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Please click here for the results from Sunday’s Club Handicap Rd 1 for 2018 in various configurations. So pick the one you like the best (that shows you in the highest position I guess), and go with that 😊 😊

We had three First Timers which is always good to see, and at least 2 PB’s. Even though Michelle went wrong right near the end, I asked Matt to estimate a finishing time based on where Michelle said she was placed when the error occurred.

Keith if you have Michelle’s e-mail address can you forward please.

Also many thanks to

John for helping with the start and then going out on his bike to support, to Vic for handing out the Disks at the end, and to Brian for marking part of the course. Thanks Gents, most appreciated.

Also attached for information is the updated Best Ever Times List so you can see where you feature in the overall scheme of things since the Handicap has been going.

Thanks All

Dave

The Great Team Relay provides the perfect opportunity for the club to come together and enjoy some friendly competition with a flat and fast 4 x 5KM relay starting and finishing with the legendary London athletics track and taking in the surrounding Olympic park. There will be prizes for fastest male & female teams as well as mixed however, this could also be a great opportunity for some in-club bragging rights! 
If you are interested in running, please contact the club coaches - Colin White and Jo Ling for further details.
 
 

Rd 1 of the club Handicap takes place this Sunday from 8.30 in Lake Meadows. 
Meet in Lake Meadows round the corner from the Cafe up the incline. 
The course is a 2.7 mile undulating lap starting in the park, then out into Hillhouse Dr, Perry St, Knightsbridge Walk, Ricketts Dr, Perry St, Radford Way, Stock Rd, Cromwell Ave, footpath back into park, lap of the Lake, finish where you started. 
If never done it before just pitch up, let me know what sort of time approximately you would do for a 2.7 mile undulating lap, and I will slot you into a starting place. 
We do 4 of these a year in March, June, September, and December and your best 3 scores count towards the Club Championship, and the Handicap Trophy at the end of the year. So come along and see how you get on. 
See you there 
Dave