At the Loughborough Indoor Open, Lewis Byng - coached by Loughborough coach Stuart Carlaw - produced a phenomenal 19.18m effort to break the British Under-20 indoors shot put record, adding 49cm onto the previous mark set by Jamie Williamson in 2006.
At the same event, Loughborough-based Paralympic hopeful Zac Shaw ran a 7.07s personal best clocking over 60m. The T12 (visually impaired) athlete who is coached by Loughborough and British Athletics coach Leon Baptiste, improved his previous best of 7.16s set last month.
There was also success for 2018 World U20 silver medallist and current Loughborough student Charlie Dobson who improved his 60m best to 6.75s.
Loughborough College student, Reynold Banigo also jumped a new PB of 7.85m to take him to the top of the British rankings for the long jump.
In France at the Meeting de Paris, Loughborough student Holly Bradshaw vaulted over 4.61m to take the victory on countback from Ninon Guillon-Romarin. The height takes the British record holder easily top of the 2020 British Indoor rankings.
Elsewhere in France at Mondeville, Loughborough-based pole vaulter and training partner of Holly Bradshaw, Harry Coppell vaulted 5.70m to take him within 10cm of the Olympic qualifying height of 5.80m.