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Cross Country honours (2017/18)

CLC Striders bagged a good haul of medals in the 2017/18 Gloucestershire League Cross Country: Lady Vet 35 – GOLD – Patricia Sturgêss Lady Vet 35 – SILVER – Helen Knight Male Vet 65 – SILVER – David James Senior Ladies – BRONZE – Karlien Heyrman Lady Vet 45 – BRONZE – Natalie Burfitt Male Vet Read more…

Posted On: March 4th, 2018

Ferguson flies in Bourton 10k

On a bright and cold February morning the annual Bourton 10k once again drew a strong field of athletes to compete over the iconic distance on the country roads in and around the picture-perfect Cotswold village of Bourton on the Water. And for the second time in recent years, CLC Strider speed merchant Will Ferguson Read more…

Posted On: February 26th, 2018

Race Three of the Glos Cross Country League – Pittville Park, 17.2.18

On a pleasantly mild February day, Cheltenham Harriers welcomed clubs in the Gloucestershire Cross Country League to race in the third fixture of the season across the undulating parkland of Pittville Park in Cheltenham. Pictured: Karlien Heyrman and Liza Barry cross the stream Continuing to blaze a trail for the club, the CLC Ladies had Read more…

Posted On: February 19th, 2018

Gutsy and generous: Race 4, Midland League, Division 2 X-Country

With temperatures having lifted, but with wind and squally showers to contend with, CLC Striders Ladies and Men’s teams turned out for the fourth and final races in their respective 2107/18 Midland League Division Two campaigns on Saturday 10th February. The ladies journeyed north to compete in Wolverhampton, while the men welcomed clubs from all Read more…

Posted On: February 11th, 2018

Staverton 10 Results

Will Ferguson won the Staverton 10 on Sunday in a new club record of 53:40. The Brendan Ward-coached athlete broke clear of his nearest contenders to claim his second victory on this course. The winner of the women’s race was Shona Crombie-Hicks of Cheltenham and County Harriers in a time of 1:03:55. Staverton_10_Mile_v2

Posted On: January 28th, 2018

Linda Franks Five-Mile Race, Sunday 21 January 2018

On a very cold January morning, with the hills around Cheltenham covered with snow and sleet driving in to low levels on a bitter wind, a good crop of Striders lined up to join the fray – along with 230 other runners – for the annual Almost Athletes’ Linda Franks Five-mile race, run around two Read more…

Posted On: January 22nd, 2018
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