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RSE Club Championship- Cricklade HM and 10km Handicap times.

The entries for the Cricklade Half Marathon and 10k are set to close on the 25th September, and there will be no entries on the day.

This is our final Endurance and Short Stuff Championships. It is also our club handicap time race. I have attached below the handicap times for those that have entered club races this year and also the Cricklade event.

If you have any questions regarding your handicap time, please speak to David Witnall or Elaine Chapman at club or via Whatsapp.

Good Luck all participants!

Updated 26/09/19

Championship Update 2019 – Endurance Expert – Race 6, Chippenham Half Marathon

The Chippenham Half Marathon was the 6th race to be held in the endurance expert championship on Sunday 8th September. Conditions were perfect for quick times and our 11 club members did not disappoint with many PB’s to show for it.

Men’s Competition

Seven men took part and first home was Mark Garrett finishing in 1:29:29 (sub 90 minutes and his quickest time in 7 years) taking the 10 points. Next was David Witnall (9 points) completing in 1:30:49. A close tussle for 3rd saw Andy Masser (8) just pip Dave Whitlow (7) with times of 1:39:22 and 1:39:25 respectively.

The other points awarded were Ben Chapman (6) and PB, Kevin Joynes-Creed (5) and Ryo Taylor (4).

The overall men’s Endurance top 3 is as follow

  1. David Witnall – 38 points
  2. Andy Masser – 30 points
  3. Tom Cooper and Mark Garrett – 28 points

Ladies Competition

In the Ladies contest there were 4 participants with Eleanor Taylor taking the 10 points in a PB time of 1:42:42. Second was Rosie Oates in (9 points) 1:44:57 a massive 12 minutes PB! Next was Kirtsy Pitts (8) 1:56:15 and Elisabeth Butler (7) 2:05:15 and a PB.

The overall ladies Endurance top 3 is

  1. Eleanor Taylor -38 points
  2. Rochelle Ravenscroft – 36 Points
  3. Kirsty Pitts – 29 points

So, we now move on to our final race which is the Cricklade Half Marathon or 10 km, this is also a Handicap race and the target times have been worked out and will be published soon.

Keep up all the hard work in training, and try to beat your Handicap times at Cricklade to gain maximum points.

Also, don’t forget if you have run a marathon or 5km this year, please submit your times to the Club Captains.

David Witnall (Vice Captain)