As is now traditional, the January handicap is run on the last day of the month to give the RED (Run Every Day) participants a chance to complete their challenge by running round together. Apart from David Henderson who chose to use his RED derived fitness to speed round – this is exactly the sort of thing I would do, so big kudos to David for choosing speed over his friendsContinue reading
The 30 minute challenge is probably my favourite OSR event, & here’s whyContinue reading
Stubbington 10k is one of those races that always attracts a big turnout from OS Runners (& others), maybe its because its because its a quick course, maybe its the fantastic long sleeve race t-shirts or maybe because early January date sort of encourages you to show some Christmas food restraint!
Whichever is correct, its very popular, and sold out all 2,000 places in less than a week, when entries were opened in September.Continue reading
The final handicap of the year was probably also the wettest – which makes our timers Claire and Sam even more deserving of our thanks than usual.Continue reading
On a somewhat windy day (who knew you could have a headwind the whole way round the course), just 9 OSR’s took to the start line, including first timers Phil Clayton and Ray Marr. My thanks to Alan P and Keith who ran with them throughout to ensure they didn’t get lost (& hopefully made their first handicap more enjoyable). 9 is also our lowest attendance this year and lowest since August 2014.Continue reading
OS Runners is a member of the HRRL and enter 1 mens and 1 womens team in the league each season.
HRRL (well actually the member clubs) choose 12 races in Hampshire (if you think Salisbury is in Hampshire …. ) each year from 5 mile to half marathon and these races are part of the league. http://www.hrrl.org.uk/default.htmContinue reading