Just a reminder that Sunday 3rd December is our annual mob match against the Stragglers and to confirm that the venue this year will be Surbiton British legion. With the numbers expected it was essential to find a slightly larger venue not only for the social afterwards but also for safety purposes as starting the run from the club would prove troublesome.
We are just finalising the start/finish of the route and will post further details shortly but for now the main details are:
- Registration opens at 9:30am
- Entry fee is the usual £1 per head
- Walkers will be going off at 10:30
- Runners starting at 11:00
- Please bring a raffle prize for afterwards, if everyone brings something then everyone should in theory leave with something
- Remember friends and family are welcome
- Please had over to the Facebook page event if you haven’t already done so and mark yourself as attending at the following link https://www.facebook.com/events/145270546090118/
- If you are injured or just fancy a more leisurely please let us know if you can help out as a marhsall or member of the finish team
We look forward to seeing another great turnout again this year and hopefully retain the trophy for another year but those pesky Stragglers won’t be giving up without a fight!
For those unsure of where the legion is it is on Hollyfield Road 2 minutes walk from Alexander recreation ground
We have once again been invited to participate in the Franckeiss cup. This is a set of rowing races for runners organised by the Skiff Club, Teddington. Our ladies team have won this event for the last 2 years and we hope to be victorious again this year. The next event will be held on Sunday 14th January 2018.
Any members can take part in this event. It is open to teams of 2 (men’s, ladies or mixed). Training sessions are offered before the event on Saturday mornings.
We have been offered an additional discount code the the Harry Hawkes 10 in addition to the normal affiliated runner discount.
The race will be held on Sunday July 16th and will serve as a great warm up for the Captain’s BBQ to be held later that day.
The following information was provided by the organisers:
The Harry Hawkes is a 10 mile race located at Giggs Hill Green in Thames Ditton, with a start time of 09.30. This is the 34th staging of the run which is always popular with club runners. It’s a fast, flat course and a very scenic route with sections along the river and through woodland, although most of the course is on surfaced road.
We have team challenge trophies for both men and women’s teams and we are always keen to attract more clubs to take part. With this in mind we are offering a £3 discount to your club runners entering the race. The affiliated runner entry fee is £23 (plus £2 online booking fee). With the discount this drops to £20.
Details of the race can be found on our website: www.harryhawkes10.com
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The 2017/18 Grand Prix season kicked off with the Dorking 10 mile race on Sunday 4th June 2017. Part of the Surrey Road League Series, the course takes on a shorter lap, followed by a longer lap, over the undulating country lanes to the south of Box Hill. Despite a cool start to the day, the heat soon began to build, creating testing conditions for the runners with the course largely exposed to the elements.
Congratulations to all who took part, in a highly competitive field.
Full results can be found Sports Systems – Dorking 10 Results
Grand Prix tables updated
A reminder for your diaries, the next Grand Prix is Claygate Country 5, at 10:30am on Sunday 9th July.
All members are invited to attend the 26.2 RRC AGM on Wednesday 17 May 2017 at 8.30pm, at Surbiton Racket & Fitness Club, Berrylands, Surbiton.
More details are available at: 26.2 RRC 2017 AGM
Well done to the latest class of Zero2Hero graduates. Following the 14 week training programme they have gone from couch to 5k by completing Kingston parkrun on Saturday 22nd April. We look forwards to welcoming many of you to the club.
This year our awards night will be held at the Royal British Legion on Hollyfield Road in Surbiton, KT5 9AL. The event will run from 7pm to midnight on Saturday 6th May.
The evening will include a buffet with vegetarian and vegan options. Awards will be presented throughout the night and will be followed by dancing until late.
All members are welcome and are invited to bring their partners (partners do not need to be club members). Tickets cost £15 per person payable via bank transfer to the club account. Each ticket includes one free drink at the bar, which is very reasonably priced for your other drinks.
Details for payment are:
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As a reminder of what was included in your last newsletter, these are the upcoming club events:
- Saturday 4th March – GP11 Homewood parkun
- Sunday 12th March – GP12 Surrey Half Marathon
- Wednesday 26th April – GP10 3000m race – venue TBC
- Wednesday 17th May – Club AGM @ 8.30pm
- 20th-21st May – Green Belt Relay
- 22nd-23rd July – Cotswold 24 Hour Relay Race
- Saturday 6th May – Annual Awards Dinner
If you didn’t receive your copy of the newsletter by email, please let us know.
Thank you to all members who gave up their time to help with Valentine’s 10k on Sunday. Once again the race was a great success with 431 runners completing the course.
More details are available on the Valentine’s 10k site.
The provisional date for 2018 is Sunday 11th February 2018 so add it to your calendars now.
With Valentines 10K only 1 week away we are putting the final touches to the race plan which we will share during the week. Grant will be emailing everyone around Wednesday / Thursday with details of what we require you to do on race day. Some will be asked to work in the race HQ others as marshals along the route. For those of you who are not familiar with what happens race day please read on for some guidelines for the day:
The course is a 10K route starting outside the Barwell Business park along Leatherhead Road, it heads along the Leatherhead Road and turns left towards Epsom, passes Horton Country park to Chessington, along Moor Lane and bridge Road, left back onto the Leatherhead Road and finishes at the Chessington Community College on Garrison lane. A course map can be found using the following link
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