The 'Run'down - 28th October 2018
Whilst there were spooky goings on at the Skeleton Run and the Worksop Half, over in France, Helen James ran a superhuman 184 km and was placed fifth female at the Ultrarunners 24 Hour World Championships - congratulations Helen!
International Association of Ultrarunners 24 Hour World Championships, Albi, France – 24 hour open race
Helen James ran 184.4 km in 23.49.43 and was placed 5th female
Peter Booth 45.50
Claire Cassell 47.11
Jo Griffiths 51.49
Roger Griffiths 54.30
Charlotte Richardson 1.11.45
Vicki Carter-Bland 1.11.48
Sarah Wickerson 1.11.50
Bedford Autodrome Marathon
Ian Robinson 3.06.53 - 8th overall and 2nd M55
Liz Robinson 4.13.29 – 8th female and 2nd F55
Worksop Half Marathon
Paul Bentley 1.56.07
Karen Griffin 2.31.56
Dawn Storer 24.18
Bill Phillips 27.57
Claire Clark 29.42
Jonathan Rashleigh 23.24
Annabel Rashleigh 33.23
Ned Rashleigh 49.37
Amanda Rashleigh 50.47
Mark Sadler 23.05
1st November - Halloween Head torch Trail Run, St Leonards Church, Hoton
Spooky goings on at the church at the charity head torch trail run for the Alzheimer's Society. It's an off road run of around 6 miles - fancy dress actively encouraged, torches compulsory. Spicy soup, wedges and spooky biscuits upon our return, and all for a suggested minimum donation of £5. Please let Cheika Kennedy or Rob Beers know if you intend coming.
3rd November - Charnwood Trails, Woodhouse Eaves Village Hall
Social trail run of around ten miles led by Rob Beers. Meet at 10 am.
3rd November – Cancelled - Dovedale Dash
Cancelled due to waterlogged car park
Social committee announcements
Presentation evening, 22nd November – We only have a handful of tickets left, so book quickly to avoid disappointment!
Presentation evening raffle - We still need raffle prizes to support the Move charity! Donations would be greatly appreciated and can be given to any member of the Social Committee (Jo Chappell, Lorraine Toll, Julie Felstead, Farah Robson, Paul Bentley, Alison Newill, Sue Taylor, Lucy Snape, Monique Raaijmakers or Claire Armitage).
Christmas Tree Festival, Holy Trinity Church, Barrow, from Friday 6th to Sunday 8th December - Come along and see the Barrow Runners tree! The concert is Friday 6th December and costs £7 for adults and £3 for children.
Full details of races included and entry links can be found here –
Hopefully we have included all members racing over the last week. We always check results from all the races on our club calendar, but if you are racing further afield, please let us know how you got on either on Facebook or to [email protected] before Sunday night to be included in this week's roundup.
Prepared by Claire Armitage
Photo courtesy of Charlotte Richardson
28th October 2019