With a host of GB internationals as past and present members, Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow Athletic Club has an impressive set of club records across all age groups.
The earliest recorded records date back to the 1970s when Chris Sly ran 4.12.3 for the under 17 1500m steeplechase in 1974 and Peter Standing ran 7.54.97 for 3000m in 1978. Other long standing records include Lorna Booth for the 100m hurdles in 1982, Keith Connor for the triple jump in 1982, Bev Kinch for the long jump in 1983, Jeff Gutteridge for the pole vault in 1983, Wendy Sly for the 1500m and 3000m in 1983, Keith Fleming for the long jump in 1987, Mark Richardson for the 400m in 1998 and Paula Fudge for the marathon in 1988. Sir Mo Farah holds records at under 15, under 17 and under 20.
Nicola Sanders still holds the record for the 400m set in 2007, with 49.65, Kathy Butler still holds the records for 5,000m and 10,000m from 2004.
New records from recent years belong to Jacob Paul, who ran the 400m 49.49 in in 2017, decathlete Ashley Bryant who scored 8163 points in 2017, Jessie Knight who ran the 400m hurdles in 54.23 in August 2021 and hammer thrower Taylor Campbell who threw 78.23m in June 2021.
This year has seen a new seniors records from Morgan Lake who jumped 1.99m in the high jump (beating her own record set in 2018) and in the juniors, new records from Ella Davey in the under 17 1500m steeplechase, Tara Ferguson in the under 15 girls 3000m, Tobenna Okoro in the under 15 boys 300m and Zoe Allen in the under 13 girls 1500m.
2023 has also seen Michael Allison’s javelin throw of 76.97m at the England Athletics U20 championships in Chelmsford creating new records in both under 20 men and the senior men.
View and download club records by age group below: