Newham and Essex Beagles
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Newham and Essex Beagles Athletic Club is one of the leading athletics clubs in Great Britain. The club competes in the British League and Southern League along with the National Junior League and Youth Development League for competitors under the ages of 20 and 17.
The club was formed in 1887 as the Beaumont Harriers but became the Essex Beagles in July 1891 and merged with Newham AC in 1985 when it moved from Barking to the Terence McMillan Stadium in the London Borough of Newham, East London. 
|Daley Thompson||decathlon||1976, 1980, 1984, 1988|
|Paul Head||hammer throw||1992|
|Iwan Thomas||400 metres, 4x400 metres relay||1996, 2000|
|Michael East||1500 metres||2004|
|Chris Tomlinson||long jump||2008|
|Tyrone Edgar||100 metres||2008|
|Erison Hurtault||400 metres||2008, 2012|
|Christine Ohuruogu||400 metres, 4x400 mètres relay||2008, 2012, 2016|
|Mo Farah||5000 metres, 10000 metres||2008, 2012, 2016|
|James Ellington||200 metres||2012|
|Steven Lewis||pole vault||2008, 2012|
|Rabah Yusuf||400 metres||2012|
|Abdul Buhari||discus throw||2012|
Terence McMillan stadiumEdit
Named after Terence Mcmillan: First Charter Mayor of Newham 1965-66.
The track was originally cinder although it is not shown on a 1971 OS map. The opening meeting of the synthetic track was on 26 July 1985. It was resurfaced with Polytan PUR in 1995.
The nearest stations are:
The club kit consists of a black vest, with a gold horizontal hoop and a yellow vest, with the word Newham in black. The British Men's league kit is designed by Asics.
- Benton, Tony (May 1987). Fine Spirit: Centenary History of Newham and Essex Beagles Athletic Club, 1887-1987. Newham & Essex Beagles Athletic Club. ISBN 978-0951231609.
- "A gr-eight Olympics for Beagles". Newham Recorder. Newham Recorder. Retrieved 4 August 2015.
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