England call up for Luke

A former Somerset student has received his Senior Men England vest.
Luke Prior, aged 22, The King Alfred School Academy, received the prestigious vest after a very strong cross country season this year.

He finished 8th at the European cross country trials and 1st place in the Hampshire league fixtures. 

Luke has secured a place in the England team to race in Rotselaar International Belgium this Sunday (9th February).

Since leaving TKASA, Luke has represented Britain across the world. He has also won gold medals in the England 5000m competition and is ranked 13th in the UK over 10000 metres.

The King Alfred School Academy is one of the south west’s fastest improving schools.
Principal Nathan Jenkins said: “This is a tremendous achievement by Luke. He is living the dream in his chosen sport and we wish him all the best in yet another big year of races.”

European cross country trials and 1st place in the Hampshire league fixturese in the England team to race in Rotselaar International Belgium this Sunday. Since leaving TKASA, Luke has represented Britain across the world. He has also won gold medals in the England 5000m competition and is ranked 13th in the UK over 10000 metres.

The King Alfred School Academy is one of the south west’s fastest improving schools.
Principal Nathan Jenkins said: “This is a tremendous achievement by Luke. He is living the dream in his chosen sport and we wish him all the best in yet another big year of races.”