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Tuesday 22 September 2020

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Thursday 27 August 2020

Julia E-mail Julia

Posted : 13:32
Well done Alan!! Good to hear your still running well, we will miss you on the prom. Whenever we get back to it xx

Tuesday 25 August 2020

Alan Johnstone [Run Free Llangollen] E-mail Alan Johnstone

Posted : 20:38
Hi folks,just to say I am enjoying my new running life as a fell runner,I managed first male vet 70 in the Llangollen 17 mile fell race on Sunday, a bit different from the old prom race lungbursters. Best wishes to you all a d thanks for all the happy years with Weston AC.

Monday 29 June 2020

Jim Wotton E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 22:08
Hi Dean, Yes Ashcombe park tomorrow (Bristol Rd Upper by cafe) and Drove Rd rec on Saturday am.

dean Bi E-mail dean Bi

Posted : 17:36
is it still ashcombe park ?

Sunday 28 June 2020

Jim Wotton E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 17:00
Hi Dean - yes that will be fine.

dean Bird E-mail dean Bird

Posted : 16:24
hi guys is it ok for me and fran to come along and try tuesday ??

Sunday 24 May 2020

Garmin Lover

Posted : 15:25
Listen to Marathon Talk Episode 541 1hr 16 mins in to hear a song about paying for Garmin! Sang by Tonys Trials!
Very Clever!

Sunday 03 May 2020

Kira

Posted : 12:43
Correction:
Tommy Hughes current marathon time: 2:27
Hoping to break M60 record next year (2:36:30)

Kira

Posted : 12:40
Words of Wisdom from an older runner; Tommy Hughes (59 years) currently running a 2:59 marathon
Skip the speedwork. But race often.
Hughes does very little speedwork, fearful that the extra intensity might lead to injury. However, he races almost every weekend, either in a local Parkrun or a nearby road race. And when he goes to a start line, he goes all-out: “I love competing, and I always give one-hundred percent,” he says.

Saturday 28 March 2020

WAC Cyclist

Posted : 14:47
British Cycling Statement:
With regards to daily exercise, without specific time or distance limits having been stated, it is to some degree open to interpretation what is considered reasonable (although it is hard to argue that a 200-mile ride constitutes ‘minimising time spent out of the home’).

The overriding sentiment seems to be that you can (and should) do enough to stay healthy and sane – but not really any more than that.

British Cycling is advising people to ride “for calm recreation” and not to challenge themselves.

“Now, more than ever, we must ride our bikes responsibly – that means only going out once a day, on our own, or with people we live with, and keeping two metres apart from anyone we meet, stopping and waiting for people to pass when necessary.

Monday 16 March 2020

Jim Wotton [WAC] E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 21:34
Suspension of club activities
16/03/2020
Following the government briefings of Monday 16th March 2020 the actions being taken to tackle the Coronavirus emergency now call on all of us to change our behaviours to help the effort.

In addition to actions for certain parts of the community to self isolate and other requests they have asked all of us to try to work from home where possible, avoid unnecessary travel and non-essential gatherings.

With the particular request to limit travel and gatherings your committee has decided that as a socially responsible club we should suspend all official club sessions for the foreseeable future.

We will resume as soon as developments allow but in the meantime stay safe and keep running.

With the extra time that you may have available why not try getting involved in helping out with supporting shopping and deliveries for the self isolating people in your area, family or neighbourhood watch etc.

Tuesday 10 March 2020

Michael Reep

Posted : 21:49
Matt, re 20/20 sorry but Jon isn’t interested after all.

Matthew Wheeler E-mail Matthew Wheeler

Posted : 11:09

32 messages | 12 events entered.
I have an entry to the Berkeley 2020 Fission this weekend but won't be doing it. Transfers can be done so if anyone wants it for £15 just let me know.

Tuesday 25 February 2020

Vanessa

Posted : 16:00

160 messages | 43 events entered.
Thank you to Sheryl, Jim, Ian and Paul for organising a great night on Friday. These events don’t organise themselves, so thank you for giving up your time to make them so enjoyable for the rest of us.

And huge congratulations to all our winners. You all do the club and yourselves proud with your achievements. Great to celebrate in style with you all. Here’s to loads more special moments throughout 2020 👍🏼

Sunday 23 February 2020

kira

Posted : 17:22
For those of you who are interested:
Panorama BBC1 8.30pm tomorrow night: Mo Farah & The Salazar Scandal. Should be interesting.

Thursday 20 February 2020

Malcolm & Jim [Weston AC]

Posted : 21:36
Congratulations to all the runners who braved windy and cold conditions to compete in our prom races this evening. A very special thank you to all the marshals who helped especially those who endured the cold and wind out on the course. Hope you have all warmed up now.

Saturday 08 February 2020

Dave Jones E-mail Dave Jones

Posted : 09:33
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Cheers DAVE.

Monday 20 January 2020

Jim Wotton [WAC] E-mail Jim Wotton

Posted : 16:06
I have now updated the December handicap result and shown January start times. I have also posted the results of the timed mile from December on the next tab.
If you are not on the handicap list it just means that you have not run one in the last 12 months and we can agree start time before you run.

Friday 17 January 2020

Malcolm & Jim [Weston AC]

Posted : 08:25
Congratulations to all the runners who took part in our first races of 2020 last night. Mild, dry and windy conditions made it an enjoyable evening for everyone including the marshals who did a fantastic job as always. A big thank you to everyone who came and helped.

Wednesday 01 January 2020

John E-mail John

Posted : 17:42

208 messages | 335 events entered.
Boxing Day results have been updated
Look much better now I think