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Press Report – 25th February 2019

Stourbridge Running Club made a long weekend of it, taking a group a runners to Leeds for the Saucony English National Cross Country Championships at Harewood House, a country estate between Leeds and Harrogate.
In the men’s 12km race Ed Davies was first back in 50:50, with Rob Colman finishing in 52:17, Steve Burch 58:03 and James Bellamy in 1:01:13. Event photos seemed to show Team Captain James enjoying the race more than the other runners.
In the Ladies 8km Chloe Pearson finished in 38:09, followed by Phoebe Packham 38:25, Lara Pentreath 40:46, Grace Allen 40:55 and Tabatha Trigg in 43:46, giving […]

2019-02-28T18:41:59+00:00 February 28th, 2019|Press Blog|Comments Off on Press Report – 25th February 2019

Legacy Cross Country League Results

Race organisers, please send your results to Email Me

Also club members and all abilities, if you’ve done races and would like to see the results here then let me know!

Results Archive 

Courtesy of Brian Smith at www.westmidlandsrunningscene.co.uk

2015 Results | 2014 Results | 2013 Results2012 Results | 2011 Results | 2010 Results

2009 Results | 2008 Results |

2019-02-19T21:27:19+00:00 February 11th, 2019|Cross Country League|0 Comments

Stourbridge STAGGER Marshals – Thank you!

Dear Marshal

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 […]

2019-02-07T20:46:57+00:00 February 7th, 2019|Club News|0 Comments

Stourbridge STAGGER A BIG Success & Thank you

Dear Members,

I would like to say, on behalf of the whole club, a very big THANK YOU to the race sub committee for organising and executing a very successful 2019 Stagger. We had nearly 500 people enter the main event and 85 in the 7k run. That’s nearly 600 entries, more than we have previously had before.
I was particularly struck by the way everyone supported Helen and her team and turned up to prepare the park for the race. There was even a large contingency there at 7.30am….and it wasn’t just the offer of bacon sarnies […]

2019-02-07T20:45:29+00:00 February 7th, 2019|Club News|0 Comments

SRC Anniversary League 2018

Thank you all who competed in this years anniversary league 2018. Well done to Rob Colman, Adam Crompton and John Coyne for completing the top 3 and we will be allocating prizes to you all normally within the annual AGM in April 2019. Please click here to view the final standings.
Coming SOON…SRC Anniversary league 2019 which is due to start in January and if anyone has ideas or races to be included please feel […]

2019-02-07T20:42:46+00:00 February 7th, 2019|Anniversary League|0 Comments

Club Membership 2019

Dear members,

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.

Please click here for the new […]

2019-02-07T20:44:40+00:00 January 28th, 2019|Club News|0 Comments

Press Report – 23rd January 2019

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.

2019-02-07T20:57:20+00:00 January 23rd, 2019|Press Blog|0 Comments