Internationals and National Champions - 2017
James West - Great Britain Senior Team, Cross Country Relay, Edinburgh - January 2017
James West ran the third leg for Great Britain in the 4x1km cross country relay, handing over to Laura Muir, for the winning team.
Phoebe Barker - Great Britain Under 20 Team, Great Edinburgh Cross Country International - January 2017
Phoebe Barker finished 10th in the under 20 race at Edinburgh, competing for the Great Britain team.
James West - England Senior Team Indoor 1500 metres - Vienna, Austria, January 2017
James West was 2nd over 1500 metres, in Vienna, racing for the England team.
Dominic Brown - England Senior Team Indoor 1500 metres - Vienna, Austria, January 2017
Dom Brown was bundled off the track and didn't finish the indoor 1500 metres in Vienna.
English National Cross Country Champions - Under 17 mens team - February 2017
James Puxty, Bede Pitcairn-Knowles, Dan Seagrove and Dan Blades won the under 17 team title, at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.
James Puxty - English National Cross Country Championion - Under 17 men - February 2017
James Puxty won the under 17 mens individual race at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.
English National Cross Country Champions - Senior Mens Team - February 2017
Charlie Joslin-Allen, Ben Cole, Chris Olley, Kieran Reilly, Corey De'Ath and Max Nicholls were the scoring team, as Tonbridge won our first National Senior Cross Country title, at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.
Graeme Saker - British Masters, Over 55 Cross Country Champion, March 2017
Graeme Saker won the over 55 men's title, at Liverpool.
Over 35 Womens Team - British Masters Country Champions, March 2017
Sasha Houghton, Lucy Pitcairn-Knowles and Nina Ridge won the over 35 team title, at Liverpool.
Phoebe Barker - Great Britain Under 20 Team, World Cross Country Championships - March 2017
Phoebe Barker placed 57th in the under 20 women's race and was fourth scorer for Great Britain, who finished ninth as a team.
Fraser Gordon - England Schools Cross Country Team - March 2017
Fraser Gordon (241) was 4th in the Junior Boys race (years 8 and 9) at the Home Countries Cross Country International, held at Port Talbot, Wales.