The results for the Marshfield Mudlark and Mudlite races are now available here. Thank you for joining us today and congratulations to you all. We really hope you enjoyed your run with us and look forward to seeing you all again next year.
2017 is already our most successful year for entrants in club championship races with over 200 to date and a few races to go.
The ladies championship is wide open with a decent number of possible victors and the gents appears to be coming down to a battle of our speedy veterans Pete Allen and Alan ‘Rex’ Kember. Pete has been leading the whole year but Alan is tracking his prey like a mighty Tyrannosaurus.
Just to note: The club championship tables on the website will not be updated after Over the Hills. We’ll leave Bromham, 2x Parkrun, Half and Full Marathon off and the winners will be announced at the AGM.
2 of the races remaining are the best of 3 Parkruns. One will be the graduation of our current Beginners section around the end of November.
The 2nd one, I am pleased to announce is going to be the inaugural Melksham Parkrun. It has been over a year since the local council gave approval for a Parkrun in Melksham and the final hurdle has been overcome so the first one is imminent. We will let you know the date when it has been confirmed.
The committee have started looking at races for 2018, Slaughterford 9 will definitely be on there so make sure you sign up when it becomes available.
It has been decided to drop Bromham from the 2018 schedule due to difficulty to get in for some, the rising cost and we have 4 Road 10k races. It was nearly removed from 2017 but hung on and its time is up.
So does anyone have a suggestion for a race to end the year with? It probably needs to be within about 20 miles. Please email me or message me through Facebook or speak to me on a club night and I’ll collate responses.
And finally, if there are any other races you’ve done which you think should be considered, we’re always looking to keep the championship fresh so let me know.
Committee will sign off at their November meeting so please let me know by the end of this month.
We are delighted to announce that we are taking applications for our next beginners group which starts on Thursday September 21st 2017. If you would like to apply for a place on this program then please e-mail us with your details and we will get back to you with the next steps.
Beginners Running is designed to get anyone from having little or no running experience, to being able to run a 5k at the end of a 10 week course. It is also useful to those runners who may be coming back from injury, or time away from running.
So get your applications in and your trainers on! We look forward to welcoming you all in September.
Online entry to all 3 events is possible via our friends at Full On Sport
The latest copy of the Corsham Running Club newsletter is now available.
Many thanks once again to Veena. The newsletter consists primarily of contributions from our members. Please keep your race reports, recommendations and running tips flowing in to Veena ready for the autumn edition!
Please see the Club Newsletter page for the full archive of past copies.
The Club Championship Tables have been updated following the River Run and the various events eligible for the 5 CRC Bonus points for doing some description of team event.
We had an incredible 32 runners at the River Run on Wednesday evening, although some of you aren’t on my latest members list so don’t show up in the championship tables.
If you aren’t yet a member but wish to be then please see our Joining Pages and I’ll update the championship table to reflect.
All sessions will start and end at Springfield Community Campus so please try and arrive for 18:50 ready for 18:55 briefing and a prompt 19:00 start for all sessions.
The training schedule for this week is as follows (group leaders may change subject to their availability):