The tail-end of Storm Brian set the scene for the 21 Weston Athletic Club runners who braved this yearís Exmoor Stagger on Sunday. As if 3,500 ft of climb off-road from sea-level at Minehead to Dunkery Beacon and back wasnít enough, runners also had to contend with 45mph winds with lashings of hail and rain mixed-in as they reached the summit.... Read more
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Sarah White, Jayne Palmer, Sian Cundy, Samantha Fawcett and Natalia Casey.
Well Done to all the Participants in this month's Prom Race 26th October 2017.
A link to the provisional results is below.
If you have any queries with the results then please use the email link below and we will investigate your issue.
The next run in the series will be 23rd November 2017.
Online and paper entry forms are available using the links below or via the Prom Run page, but please be advised that On-Line entries for November's race close on Tuesday 21st November.
1st -Chris MCMILLAN (186) - Weston AC -26m 23s
2nd - Jed BARTLETT (1238) - Clevedon AC - 26m 38s
3rd - Tim WATSON (439) - Bristol & West AC - 26m 42s
1st - Jen BISHOP (20) - Clevedon AC - 30m 13s
2nd - Chloe BROUGHTON (33) - Great Western Runners - 31m 04s
3rd - Alice DAVIES (1205) - Bristol & West AC - 31m 21s
There were 384 finishers for this race.
[ Web Site Results | Click Here to enter online | Send Results Query Email to Split Second Timing | WAC Results | Prom Page ]
Thank you to everyone whoís volunteered to help with this yearís race pack STUFFING PARTY on Wednesday 8 November at 6.30pm.
If youíve been selected to help at the stuffing party then youíll have had an email from Kim and Annette this evening.
If you volunteered and havenít had an email then youíre not needed at the stuffing party this year, but thank you for volunteering. We were over subscribed with numbers this year and the venue is limited to 30.
If youíve volunteered to help with the letter drop, emails will be sent mid November - at least 40 volunteers are needed this year.
If you havenít volunteered for anything Cracker-related yet, please complete the survey by the end of the month.
Thereís only a few weeks until the clubs biggest race of the year - The Christmas Cracker - and the club needs your help to make it the best one yet!! 😊
We rely massively on the support of all our club members to fulfil each of the many duties that are needed to make the event run smoothly, and to ensure that he 2,000+ runners 🏃 have a great race.
Complete the Volunteer Survey now
This years race is on Sunday 17 December at 11am. Along with the 2k junior race at 10am we need over 250 members to help make the event happen!
As well as the help on the day we also need a smaller number of members to help do letter drops to households on the route, giving them advance notice of the event. So for anyone who cannot be there on race day, donít worry, there will be a job for you to do!!
As a thank you to race volunteers, the club puts on the ĎNot Cracker 10kí on the Saturday morning the day before the race. This is where members who volunteer, run the race in fancy dress, followed by a cooked breakfast (courtesy of the club) and fancy dress prize giving.
All you need to do now is let us know how you can help by using the Volunteer Survey now.
Please complete your details as soon as possible and ideally no later than the end of October so we can begin allocating people to duties.
We will do our best to accommodate special requests, but is not guaranteed.
Any queries then please get in touch
Annette and Kim
Weston Athletic Club
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Benjamin Haines, Kate Shapland, Matt Langdon, Alex Bullock and Toni Mallin.
This Sunday is our WAC cross country race in Worlebury Woods. It's a free race open to current club members only. Meet at 9am by the water tower (parking by woods entrance or on the road) for registration and the race will start at 9.30am.
If you're able to help out with marshalling on the day, Rob Skeen could do with a couple of helpers.
Listen up #TeamYellow for news of two great opportunities to get more involved in the running of our brilliant club.
Opportunity number 1
Could you be the next flag head honcho? Keeper of the flags? Care for our race flags lovingly and bring them along to our races throughout the year and display them with pride? If this sounds like it might right up your alley please let Jim know.
Opportunity number 2
How's about being our social guru? After years of sterling service and many memorable events, Paul Snelling is going to stand down from the role of social secretary after 2018.
Could you or a group of you take on organising our calendar of social events?
Although Paul is carrying on for another year, we're hoping that his successor(s) can get involved soon and work with him/shadow organising the biggest event of the year our club presentation night in February.
Does this float your boat? Wet your whistle? Rock your socks? Then Jim or Paul are the chaps to chat to.
If you've signed up to the Sodbury Slog this year, you should've had an email today about their place transfer deadline of Monday 16 October.
If you can't run and want someone to take your place make sure you do the transfer before then.
No championship points will be awarded for runners participating under another name.
Runners participating in someone else's name also put themselves and the person that they take the number from at risk of potential further action by EA/ARC.
It was a great night for Weston Athletic Clubís ladies at the October Burnham 5k with a podium ﬁnish and three personal bests secured on the night. Conditions were cool and breezy, and Nia Davies ran a strong race to ﬁnish third female overall in 21.53. Michelle Fryer followed four seconds later, while Jo Coveney, Susan Duncan and Shaleen Summers all earned themselves new fastest times for the distance... Read more
Itís been a busy few days for Weston Athletic Club with the ﬁrst prom run of the nine race series on Thursday evening followed by Burnham and Cardiff half marathons at the weekend. ... Read more
Congratulations to all the participants of the Mendip Muddle race on Sunday 8th October.
The provisional results are now available using the link below. If you have any queries about the results please send an email via the link below with your name, race number and estimated time so we can re-check our records, including runner no. 165 in position 10 and/or position 229.
Well Done to all participants who enjoyed some decent weather for trail running, albeit wet in high places, and thank you to all the Marshalls and Helpers on the course.
1st - Stuart LEANEY (224) - North Somerset AC - 1h 23m 26s
2nd - Henry KINGSTON (207) - Bristol Up & Runners - 1h 24m 57s
3rd - Christian GREEN (221) - Wells City Harriers - 1h 25m 48s
1st - Rosie DAVIES (196) - Birmingham Running Club - 1h 42m 20s
2nd - Rosemary HURFORD (282) - Clapham Chasers - 1h 43m 54s
3rd - Eleanor JOHNSTONE (162) - Unattached - 1h 45m 29s
There were 269 finishers.
[ Provisional Results | Mendip Muddle Webpage | E-mail Muddle Results Query]
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Rachael Macpherson, Tom Burrows, Robin Woodburn, Mark Gonsalves, Amy Harris, Corina Rowbotham, Jon Williams, Louise Batchelor, Mick Henderson, Zach Cunningham, Tracey Churchill, Charlotte Oliver and Gareth Lewis.
We are down to the last 150 places available for the 30th Christmas Cracker. So if you want to run make sure you get your entry in this weekend. You can enter online at Full on Sport
Online entries to the Mendip Muddle will close at 18:00 today so if you want to enter online then donít delay. There will be entry on the day if you miss the cut off, registration from 9:30.
The Mendip Muddle is fast approaching (8 October) and entries are selling out fast. The Mendip Muddle is a 20km multi-terrain race. The route is tough (there is 420m of climb), but very interesting, set in some of the finest scenery in the West Country. There are Roman lead mines, underground rivers, a nature reserve, open moorland, potholes, an ancient rabbit warren, an Iron Age fort, deciduous and conifer forest, and prehistoric tumuli. Full details and online entry can be found at Full-on-Sport.
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Rachel Fuller, Rebecca Metcalfe and Carla Heeps.
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