Road Reports

Weekend Race Reports: 11th – 12th March 2017

Striders runners were in action in a number of races over the course of the weekend. In the Fission 20-mile race, Andrew Paterson finished in 69th place in a time of 2:34:36, Gavin Jerman was 96th in 2:40:50, fast-improving Kyle Sollars finished 213th in 3:08:09, Mike Speke was 316th in 3:46:54 and Janet Mustoe was Read more…

Posted On: March 14th, 2017

Glos Road Relays – 04/03/2017

A group of nine Striders turned out to compete in the County Road Relays Championship at Haresfield near Gloucester on Saturday. In this low-key but friendly event, run on pleasant Gloucestershire lanes, competitors were met with a confusing mix of heavy showers with bright sunshine, but with an ever-present wind that became more obvious in Read more…

Posted On: March 6th, 2017

Bourton 10km – 26/02/2017

On a perfect Sunday morning for running, more than 500 competitors gathered in the picturesque Cotswold village of Bourton on the Water for the annual Bourton Road Runners 10K. Drawing athletes from all over (and with a field including former Olympian James Cracknell no less), a place in this race is much sought after and Read more…

Posted On: March 1st, 2017

Birmingham League, Midland League, Parkrun, Dursley Dozen – 11-12 February 2017

Cross Country – men’s In the final fixture of the 2016/17 Birmingham Cross Country League Division Two, CLC Striders men sealed a consistent season with a good team performance. On a bitterly cold day, with sleet driven in on an unrelenting north-easterly, the CLC athletes lined up to compete in a strong field at Coundon Read more…

Posted On: February 19th, 2017

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

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
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