|Mon 5th Dec 18.30||Run / Walk||Straight run|
|Tue 6th Dec 18.30||Track||2x(800, 1600)|
|Tue 6th Dec 18:30||Main Group||Pyramids|
|Thu 8th Dec 18:30||Main Group||Straight run|
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St Austell Running Club had a great turnout at the Race for Wildlife.
It was a great race with near perfect conditions except for the wind which took your breath away in the second half of the race.
The runners started at Penwith College, then we came out onto the road for a 1.5 mile climb up the road, that then led to another climb this time 1.5 miles long through fields and over Cornish stiles.
The runners then levelled out over off road terrain before the three-mile descent mainly on the road.
There was then a nasty dog leg turn just before the finish.
Runners though finished in one piece with some great times and age category prizes, to be awarded with a piece of bling, satsumas and a mince pie.
There were first prizes in age categories for Andy Young (55-59) and Iain Walker (60-64) while John Wisner (45-49) and Dawn Spiteri (35-39) were both third in their respective categories.
Claire Todd ran a 52-second course PB and also in action were Brian Abbott, Dino De Zorzi, Dawn Hadfield, Kathryn Wisner, Lorna Hogg, Mandy Smith, Angie Pagano.
Also this weekend several of the club’s runners took part in the latest run of the Westward League in Exeter.
A tough course was met by the club’s runners and Iain Walker kept up his impressive form winning his age category, leaving him first in the series after the first three races.
Simon Williams also sits fourth in his age category while Darren Squire and Andy Trudgian also took part.
Amongst the ladies that braved the freezing conditions were Debbie Starkey, Georgina Symons, Lesley Maclaren, Gemma Pateman, Becky James, Jodie-May Gauld, Sarah Bazeley and Angela Yates.
Not to be forgotten it was the Santa Fun Run at the Eden Project on Sunday morning and runners put on their Santa outfits to join in the fun, question is, can you tell who?
Looe 10 miler Application 26th Feb 2017
Newquay XC Results
MTRS Tables Following Remembrance Run
Mounts Bay: Remembrance Run 2016
Cornwall Hospice Care Gives StARC 2 Charity Places For the London Marathon 2017
|Congratulation to Hannah Adams and Gemma Pateman, who will be running on behalf of StARC to raise much needed money for the Cornwall Hospice.|
Terry and Doug receive life membership
Doug Alsop and Terry Wyatt have been named as life members of St Austell Running Club.
With the club nearing their 10-year anniversary the duo were recognised by the club’s committee at the Annual General Meeting.
They have become the first life members of the club.
Also on the night, Terry Wyatt stood down after four years as chairman of the club with Martin Trethewey taking over in the same role, stepping up from vice, Melissa Rowe voted in as vice-chairman.
On the captain’s side of things Jamie Masters and Kimberley Small became the new men’s and ladies’ team captains with Nigel Marshall taking on the role of vice-captain of the men’s section and Wendy Poole the ladies’ section.
Debbie Watts also became the club’s new treasurer replacing Sarah Bazeley after several years in the role.
The officers of the club for the following year are as follows:
Chairman – Martin Trethewey
Vice-chairman – Melissa Rowe
Secretary – Andy Trudgian
Membership secretary – Jane Thomas
Treasurer – Debbie Watts
Men’s captain – Jamie Masters
Vice-captain – Nigel Marshall
Ladies’ captain – Kimberley Small
Vice-captain – Wendy Poole
Committee – Scott Pateman, Terry Wyatt, Shaun Scrace, Georgina Speake, Geoff Bazeley, Gareth Rowett, Rachael Staff, Doug Alsop, Helen Stuthtridge, Charlie Trethewey, Claire Todd and Debbie Marshall.
Thanks for everyone that attended this year’s Annual General Meeting.
Club Champs Table following NQY 10K
Christmas Party Update!!!!