TWO South Cheshire athletes set new county records and another pair equalled them at the 2004 Cheshire Track and Field Championships at Warrington.
Coppenhall's Stevie Stockton and Crewe's Michelle Robbins were the record-breakers while the promising Hayley Jones, from Nantwich, and Dominic Bradley, Stapeley, equalled records on their way to being crowned this year's champions at the weekend.
Stevie, who competes for Vale Royal AC, smashed the U17s ladies' 3,000m record - taking more than 27 seconds off the previous best time of 11mins 33.6secs.
She was followed by teammate Lorna Timms, from Sandbach, who also took almost 25 seconds off the previous championship best.
The pair also finished first and third respectively in the 1,500m.
Michelle, representing Crewe and Nantwich AC, leapt to glory in the junior ladies' triple jump with a new Cheshire best of 11m 30cms.
Vale Royal AC starlet Hayley matched the existing best of 25.0secs in the U17s junior ladies' 100m and also won the 100m in 12.1 secs, while Dominic, of Birchfield Harriers, equalled the 14.5secs record in the men's 110m hurdles.
Other successes for South Cheshire athletes saw several crowned county champions.
South Cheshire College student Becky Ellis won the junior ladies' 1,500m, Liverpool Harrier Katey
Read took first place in the junior ladies' 100m hurdles and Vicky Consterdine, representing City of Stoke, was triumphant in the senior ladies' 100m hurdles and long jump.
In the throwing events, Sandbach's Lucy Fisher, also of City of Stoke AC, won the shot put.