Thank you so much for your support yesterday at the Stourbridge Stagger. I was overwhelmed from the very beginning when so many of you turned up early to help set up the course and registration area. The atmosphere in and around the Hub and out on the course was positive and uplifting. The feedback given by the runners, both at the end of the race and on Facebook is how motivating and friendly the marshals were and the photos already posted reinforce this. You all played an important role in the success of the race and I cannot thank you […]
Also please click here for the photos courtesy and fantastic Brian Smith
Relive the Stourbridge STAGGER ROUTE!
See you all next year 2020!
Please note if you haven’t yet renewed your Stourbridge Running Club membership for 2019 if you are able to complete by the end of January. We do have a new online membership payment system which is a much improved and faster payment system for your membership with Stourbridge Running Club. We have made investment into this new system, hosted by membermojo, to make it as easy as possible for you to renew. If you would still like to pay cash please see one of the committee member on club nights.
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Marathon training preparations continued for members of Stourbridge Running Club with a contingent of runners taking on the Gloucester half marathon at the weekend.
Rob Colman was first back for the club, finishing the undulating, rural course in 1.30.40. He was followed by Phoebe Packham in 1.35.23 and Keith Spokes in 1.42.31. Rachel Batchelor achieved a PB in 1.43.36 and Bob Hopkins finished in 1.50.24.
At the Builth Wells 5k, Nicola Jones finished in 38.11.
Tim’s Sunday morning marathon training group which is catered for most abilities from 9 to 12 minute per mile with regular stops, there maybe additional faster group in the coming weeks when pace and distance gets longer. We meet every Sunday morning at 8.30am by the main gates in Mary Stevens Park except for Sunday 3rd February due to the Stourbridge Stagger race.
Please click here to view the marathon training programme through to end of March weather dependant.
Stourbridge Running Club had just a few runners out this week, with Rachel Batchelor travelling to Bloxwich for the Sneyd Christmas Pudding Run. Rachel completed the rural, undulating 10 mile course in 1.20.18 and finished 5th in her category.
Best buddies travelled together for the Telford 10k, with Alastair Mcintosh finishing in 44.57 and Mark Lawton in 46.29.
At the Kickass Endurance 10k at Weston Park, Stourbridge Runner Dawn Nagle won first prize in her new age category. She finished 1st o/40 Lady & 3rd overall Lady in a time of 44.52.
At the Suicide 6 at Himley Park, runners took on 6 miles of obstacles including water crossings and the notorious Jacob’s Ladder. Steve Burch was the sole runner for Stourbridge and finished the tough course in 50.33.