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British Athletes’ European Team Championships 2023 squad update

The European Team Championships 2023 British Athletics squad updates and full team ahead of the championships this week. Check out the changes below.

Susan Moore

ama pipi of great britain the women’s 400m
Ama Pipi of Great Britain the women’s 400m

The Great Britain and Northern Ireland squad for the European Team Championships 2023 has undergone a few updates, according to British Athletics. The six-day championships, which run from June 20-25, are already underway. However, the British contingent will not compete in Poland until June 23.

British Athletics revealed that experienced sprinter Bianca Williams will now compete in both the individual 100m and 200m events. This decision came after Imani-Lara Lansiquot withdrew from the women’s 100m race.

There are also updates to both the men’s and women’s 4x100m relay squads. Andrew Morgan-Harrison and Leonie Ashmeade have joined their respective teams, replacing Alex O’Gorman and Lewis Samuel. Read more: European Team Championships Silesia 2023 – Day 2 Timetable

In other changes to the European Team Championships 2023 squad, as revealed by British Athletics, Jade Ive has joined the team for the women’s pole vault after Sophie Cook withdrew.

European Team Championships 2023 – British Athletics Updated Squad

Great Britain and Northern Ireland Team

Men:

  • 100m: Jeremiah Azu
  • 200m: Adam Clayton
  • 400m: Alex Haydock-Wilson
  • 800m: Ben Pattison
  • 1500m: George Mills
  • 5000m: Jonathan Davies
  • 110m Hurdles: Josh Zeller
  • 400m Hurdles: Seamus Derbyshire
  • 3000m Steeplechase: Zak Seddon
  • Long Jump: Jack Roach
  • Triple Jump: Jude Bright-Davies
  • High Jump: William Grimsey
  • Pole Vault: Adam Hague
  • Shot Put: Scott Lincoln
  • Discus: Lawrence Okoye
  • Hammer: Jake Norris
  • Javelin: Joe Dunderdale

    4x100m Relay: Jeremiah Azu (Marco Airale, Cardiff), Oliver Bromby (Marvin Rowe, Southampton), Adam Clayton (Ryan McAllister, Giffnock North), Richard Kilty (Gateshead), Andrew Morgan-Harrison (Alex O’Gorman, Kingston upon Hull) and Tommy Ramdhan (Bexley)

Women:

  • 100m: Bianca Williams
  • 200m: Bianca Williams
  • 400m: Ama Pipi
  • 800m: Issy Boffey
  • 1500m: Ellie Baker
  • 5000m: Hannah Nuttall
  • 100m Hurdles: Abigail Pawlett
  • 400m Hurdles: Lina Nielsen
  • 3000m Steeplechase: Maisie Grice
  • Long Jump: Lucy Hadaway
  • Triple Jump: Georgina Forde-Wells
  • High Jump: Laura Zialor
  • Pole Vault: Jade Ive
  • Shot Put: Sarah Omoregie
  • Discus: Jade Lally
  • Hammer: Charlotte Payne
  • Javelin: Bekah Walton

    4x100m Relay: Leonie Ashmeade (Lewis Samuel, Wakefield), Alyson Bell (Anne Scott, Glasgow Jaguars), Amy Hunt (Joe McDonnell, Charnwood), Cassie-Ann Pemberton (Clarence Callender), Aleeya Sibbons (Coral Nourrice, Newham & Essex Beagles) and Bianca Williams (Enfield & Haringey)

Mixed Relay

Mixed 4x400m Relay: Charlie Dobson (Benke Blomkvist, Colchester), Alex Haydock-Wilson (Benke Blomkvist, Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow), Carys McAulay (Nick Dakin, Trafford), Laviai Nielsen (Philipp Unfried, Enfield & Haringey), Lina Nielsen (Philipp Unfried, Shaftesbury Barnet), Ama Pipi (Linford Christie, Enfield & Haringey) and Brodie Young (James McMenemy, Glasgow Jaguars)

Team Staff

Team Leader: Stephen Maguire

Team Coaches: Femi Akinsanya [Jumps], Leon Baptiste [Sprints & Relays], Benke Blomkvist [Hurdles], Darren Campbell [Sprints & Relays], Spencer Duval [Endurance], Jackie Newton [Endurance], Kate Rooney [Pole Vault], Martyn Rooney [Relays], Paul Wilson [Throws]

Team Support Staff: Abosede Ajayi, Laura Burke, Stuart Butler, Ben Jones, Laura Moss and Adam Rattenberry

About The Author

Susan Moore

Susan has been with World-Track since 2004 and continues to play a big part in our growth. She was never a runner, but loves the sport and encouraged all her children to do track. She is a former Examiner reporter and also wrote for several other publications, including ICC and VS Sports.

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