Race Reports

Oldbury Power Station 10 Mile Race – 11/09/2016

Five CLC Striders competed in the Oldbury 10 Mile Road Race on Sunday 11th September. Leading the club home was Chris Driskell who ran at tempo pace and recorded  an excellent 65:10; Liza Barry followed, and had a great run in a time of 66:11, finishing 3rd lady;  Amanda Steer ran superbly  to clinch the ladies Read more…

Posted On: September 11th, 2016

BMC Regional Races Tipton – 27/08/2016

Ladies club captain, Rachel Vines was the sole CLC Strider to compete in the BMC regional 1500m race held at Tipton on Saturday 27 August. Conditions were very wet but luckily there was little wind. The race started with a quick pace and after 1 lap the race had strung out. Vines managed to stay Read more…

Posted On: August 29th, 2016

Gloucestershire County Track and Field Championships Pt III – 19/08/2016

There were club 10000 metre records for Amelia Mullins and Gavin Jerman at Part III of the County Track and Field Championships last Friday. In the second of two races, Mullins finished 3rd to set a new LV40-44 best of 43:08.5 whilst Jerman finished 4thin a time of 43:59.6.  In the same race, Paul Lockyer was Read more…

Posted On: August 29th, 2016

Standish Woodland Chase – 14/08/2016

Two Striders competed in the Standish Woodland Chase on Saturday. In this hilly multi-terrain race, Dave Smeath was 28th in 1:11:32, whilst Billy Bradshaw finished in 42nd place in a time of 1:15:05. (full report to follow) provisional results

Posted On: August 14th, 2016

Bugatti 10km – 10/08/2016

It was a successful evening for the seven Striders who competed in the Bugatti 10km. JJ Willson led the club home with an excellent time of 42:06 on this tough hilly course, and came 2nd in the MV55 category in the process; whilst Amanda Steer (2nd LV45) and Emma Abbey (2nd LV40) both performed well Read more…

Posted On: August 14th, 2016

Midsummer Open IV – 03/08/2016

The final midsummer open of the Summer saw a mix of mile races and sprints. Striders competed in three separate races, and in the first of these James Oram broke the 5-minute barrier with a time of 4:54..7, and he was followed by Iain Porter who ran 5:02.6 and by Jon Howes who ran well Read more…

Posted On: August 14th, 2016
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