Road Reports

End of summer racing round-up

The end of the summer has seen Striders busy in action both at home and overseas. Gareth Harries ran the Durban Parkrun in South Africa on 19th August, finishing 9th out of 1,300 in a time of 19:13 and on the following weekend Harries ran in Mbabane, Swaziland, at 1,150m of altitude on a course Read more…

Posted On: September 5th, 2017

CLC Striders Race Reports – 14/08/2017

  It has been a busy week for CLC Striders with club members running in events at home and overseas. On Wednesday 9 August, a contingent of Striders headed to the Bugatti 10k.  Starting from the Prescott Hill Climb near Gretton, the course followed quiet country roads along an undulating route, with the first half Read more…

Posted On: August 14th, 2017

GWR Towpath Multi-Terrain 10km – 28/07/2017

On a wet and windy Friday evening, Sophie Longmore headed along the Avon Gorge Towpath for the fourth and final GWR Towpath 2017 Series, a highly popular series of 10K events held in Bristol on Friday evenings between May and July. Taking place on a towpath that runs alongside the Avon Gorge and underneath the Read more…

Posted On: July 29th, 2017

Midsummer Open (5.7.17) and Evesham 10k

The first Cheltenham Harriers Midsummer Open meeting on Wednesday 5 July saw a good contingent of CLC Striders competing in the Mile race and the 200m. In the Mile, the first three Striders to compete were Will Fergusson, Sam Baylis and Iain Porter. A fast pace was set and Fergusson was pleased to finish inside Read more…

Posted On: July 11th, 2017

June into July – inc. Aztec 5k and Frampton 10k

CLC Striders have been busy competing since the Cotswold Way Relay, ensuring a strong finish to June and start to July. In the Boddington 10k on Sunday 25 June, vets Paul Northup and Gordon Bendall represented the club, clocking 38:52 and 50:29 respectively. On Tuesday 27 June, three Striders made the trip down to Bristol Read more…

Posted On: July 4th, 2017

Race report for early June 2017

Early June has seen CLC Striders competing in a wide range of events – from Hull to California. Sophie Longmore has led the way with a couple of cracking performances – as seventh senior lady in the Clevedon Midsummer 10k in a time of 41:41 and then third lady (and second in her age category) Read more…

Posted On: June 20th, 2017
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