Chloe Bradley wins Bronze

Doncaster Athlete Chloe Bradley won a bronze medal last weekendFullSizeRender competing at the British Universities and Colleges at the EIS, Sheffield and was representing the mighty Loughborough University team in the 1500m. Chloe won her heat on Saturday in a creditable time of 4.50.12 earning a place in the final on Sunday. The final was closely contested race with Chloe coming in an excellent third place in a creditable time of 4.48.10. A remarkable result due to a coming back from a recent injury.

Mike Cooke

National Cross Country Championship Results

Well done to everyone who made the long journey down to London for the National Cross Country Championships, great running everyone.  Thank you to Jamie Westerman for looking after the team.

Looking at the photos the course looked very tough which no doubt got worse as the races went on.

I will start refunding money when I get chance to those who ran in the Yorkshire, Northern and National Champs.

Our athletes results are below, hope I have not missed anyone.

Junior Men – 190 competed and the winning time was 33:26.  Bertie Houghton finished in 15th place with a time of 35:28.

Junior Women – 130 competed and the winning time was 22:48.  Georgina Weston finished in 86th place with a time of 29:15.

Senior Men – 2005 competed and the winning time was 39:12.  James Smith finished in 1152nd place with a time of 56:24.

Under 15 Boys – 371 competed and the winning time was 15:48.  George Westerma10672180_10204564909356138_4709837947413283535_nn finished in 255th place with a time of 19:25 and Joseph Law finished in 265th place with a time of 19:38.

Under 15 Girls – 379 competed and the winning time was 14:41.  Molly Butterworth finished in 280th place with a time of 20:09.

Under 17 Men – 280 competed and the winning time was 20:00.  Callum Wilson finished in 61st place with a time of 22:46 and George Phillips finished in 158th place with a time of 24:26.11021278_610665619077307_1818909344546938354_n

Photos borrowed from facebook.

 

 

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Results update 22 February 2015 – Huddersfield 10k, Snake Lane 10 and parkruns

South Yorkshire Road League – the numbers have not arrived yet but the directors have agreed to give a £2 discount to Doncaster AC runners, so if you do all 4 you will pay only £1.25 per race!

Road Sheffield Run, something a little bit different.  The race comprises 11 timed stages making up 20km with 4.5km jogging between stages.  You can enter as a solo runner or as a pair.  3 pairs make up a team (so 6 runners).  We currently have 5 pairs entered so please come and join us, it is a lovely route which is mainly off road.  We plan to eat together at the end.

Eccup 10 – 5 July 2015 – 10 Mile Road Race on closed roads around Eccup Reservoir in North Leeds.  Its going to be a bit warmer than Snake Lane or Ferriby!

Huddersfield 10k

Wayne Martison keeps doing the hilliest 10k races he can find, should be good practice for the road league.

1 576 Marc Fenwick MS Tyne Bridge Harriers 77.07 00:35:00 00:35:00
36 631 Wayne Martison MS Doncaster AC 65.92 00:40:53 00:40:55

Snake Lane 10 Mile

Great turnout for the Snake Lane 10, difficult running conditions with strong head wind for the last half and rain and snow started towards the end of the race.  Wishing Vicky Jackson a speedy recovery.

Well done to Carl Ryde for finishing in 3rd place.

PB’s for Martin James, Janet Kerry and Rose James.  Several of our athletes had never run a 10 mile race before (or run 10 miles before ever) and this was not an easy one for their first attempt at the distance so well done all. Continue reading