Congratulations to all runners who completed the River Relays on Sunday 9th September 2018.
This year, 26.2 entered 6 teams. All teams performed exceptionally well and our A team (Joseph Gonzalez, Daisy Street, Chris Rawcliffe, Tim Bartholomew and our club Captain Alastair McGeoch-Williams) came in 2nd place with a time of 02:47:38! An absolutely fantastic result.
Leg 1 and 2 runners at the ready!
Full results can be found here.
Many thanks to all who represented the club and provided transportation. It was great to see so many club members out supporting as well as at the barbecue at the Hawker centre in the afternoon.
Leg three and four runners ready for the off!
Leg five runners ready to bring home the baton!
Following our success last year, the club are again looking to send a group to this years’ road relays. A highly competitive event and therefore only suggest the “faster” end of the club consider entering.
Held on Sunday 23rd September at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre. Full details on the SEAA website here
- Senior & Vet Women 4 x 4.5km
- Vet Men 4 x 6km
- Senior Men 6 x 6km
>Sign up here<<
All runners must be first claim members and registered with England Athletics.
With relay season now in full swing, we look ahead to the Nonsuch Relays to be held on Wednesday 4th July. The relays are run in teams of 4 competing over a 3km course.
All members are invited to sign up. We will be entering a range of teams in all pace groups so welcome all abilities.
>>> Nonsuch Relay 2018 Sign-up <<<
You can either sign up to be part of a team or to be allocated to any team.
More details of the event are available at: Running with David
This weekend we are sending out 2 teams of 11 runners to complete a 220 mile lap of London as part of the Green Belt Relay.
Spectators are welcome at any point on the relay so if you fancy a day out, why not come and support. We will all be gathering at the end of the relay for a celebratory BBQ at the Hawker Centre from 5.30pm on Sunday. Everyone is welcome to come along and join whether you ran, supported or stayed home.
Our runners are shown below. You can see the full content in a Google sheet.
Imber Court Relays are an invitational event. Please get in touch if you would like your running club to be considered for invitation.
26.2 members should sign up to volunteer or run here: Imber Court Relays – 26.2 Sign Up
26.2 Road Running Club are pleased to confirm that we will be hosting the Imber Court Relays again in 2018. The relays will be held on Tuesday 26th June and will start at 7.30pm with registration available from 6pm.
Each year we hold a relay event for local running clubs and this year we will be hosting the event at Imber Court for the second time. This is an invitational event which was previously held in Horton Country Park.
The relays will be held on Tuesday 26th June and will start at 7pm.
Teams will consist of four runners and each will complete the 1.6 mile course over flat but varied terrain before handing over to their team mates. There will be prizes for the fastest teams in a variety of categories
26.2 RRC will be entering teams but we also need volunteers to manage the start, the relay hand over, finish area and of course marshals on the course itself
Please sign up to volunteer or run at:
>>> Imber Court 2018 Sign Up <<<
The club are looking to once again send a number of teams to the River Relay on Sunday 9th September.
This is a 5 stage baton relay along the banks of the Thames, with legs ranging from 4.4 miles to 6.5 miles, from Boveney to the Hawker Centre. Full details on this link:
Register your interest today so that we can start planning for this fantastic event.
A date for your diary – This year we will once again be hosting a team relay at Imber Court, Molesey
The event will take place on the evening of Tuesday 26th June and will see local clubs invited to race 1.6 miles around Imber Court. Each team of 4 runners will compete in various categories. Last year the event was very well received by the other clubs and is now established as a replacement for the Horton Park event.
26.2 RRC will be entering teams but we will also need marshals and helpers for various roles before the event is held and on the evening itself.
The race begins at 7pm and follows a flat all terrain course around Imber Court and along the River Mole.
Imber Court will be putting on a BBQ for the post run social event and there is the cheap club bar available as well
More details to follow nearer the time.
So a number of people have been asking if we are planning to attend Cotswold 24 again this year which isn’t looking likely, however a new event, closer to home and organised by the same events company is starting this year in Henley on Thames. So with that in mind we thought we would gauge interest in those wishing to take part this year before to commit to entering teams. You can find full details of the event on their website -> here <- so please take a look.
However in brief the details are as follows:
- To be held on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th June
- Campsite opens at 5pm on Friday 15th June
- Entry for a team of 8 runners is £400 – £50 per head assuming we fill the teams £67 per head Maximum based on 6 runners
- Camping for Non Runners is £20 per person and kids camp for free
However to reduce costs the organisers are offering a free team entry for any organisation or club that can man a marshal point for the entire 24 hour period. That would mean if we entered 3 teams each runner would need to spend an hour of the weekend on point throughout the race. If we did this it would reduce the cost of entering by third to around £33 per head based on having 3 teams of 8 and filling all team spaces, further reducing costs if we entered a fourth team and so on.
So for now to gauge interest before decide if we are going to enter teams please can you register your interest using the sign-up form at the link below and please ensure you let us know if you would be willing to help man the marshal point if we took that option.
Click to Sign Up Here!
The club has once again entered two teams for Green Belt Relay. This year the event takes place on 19th/20th May. To take part you need to be able to run both days. We encourage as many people as possible to stay out in Essex. Sign up is available here: Sign Up!
Entries are first come first served so get in quick!
More details of the relay can be found here: http://www.greenbeltrelay.org.uk/