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Achievements of EPC athletes

Highlights from 2023

The EPC has a proud history of helping to develop and support athletes from those achieving honours at university-level right through to elite-level athletes competing on the international stage. 

  • Joe Wigfield finished third in the BUCS Cross Country Championships A race and sixth in the World Cross Country Championships.

  • St Mary's Women's B Team achieved third in the BUCS Cross Country Championships short race.

  • Charlotte Purdue ran 2:22:17 in the Berlin Marathon moving to third on the British all-time list.

  • Beth Potter became the World Triathlon Champion and won the Paris 2024 triathlon test event.
  • Adelle Tracey achieved seventh in the World Championships 800m final, and was semi-finalist in the 1500m with 3:58.77 a Jamaican national record.

  • Elliot Giles represented Team GB at the World Championships and ran 1500m in 3:30.92 at the London Diamond League meeting to go ninth on the British all-time list.



The EPC Olympians


  1. Beth Potter
  2. Charlotte Purdue
  3. Emile Cairess


  1. Steph Twell
  2. Elliot Giles
  3. Revée Walcott-Nolan
  4. Stephen Scullion


  1. Charlie Grice
  2. Elliot Giles
  3. Jo Pavey
  4. Steph Twell
  5. Mo Farah
  6. Lennie Waite
  7. Beth Potter
  8. Rob Mullett
  9. Paul Pollock
  10. Mumin Gala
  11. Andy Vernon


  1. Andrew Osagie
  2. Mo Farah
  3. Jo Pavey
  4. Ross Murray
  5. Stuart Stokes
  6. Andy Baddeley
  7. Julia Bleasdale
  8. Chris Thompson
  9. Mara Yamauchi
  10. Nick McCormick
  11. Scott Overall
  12. Mumin Gala