Reid, Marshall & Milton Keynes)
  • Long Jump: Brooke Ironside (Zak Kerin, Bournemouth)
  • Triple Jump: Adelaide Omitowoju (Benjamin Davies, Harrow)
  • Pole Vault: Jade Spencer-Smith (Richard Humby, Harrow)
  • Shot Put: Amelia Strickler (Zane Duquemin, Thames Valley Harriers)
  • Discus: Phoebe Dowson (Mark Chapman; Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow)
  • Javelin: Lauren Farley (Mark Chapman, Blackheath & Bromley)
  • Hammer: Charlotte Payne (Paul Dickenson, Reading)
  • 4 x 100m:
    • Ellie Booker (Lewis Samuel, City of Sheffield & Dearne)
    • Diani Walker (Clarence Callender, Birchfield Harriers)
    • Annie Tagoe (Vince Anderson, Thames Valley Harriers)
    • Rachel Bennett (Anita Richardson, Sale Harriers)
  • 4 x 400m:
    • Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Aston Moore, Liverpool Harriers)
    • Nicole Kendall (Richard Holt, Thames Valley Harriers)
    • Louise Evans (Linford Christie, Blackheath & Bromley)
    • Mary Abichi (Enfield & Haringey)
    • Ama Pipi (Linford Christie, Enfield & Haringey)
    • Poppy Malik (Grant Barker, Harrow)


  • 100m: Oliver Bromby (Marvin Rowe, Southampton)
  • Para 100m: Kevin Santos (Mike Utting, City of Norwich)
  • 200m: Jona Efoloko (Clarence Callender, Sale Harriers)
  • 400m: Dan Putnam (Blackheath & Bromley)
  • Para 400m: Columba Blango (Chris Zah, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers)
  • 800m: Angus Harrington (Philip O’Dell, Blackheath & Bromley)
  • Para 1500m: Kieran O’Hara (Patrick Gahagan, Havering)
  • Mile: Jeremy Dempsey (Philip O’Dell, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers)
  • 3000m: Blake Moore (Craig Winrow; Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow)
  • 3k Steeplechase: Thomas Bridger (Mark Vile, Cambridge & Coleridge)
  • Sprint hurdles: Joseph Agbodza (Colin Corless, Southend)
  • 400m hurdles: George Seery (Stew Marshall, Blackheath & Bromley)
  • High Jump: Divine Duruaku (Adam Gallie, Harrow)
  • Long Jump: Jack Roach (Lukasz Zawila, Newham & Essex Beagles)
  • Triple Jump: Jude Bright-Davies (David Johnson, Thames Valley Harriers)
  • Pole Vault: George Heppinstall (Trevor Fox, City of Sheffield & Dearne)
  • Shot Put: Youcef Zatat (Woodford Green & Essex Ladies)
  • Discus: Chuk Osammor (James Taylor, City of Sheffield & Dearne)
  • Javelin: Daniel Bainbridge (Tom Dobbing, Shaftesbury Barnet)
  • Hammer: Jake Norris (Paul Dickenson; Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow)
  • 4 x 100m:
    • Oliver Bromby (Marvin Rowe, Southampton)
    • Alwayne Campbell (Andy Paul, Birchfield Harriers)
    • Daniel Offiah (Linford Christie, Thames Valley Harriers)
    • Tyler Panton (Pete Griffiths, Woking)
    • Korede Awe (Michael Afilaka, Invicta East Kent)
    • Jordan Watson-Brown (Jeffrey Lawal-Balogun, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers)
  • 4 x 400m:
    • Ed Faulds (James Wright, Rugby & Northampton)
    • Dan Putnam (Blackheath & Bromley)
    • Lee Thompson (John Henson, City of Sheffield & Dearne)
    • Niclas Baker (Marvin Rowe, Crawley)
    • Sam Reardon (Nigel Stickings, Blackheath & Bromley)
    • Lewis Davey (Trevor Painter, Newham & Essex Beagles)
    • Columba Blango (Chris Zah, Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers)