Congratulations to all the participants of the last 1 Mile Prom Run of the Series on Thursday 24th May 2018.
A great time from Ollie LOCK as well in under 5 minutes.
A link to the final results is below. If you have any queries with the results then please use the email link below and we will investigate your issue.
Well Done to you all and we look forward to seeing you back for the next series.
1st - Ollie LOCK (Year 10) - North Somerset AC - 4m 50s
2nd - Ollie CAMPBELL (Year 8) - North Somerset AC - 5m 24s
3rd - Louie BRUNSDON (Year 8) - North Somerset AC - 5m 35s
1st - Poppy BURTON-DICKIE (Year 9) - North Somerset AC - 6m 03s
2nd - Mary HEMMINGS (Year 8) - North Somerset AC - 6m 22s
3rd - Sophie CARRATT (Year 4) - Unattached - 6m 23s
There were 73 finishers for this last one mile prom in the season.
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Well Done to all the Participants in this last Prom Race of the series 24th May 2018.
Congratulations to all finishers and all prize winners over the series.
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 series will be publicised shortly.
Online and paper entry forms are available using the links below or via the Prom Run page for next series 2018-2019
1st - Adam STOKES (1895) - Taunton AC - 26m 30s
2nd - Kieron SUMMERS (252) - Weston AC - 27m 49s
3rd - Alan BAKER (1866) - North Somerset AC - 28m 27s
1st - Jen BISHOP (20) - Clevedon AC - 30m 50s
2nd - Nicky SAVILL (1847) - South West Road Runners - 31m 14s
3rd - Chloe POTTER (1862) - Sheffield HALLIAM - 31m 19s
There were another excellent 270 finishers for this last race of the series.
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This years race is now open for entries and will be held on on Sunday 14 October at 11:00am, at the usual location of Charterhouse Centre, Nr Blagdon, Bristol.
The Mendip Muddle is our toughest race. Held over 20km (12 miles) of the finest Mendip Hills, the course is hilly (there’s 420m of climb) and 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 and prehistoric tumuli. You will run past Velvet Bottom, Rhino Rift, Beacon Batch, Twin Brooks, Dolebury, Rowberrow Bottom, Tyning's, Black Down and Rains Batch. All but 2km of the course is off road and it can get a little boggy in places so make sure you bring your off road shoes.
Enter online before 1 September for an early bird price of £13.
Thank you to all club members who have paid club membership and England Athletics affiliation so far! But there's still a few active members who are outstanding. I'd be very grateful if memberships could be completed by the end of May latest. After this date any unpaid EA affiliations will lapse, and importantly, if you are a coach your licence will not be valid. If any one has issues renewing their membership, please message me via the Contacts page.
Please extend a warm welcome to new club member Julie Bryant.
Fifty runners from Weston Athletic Club gathered outside the house at Tyntesﬁeld last Wednesday evening for the annual 10k off-road race around the estate. This is more than the club has ever ﬁelded before at the event, thanks mainly to the growing popularity of off-road running among the newer members.
All members completed the undulating route across ﬁelds and through woodland. First to ascend the driveway for the ﬁnal sprint along the closing strait was Matt Wheeler in 42.48. Allan Fuller and Phil Tomlinson followed in 43.34 and 44.03 respectively... Read more
Weston Athletic Club ﬁelded a 60-strong ﬁeld of runners to take on the annual Bristol 10k race on Sunday. Always popular, the race offers something for all runners, from those looking to achieve new personal bests to those wanting a big race atmosphere on closed roads near to home... read more
Sunday’s record breaking temperatures were great news for most, but not so much for the two dozen Weston Athletic Club runners taking on the annual ‘Round the Tor’ 10k road race at Glastonbury. The heat and lack of breeze made the going particularly tough on the hills and many runners felt the effects, struggling in the closing miles of the race... read more
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Stuart Harvey and Alex Harvey.
Entries are open for the 2018 Beacon Batch race. The race is about five miles and with 1000ft of climb to the summit of the Mendips on Black Down, where the views are breath taking. This year's race takes place on Tuesday 19 June and only costs £6 to enter.
Please extend a warm welcome to new club members Eleanor Stokes, Pete Trevitt, Simon Bilkins and Paul Bird.
A staggering 71 runners from Weston Athletic Club completed last week’s ﬁve mile prom run, with their distinctive yellow vests making up over a quarter of the ﬁeld. Conditions were good with a cool breeze and no rain, and 13 of the club’s runners seized the opportunity to run their personal best for the distance.
Quickest on the night, and with a convincing lead from the start, was Chris McMillan. Chris won the race in 26.03. Despite having run London marathon only days earlier, Kieron Summers was the club’s next ﬁnisher, and third overall in 28.04. Will Fuller followed in 29.07... read more
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