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Hatti Dean at the UK Inter Counties cross country in 2011.
2 February 1982 |
Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||51 kg (112 lb; 8.0 st)|
|Updated on 02 April 2016.|
Harriet "Hatti" Archer (née Dean; born 2 February 1982) is a British long-distance runner who competes in cross country and steeplechase. She set three British national records in the 3000 metres steeplechase in 2007, most notably at a rain soaked event at Don Valley Stadium in July of that year. She competed at five World Cross Country Championships between 2005 and 2011, with her best result being 15th in Mombasa in 2007. She finished in the top ten at the European Cross Country Championships in 2008 (8th) and 2010 (7th), an event at which she has also won four team medals.
Archer earned selection in the 3000 metres steeplechase for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, but was unable to compete due to a stress fracture to her ankle. In July 2010, she ran in the 3000 metres steeplechase at the European Championships in Barcelona, finishing fourth in the final in a time of 9:30.19, eight seconds quicker than her previous best. She was upgraded to the bronze medal after second-place finisher Marta Domínguez was disqualified in November 2015, due to doping offences.
Born Harriet Emily Dean in Oxford, England, Archer was educated at the St Helen and St Katharine School in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. She married fellow distance runner Dave Archer in 2012. They have a daughter, born in 2014.
- 1500 m: 4:16.57
- 3000 m: 8:58.77
- 3000 m steeplechase: 9:30.19
- 5000 m: 16:06.53
- 10,000 m: 33.31.76
- 10 km road: 33:28
- 2006 UK national 3000 metres steeplechase champion (2nd in 2010, 2012)
- 2009 English national cross country champion (2nd in 2011, 3rd in 2010)
Note: The 2006 UK Championships and AAAs of England Championships were incorporated into one event.
- All non-cross-country results are at 3000 metres steeplechase.
|Representing United Kingdom|
|2005||World Cross Country Championships||Saint-Galmier, France||47th||Short-race|
|2006||World Cross Country Championships||Fukuoka, Japan||66th|
|European Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||heats||9:52.97|
|2007||World Cross Country Championships||Mombasa, Kenya||15th|
|World Championships||Osaka, Japan||heats||9:43.23|
|European Cross Country Championships||Toro, Spain||26th|
|2008||European Cross Country Championships||Brussels, Belgium||8th|
|2009||World Cross Country Championships||Amman, Jordan||49th|
|2010||European Cross Country Championships||Albufeira, Portugal||7th|
|European Championships||Barcelona, Spain||3rd||9:30.19|
|Continental Cup||Split, Croatia||7th||9:45.36|
|2011||World Cross Country Championships||Punta Umbria, Spain||21st|
|European Cross Country Championships||Velenje, Slovenia||18th|
|2012||European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||heats||9:57.00|
Note: In the European Cross Country Championships listed above, Archer has won four team medals, three silver (07,08,10) and one gold (2011).
- Eventful evening at Sheffield Grand Prix, 16 July 2007
- Injured Dean misses Beijing Games , 13 August 2008
- Coldwell, Ben. (23 November 2015). . Athletics Weekly. Retrieved on 02 April 2016.
- World Mountain Running Championships 2016.
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