Results update 20 August 2019 – Escrick 10k, Podium 5k and parkruns

Next Saturday 24 August is the next round in the DAC club championships at Doncaster parkrun, feel free to wear your club vests 🙂

Bawtry Forrest trail race is also come up, 8 September 2019. Click here for details.

Escrick 10k – 18 August 2019

Well done Jody who finished in 408th place with a time of 1:03:43 “Escrick 10k done this morning It was very hot. Will do it again next year but maybe not go on the bike the day before 😳😂”

Podium 5k – 17 August 2019

A PB from Sophie who finished in 11th place with a time of 18:17.

Parkruns – 17 August 2019

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UK Coaching Safeguarding and Protecting Children Course

Doncaster Council are running UK Coaching Safeguarding and Protecting Children Course on 22 October 2019 (6pm-9pm).  The venue is Hatfield Water Park.

If you would like to attend please see Barry Barnes or Martin James and we will forward the application form to you.  Places are limited to two per club and places are limited, if you are interested please let us know ASAP.

Results update 8 August 2019 – Butcher’s Dog Leg, Salt Cellar Fell Race, The Trunce and parkruns

Butcher’s Dog Leg 4.5 – 1 August 2019

PosTimeNameCat
824:56  Jonathan Frary M35
5130:08 Mark Webster M45
5931:08 Simon Parkin M45
11635:43 Dawn Goodings F50
13837:55 John Johnston SM
14538:48 MARGARET BUTLER SM
16139:51 Bridget Boutell F55
16640:22 Vicky Lindley F35
16840:52 Claire Sayles F35
17141:19 PETER BUTLER SM
17743:30 Jeanette Walters SW
17944:04 Martyn Walter M55
18445:55Sam ProwseSM
18646:35Sam CarsonSL
18746:37 Sharon Carson F50
18846:44 Sandra Meakin SL
19149:30 Lynette Jenkins F55
19249:30 Mark Kenworthy M50

Salt Cellar Fell Race – 2/8/2019

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Coaching with Mike Cooke

Mike Cooke a qualified UK Athletics level 4 performance coach in both sprints and hurdles is looking for athletes interested in training and competing at top level.  Planned training starts from October and I’m looking to recruit athletes for the start of next years training programme.

Annual plan of training used for all athletes:

Planned training from October will improve strength and conditioning, to enhance technical speed strength, stamina and overall fitness for all events especially sprints and hurdles.  The sessions use a variety of modern training methods and equipment to enhance technical performance including free weights.

The planned weeks of  training from October-March

Preparation phase of training – building the athlete

Monday gym session depending on the number of athletes, strength endurance development 7-8pm

Tuesday track session speed and speed endurance development 6-7.30pm

Wednesday rest recovery

Thursday gym Plyometrics and technical event strength development

Friday mobility work, injury prevention 7-8pm

Saturday technical event speed development track from 9am

Sunday hill training technical speed strength endurance development from 10am

All athletes get target goals set, performance advice on nutrition, competition and training.

All athletes training is planned and evaluated as below

Athletes interested in training and competing at a high level then text or call Mike on 07484659535 or come down to the track for an informal chat.

Athlete evaluation

Photos show typical strength and conditioning layout for a training session in a modern school gym to deliver high quality Plyometrics and strength endurance training.