Race Reports

Staverton 10 – 29/01/2017

There were 184 finishers in the Staverton 10, and Will Ferguson was the leading Strider in 3rd place. Here are the results: Staverton 10 results  

Posted On: February 12th, 2017

Midland Women’s Cross Country League, Wolverhampton – 14/01/2017

Five CLC Striders traveled to Wolverhampton to compete in the 3rd of the 4 Midlands Womens’ Cross Country League fixtures. The weather was pretty dreary but the ladies took this in their stride and ran well to finish 11th team overall on the day and 10th Masters team. First home for the club was Rachel Read more…

Posted On: January 15th, 2017

Birmingham Cross Country League, Lilleshall – 14/01/2017

CLC Striders men performed superbly in the penultimate Birmingham XC League Division 2 fixture of the season held on a boggy  and very slippery course at Telford. The Men’s A team finished 9th on the day, and have moved up to 8th place in the team series. The Brendan Ward coached athletes were led home by Will Read more…

Posted On: January 15th, 2017

Gloucestershire County Cross Country Championships – Old Down 07/01/2017

A small group of Striders competed in the County Championships last Saturday.   This year the event moved to a hilly and challenging course  at Old Down Park near Bristol, having previously been held for two consecutive years in the Forest of Dean, The ladies were first to go, and the Striders acquitted themselves well on Read more…

Posted On: January 15th, 2017

Gloucestershire Cross Country League – Wotton-under-Edge – 17/12/2016

CLC Striders Liza Barry led the ladies’ A team to third place in the team race in the third Gloucestershire Cross Country League race held near Wotton-Under-Edge. Barry finished 10th, and was followed by Helen Hucker in 13th place; final A team scorer was Rachel Vines in 19th place. Amelia Mullins led the B team Read more…

Posted On: December 21st, 2016

Andy Reading 10km – 11/12/2016

  Rachel Vines had a great race in the Andy Reading 10km on Sunday.  Conditions were excellent on this flat and fast course, and Vines went on the attack from the outset covering the first mile in 06:08.  With the first 3km covered in under 12 minutes, Vines was always well on course for a sub 40-minute Read more…

Posted On: December 11th, 2016
« Previous PageNext Page »