Angelica Moser and Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk spring surprises in Toruń

The form book is turned on its head in the women’s pole vault and long jump at the European Indoor Championships Pole vault favourite Holly Bradshaw was relegated to third place as victory went to unheralded Angelica Moser of Switzerland with a winning height of 4.75m. It wasn’t the only turn up on in the… Continue reading Angelica Moser and Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk spring surprises in Toruń

Jakob Ingebrigtsen goes the long way round for 1500m gold

Young Norwegian creates history but only after being disqualified – then reinstated – on a dramatic night in Poland Day two of the European Indoor Championships ended with Jakob Ingebrigtsen eventually being crowned as the 1500m gold medallist after he was dramatically disqualified and then reinstated as the winner. The 20-year-old had been in complete control… Continue reading Jakob Ingebrigtsen goes the long way round for 1500m gold

GB team for Toruń grows but Elliot Giles withdraws

Six athletes have been added to the British team for the European Indoor Championships but 800m star Giles will no longer compete Elliot Giles has pulled out of the European Indoor Championships to focus on training for the summer season. However, the British team for the March 4-7 event in Toruń, Poland, has increased after… Continue reading GB team for Toruń grows but Elliot Giles withdraws

Britain’s Euro trials: Who, what and when?

A guide to the action in Manchester, Loughborough and Lee Valley this weekend as athletes try to qualify for the European Indoor Champs in Poland When the pandemic put paid to plans to stage the British Indoor Championships in Glasgow this month, three micro-meetings were created to act as selection trials for the European Indoor… Continue reading Britain’s Euro trials: Who, what and when?