|Mon 10th December 6.30pm||Run / Walk||Straight Run|
|Tue 11th December 6.00pm||Track||1mile Time Trial|
|Tue 11th December 6.30pm||Main Group||Pyramids|
|Thu 13th December 6:30pm||Main Group||Straight Run|
Cornish Grand Prix series presentations.
Read the report here.
The Final GP tables after the Cornish Marathon:
Announcements from the AGM
Welcome aboard :
James Cutlan – Men’s Vice Captain
Jacqui Martin – Ladies Vice Captain
Mandy Blight – Membership Secretary
Men’s most improved runner.. Ross Lawry
Women’s most improved runner.. Stacie Marks
New Committee Members- Gemma Pateman, Clive Gibbs and Dave Speake
Special mention to.. Geoff “Goff” Bazeley who throughout his years of hard work not only wearing the purple and gold but helping out with many other activities behind the scenes. He received the award of becoming a Lifetime Member of STARC
Well done STARC- Wonderful results for Eden Marathon and Half Marathon!
Marathon 1st Male- Stuart Nicholas
Half Marathon-3rd Lady- Carley Kendal
Marathon 1st Male Team:
Stuart Nicholas, Tim Addams, Dan Nicholls and Alan Wherry.
Marathon 2nd Ladies: Claire Todd, Karina Bowers and Paula Vieira
Truro Half Marathon – well done to everyone!
Race report – here.
Running Club’s Par Inn summer run
A big thank you to the Par Inn for hosting our annual summer out-and-back and BBQ.
Race reports to follow…
St Levan 10K
Mob Match entries are open:
Online only and no entry on the day:
Tim Adams in first place in the GP series
See all our runners in the top 20 – here.
We are also top in most entries – let’s keep that title we won last year.
St Austell Running Club presents cheque to St John’s Ambulance
After Tuesday night’s race at Boconnoc, Lesley Maclaren handed over a cheque to members of St John’s Ambulance.
Race report on what was another great night for the club.
Race Report ‘Man versus Horse’ 9th June 2018
By Dino de Zorzi
I had a race against a horse in sunny Wales this weekend. Actually I raced about 60 horses plus riders, and about 700 odd human runners. Surprisingly, I managed to beat a few of the horses, and several of the humans too.
This completely bonkers event is called Man versus Horse (despite its name, they very decently allow women to compete as well). The premise is quite simple, human runners race against horses across 22 miles of stunning, but challenging welsh cross country terrain. Read the rest of the report….
Busy week for St Austell runners!
Race report here.
Cubert 5m 2018 results
The Saints Way 2018
Well done everyone, what ever distance you acheived!
Imerys Marathon Results
Fun in the sun at Trevornick
Race report – here