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The next race for the SRC Club Anniversary League 2019 was the Birmingham half marathon and unfortunately resulted in a shorter race to 11.1miles, well done to ALL members for taking part and we now have calculated against the age grading system to a 11 mile race instead of half marathon distance. Many Thanks for Pete Walters for compiling the results and queries please email Pete NEW member & WELCOME back Louise Collins came top with a impressive 76.70% age grade performance followed by Robert Woodward 68.97% and Helen Evans 67.77%. The current league is very exciting with the closing [...]
There were a number of our club members who took part in the Birmingham 11.1 mile race at the weekend! Louise Collins, 1.13.24, Adam Crompton, 1.19.20, Robert Woodward, 1.20.14, Tim Lloydlangston, 1.25.31, Oliver Dudley, 1.26.25, Gary Coyler, 1.27.09, Rachel Batchelor, 1.30.25, Steven Barrett, 1.35.13, Helen Evans, 1.35.55 Tom Dovey, 1.37.58, Francesca Cox, 1.39.33, Stephen Bloomer, 1.43.00, Errol Cumberbatch, 1.43.03, Beth Lucas, 1.45.17, Stuart Floyd, 1.50.41, Natalie Heath, 1.59.08, Claire Packer, 2.04.47, Donna Ainslie, 2.05.12 and Ella Hughes, 2.29.30 Further afield, Mark Lawton went to Manchester to complete a full half marathon (!) in a time of 1.44.31.
Stourbridge Running Club hosted the third Bridge’ to ‘bridge via ‘port race on Saturday, which proved another great success. Runners took on a 34 mile scenic but tough course along the River Severn from Bridgnorth to Stourport and then along the Staffs & Worcs Canal to finish at the end of the canal arm in Stourbridge. A new finish area meant that runners were able to finish in the car park of the newly opened Old Wharf Inn, providing a very sociable finish area for runners and spectators. Please click here to view the full results. First solo finisher was [...]