Hill reps between windmill roundabout and Wykin
Guest coach Phil Fleetwood. Speed running style and transition to speed.
Hinckley Running Club is incredibly proud to boast so many marathon runners. Congratulations to those who have completed marathons in April:
Dave Burton 3:49
Aly Wren 4:01
Shawn Wilebore 3:46
Rich Whitelegg 2:36
Ben Harding 2.41
Chris Jordan 2:43
Andy Gore 2:42
Chris Limmer 3:00
Jason Brotherhood 2:56
Simon Earley 3:30
Matt Johnson 3:26
Iain Quinn 3.34 – sorry to have missed Iain off list. A great 2nd marathon in 3.34!
John Padbury 3:11
Karl Scally 3:11
Nigel Flook 3:43
Gill McGarry 3:55
Rachael Middleton 4:00
Gemma Cockshott 5:29
Mike Daniels 5:29
With 100 days to go until the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games, HRC is getting ready by giving people the chance to get involved at a Try Athletics event.
The Club is an official England Athletics affiliated one and is hosting the event on Tuesday 17th April from 6.15pm at its new home, Ashby Road Sports Club. Adults and children of all ages and abilities are welcome to go along and try a taster session.
Alex Copeland, national club development officer for England Athletics, said “Clubs such as HRC give people a great opportunity to get involved in the sport. People may not go on to be involved in the Olympic or Paralympic Games but the excitement and enjoyment they can get is every bit as great”.
100 Days To Go event
Just for fun!
Welcome to the new HRC website! It’s not just our site that’s new though – our home has moved, to Ashby Road Sports Ground.
All training sessions will now start from Ashby Road (Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.15). There’s ample parking, as well as changing and toilet facilities.
To celebrate our move, we’ll be having cake this week!
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Starting from Ashby Road – followed by celebratory cake!
Loops in pairs.
Well done to everyone who ran this morning’s lovely flat race in Kibworth. Full results here.
This was the last winter league race of the season. Well done to everyone who ran all five races – Kate, Gill, Debbie, Helen, Sarah M, Sally, John and Paul C.
Another great team turnout for the hills at Markfield. Full results here.
This year’s national cross country final took place this morning at Sinai Park in Burton, in the rain and mud.
And – WE WON IT!
A massive well done to everyone who took part, and everyone who’s run a cross country race this season. A real team victory!
Well done to everyone who’s run a cross country race this season – the team came first in the league! The men also won their league, with women coming third in theirs. Brilliant result!
We’ve now qualified for the national finals – please contact Steve if you are available to run on Sunday March 4th. Please note – you must have run at least two cross country races this season to qualify.