Tadworth 10 – January 2nd 2011

10 club members made it to the start line of the Tadworth 10 – fewer than had entered, but still a reasonable turnout. As ever, the race was tough and at the painful end of ‘undulating’, though without the ice and sub zero temperatures of recent years. Both laps involved a bit of horse avoidance – there’s some discussion on Runners World that this might have been a deliberate attempt to interfere, given that all local stables are informed of the race, but let’s hope it was a one-off. 26.2 results follow.

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January Club Handicap this Wednesday

Sorry, couldn’t join you this evening, seemed a bit cold and, anyway, already done two runs in two days, but look forward to you joining me and the ‘team’ on Wednesday for the first Handicap of 2011.  Weather prediction looks to be fairly reasonable, no icy patches like the last time, so will expect a good turnout.

As usual, initial registration will be at the Club with later arrivals being able to sign-in at the start in PIne Walk. I’ve attached the Analysis for the December race which shows any starting time changes where applicable.  Don’t be late.

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General: How to upload a file to the “Downloads” section of the website

To upload a file from your computer to the website, so that it appears in the “Downloads” section:

  1. Select Downloads from the menu on the left hand side of the club website.
  2. Click the “Submit File” icon.
  3. Select “Upload a file from your computer”, click Next.
  4. Click the Browse button, select the file on your computer you want to upload, then click the Open button.
  5. Click the Upload button.
  6. On the page that is displayed, under the “Document” tab, select which Category you want to store the file in from the drop down list (e.g. “Club Runs” – “1 to 5 Miles”.
  7. Click thebutton with a green tick on it.
  8. Done!

If none of the categories are suitable and you would like a new category created then email webmaster [ at ] 26point2.co [ dot ] uk and we will set it up for you.

General: How to upload a file to the “Downloads” section of the website

To upload a file from your computer to the website, so that it appears in the “Downloads” section:

  1. Select Downloads from the menu on the left hand side of the club website.
  2. Click the “Submit File” icon.
  3. Select “Upload a file from your computer”, click Next.
  4. Click the Browse button, select the file on your computer you want to upload, then click the Open button.
  5. Click the Upload button.
  6. On the page that is displayed, under the “Document” tab, select which Category you want to store the file in from the drop down list (e.g. “Club Runs” – “1 to 5 Miles”.
  7. Click thebutton with a green tick on it.
  8. Done!

If none of the categories are suitable and you would like a new category created then email webmaster [ at ] 26point2.co [ dot ] uk and we will set it up for you.

Grand Prix / Championship Definitions

Grand Prix
These races are chosen by the Committee as part of a series of events over the year.  Full details can be found in the appropriate area (Insert LInk Here).  A Grand Prix race may also serve as a Club Championship race.
 
Club Championship Race
This is an individual race that is used to decide one of the Club Championship events (e.g. Club 10k Championship, Club Half Marathon Championship).  

Grand Prix / Championship Definitions

Grand Prix
These races are chosen by the Committee as part of a series of events over the year.  Full details can be found in the appropriate area (Insert LInk Here).  A Grand Prix race may also serve as a Club Championship race.
 
Club Championship Race
This is an individual race that is used to decide one of the Club Championship events (e.g. Club 10k Championship, Club Half Marathon Championship).  

General: How to add a link to aForum Post in a News item

If you think a news item may spark off some forum comment you can easily set up an automatic link in the article. At the botton right of the space where yout type in the news item, there is a button labelled “Insert Fireboard Discussion”.

Click on this and it will insert some text like this

{ mos_fb_discuss:no_discuss}

Simply replace the no_discuss with the Category ID of the forum category you want the link to appear in examples given below.

Coming Up = 2
News Feedback = 7
Website Issues = 4
Gadgets = 6
Running (the) Club = 9

 

 

General: How to add a link to aForum Post in a News item

If you think a news item may spark off some forum comment you can easily set up an automatic link in the article. At the botton right of the space where yout type in the news item, there is a button labelled “Insert Fireboard Discussion”.

Click on this and it will insert some text like this

{ mos_fb_discuss:no_discuss}

Simply replace the no_discuss with the Category ID of the forum category you want the link to appear in examples given below.

Coming Up = 2
News Feedback = 7
Website Issues = 4
Gadgets = 6
Running (the) Club = 9

 

 

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