TWO Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow athletes were crowned national champions at the UK Indoor Championships in Birmingham.

Morgan Lake confirmed her status as the top UK high jumper by winning her event in a close to best 1.94m, while Shelayna Oskan-Clarke also topped the podium in the 800m with her winning time of 2m 05.04.

Alex Haydock-Wilson also got amongst the medals with his third place in the 400m in 47.29secs, while in the same event, Jacob Paul clocked a personal best of 49.71in his heat.

In the female event, Jessica Knight was also on form, finishing fourth in the semi-final with her time of 53.16 – another PB.

The men's 60m also produced two WSEH semi-finalists as Rion Pierre made a welcome return to competition after a two-year break to finish fifth in 6.77.

Nathan Gilbert was the other WSEH semi-finalist, but he false started and was disqualified.

Adam Morre was eighth in the first 1,500m race in a time of 3:58.04, with brother Blake matching that position in the seond with a time of 3:53.56.

Steph Clitheroe was the sole WSEH athlete in the l adies 60m hurdles, finishing sixth in her heat in 8.82, while Camellia Hayes was 10th in the high jump with her 1.66m clearance.

A below-par Ben Fisher came 10th in the long jump with a leap of 6.82m.

Oskan-Clarke went on to dominate the 800m from start to finish in Muller Grand Prix meeting.

She triumphed in a time of 2:01.60, guaranteeing a place in the UK squad for the European Indoor Championships in Glasgow in two weeks time.

Also competing was 19-year-old Alex Haydock-Wilson, who in his first senior international he did well to place fifth in the 400m in 47.58.

He will also compete in Glasgow in both the 400m and 4x400m relay, with Lake the third member of the squad from WSEH.

They will also have a representative from Ireland, with Zac Curran competing in the 800m.