It’s finally happened, after 23 consecutive handicaps, Baz did not attend in August 2017. This means the baton for current consecutive attendances passes to Tim Manners, who has not missed an event since September 2016. Continue reading
I’m writing this 5 days after the handicap and to be honest I can’t really remember what happened, so I’m going to try and cook up a story from the results and pictures … Continue reading
So, who did you predict would win?
In a first for the handicap, we added a little game – each runner was asked to predict who they thought would finish first, because of the way the handicap works this means the person who has improved the most recently. So, here are your guesses;
What a lot of people!
We had 31 timed runners today – numbers boosted by 6 Anglim’s!
This month we invited runners from Netley Abbey Runners to join us on our monthly handicap to return the invite they gave us last year to join them on one of their handicap races.
March’s handicap run saw 19 take to the sunny streets of Nursling. There were some heavy legs after the weekend: Mick having taken part in the Portsmouth sprint duathlon the previous day (a series of 3) and winning his first in the M70 category! He joined Jan around the loop. Baz had also done his longest marathon training run of 22 miles just two days before, and managed to post a time just one second slower than his PB.