The British international takes the 1500m and 5000m titles at the England Athletics, UK CAU and AAA Championships.

A day after victory in the 1500m final, Jess Judd stepped back onto the track in Manchester on Sunday (July 29) to contest the 5000m, and once again delivered to claim her second gold at the championships.

Judd took the lead after six laps and over the second half of the race continued to increase the gap over her challengers, and it was clear there was only going to be one winner.

The 23 year-old Blackburn Harriers athlete took the win in 16:13.47, with Katie Holt edging out Danielle Hodgkinson to clinch silver in 16:31.51 to 16:31.92.

On Saturday (July 28) Judd won her first gold of the weekend in the 1500m clocking a time of 4:18.01.

Alex Teuten claimed the men’s 5000m gold winning by over four seconds ahead of Will Richardson. The Southampton athlete, who has recently clocked personal bests over 5000m and 3000m, took the win in 14:42.42, with Birchfield’s Richardson crossing the line in 14:46.13 for silver.

Cheltenham’s Graham Rush completed the podium in 14:48.86.

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Other winners over the weekend included Chris Perry who clocked 9:13.95 to win the men’s 3000m steeplechase, while Katie Ingle clocked 10:15.38 to take the women’s gold, and Jacob Brown won a close men’s mile in 4:33.01.

Elsewhere, Mari Smith won the women’s 800m title in 2:09.23 and Markhim Lonsdale took the men’s gold in 1:54.19.

Kimbely Baptiste claimed a golden sprint double in the women’s 100m and 200m. On Saturday, Baptiste won the first of her double clocking 11.35 in the 100m, before winning the 200m in 23.40 on Sunday.

In the men’s sprints, Andrew Robertson won 100m gold in 10.06 and in the 200m Edmond Amaning clinched the win in 20.45. Meanwhile, Sadam Koumi won the men’s one lap race in 46.82, while Phillipa Lowe claimed the women’s 400m title in 53.90.

Jacob Paul won the men’s 400m hurdles in 51.47, while Hayley McLean took the women’s gold in 58.77. Jessica Hunter just pipped Alicia Barrett by 0.02 to win the women’s 100m hurdles contest, clocking 13.30, while Jake Porter won the men’s 110m hurdles in 13.68.

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