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Superstars: Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers  show off the Lily B League and Cup plates

Athletics: Kingston & Poly youngsters are Lily B champions again

Clubmates (left to right): Stephanie Mitchell, Gary Ironmonger, Hannah Edwards and Alexandra Shamiol

Athletics: National ranking spots up for grabs for Herne Hill Harriers

Fastest lady home: Claire Grima of Hercules Wimbledon was top woman at the Jurassic Park multi-terrain 10km event in Budleigh Salterton, Devon

Athletics: Jurassic Park – Grima’s on song in Devon

Winner: Kojo Kyereme is a World Masters champion

Athletics: Kojo has the key and the secret to success

Date with destiny: Joe Choong, a former Whitgift School pupil, will be part of Team GB at next year's Rio Olympics

Athletics: Former Whitgift School pupil is Rio bound

Leading off: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Rebecca Keddie, right, on her way to an important second place finish in the women’s 800m

Athletics: Kingston & Polytechnic Harriers’ Southern League triumph could be tip of iceberg

OId friends: Croydon Harriers' Mike Fleet, left, with Martyn Rooney

Athletics: Croydon Harriers coach hails GB squad skipper Rooney ahead of World Championships

Record-breaker: Ann Martin of Hercules Wimbledon AC

Athletics: Records fall, but there’s no Hercules glory

Golden show: Harriers’ Michaella Pottinger

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers bring home South of England medals

One to watch: Hercules Wimbledon's Jaleel Roper

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon star keeps on the winning track

Winner: Paul Ogun finished first in the triple jump and long jump at the season’s final meeting of the Southern Athletics League

Athletics: League heartbreak for Croydon Harriers

Close but no cigar: Guiseppe Minetti

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers show their "bests" at the Masters

Double winner: Pippa Earley collects one of her two South of England U15 Championships at the weekend

Athletics: Kingston's Earley becomes queen of the south in Ashford

Jumping ahead: Croydon Harriers' Paul Ogun

Athletics: Harriers heartbreak as promotion slips through the fingers

Champion: Jade Ive with the spoils of success

Athletics: Sutton & District AC star Ive is focussed on pole vault glory once more

Be prepared: New Malden athlete Harriet Lester, left, is ready to take on the water jump again if it helps land her team the Southern Athletics League Division Three South West crown

Athletics: Kingston all set for title decider at Kingsmeadow

Thinker man: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho deep in thought on the bench at Crystal Palace

House of Payne: Mourinho should think of player welfare and reasons behind red cards

Honour: Croydon Harrier Martyn Rooney has been confirmed as captain of the British squad at the World Championships

Athletics: Croydon Harrier to lead out the Brits at World Championships

Remembering his roots: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey will always have a soft spot for Sutton & District

Athletics: From Sutton & District AC to international stardom... “Thanks, Les”

9 ways to train like an Olympic athlete: Team GB coaches share their top tips

9 ways to train like an Olympic athlete: Team GB coaches share their top tips

Man of the moment: Gavin Johnson-Assoon

Athletics: Double joy for Johnson-Assoon

Success: Martyn Rooney will now compete in both the 400m individual and 4x400m relay in Beijing

Athletics: Rooney to line up in World Championships after appeal victory

Generous: Matt Jafari from Mitcham at the Olympic stadium

Athletics: Sutton lad helps revive the London 2012 experience

Super-fast #1: Chad Miller

Athletics: Sibling rivalry can fire Miller brothers to the big time

Star quality: Worcester Park's Daniel Wolff has claimed gold in Los Angeles

Athletics: Special Olympics gold is dream come true for Worcester Park's Wolff

One of those days: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, right, of Sutton & District AC

Athletics: Disappointed Aikines-Aryeetey will look to the future

Beijing-bound: Croydon Harriers Martyn Rooney

Athletics: Rooney looking to time build up to Beijing to perfection

Young at heart: Stacey Ward, in action at the British Championships, may be 30 years old, but she is enjoying a purple patch in form

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers are not acting their age

Up in lights: The Croydon Harriers U15 girls sit top of the tree in the Olympic stadium

Athletics: Croydon Harriers storm home in the Olympic stadium

What a night ahead: Faith Price receives baton from Ria Edwards in the U13 girls' relay

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers youngsters to grace the Olympic stadium

Record-breaker: Stacey Ward in action at the British Championships

Athletics: Ward smashes her own Herne Hill Harriers record

World medalist: Rechmial Miller, far right, shows off his bronze medal at the IAAF World Youth Championship, alongside gold man Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, centre, and Derick Silva

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon are closing in on Miller time

Out in front: Herne Hill Harriers' Lulu King and Maisie Collis set  2015 records in the U13 1,200m with the first and third fastest times in the country this year

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers youngsters avoid the drop

On your marks: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey had a weekend to remember at the Loughborough European Athletics Permit meeting

Athletics: Aikines-Aryeetey enjoys a super Saturday

Back to winning ways: Croydon Harrier Martyn Rooney                         Picture: T Marshall - British Athletics/British Athletics via Getty Images

Athletics: Croydon Harriers Rooney gets back on the winning track

On the charge: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Pippa Earley, far right, sailed through her heat on her way to a championship best 10.90 seconds time in the U15 girls’ 75m hurdles English Schools’ final

Athletics: Just stay still, Pippa - Kingston’s Earley forgets 2014 fall to win English Schools’ gold

Champs: Sister and brother Sophie and Sam Mace

Athletics: Maces’ golden double

Kings: The record-breaking boys U13 4x200m relay team of Miles Ayoola, Jaleel Roper, Robert Philpott and Nathanael Pongolati

Latest out of Hercules Wimbledon: Sprinters out of the blocks super-fast

So near, yet so far: Shona Richards

Athletics: Happy Shona just misses out

Silver man: Croydon Harrier Daniel Luke finished second in the senior boys' 200m at the English Schools Championships

Athletics: Croydon Harriers’ schools medal joy

Winner: Ore Adamson, centre, won long jump gold at the English Schools Championships

Athletics: Adamson leaps to English Schools glory

Go get them: Shona Richards in action

Athletics: Richards back to her best

Bronzed: Harriers’ Gavin Johnson-Assoon

Athletics: Gavin is the man for Herne Hill Harriers

Looking ahead: Jade Lally from Mitcham

Athletics: Lally turns her discus onto Rio 2016

More to come: Croydon Harrier James Dasaolu finished runner-up in the 100m at the British Championships, but still qualified for the Worlds in August

Athletics: Croydon Harrier Dasaolu insists the best is yet to come

Don't look down: Croydon Harrier Emmanuel Thomas in pole vaulting action

Athletics: Croydon Harriers keep promotion hopes alive

Not this time: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey missed out on qualification for the 100m at the Worlds Championships after a fifth-place finish in Birmingham

Athletics: No tears for Harry AA despite falling short of World Championship qualification

Great going: Competitors celebrate their success

Battling bronze for Elmbridge in Surrey Youth Games

On his marks: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey is pumped for his return to the 100m track this weekend

Athletics: Aikines-Aryeetey prays for divine intervention in quest for selection

Time for bed: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey needs his kip, but he must obey the "sleep hygiene" rules

Athletics: Aikines-Aryeetey knows the value of his beauty sleep

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