Weekend highlights Nikki Goodwin returns to the Canterbury 10 mile a year after breaking her femurOur cross country teams battle the mud in the South of England ChampionshipNew parkrun Personal Best (PB) for Dan Voller at Walmer and DealLoads of new PBs at the Canterbury 10. South of England Cross country championship Parliament Hill, the … Continue reading Gutsy Goodwin returns: Race report 27 January 2019.
One of the club's brightest stars Callum Howes attended the Kent Schools AA Cross Country Champs, held at the Duke of York School in Dover. Callum managed to come in a respectable 11th place out of 99 boys. Meanwhile, up in Gravesend, club Runners Jodie Stoakes and Darren Crew took part in the Saxons, Vikings … Continue reading Callum’s School Cross Country success
Highlights Andrew Fletcher first in FolkestoneDan Voller first in DealCallum Howes fifth in Ashford Parkrun Roundup Folkestone Parkrun Andrew Fletcher was first back overall in 18:17 followed by Joe BRUCE 19:20, Tristan BRUCE 19:33, Derek MATCHAM 19:48, Phil HOYLAND 20:03, Rob COLLIER 20:45, Stuart ERSKINE 21:08, David GILLETT 21:11, Chris ADDISON 21:20, Ian MERRICK 21:23, … Continue reading Parkruns
For the 2020 grand-prix season we introduced the reward of bonus points for those runners who represent the club during the Cross Country season. The points are awarded for participation rather than performance, as we want runners of all abilities to represent the club. We did this to encourage runners to sign up for cross … Continue reading Changes to Grand-prix scoring
Saturday was the day of the Kent Cross Country Championships taking place at Brands Hatch. Fears of a mud bath turned out to be unfounded as the course was surprisingly dry though it was a cold day for those watching. First up in the U15 boys race was Callum Howes who had 4.4km of the … Continue reading Kent Cross Country Champs