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Blowing off the cobwebs: Harry Aikines-Ayreetey of Sutton & District AC

ATHLETICS: Aikines-Ayreetey blows away the cobwebs

Mucky business: Fred Slemeck of Hercules Wimbledon in the mud and mess on Parliament Hill

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon's Slemeck on the verge of County Championships

Medal glory: The Herne Hill Harriers U13s

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers perfect tribute to long-standing coach

Fast as you like: Croydon Harriers Rob Sakala

ATHLETICS: Double whammy for Croydon Harriers

Strong start: Kingston’s Phoebe Law was back to somewhere near her best at Parliament Hill on Saturday                                                 Picture: David T. Hewitson/Sports for All Pics

Athletics: Kingston's Phoebe Law finishes second at South of England Champs

Speedy: James Bennett of Striders of Croydon

Bennett carries the Striders flag

Keep going: U13 boys Callum Mckinnon-Smith (south Croydon/Whitgift School) and Thabo Witten (north Croydon/Trinity School) race home 16th and 17th respectively

Athletics: Croydon runners find the going tough at the Schools Cross-Country Championship

Double whammy: Nicholas Atwell in action earlier this season taking the baton from clubmate Sammy Croll-Mensah

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers pays a double visit to the indoor podium

So close: James Bennett finished second in the latest Surrey League cross country meeting, just six seconds off top spot

Athletics: Bennett and Mills lead Striders of Croydon home

Going to be close: The Croydon Harriers' men's team

Athletics: Croydon Harriers men's promotion hopes will go down to the wire

Top of the pile: Hercules Wimbledon's senior men's team, the new Surrey Cross-Country Championship winners

ATHLETICS: Close-knit Hercules Wimbledon men have that winning mentality

Steady on your feet: Muhammed Chilongani comes oh so close to a mud bath....

VIDEO: Going, going..... In the mud and goo, a Croydon Harrier turns potential disaster into a moment to remember

Anna Corby, Emily Howe and Stevie Lawrence

Croydon Harriers bring home the medals

Ollie Garrod on his way to victory at the Tadworth 10

Athletics: Wind and rain does not deter hardy runners at Tadworth 10

Athletics: Croydon Harriers youngsters kick-start the indoor sprint season

Athletics: Croydon Harriers youngsters kick-start the indoor sprint season

Bigger things to come: Stacey Ward’s bronze medal showing on Saturday is just the start

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers stepping stones

Top three: Graham Russ (second), Ollie Garrod (first) and Rob Feline (third)

Parkrun: It's win number 32 for the returning Epsom & Ewell Harrier

Fast-paced: Jessica Moore and Megan Driver of Croydon Harriers

Athletics: Croydon Harriers medal at the Holly Run

Large numbers: The iconic start at the Bushy Park parkrun

Athletics: Video reveals calm before the storm at Bushy Park parkrun start

Running back to form: Croydon Harrier James Dasaolu

Athletics: Croydon Harrier Dasaolu will be back for Rio with a bang

Athletics: Croydon Harriers round up - East Surrey League and Epsom Downs action

Athletics: Croydon Harriers round up - East Surrey League and Epsom Downs action

Leader of the pack: Striders of Croydon's Peter Mills leads the club home to win the Helen Furze Memorial Mobmatch against Wimbledon Windmilers - held in conjunction with the Nonsuch Park parkrun   All pictures: SP94552

Athletics: Striders of Croydon triumph when mobmatch meets parkrun

Champion effort: Walton Athletics Club's Sophie Mace

Athletics: Walton's Sophie Mace crowned Surrey's young sports personality of the year

Hot to trot: Souleyman Bah in action for Kingston & Polytechnic Harriers

Athletics: Kingston's Souleyman Bah determined to follow path to gold

Close but no cigar: Jonathan Cornish led the Hercules Wimbledon runners home at the South of Thames cross-country to a fourth place finish

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon just miss out on team medals at Polesden Lacey

Iconic: More than 700 athletes started the Bushy Park parkrun on Saturday

Athletics: Ex-Walton man Kissane-Wood celebrates first parkrun win in 124 attempts

Tributes: Ian Threadgold with his wife Caroline

A minute's silence will be held for runner Ian Threadgold who collapsed and died on Wimbledon Common

Lead man: Fred Slemeck helped to guide Hercules Wimbledon to silver at the London Cross-Country Championships last weekend

Hercules Wimbledon: Slemeck leads the senior men to London Championship history

First home: Jaden Kennedy enjoys that winning feeling

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers guide Wandsworth to opening London Youth Games victory

In it together: Some of the borough of Croydon team at Parliament Hill

Athletics: Croydon pick up medals at the London Youth Games cross-country opener

Best foot forward: Russian doping scandal is unlikely to affect athletes on the front line of the amateur ranks

Athletics: Doping scandal not much of a concern for grass roots

Setting off: Walton's Phil Bearman, 617, made a good start on Esher Common but faded to finish 74th

Athletics: Law just too good to be true

Top of the pile: The Croydon Harriers men's team

Athletics: Croydon Harriers men keep up the cross-country pressure

Commonwealth bronze winner: Injury and illness has scuppered Jade Lally's progress since the Glasgow championships

Athletics: Lally ready to emerge from the limelight and injury to target Rio 2016

Top effort: Jonathan Cornish was fastest at the Didcot parkrun, clocking 16 minutes 41 seconds

Parkrun: Hercules Wimbledon put on dominant display

National champions: The Herne Hill Harriers U15s team of Eimear Griffin, Alex Brown and Lucy Olsen

Athletics: Coach hails the national champions from Herne Hill Harriers

Happy times: Eddie Lambert (second), Dan Gaffney (first) and Nonsuch parkrun legend Ollie Garrod

Picture Gallery: All smiles at the Nonsuch Park parkrun

Scary: Jason Purle, who came home in 14th in 20:49, gets into the spooky spirit

Picture Gallery: Scary scenes at the Lloyd Park parkrun

Bronzed stars: Croydon Harriers' Alan Burn, Ernie Hann, Dom Nolan and David White

Athletics: Croydon Harriers men win Priory Relays medal to end decade of waiting

Fast paced: Croydon Harrier Saarah Nawaz in action for the U15 girls

Athletics: Youngsters carry the Croydon Harriers relay flag

Winning team: Herne Hill Harriers coach flanked by Maisie Collis and Jaden Kennedy

Athletics: More medal joy for Herne Hill Harriers

Golden girl: Emma Pallant winning the women's race at the Bushy Park parkrun earlier this year

Athletics: Bushy Park regular Pallant crowned world champion

Pipped: Kingston’s James Robertson, 26, was beaten by 24-year-old Scott Evans

Athletics: Kingston's Evans kicks off cross country season in style

Cheering them on: Friends and family line the route of the men's Surrey League meeting         All pictures:  Staph Ousellam

Athletics picture gallery: Thames Hare & Hounds and Croydon Harriers lead the way in the Surrey League

New role: Donna Fraser in Croydon Harriers colours in 2008

Athletics: Croydon Harrier "honoured" to be UK Athletics vice-president

Striding out: Lee Flanagan of Striders of Croydon

Athletics: Tough day for Striders of Croydon

Winners: The triumphant men's team of Croydon Harriers

Athletics: Perfect start for Croydon Harriers

Gritted teeth: Barnaby Woods of Hercules Wimbledon in action during Saturday's opening meeting of the East Surrey League

Athletics: Hercules Wimbledon make history, and finish top of the pile

MAgic Mo-ment: St Mary's Richmond Athletics Club's Mark Gratton with Mo Farah when he won the Bushy Park parkrun points crown in 2010

Athletics: Gratton wins parkrun war in Bushy Park

Winners (from left to right): Lucy Olsen, Lily Newton and Alex Brown of Herne Hill Harriers are the new National Road Relay U15 champions

Athletics: Herne Hill Harriers’ triumph is all about talent in depth

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