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Monday 16th January
Training @ St Andrews
7.25pm

Tuesday 17th
Hills/intervals @ Vicky Park
7pm

Wednesday 18th January
Training @ Manor Rd
6.55pm


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Recent Results

LVpr 14/1/17

Sam Jolly 10th, 21.04
Igor Burbela 13th, 21.29
Richard Curtis 28th, 22.47
Emma Raven 35th, 23.22
Keith Dakin 88th, 26.22
Brian Feldman 162nd, 32.04
Liz Butler 180th, 33.12

MHpr 14/1/17

James Thurman 7th, 19.43
Steve Barnes 50th, 23.32
Rachel Dearden 98th, 25.16

Stretford pr

Kathryn Evans 124th, 24.07

Bpr 14/1/17

Max Barratt 16th, 20.08
Ben Milsom 24th, 20.58
Marcus Shaikh 77th, 23.41

LVpr 7/1/17

Sam Jolly 9th, 21.13
Igor Burbela 21st, 22.08
Steve Wheeler 49th, 25.22
Shaun Heaphy 88th, 28.56
Jeannette Franklin 113th, 30.51

MHpr 7/1/17

Steve Barnes 62nd, 23.43

Bpr 7/1/17

Ben Milsom 16th, 19.43
Max Barratt 19th, 19.56
James Thurman 22nd, 20.09
Rachel Dearden 93rd, 23.41
Dan Bannatyne 143rd, 25.07
Ian Bass 247th, 29.31

Bpr 1/1/17

Max Barratt 28th, 20.52
Igor Burbela 78th, 23.29
Ben Milsom 99th, 24.40
Steve Barnes 130th, 26.00
Brian Feldman 254th, 32.55

LVpr 1/1/17

Ben Milsom 21st, 20.56
Marc Draycott 25th, 21.09
Igor Burbela 35th, 21.30
Dave Lodwick 37th, 21.33
Richard Curtis 56th, 22.29
Max Barratt 60th, 22.38
Steve Barnes 97th, 24.44
Baz Barratt 167th, 29.44
Brian Feldman 199th, 32.26

Huncote Hash

Sam Jolly 47th, 51.12
Dave Lodwick 49th, 51.18
Dale Jenkins 59th, 52.28
Marc Draycott 86th, 54.31
Jackie Brown 112th, 56.56
Steve Robinson 119th, 57.48
Marcus Shaikh 161st, 1.03.29
Igor Burbela 178th, 1.04.29
John Stew 215th, 1.07.49
Natasha Eastwood 249th,  1.13.13
Barbara Hermann 267th, 1.15.00
Trudy Sharpe 274th, 1.16.31
Liz Butler 333rd, 1.30.01

Heaton Park pr

James Thurman 23rd, 19.56

LVpr 31/12/16

Terry Woodhouse 19th, 21.27
Emma Raven 23rd, 21.50
Richard Curtis 25th, 21.59
Brian Feldman 132nd, 30.34

MHpr 31/12/16

Steve Barnes 60th, 23.57

Bpr 31/12/16

Ben Milsom 25th, 19.40
Max Barratt 69th, 22.39
Baz Barratt 87th, 23.18
Caroline Smissen 336th, 36.05


 

 

Kibworth 6: 12/2/17

Entries for the Kibworth 6, the first race in the 2017 LRRL Winter League, will open on Monday 16th January @9pm (evening) via Run Britain. Further details of the race can be found on the dedicated page.

IMPORTANT: Entry is restricted to LRRL member clubs only, anyone entering who is not a member of these clubs will not have a number issued and will not be insured to run. LRRL operate a no refund policy in these circumstances

Squelching in Sinai

Sinai XC

A bit of a baptism of fire (or rather, mud) for Derby Runner debutants Leah, Liz and James B at a very soggy Mount Sinai. Considering the distance, we had a really good turnout (although we were lacking the all important lady vet). On a day that brought Paul Simon to mind (Slip sliding away) everyone was a little less clean and shiny by the end of 5 hard miles. Rachel was fastest for the ladies and James took the honours for the men. Full report to follow. Provisional results.

Training

Wednesday training is now back at Manor Road for the winter. Monday training is usually from St Andrews FC; check here or email/Facebook to confirm.

On Wednesday 18th we'll be doing the Spencefield Lane routes (but doing the loops anti-clockwise): 7 miles, 5.7 miles, 4.6 miles and 4 miles.

New Beginner and Improver Groups

We will be starting two new groups from Wednesday 11th January (7pm at Manor Rd). The first will be a Couch to 5K type, for complete beginners, and the second is aimed at people who've run their first 5K and want to move their running on. You can sign up at: https://groups.runtogether.co.uk/RoadhoggsBeginners

Medallists!

County Bronze

Congratulations to our Masters ladies, Rachel, Jackie and Emma who landed Bronze medals at the County cross country championships at a rather muddy Burbage Common. Kudos too to our battling men; James T, Terry, Richard C, Marcus and Brian.

Doing it in Style

Trudy Well, she might have been stood up by her nemesis the gorilla but Trudy certainly made a style statement at the Huncote Hash. Amazingly, the dress looked as bright and shiny at the end of six and a bit miles of mud as it did at the beginning; reportedly, NASA have made a bid for it so they can research the dirt-repelling qualities of the fabric.

Sam was first home for the men and Jackie for the ladies. Kudos to Igor and Liz for tackling the annual mud-fest in road shoes.

Captain Kim was on hand to offer encouragement as the runners fought their way up Croft Hill.