DEWAYNE Simms claimed gold to help Oaklands College Athletics Team retain their Southern England Students Sports Association (SESSA) title for the third year in a row.
The Hayes athlete helped the men's relay team win gold ahead of such renowned universities as Imperial, Oxford and Cambridge.
He was one of three gold medallists for the college, which secured a record medal haul, including seven silver and three bronze.
Simms also claimed silver in the men's 60m final, which had three finalists from Oaklands. Simms was beaten to the line by team-mate Antoe Walters.
Gary Anderson, academy and performance director at Oaklands College, said: "I am extremely pleased with all the athletes' performances, especially considering we are not yet in full competition phase. This means we can improve and build on this with greater results and achievements from the Athletics Academy."
Mark Dawe, principal and chief executive at Oaklands, added: "We are very proud of the exceptional standard of our sporting students. The results are testament to the hard work of the athletes and the guidance and support structure in place from within the Athletics Academy.
"We are on target to achieve our goal to produce athletes who regularly compete at both national and international levels."