HANNAH CURNOCK 1988 – 1992
Second sister of four, Hannah was a prodigious young talent.
In her very first outing for the club at a Gwent league cross country Hannah was unsure of the course and how to run the race so followed the leader all the way round to finish 2nd.
Having that experience under her belt Hannah won the remaining four Gwent League races.
Hannah continued to impress on the track, achieving excellent standards.
In 1990 Hannah topped the U13 800m UK Rankings. In the same year she also gained selection for England after winning the Midland Championships, where she finished second.
Moving to Westbury Harriers, Hannah received coaching from a number of sources and won the English Schools Junior Girls 800m in 1992.
Injury soon followed and curtailed progress of what should have been a notable Senior career.
|1500M||F13||5m11.3s||05/08/1990||Cheltenham, Midland League|
|800M||F13||2m20.7s||15/09/1990||Birmingham, Alexander stadium|
|800M||F13||2m22.3s||09/09/1990||Yate, Open meeting|
|800M||F13||2m24.0s||26/08/1990||Morfa stadium, Swansea Junior Game|
|800M||F15||2m12.62s||18/08/1991||Dairy Crest U17 Champs Crystal Palace|
|800M||F15||2m13.9s||21/07/1991||Stoke, Northwood Stad.|
|800M||F15||2m15.2s||26/05/1991||Midlands U/20 Champs Birmingham|
|800M Indoor||F15||2m19.4s||16/11/1991||Cosford,Mizuno Open,UK Record|