Thomas Keen goes to the top of the European standings
Youth athlete is quickest in his category on the continent
Thomas Keen has gone to the top of the European under-20 rankings after his performance at the Loughborough International.
The 17-year-old Cambridge & Coleridge Athletic Club member clocked 8min 14sec to finish sixth in a competitive 3,000m to take him to the top of the list
Scottish athlete Sol Sweeney won the race in 8.06, with fellow C&C runner Kieran Wood second in 8.11.
Julia Paternain, also of C&C, was competing for England at the event.
The under-20 athlete, who is bound for Penn State University on an athletic scholarship this summer, was fifth in the women’s 3,000m, with Great Britain Olympian Jess Judd winning the race.