14/9 Tuesday TimeTrial Results

TimeTrial 1409


For those who did the 5K timetrial here are the results

JF10 draft results

JF10 2014 draft results

Draft results from today’s race, the last league race of 2014. Well done to everyone who turned out for the club!

League positions

LRRL league after Joy Cann 5 – one more race to go in the summer league!

The less good news first… Mens’ teams have suffered a little bit this season. We seem to yo-yo between division 1 and division 2, so after being promoted last season it did seem like relegation would be quite likely this season. Unfortunately the vet men’s team are already set to be relegated, but let’s put in a great final performance, and come back fighting next season, ready to win division 2! The men could POSSIBLY stay in division 1 with a truly heroic performance at John Fraser 10 – it’s Wigston Phoenix and Roadhoggs that you need to aim to beat!

The very good news – ladies are already confirmed champions of division 2, after winning all but two of the races so far. Ladies B are currently two points clear at the top of division 3, which is amazing – let’s keep it up and have two champion ladies teams! Vet ladies are comfortable in division 1, assured of safety next season after consistently amazing performances all year.

The next and final league race of the season is John Fraser 10 mile on Sunday 7th September. Entry and information can be found here:


Hermitage 10k


Well done to everyone who ran for the club on Sunday, at Hermitage 10k. The heat certainly didn’t make the hills any easier! Well done to the runners of the day, Gordon and Jenny.

Next league race is Joy Cann 5 miles on Wednesday 6th August. Full details and entry – click here.

Hermitage 10k results

Top of the league!

Well done to all HRC runners who turned out on Sunday, a great team turnout and some fantastic individual results, with Emma finishing 2nd lady in her first race since last October, and Chris and Kate finishing 6th man and lady respectively.

Ladies – we’re still top of the league! Undefeated in Division 2 after three races, let’s keep it up. Ladies B team are 4th in Division 3, C team are 17th; vet ladies are 6th in Division 1.

The men’s team are currently 7th in Division 1, with the men’s vet team 5th in Division 1.

Some great individual placings too after the first three races:

Kate Perkins: 3rd senior lady
Chris Limmer: 3rd senior man
Sarah McSharry: 5th senior lady
Gill McGarry: 2nd V45 lady
Odette Foxall: 6th V40 lady

Results and league tables:

Stilton 7, 16th March 2014

League tables after Stilton 7

Stilton 7, 16/03/14

The next league race is this Sunday, 16th March. The race is 7 miles and starts and finishes at Holwell Sports Club, Asfordby Hill, Melton Mowbray, LE14 3RD. The race starts at 10:30; make sure you allow plenty of time to arrive and park, and car share where possible. You’ll need to be a club […]

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Kibworth 6

Cake! :)

Well done to all 20 runners who turned up for yesterday’s race at Kibworth, the first league race of the season. There were some great results, including PBs, and five people running their first league race for the club. Click here for individual results. Team results to follow soon. Next league race is February 9th, which […]

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2013 Runner of the Year

As the presentation evening is fast approaching I ask you all to put your thinking caps on and let me know which two runners (one male and one female) deserve the accolade of Hinckley Running Club “Runners of the Year”. This is an important award as it decided by you, the members of Hinckley Running […]

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Standard Times 2013

It’s that time of year again! All standard times can be found on these pages: Ladies’ Standard Times Men’s Standard Times These pages also have an explanation of what the scheme is, and how it works.   If you’d like to apply for an award this year, please download and fill in THIS FORM When […]

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Our amazing president


Our club president, Geoff Oliver, recently took part in a 24 hour ultra run, and in doing so, broke 7 world records – at the age of 80! Read the full story of Geoff’s incredible achievements here: http://run.runandbecome.com/london-running-news/geoff-oliver-rewrites-80-ultra-record-books/

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