I've received this information about the Kinver 10k on October 4th - a nice warm down for anyone who's jogged round the Hike the previous day:
Kinver Rotary Club are part of the worldwide Rotary Organisation, we raise funds for good causes and provide support for a variety of events. We write to ask for your help with our upcoming charity event.
This week's session is a 7pm meet in Gogbatch, park up next to the stream.
This week's session is a 7pm meet at the cattle grid in Carding Mill valley.
Results so far in the summer series are available here.
The final round is the Ragleth on 26th August.
We have three spare entries going begging if anyone can use them. Please contact me in the first instance (07790 938447). Another V50+ would be awesome so we have a full team in every category. Transport can be arranged! If we can't fill the spaces I'd like to let the RO know about withdrawals myself because we begged a couple of extras a month or two ago.
The teams at the mo are as follows:
Ladies - Emma, Eloise, Lucy (40), Mel (40) and Sue (40)
Men - David (50), Dom, Ian (50), Paul (40), Pete (40), Simon B, Tim (40), Virgil (40), Will
Results for last nights Stiperstones fell race are available here. Note: Race numbers on your vest of 700 upwards are shown as 200 upwards in the results.
Tom and Naomi struggled to get volunteers to marshal at Stiperstones. In the end though folks came forward this time so huge thank to those who stepped up last night. The quote of the night was from William Laye, one of those volunteers:
"Really good fun, had a great spot... Nice seeing the front runners and everyone who followed, really recommend to those who have not marshalled before."
7pm meet at the cattle grid in Carding Mill valley.
The Bradda (Isle of Man) weekend saw some more great results for individuals (Simon Bailey won, Pete Vale was 9th overall and 5th V40 and Mel Price was 5th lady). The Club's teams also did really well - the men and the male vets were 5th, and the ladies were a brilliant 3rd. Disappointingly though we had no MV50 team and no FV40 team - these are categories in which we could easily medal next year if we are sufficiently organised to get 3 runners to most of the races!
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