Tuesday training this week was in Queens Park. There were plenty of regular faces and we welcomed a couple of newbies who were coming along for the first time to try us out. Here is what the session was, to give a flavour of what our Tuesday “seniors” nights are like:

Session: “The Accelerator”

Session location and time: Queens Park (entrance by The Lawns) @ 6.30pm

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Please arrive warmed up and ready to start the session. It’s light now, but you may need something visible for your run home!

If you’ve never done the accelerator, then you are in for a treat! The aim of this session is to try and use all of your running “gears”.

You will start at a 2/10 effort. Each time I blow the whistle, you will increase your speed to the next level, so 3/10, 4/10 etc. until you are sprinting. You will then come back to 1/10 effort (walking) and we will go again.

Don’t worry if you struggle with pacing it the first time round as you get to repeat this 3 times, so plenty of opportunities to practice!

Last few of the dark nights

Great turn out tonight despite a slightly blurry location map. Especially well done to those that did Ashby on Sunday and still trained tonight!

Coach Odette

How could I not post this one? Cross country nutters at Grace Dieu 2024…

… and a great turn out from the HRC juniors as at this race.

Well done to you hard core lot who braved the cold tonight πŸ₯Ά
Lovely to see so many smiling faces considering πŸ’™

Coach Liz

HRC πŸ’™ HHS parkrun

Looking back to last month when Hinckley members “took over” the volunteer roles and provided pacers at Hastings High School parkrun. Our storage container in the background contains all our Juniors athletics equipment as well as signs, poles and other paraphenalia for our cross country races. It’s also used by the parkrun team to store kit used every Saturday morning.

Bagworth & Derby

Club XC at Bagworth Heath today… it was so, so wet and muddy. Fantastic running from everyone in tough conditions.

Jenny

One picture from today’s Derby 10 mile. We did it πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸŽ‰

Paula

Sportshall

Well done to all the juniors who attended the second sportshall on Saturday. You all did amazing! πŸ’™πŸ€πŸ’™

hinckleyrunningclub.juniors

Standard Times Awards 2023

Applications are now open for this year’s awards.

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To apply, download and fill in the application form spreadsheet, and email it to loading...

Please include in the form a few words about your running year β€” highlights, lowlights or stories β€” and also attach to the email your favourite running-related photo of yourself from this year. This is for the yearbook and presentation night (see the past yearbooks on the Award Winners page).

The deadline for applications is Midnight on Tuesday, 2nd January 2024. Early entries are encouraged!

For full information, times, and rules see the Standard Times Awards page.

Looking forward to receiving your applications. If you don’t get a reply to your email within 7 days, please contact Nick Moore in case it was not received.

Autumn nights…

Great turn out on a chilly evening, well done everyone 😊

Coach Liz

Summer Nights

Tuesday evening seniors training at Hastings High School field.

What a beautiful evening πŸ˜€
Well done to those who took part in the session tonight, it wasn’t easy especially in the heat πŸ’™

Coach Liz

Steve Morris 5

HRC members turned out for Steve Morris 5, organised by Desford Striders and named in honour of their founder member Steve.

Final QuadKids

What a night! The sun was shining and the kids were amazing! Awesome performances all round. It was lovely to see some of our athletes take part for the first time, while others finished their last Quadkids on a high. Well done Hinckley Juniors you did us proud!

Rachel K