Megan pictured at Loughborough International last year (photo by Bobby Gavin)
Megan Keith returned to action on the track in Birmingham in midweek – her first race since the World Cross Country Champs in Australia in February.
The Inverness Harriers/Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds athlete took victory over 3000m in the Women’s A race at a BMC meet. Megan clocked 9:00.11 for the win and moved to tenth in our all-time list.
There were other strong Scottish performances that evening in younger age groups and also over 3000m.
Team East Lothian’s Corey Campbell, who is heading to the States on a scholarship later this year, clocked 8:06.46 for sixth place in his race – to move third all-time at U20 for Scottish athletes.
Giffnock North’s Conan Harper moved to fifth all-time at U20 with the 17-year-old clocking an excellent 8:07.35.
At the same meet, Kane Elliott of Falkirk Victoria Harriers followed up his bronze at the Scottish 5K Champs with a 1:49.02 run at 800m.
At Linwood, there was a terrific performance at U15 level from Angus Wilkinson of East Kilbride AC over 3000m.
Angust clocked 8:40.87 which is understood to be a Scottish and British best for the distance in that age group. Well done to athlete and coach!
Fine Decathlon performance by Joel McFarlane in the States – with a new PB now of 7661.
That takes Joel to third in the all-time list! Well done to athlete and coach.
Wonderful news out in Texas as Jack Turner, 21, scores 8011 pts in the decathlon with PBs in 400m, disc and vault. Just the seventh Brit to go over 8000– prev pb was 7659. Scotlands Joel mcfarlane also outstanding with 7661 (pb by 431).
— IanHodge8 (@ian_hodge8) May 13, 2023
Conan Harper, Corey Campbell, Kane Elliott, Megan Keith
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