Radley Open Meeting 2015 – Race Seedings

Race seedings can be downloaded here (subject to change on the day).

Athletes competing in track events will find it helpful to view these seedings as they show heat allocations and lane draws. If you are running in popular events such as 100, 200 & 800 meters please estimate the time of your race – it will take us about an hour to get through all the 100 meters heats.

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Radley Open Meeting 2015 – Finalised Timetable

A finalised timetable for the Radley Open Meeting 2015 can be downloaded here.
Adjustments since the provisional timetable only concern female javelin throwers.


  • British Summer Time begins on 29 March – do not arrive an hour late!
  • Due to ongoing refurbishments at Tilsley Park, there will be no hot or freshly prepared food available. However, there are vending machines on site and limited pre packed snacks will be available.
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Radley Open Meeting 2015 – Entries Now Closed

Entries for our Open Meeting taking place on 29 March 2015 have now closed. Thank you to everyone who has entered this event, we look forward to meeting you.

No more entries will be accepted and no entries or registrations on the day.
If you are planning to use photographic or video equipment we ask you to complete our approval form.

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Chips just misses out on final

Following Ramone (Chips) Smith's recent success at the Birmingham Games where he won the 60m with a personal best time of 6.74s he took on the best sprinters in the UK at the British Championships in Sheffield. He won his heat in a comfortable 6.80s, followed that up with a 2nd place in his semi-final with 6.78s to make it to the hotly contested final. A fantastic achievement! In the final the competition proved just a little too hot and he came 6th with a time of 6.78s showing consistency across the 3 rounds.

Ryan Smashes Club Record for Second Year Running!

A group of eleven Radley sprinters and jumpers took part in the Open Meeting at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. Despite this being the first event of the season there were a number of successful performances. The highlight of the day was Ryan Craze’s run in the U17 60m, where he followed up last year’s Club record with a new mark of 7.23s, an improvement of nearly three tenths. He followed this up with a 200m time of 23.19s, some 8/10 better than his indoor best.