SW Coastal Path

The Sidmouth Running Club has generously donated £250 to the South West Coast Path Association to recognise the work the charity does in keeping their favourite running routes open, accessible, safe and in good condition. The club, which welcomes runners of all abilities and boasts approximately 120 members ranging ...

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AGM 2017 Awards

2017 Trophy Winners Chris Long Trophy: Male runner of the year. Antony Hall. Hair Temple Trophy: Lady Runner of the Year: Debbie Marriot. Chair’s award: Rob Edwards Junior Girls Trophy: Kate Marriot Junior Boys Trophy: Toby Garrick Reindeer Run Most Improved: Sue Cunningham 3 min. Runners Runners Trophy: Gail ...

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AGM Chair’s Report

Chair’s report to the 14th AGM 12/04/2017 Firstly I would like to say that the last 12 months have been a resounding success for the club which continues to grow ever stronger. A lot of this success is on the back of the work put in by the previous ...

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Exe to Axe Race

Sunday 3rd April, Race Starts at 10:00am For all Exe to Axe enquires please contact Paul Mitchell on:paul.l.mitchell@outlook.com or enter via The Runners World Website. Event Closed: Race Results Links for reference only Race Sign up form  |  Exe to Axe Maps 10:00am, Sunday 3 April 2016 | Start Foxes Hole Car Park Exmouth | Finish ...

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Exe to Axe 2015

Conditions for this year’s race turned out surprisingly well. Gales were forecast all along the Devon coast for the day and recent rains had made the route very muddy and slippery underfoot. As a result some of those pre-entered didn’t bother to make the start but they were compensated ...

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2015 Grizzly Announcements

The 28th running of the Grizzly and Cub runs start together on Seaton Esplanade at 10.30 am on Sunday 1st March – this year subtitled “Dash to Delirium” some runners do have weird brainwaves after the run – and they remain one of the toughest Multi-Terrain challenges you are ...

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Exe to Axe 2014

The winter storms had played havoc with the Devon Coast line over the months prior to the race but, apart from one minor diversion leaving Sidmouth and a few fallen trees, the Coastal Path survived pretty well. There was still a fair amount of mud around but by and ...

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Exe to Axe 2008

EXE TO AXE SUNDAY 30 MARCH 2008   The skies cleared, the rain stopped, the wind dropped. What more could the runners in the Exe to Axe ask for apart, perhaps, for a few less hills and some bigger sign posts. Conditions were in fact right from the start ...

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Exe to Axe 2007

The runners taking part in the Exe to Axe 20 mile run along the South West Coastal Path were greeted with a strong and cold easterly wind. There were 160 of them, all listening intently to the Race Director’s detailed instructions on the route: “Keep the sea on your ...

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Axe to Exe 2004

After the dreadful weather for the Grizzly a few weeks back all eyes had been on the weather forecast in the days leading up to the race. In the early week the weather was really spring like with an unusual easterly wind which would have propelled the runners nicely ...

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