six by Female, with one Mixed race being tagged on at the end.
A total of 62 athletes took part, with a maximum of three athletes spread across the track in lanes,
recognising social distances in the two lap events.
The Summer calendar having been decimated by the Coronavirus epidemic,
most athletes certainly welcomed the unique opportunity to get back into
some form of competitive action, albeit somewhat limited.
One such athlete was Morpeth Harrier Joe Armstrong, who lined up in what was
effectively the fourth fastest race on the programme.
Joe finished second to Menai’s Osian Perrin, an Under 20 Athlete,
who posted a winning time of 1m57.61s, which for him was a personal best.
Armstrong meanwhile finished in 1m58.33s, some four seconds outside his best, however,
will feel pleased to be part of the action following weeks of inactivity.
His time was nineteenth fastest of those in action on the night,
which also saw a few willing UKA Officials stretching their muscles again.
Nevertheless, it was good to see athletics seeing some form of competitive action again, which means that those involved in the sport can at least remain hopeful of getting back into some form of action, albeit extremely low key.