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HIGHGATE HARRIERS retained their men’s title, just hanging on over the final leg as Brahma Pochee did enough to hold off the fast-closing Niall Sheehan for Newham & Essex Beagles.

Brahma Pochee: Highgate runner brings home the victory

Paskar Owor put Belgrave Harriers ahead on the opening stage, with a 13:31 that suggested that the distance was somewhat shorter than the advertised 5km. His time was the best of the day.

Owor then revealed that Belgrave would put out a very strong team in the Mansfield national event with Phil Wicks and Nick Goolab likely to be in the squad.

Newham’s Josh Trigwell followed him home, before handing over to 1:48 800m runner Dale King-Clutterbuck, who muscled his way to the front by halfway.

Senior women’s winners: (l to r) Sue Rust, Ella Waldman and Kelly Thorneycroft

Then it was Highgate’s turn in front, as Robel Bahelbi took the lead for the holders on the penultimate lap with the second fastest time of 13:33, before Pochee secured the win. Bahellbi said: “I was 20 seconds quicker than last year so thought that I would be the fastest.”

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THE BIG INTERVIEW 14 HOLLY BRADSHAW Why only medals are good enough now for Britain’s top pole vaulter SPOTLIGHT 18 RIO MIGHT-HAVE-BEENS The potential stars of the future who were not at the 2016 Olympics ACTION 36 GREAT SOUTH RUN Chris Thompson and Tirunesh Dibaba take fast victories on the south coast 40 SOUTHERN CROSS RELAY Highgate Harriers and London Heathside crowned champions 42 MIDLAND CROSS RELAY Tipton’s men and Telford’s women take the senior titles 44 NORTHERN CROSS RELAY Lincoln Wellington lead the way with senior double PERFORMANCE 26 Sports science news 28 Coach Insight – Andy Young 30 Circuit training without a gym 34 Hi-vis products reviewed NEWS 6 Relay boys out to make amends 8 Tom Bosworth targets 50km move RESULTS & FIXTURES 46 Results round-up 57 What’s On – fixtures guide REGULARS 22 View From The Stands 24 Young Athlete 61 Quiz – test your athletics knowledge 62 Dip Finish