TR24/Joy Cann 5

HRC entered six teams into Thunder Run 2012 – a 24 hour team event. The two teams of five finished first and second in their category, a fantastic result! Full results can be found here.

Also, well done to everyone who ran the Joy Cann 5 in Huncote on Wednesday – results here.

Hungarton 7, July 4th

Well done to everyone who turned up on Wednesday evening for what’s probably the toughest league race of them all, Hungarton 7. Some great results, and a brilliant team turnout. HRC League will be updated soon.

View results

10th July 2012 – Club Training

Hinckley will be hosting other members of the Vision 2020 network on Tuesday and we are hoping for a good turn out.  Due to the weather I will not be committing to a venue until the day so please watch this space.

Well done!

Well done to everyone who turned up on this beautiful evening and ran the 1 mile and 5k races.

5k results

1 mile results

This year, the Loros events team have taken the responsibility for  the entries and results.  If you have any queries, please contact them on: 0116 231 8431 or email: fundraising@loros.co.uk

 

View images from both events here.

 

Swithland 6, 27th May

Full results here

Current HRC League standings

Well done to everyone who ran in the heat yesterday! Full results available via the link above. Club results (chip time):

Dan 33:12
Rich 33:32
Aron 39:40
Tim 40:12
Paul 40:44
Adrian 42:34
Shawn 43:03
Rob 43:20
Martin 46:12
Nicola 47:13
Sarah G 47:08
Debbie 47:10
Gill 47:47
Leanne 51:55
Anne 52:19
Robin 54:13
Sarah M 55:19
Elaine 1:01:26
Rachel 1:02:57
Tom 1:03:24

15/05 Richmond Park

Richmond Park. Training in pairs, 3 min run, 1 min rest. 31 mins total.

HHM Provisional Results 2012

Well done and congratulations on finishing The KABW Hinckley Half Marathon 2012
We hope you all had a great day and enjoyed the event.

HHM Results 2012

A big thank you to Craig Johnson and all at Runner Photos for stepping in at the last minute to provide you with race photographs. These are now online for you to view and purchase at:

http://www.runner-photos.co.uk/rpEventSearch.asp?RaceID=HNK12

just pop in your race number and your pictures will appear before your eyes!

 

Car Park – we’re sorry that a number of you were caught up in delays getting out of the car park after the event.  Car Parking is always an issue for us and with all this adverse torrential weather, most of the ground inside the Water Park was water logged and we were unable to use.  A late decision was therefore taken to put all cars in the outside car park.  Cars have to exit onto a main road, single file, which again did not help the situation.  In hindsight, we should have used more manpower, but we can only apologise for the delays on leaving.  It is something that we will be looking at in our race de-briefing.

 

A big thank you too to all the marshalls, supporters, helpers and runners – far too many to name each one, but thank you all.

Linda

HRC

Pics below courtesy of Ted Cottrell and Runner Photos

 

 

HRC Marathon Runners

Hinckley Running Club is incredibly proud to boast so many marathon runners. Congratulations to those who have completed marathons in April:

Rotterdam

Dave Burton 3:49

Aly Wren 4:01

 

Worcester

Shawn Wilebore 3:46

 

London

Rich Whitelegg 2:36

Ben Harding 2.41

Chris Jordan 2:43

Andy Gore 2:42

Chris Limmer 3:00

Jason Brotherhood 2:56

Simon Earley 3:30

Matt Johnson 3:26

Iain Quinn 3.34 – sorry to have missed Iain off list.  A great 2nd marathon in 3.34!

John Padbury 3:11

Karl Scally 3:11

Nigel Flook 3:43

Gill McGarry 3:55

Rachael Middleton 4:00

Gemma Cockshott 5:29

Mike Daniels 5:29

100 days to go – come along and try out HRC

With 100 days to go until the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games, HRC is getting ready by giving people the chance to get involved at a Try Athletics event.

The Club is an official England Athletics affiliated one and is hosting the event on Tuesday 17th April from 6.15pm at its new home, Ashby Road Sports Club.  Adults and children of all ages and abilities are welcome to go along and try a taster session.

Alex Copeland, national club development officer for England Athletics, said “Clubs such as HRC give people a great opportunity to get involved in the sport.  People may not go on to be involved in the Olympic or Paralympic Games but the excitement and enjoyment they can get is every bit as great”.

Welcome to Ashby Road!


Welcome to  our new home at Ashby Road Sports Club – and to the new website!

Training tonight was followed by celebratory cake at our new home – many thanks to Ros Clayton for this, was enjoyed very much by everyone!