Last Saturday, LUCA descended on Lee Valley for what promised to be another fantastic Indoor Championships, with 236 athletes entered across the board. Incorporating both the University of London and United Hospitals Championships within the overall LUCA Champs, the day saw a range of excellent performances throughout, as well as some unexpected results. Brunel had never won a LUCA title before and it was widely expected that the fight for the David Morgan Cup would be between the much larger universities of UCL (37 athletes) and King’s (33). However, a team […]
Brunel have won their first LUCA title to become Indoor Champions. The west London university – known for its sporting excellence – is the first institution outside of the University of London to win the LUCA Indoor Championships. Most impressively, they did it with just 10 athletes. Out of these ten athletes, nine scored LUCA points, with Remi Jessop leading the way with eight points across the 60 and 200m. Another win and four points came from Annika Teska who also broke a course record in the high jump with […]
UCL made it three years in a row to win the LUCA Indoor Championship. With a margin of 5 points over King’s and 6 points over Imperial, UCL won the David Morgan cup for the third time in a row. They also won the University of London Intercollegiate championship. The competition also included the 150 Anniversary of the UH Shield. The newly re-formed St George’s won the competition with 44 points. A full report and pictures will follow. All results now online here and on powerof10 later today.
Updated 6:40am 25th November Heats are subject to change up to 1.5 hours before the event start time. In cases of discrepancy, the heats draw published at the venue takes precedent. Below should be used as a guide. Follow the build up here. 60m Men – Heat 1 Call room: 15:05 Expected heat time: 15:25 1 Lane No. U.H Name Club PB Rank 1 145 N Pierre Walker King’s 7.18 3 2 4 N Jake Storey Brunel 7.2 4 3 55 N Clyde Anucha QMUL 7.07 1 4 264 N […]
Before the modern Olympic movement there was the United Hospitals Athletics Club (UHAC). UHAC itself may no longer be operational, but the United Hospitals Athletics Championships which it organised are still very much alive. On May 31, 1867, the UHAC was formed at the West Brompton running grounds by Mr S Edwin Jolly. Since then, notable committee members have included Sir Roger Bannister, Dr Peter Sperryn and David Morgan. The annual meeting hosted by UHAC featured events such as the 100 yards, 250 yards, 880 yards, 1 mile, 2 miles, 120 yard Hurdle […]