BUCS title and U20 record for Chalmers


CAMERON CHALMERS added another title to his ever-growing list yesterday as he won the British Universities & Colleges Indoor Athletics Championships 400m crown in Sheffield.

Merrien beats his own record

Photo By Steve Sarre 14-02-16Imperial 10 mile running race action

AFTER a month of altitude training in Kenya, Olympic hope Lee Merrien put aside the tiredness of an exhausting marathon schedule to chalk up a comfortable victory in the Chertsey House 10-mile road race on the Imperial loop.

Buis and Maisch take marathon honours


LESS than 24 hours after first stepping on island soil at the start of a family holiday, Carlisle’s James Buis eased to a comfortable victory in yesterday’s Canaccord Genuity Guernsey Marathon.

2006 European champion to run Guernsey Marathon


ROCQUAINE has a new sports star. Only the little coastal community probably does not know they have an Olympian and champion runner in their midst – even if she may have become a regular figure pushing out the miles up and down the west coast in recent months.

Mason into the 1500m running


ED MASON took advantage of Michael Batiste’s early-season rustiness to push himself into belated contention for a 1,500m spot at the NatWest Island Games in three weeks’ time.

Confident Chalmers impresses over one lap


TOM DRUCE lost a record, but nevertheless hailed the 400m performance of Cameron Chalmers, who set the local track and field season alight with a brilliant effort at Footes Lane.

GIAAC athletes gearing up for Games

Le Masuriers athletics open. 400mh. Sam Wallbridge. Picture: JON GUEGAN

THE trio of Ed Mason, Cameron Chalmers and newcomer James Bougourd all shone as Guernsey’s top athletes were in action at the FB Fields last weekend.