Fulfords 5 2016

On Sunday, 6 Sidmouth runners who weren’t quite as mad as those doing the four trigs braved the elements to get to the Fulfords Five in Exmouth. Luckily, there was a break in the weather and the two-lap course allowed runners to experience beautiful sea views and a dry but sandy course. Rob Edwards was the first man home for Sidmouth in an impressive time of 38:36, followed closely by Brendan Shepherd.

There was then a bit of a wait before Colin Flood and Sarah Brown crossed the line within 10 seconds of each other, just after 44 minutes. John Doherty had a good run to finish in around 45 minutes, and on her club debut, Suzi Rockey broke her own personal target of 50 minutes by a considerable amount! Mick Allen wasn’t far behind, and Bill Valentine was the last of the Sidmouth runners home, also beating his own target by 6 minutes. The race was held at the perfect time to avoid the rain, but all runners now have a beanie hat as a momento for the rest of the bad weather.

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JP's Exe to Axe 2019

 

Sidmouth Running Club East Devon Spring Series 2019.

This is a non-competitive team activity and consists of a series of off-road races in the first half of 2019. A suggested training plan is included to encourage as many club members to take part.
Details.

Mighty Green Ambassadors

As the AGM/awards eve is on 6th March we'll cut the MGA short to 11 months this year as even I think it's a little mean to insist that you squeeze in a run in the first 6 days of March. Your March entries will therefore count towards next years scheme. Hurry, hurry and get your Feb entries in by the end of the month so we can work out final numbers for the AGM.
We currenltly have 11 Mighty Green Ambassadors who can look forward to their stylish prizes. Hopefully a whole new group of people will take up the challenge this year- a run a month is more achievable than you think, and don't forget volunteering at run events counts too .
What is it all about? The aim is for all club members to represent SRC at least once every month by taking part in a running event or by representing SRC as a volunteer at a race or social event. Each event only counts once (different park runs are counted as different events) and although the aim is for one each month you only need to collect 10 over the 12 month period (2 months allowed for holidays or injury). However only one event per month counts towards the 10.