Birchfield Harriers' Amy Harris again showed her pedigree in the women's long jump at the Midland Championships at the Alexander Stadium yesterday.
The 17-year-old Commonwealth Youth champion reached 6.16m - half a dozen centimetres beyond the UK Athletics qualifying distance for next month's European Junior Championships in Germany - in winning the silver medal just nine centimetres behind Forest of Dean's Sarah Rossiter, who is nine years her senior.
Tom Parsons, 21, from Solihull, went to the top of the UK rankings for the season by raising the high-jump record to 2.23 metres.
Rugby and Northampton's former European Junior champion Steve Phillips retained his Midland longjump title with a 7.72m leap while 22-year old Birchfield Harrier Leigh Smith added another five centimetres to his career best to finish runner up with 7.55m.
Tom Holden retained his Midland 800m title in 1:56:71 and his team-mate Martin Williams comfortably completed a Tipton Harriers middle-distance double, winning the 1500m in 3:54:39.
Birchfield Harrier Martin Whitehouse moved up in distance from the 3,000m, which he won last year, to add the 5,000m title in 15:11:62. Leamington AC's James Walsh was second.
The Warwickshire champion, Michelle Thomas, had nearly five seconds in hand when she won the 400m hurdles in a time of 59.31 secs. Her young teammate, Dan Cossins, unusually clocked identical times of 48.06 seconds in winning his 400m heat and final while Matt Dewsbury and Dwayne Lewis completed a clean sweep of medals for the Perry Barr club on their home track.
Harriers' Great Britain international Zoe Derham threw the hammer 61.00m to finish runner-up to her coach, the Commonwealth champion Lorraine Shaw.