Hampton athletes from across the year groups put in a series of strong performances at the Harrow Athletics Meet.

A team of 28 Hamptonians visited Harrow School for the interschool competition, which involved eight schools from the local area competing in a range of events throughout the day.

There were many inspirational performance across the event, with personal bests achieved and School records broken. In the Junior section, there were first place finishes for Third Year Jayden Oni in the 300m event, alongside Second Year Marcus Solomon in his 1500m race. Both Hamptonians achieved personal bests, with Marcus also breaking a long-standing School record.

Our Intermediate athletes also fared well, with a total of six Gold medals secured by Fourth and Fifth Year Hamptonians. Fourth Year Jacob Austin finished first in the triple jump, a feat matched by Fifth Year Aaron Mills in the 100m hurdles. Fifth Year pupil Kieran Bouwmeester-Reid put in a series of strong performances across the day, with a total of four first place finishes in the five events he took part in. Special mention must go to Kieran for his performance in the shot put, in which he achieved a massive throw of 13.48m, and in the high jump with an exceptional height of 1.83m.

There was also success for our Sixth Form competitors, a highlight being Stanley Cumming’s two first place finishes in both the 400m race and the high jump. The day finished with a series of exciting relay events, culminating in a Gold medal secured by our Senior relay team of Luke Trotman, Stanley Cumming, Sam Shephard and Henry Fagan in the 4 x 400m race, a fitting end to a successful day of competition for Hampton athletes. In the team event, Hampton achieved a strong third place finish, only a few points away from second behind Harrow School and The Coopers’ Company & Coborn School.

Director of Sport, Mr Carlos Mills, who oversaw the Hampton team was delighted with the performances:

All the Hampton athletes contributed to a very successful and exciting day of competition. The pupils were a real credit to the School, very positive and supportive of each other.

A special mention to the Senior team who threw themselves into competing in multiple events. The sprinters finished the event on a massive high by coming second in a tight 4X100m race, and saved the best until last when the 4X400 Senior team ran a fantastic tactical race, holding off Harrow to win their final race in style.

Notable performances from the event are as follows:


Marcus Solomon 1500m  1st Place 4:33.27 (PB & School Record)
Sam Moylan-Jones 300m 3rd Place 40.38 (PB & School Record)
Jayden Oni 300m  1st Place 40.73 (PB)


Jacob Austin Triple Jump 1st Place 11.39
Nicolas Wojtylak Herrero 100m 3rd Place 12.08
James Queen 200m 3rd Place 23.78 (PB)
Josh King 400m 3rd Place 57.90 (PB)
Harry Armstrong 800m 3rd Place
Aaron Mills 100m Hurdles 1st Place 15.82 (PB)
400m 3rd Place 53.84 (PB & School Record)
Kieran Bouwmeester-Reid 100m Hurdles 1st Place 15.18 (PB)
Shot 1st Place 13.48 (PB and National Qualifying Standard)
Javelin 1st Place 45.22 (PB)
High Jump 1st Place 1.83 (PB & School Record)
Discus 2nd Place 39.98 (PB)
Freddie Bate 800m 4th Place 2:05.76


Cameron Hill 200m 3rd Place 23.78 (PB)
Stanley Cumming 400m 1st Place 53.63 (PB)
High Jump =1st Place 1.65
Sam Shephard High Jump 3rd Place 1.60
Gus Carter 400m 2nd Place 51.33 (PB & School Record)
Henry Fagan 800m 3rd Place 2:02.09 (PB & School Record)


Juniors 4 x 100 3rd Place 49.62
Internediates 4 x 100 3rd Place 48.68
4 x 400 2nd Place 3:46.43 (School Record)
Seniors 4 x 100 2nd Place 46.54
4 x 400 1st Place 3:44.13

Well done to all the athletes who took part in the event!

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