Results update 6 December – Percy Pud 10k, Edwinstowe 10k and parkruns

Percy Pud 10k – 2 December 2019

Samuel Lawson 2876 MSEN 00:40:21 00:40:08
Peter Tallents 20 M45 00:41:54 00:41:22
David Watts 120 MSEN 00:42:38 00:42:33
Pete Wade 493 M60 00:46:14 00:45:57
Trevor Lambert 636 M55 00:48:10 00:47:49
Karen Stebel 1793 FSEN 01:01:33 00:58:57

Edwinstowe Trail 10k – 2 December 2019

172 FS Kate Willett 53:06
208 M50 Glynn Jones 55:10

Parkruns – 1 December 2019 Continue reading

Cross Country – Sunday 9 December – Graves Park

If you would like a number, please get one tuesday or thursday from the cabin for £8 – it would be great to see a few more taking part.

Info from SYCAA – A few reminders:

  • No entries on the day this year.  I have asked club secretaries to get any entries to me by Friday evening.
  • The event order starts at 11am with Senior/Vet Men, followed by Senior/Vet Ladies & MV65s.
  • The start and finish as marked on the map may be swapped, depending on ground conditions.
  • No parking on Hemsworth Road and immediate area. Cones will be out. Officials only in the pavilion car park please.
  • Presentations in the pavilion as soon as we can manage it after the last race.

Fingers crossed for good weather and reasonable conditions. See you all there.

Caroline Wheelhouse Runs Fastest UK F60 10 Mile Time of all Time

On 25 November Caroline Wheelhouse broke the 9 year old record by 37 seconds, finishing with a time of 67:24.  Congratulations on an amazing run!

“Records are there to be broken, but if this one lasts only one week it has meant the perfect end to a season that started so badly!

After the bruises had faded from my London Marathon I had to start again to rebuild my season, which was a slow and patient process, but gradually things came together over the summer and culminated in the chance to run in an England XC vest.

Whilst running the TCS Amsterdam Half in October my average pace meant that I had also run the UK all-time fastest F60 10 miles, so I decided to see if I could do it again in a 10 mile race! The Derby 10 is a good fast course – although I was a bit surprised when we turned a corner and found a long section of grass – and the weather was very cold, but okay.

Although I think my XCs had taken away a bit of sharpness I felt strong and when the clock came in sight I was elated to think that I’d achieved something so good through summer’s hard work. And next year I’ll try to go faster!”

Cross Country Championships Entry Information

Please get your name in for the Yorkshire / Northern / National Cross Country Championships and the club will process your entries.  The attached form is available at the cabin or click here to download it.  Pass the form to Pam in the cabin with the entry fee of £7 for each race.  This is your opportunity to race against the best in the region and the country!  Deadlines on the form.

For the Notts XC Champs the entry details are here.

 

Results update 26 November 2018 – Doncaster 10k, Heaton Park Half, parkruns

All our 2019 events are now live for entries

Spring Open Meeting  – Saturday 20th April 2019

Sandall Beat 10k           Wednesday 12th June 2019

Town Centre 5k             Wednesday 10th  July 2019

Sprint & Endurance Evening      Wednesday 18th September 2019

Cusworth 10k                Sunday 29th September 2019

Heaton Park Half Marathon – 25 November 2018

Michael Richardson completed this half marathon on his birthday, 4 laps of the course finishing in 20th place with a time of 1:34:51.

The Doncaster 10k – 25 November 2018

Great running by George Phillips running a 2 minute PB and being first DAC runner to

finish.  1st DAC lady to finish was Marie-Louise Taylor who ran her fastest 10k since 2015.

1st 3 in the various age groups were George PhillipsConnor AndersonKevin Newmanmax joynesJack PellMargaret ButlerSue Greaves.

Dozens of our runners got PB’s and some got major benchmarks like 1st sub 40 or first sub hour.  You can see from the range of times that we are a competitive and inclusive club, as club captain I am proud of you all.  I know lots of the athletes who ran with the Pacers (from 40 minutes up to 65 minutes) achieved some amazing times with their help, they run with us every week so come and join them on our club nights along with the 85 runners who took part from DAC.

Claire Sayles wrote “Nearly ready for taking my tired legs off to bed now, but not without saying a massive thank you to you all. I haven’t been in the club long, but in this short time I have received such amazing support. So much so that you all inspired me to do my first 10k today at Doncaster instead of waiting for Gainsborough in March. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Proud to call you all my running family. What a fantastic day 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ xxx” Continue reading