Routes ref W02 on the website
Long : 9.8 miles (with options to reduce to around 9 if you omit the last loop and head straight back up Ashby Rd)
Short: 7.3 miles
6.20pm meet at the leisure centre for a 6.30pm departure.
See you there ?
Beginners and intermediate running group
New groups start Wednesday 13th February!
£2 per session
Meet outside Hinckley Leisure Centre ??
Facebook Group: Hinckley All Sorts
Our annual presentation evening will be held on Saturday 26th January 2019, 7pm at Hinckley Rugby Club. Tickets will be £10 and include a carvery meal. Please let Odette know if you (and partners/family) will be attending. Payment can be made through BACS (Sort code 05-04-65, Acc no 47287140) and put in the reference that the money is for presentation night.
From the social events department:
Christmas social at The Railway, Hinckley.
Saturday 15th December 7:30pm.
Fancy dress/Xmas jumpers optional!
Applications are now open for this year’s Standard Times awards.
For full information, times, and rules see the Standard Times page.
To apply, download and fill in the form, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include in the form a few words about your running year — highlights, lowlights or stories — and also attach to the email your favourite running related photo of yourself from this year. This is for the year book at the presentation night.
The deadline for applications is Midnight on Wednesday, 2nd January 2019. Early entries encouraged.
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.
Training at Barleyfield (off Wheatfield Way)
The one behind the one behind MacDonalds
Relays in groups of 3
6:30 pm at the Leisure Centre, 6:40 pm at the venue.
The Leicestershire Road Running League (LRRL) dates for 2019 have been announced. See LRRL 2019.
This year’s Hinckley Running Club Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at The New Plough Inn, 24 Leicester Rd, Hinckley LE10 1LS, 8.00pm for 8.15pm start. Details have been sent to all members by email.
Our next Toucan Run (#4) is this Saturday, 13th October. What is a Toucan Run? To find out click here…
Hinckley All Sorts ? running group. All welcome. All ages, genders, abilities.
New groups start Wednesday 17th October 2018
£2 per session
Meet outside Hinckley Leisure Centre ??
The next bi-annual club 5k time trial will be held this Tuesday. Meet at the Leisure Centre as normal or at Logix park for a 6:45pm start.
Past results and route map: 5k Time Trial
Last Sunday’s John Fraser 10 race saw the end of the 2018 season of the Leicestershire Road Running League. The results have been counted and verified and here they are. (You can find the full results of every race on our own results page, and the final league tables in detail are on the LRAN website.)
First of all lets look at the season’s races and how many Hinckley runners completed each one:
Stilton 7 (25th Feb) – 12 Hinckley runners
Desford 5 (25th March) – 31 Hinckley runners
Bosworth Half Marathon* (13th May) – 21 Hinckley runners
Kibworth 6 (27th May) – 16 Hinckley runners
Swithland 6 (3rd June) – 29 Hinckley runners
Prestwold 10k (24th June) – 33 Hinckley runners
Joy Cann 5 (1st August) – 26 Hinckley runners
Carl Rutt 10k** (12th August) – 10 Hinckley runners
John Fraser 10*** (2nd Sep) – 26 Hinckley runners
* Also the county half marathon championship
** Also the county 10k championship
*** Also the county 10 mile championship
Mixed League (4+4 to count): New for this season is the mixed league, in which a team comprises is the first 4 men and 4 women at each race. Hinckley has begun in Division 1 and came 6th out of 8 so will stay up for next season. (Champions: West End Runners)
Womens League (6 to count): Hinckley women came a respectable 4th out of 8 in Division 1, so staying up for another year. (Champions: West End Runners)
Mens League (8 to count): Alas, the men ended bottom in Division One and so back down to Div 2 next year after two heady seasons in the top flight. (Champions: Badgers)
Vet Womens League (3 to count): Finished narrowly bottom of Division 2 so will be down to Div 3 next season. (Champions: Huncote Harriers)
Vet Mens League (4 to count): Saving the day, the vet men finished the year champions of Division 3 and are promoted to Div 2 next year. (Champions: Hermitage Harriers)
Vet Mens Div 3 Champs is silverware so we’ll take it! The top 4 scorers in the male vets category were Rich Whitelegg, Mark Frost, Chris Rawson and Greg Pollard.
In the individuals standings, the best 6 of the 9 races are counted. The Hinckley runners completing 6 or more races were:
Kate Perkins – 7th Senior Female
Mark Frost – 10th Vet Male 50-54
Geoff Oliver – 13th Vet Male 60+ (age 85)
Liz Aspden-Mansfield – 15th Vet Female 45-49
Chris Rawson – 16th Vet Male 40-44
Odette Foxall – 17th Vet Female 45-49
In all, 75 of our club’s members took part this year with 27 first timers (the number of races in brackets, and in bold are those who took part in an LRRL race for the first time):
Elizabeth Aspden-Mansfield (9) *100% Award*, Odette Foxall (8), Chris Rawson (7), Kate Perkins (7), Geoffrey Oliver (6), Mark Frost (6), Anne Ashton (5), Céline Guéry (5), Greg Pollard (5), Richard Whitelegg (5), Vincent Iliffe (5), William Pither (5), Charlotte Sinclair (4), Chris Simpson (4), Jenny Green (4), Matthew Mann (4), Richard Pearson (4), Rolf Hoelmer (4), Sarah Thi (4), Simon Wiggins (4), Alan Morris (3), Edward Nixon (3), Elaine Barrett (3), Elaine Wischhusen (3), Erica Fisher (3), Gayle Brown (3), Jessica Lester (3), Leanne Byard (3), Lucy Masser (3), Michelle Fowler (3), Nick Moore (3), Penny Masser (3), Simon Birch (3), Andrea Earley (2), Andy Damant (2), Harry Langham (2), Ian Sylvester (2), James Brown (2), Joanne Williams (2), Joe Langham (2), Julia Waite (2), Kerry Wittering (2), Louise Damant (2), Mark Hubbard (2), Matthew Knight (2), Mike Welch (2), Nicola Dutton (2), Nicola Williamson (2), Richard Guest (2), Ruth Mansfield (2), Simon Earley (2), Amanda Knight (1), Andrew Dolphin-Rowland (1), Chris Langham (1), Christine Harris (1), Christopher Anagnostopoulos (1), Diane Wildbur (1), Elaine Doran (1), James McBean (1), Jamie Richards (1), Jane Wheeler (1), Jayne Thomas (1), Jenny Cooling (1), Jessica Daly (1), Jonathan Strong (1), Judy McSharry (1), Katy Mitchell (1), Lee O’Brien (1), Natalie Cheung (1), Philip Chisnall (1), Robert Dimbleby (1), Roy Russell (1), Sally Henderson (1), Stephanie Harris (1), Stephen Penney (1)
For the second year running, Liz has earned the 100% award. This will be proudly presented at the club awards night in early 2019.
Kate’s 7th place means she only just missed out on an award from the league (which go to the top 6 seniors and top 3 in each vets age category).
Unfortunately the LRRL does not have an 80+ category but if there was I suspect the winner might be Geoff Oliver.
Finally a special mention to Simon Birch who achieved the race win at the John Fraser 10, which also makes him 10 Mile Leicestershire county champion.
Don’t forget as well the HRC Presidents Shield which is awarded to best performing male and female runner (age graded) …… which our LRRL rep Mr Langham will reveal at a later date!
Congratulations from Hinckley RC to this years overall individual champions Tom Whitmore (Charnwood AC) and Joanna Male (West End), and big thanks to all the organising clubs, the marshals and officials, the LRRL committee and everyone who made it all possible.
Thank you to all the HRC members who represented the club this season, and to all those who came along to support and take photos. I hope you enjoyed it and will be back for more next year. Now on with the cross country season!
– Nick Moore, Mens Captain (bleary eyed with spreadsheets; if I have made any mistakes or missed anyone out, please let me know)
RUGBY ROAD LAY-BY LOOPS
Working in 3’s as ABC 2 Laps on one lap off.
Depart from LC at 6:30pm or meet at lay-by (top of Rugby Rd just before the roundabout for the Sketchley grange turn) for a 6:45pm start
As some of you may know, each year we award a presentation called the Presidents Shield. This is Presented by our very own esteemed Club President, Geoff Oliver.
It is awarded to HRC members, individually for men and women, and is based on their age graded times for each LRRL race.
So as to make it harder for those among you who are gifted at math I have only given the results as far as the Joy Cann 5 race.
Here are the results of our Quadrathon on 8th July: