Birchfield Harrier Jade Surman added the AAA of England under-17 long jump title to her England schools' crown.
She followed a windassisted leap of 5.85 metres in the second round in driving rain at the Alexander Stadium with the AAA of England title, her winning margin being 15cm from Hannah Frankson, the Woodford Green & Essex Ladies' triple jump gold medallist.
The 16-year-old heptathlete is awaiting the results of her GCSE examinations in an action-packed summer combination of sport and academic studies.
Sandwell's Conrad Deacon, the reigning ESSA junior boys' long jump champion, had to settle for second place in the AAA under-15 event with a leap of 6.52m.
Weather conditions at Gateshead for the UK Challenge meeting were no better and competitors and officials had to endure wind, rainstorms, thunder and lightning.
Brad Yiend stopped the clock in a time of 52.54 seconds to win the men's 400m hurdles.
Sprint hurdlers Andy Turner and the former European junior champion Chris Baillie hotted up the chase for Commonwealth Games places.
Englishman Turner, of Notts AC, and Baillie, the Scot representing Birchfield, finished within millimetres of each other in a thrilling 110m hurdles A race into a headwind of 2.1 metres per second.
The duo also clocked 13.83 and 13.84 seconds respectively in their B race.
Sarah Henton threw the discus 42.66m to comfortably win her event by four metres.