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CHARLOTTE BROWNING

Born: 08 October 1987
Coach: Todd Morgan
Club: Aldershot Farnham & District AC
Lives: USA
OCWK: Female Athlete

 

Personal Bests
800m 2:02.52 (2010), 1500m 4:09.86 (2010), Mile 4:31.24i (2010), 3000m 9:21.77i (2010)

Involvement with OCWK
Charlotte has been part of ‘On Camp with Kelly’ since 2004 and has taken part in the following OCWK events:
South Africa Educational Camp 2004
Loughborough Get-Together Weekend 2005
Valencia Training Camp 2005
Pirbright Army Training Weekend 2005
London 2012 Get-Together Weekend 2006
100%ME / Tonbridge Get-Together Weekend 2006
Tonbridge Get-Together 2008
Tonbridge Training Camp 2010
Life Skills Get-Together 2010
London Get-Together 2012
Portugal Training Camp 2012
St Mary's Get-Together 2011


Athletics Achievements
1st NCAA 1500m 2010
1st NCAA Indoor Mile 2010
4th European Under 23 Cross Country 2009
1st AAA Under 17 Indoor 800m 2004
1st AAA Under 17 Indoor 1500m 2004
6th World Youth 1500m 2003
1st AAA Under 17 1500m 2003
1st AAA Under 15 1500m 2002
1st AAA Under 15 1500m 2001
2nd English Schools Junior 1500m 2001

Won UK Cross Country title for her age group in 2001, 2002 and 2003.


Performances in 2010
Charlotte got the year off to a great start with her fastest time ever for 800m, indoors or out, when winning at the Texas A&M Challenge in 2:05.50 on 30 January. She then went to fifth on the UK all-time list for the indoor mile when winning in 4:31.24 at the Husky Classic in Seattle on 13 February and smashed her 3000m best with 9:21.77 at the SEC Indoor Championships on 27 February. She won the NCAA mile title on 13 March in 4:35.66. In her first outdoor competition of the season at 1500m she smashed her personal best, improving by six seconds to 4:13.96 to win the Southeastern Conference title an went on to win the NCAA title in Eugene on 12 June. She finished seventh in the 1500m final at the Aviva UK Championships on 26 June and then improved her personal best to 4:12.40 on 1 July. She smashed that personal best just ten days later when winning the 1500m at the BMC meeting in Solihull in 4:09.86 and improved her 800m best to 2:02.52 in Gothenburg on 10 July.

Personal Bests set in 2010
800m - previous PB 2:06.15
2:05.50i, 30/01/10, College Station USA
2:02.52, 10/08/10, Gothenburg SWE

1500m - previous PB 4:19.99
4:13.96, 16/05/10, Knoxville USA
4:12.40, 01/07/10, Sollentuna SWE
4:09.86, 10/07/10, Solihull

Mile - previous PB 4:36.09i
4:31:24i, 13/02/10, Seattle USA

3000m - previous PB 9:45.32i
9:21.71i, 27/02/10, Fayetteville USA

5000m
17:00.79, 16/05/10, Knoxville USA


Performances in 2009
Charlotte went to 13th on the UK all-time list for the indoor mile when she clocked 4:36.09 to finish third at the Alex Wilson Invitational in the USA on 7 March. In her first outdoor race of the year on 3 April she set a new personal best for 1500m of 4:20.22 and on 16 April took one and a half seconds off her 800m best with 2:06.93. At the Southeastern Conference Championships on 15-17 May she improved her 800m best to 2:06.15 and her 1500m best to 4:19.66. She had an excellent winter cross country season in the USA including finishing 20th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships and returmed to Europe to take an excellent fourth place and team gold at the European Under 23 Cross Country Championships.

Personal Bests set in 2009
800m - previous PB 2:08.48
2:06.93, 16/04/09, Auburn USA
2:06.47, 15/05/09, Gainesville USA
2:06.15, 17/05/09, Gainesville USA

1500m - previous PB 4:22.16
4:20.22, 03/04/09, Gainesville USA
4:19.66, 17/05/09, Gainesville USA

Mile - previous PB 5:08.76i
4:43.52i, 31/01/09, Texas USA
4:36.09i, 07/03/09, South Bend USA

3000m - previous PB 9:55.0
9:45.32i, 24/01/09, Gainesville USA


Introduction to Athletics
Charlotte’s father got her into athletics when it was obvious that she had a talent at an early age. She started to take the sport seriously at the age of 11 when she joined Aldershot Farnham and District AC and was coached by Mick Woods.

Click here to check out Charlotte's recent performances on the Power of 10 website

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