Fleet Half Marathon 17 March 2019
Salisbury 10 14 April 2019*
Alton 10 12 May 2019
Netley 10k 19 May 2019**
Alresford 10k 16 June 2019
Lordshill 10k 30 June 2019
* Race is FULL
** Southamptons race : NEED VOLUNTEERS.
At the halfway stage in the league Southampton are 9/10 in Division One (Men) and the Ladies are rooted to the bottom of their division. Hopefully things will improve second half or we might be ‘celebrating’ relegations season end.
30th November : Gosport Half / Race capacity 2000 / Entries 1380 (2/10/2018)
69 p/c FULL
2nd December : Victory 5 / Current position u/k
55 p/c FULL (24/09/2018)
13th January 2019 : Stubbington Race capacity 1950 / Entries 1299 (2/10/2018)
66 p/c FULL*
*Note Stubbington closes entry 30 November 2018
The next three races in the Hampshire Road Race League are extremely popular.
GOSPORT Half Marathon 18 November 2018
VICTORY 5 2 December 2018
STUBBINGTON 10K 13 January 2019
All three races will top out well in advance. For example 443/800 places were filled for the Victory 5 24/09/2018. There is no point in talking about doing them then bleating about it when you don’t get in ENTER NOW. The maximum numbers of runners allowed at an event is set by the organising clubs negotiation with the local councils .
1st Man: Rich Waldron (SAC) SM 25.59
1st Woman: Kath Bailey (Winchester) F50 29.59
81 Scott Augur V50 32.46
The male and female winners of the competition for this year are Richard Waldron (ave: 81.10) and Jen Elkins (ave: 86.08).
They each win £100 pounds of vouchers to spend at Alton Sports.
The highest score at a individual race was achieved by Pete Costley (V50) for the men (84.33 / Victory 5) and by Jen Elkins for the ladies (87.18 / Stubbington 10k)
Calling all road runners.Many members may be unaware that there are training facilities available at the University grounds Wide Lane opposite Southampton Parkway station.The group meets on Tuesdays usually to run various sessions on the grass playing fields and on Thursdays for a road run both at 6.30PM . The sessions can be found on the web site under Training and are updated monthly. Wide Lane offers excellent changing and showers and caters for predominately road runners who can run at 6 to 8 minute miles although there is some latitude. Without wishing to offend my colleagues the average age is somewhat higher than in other training groups and on a Tuesday there is the option of re hydrating at the Cricketers Arms. Everyone is really welcome so why not give it a try.