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Max Hall and Sean Reidy each delivered an all-round athletics masterclass when becoming British indoor pentathlon champions

PANVAC pair lift GB indoor pentathlon titles

Peterborough & Nene Valley AC's Max Hall and Sean Reidy won their age groups at the British Masters Championship in Sheffield, with Hall taking the over 35 title and Reidy the over 40 crown. Hall, a newcomer to PANVAC, who was ranked in the country’s top 10 decathletes at his peak, won the competition comfortably, setting a new British age group record of 3461 points in the process. His record breaking performance included a 60m hurdles PB of 8.55. Reidy has been a fixture on the local athletics scene since his school days, originally making his name as a top 400m hurdler. Having fallen back into second place after a slightly disappointing high jump, Reidy clocked a time of 2:48.07 in the final event, the 1,000m to take the gold with 3194 points.

Other PANVAC athletes were involved at the individual events in Sheffield. Sean Garmory ran a 7.34 60m and a 23.47 200m. Alastar Phelan also took on both sprints, finishing behind Garmory with times of 7.90 and 25.11 respectively. Under 15 star Sienna Slater grabbed a fine 60m PB with an 8.28 clocking. Slater also ran the 60m hurdles, finishing in 9.57. Father and son Simon and Isaac Fell both went in the 3,000m with Fell senior winning the race in 9:30.82. Under 17 Isaac ran a PB of 10:39.59. Read the full report.