This weekend the 2014 Track Season proper gets under way when the first of this season's Southern Athletics League matches are held.
The League has been restructured to accommodate the extra Clubs that have joined following the continued diminution of both the Southern Mens and Southern Womens Leagues.
Every Sussex Club has now joined the Southern Athletics League, which is a combined senior mens and womens competition.
Brighton & Hove City are the only Sussex team in Division One and they will be in action at Bromley on Saturday where they will meet Basingstoke, Portsmouth and the home team Blackheath.
Worthing and District and the Crawley"B" team, the Crawley "A" teams compete in the National Leagues, are in Division two South and this Saturday Worthing will be at Andover and Crawley are at Abingdon.
The remaining six Sussex track and field clubs are in Division three South with Chichester travelling to Bracknell.
East Grinstead visit Hastings where they will face Invicta, Holland Sports and Havant as well as the home team while Eastbourne also have a home match where they will welcome Horsham Blue Star and the Combined Haywards Heath/Lewes as well as Medway and Salisbury.
We hope to carry team results on sussexathletics.org.uk as soon ..
Nerukar wins at London. Pepper leads Sussex in Marathon
Almi Nerukar (Phoenix) stole the Sussex thunder on London marathon day when she won the Under 13 Mini Marathon race.
For Nerukar this was sweet revenge on several of the youngsters who have beaten her in the end of season championships as she donned the South East vest to romp away ..
As anticipate it was the most exciting battle for the Sussex Road Relay championship at Christs Hospital on Saturday for many years but it was not the senior mens race but the senior womens clash that produced the drama.
Conditions were almost perfect apart from a light sou’wester and overall times ..
Exciting Battle ahead for Sussex Senior Relay title
Marathons have again a major impact on Road Relays this weekend as the London Marathon have decimated both the Phoenix and Brighton & Hove teams who would normally be vying for the Sussex Road Relay Championship at Christ's Hospital on Saturday.
Phoenix have won the title for the past three years ..
Sundays Brighton Marathon again produced dominating runs from Kenyan runners with the first two smashing the course record despite a strong South Westerly which probably caused considerable discomfort to many of the faster runners.
William Chebor and Dominc Kangor both ducked inside 2hrs.10min clocking 2:09:25 and 2:09:36 respectively to finish inside ..
Despite being well below full strength the Brighton & Hove City Athletics Club chalked up a fine result in the National 12-stage Road Relay championships at Sutton Park, Birmingham.
Using his strongest runners in the early stages in order to keep in touch with the leaders team manager Howard Bristow had ..
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