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Club Night Special Tuesday 14th April-the XC Awards
No Club Night Tuesday 7th as the following Tuesday, yes, the 14th, features the Cross Country awards for the recently completed season. Bar open from 8 pm, help us celebrate the successes of a really great XC season for the club. A unique opportunity to applaud the runners and coaches who made it all happen, particularly our awesome juniors. If you make one Club Night this year, make it this one, so get it in the diary now.
[charlie, Fri 27/03/15]    [comments (0)]

Billy Bland Recce 1 Weekend
While many of you were relaxing over the weekend in prep for Sunday races, there were 7 C&C'ers running around the Western Fells of the Lake District. We followed Scott's carefully laid out plan with a Friday evening 5m run & 1,900ft ascent over Harter Fell in Eskdale. Now we were warmed up, Saturday was a mere 16m with 6,000ft of ascent over Bowfell and Scafell Pike followed on Sunday with another 14 miles with 6,100ft of ascent over Yewbarrow and finishing on Great Gable. The weather and Emma's food were fantastic, the rest of the crew included Katie, Nev, Kris, Lee and Pete(Katie's mountain goat uncle who lives in the Lakes) who joined in the Billy Bland bracken, boulders and boggy fun. There are 2 more Recce weekends coming on 18th/19th April & 9th/10th May followed by the Billy Bland challenge over the bank holiday weekend on 23rd/24th May. If you have read this and seen the pictures on facebook and like a challenge you are welcome to join us by contacting myself or Scott White.
[Bernard Shannon, Mon 23/03/15]    [comments (0)]

Swavesey Half and Five-Miler
Up and down the country there are many small, community-flavoured races to sample, and my village lays on a particularly nice one, based at, and run by, the highly-reputed Swavesey Village College. There's a friendly vibe, a pretty rural course which skirts the excellent RSPB nature reserve, and a keen and vocal band of marshals and helpers. Perhaps you won't always be pointed the right way, but you'll head blindly up number 43's driveway with a cheers ringing in your ears and a smile on your face. One of those lovely events. A large C&C squad certainly enjoyed the day, with the north wind abating and the sun trying its hardest, and there were some stunning successes on the two flat but tricky courses. In the half-marathon, Alastair Hodges pulled off a brilliant victory in 1:15, beating past champion Mike Salt by half a minute; congratulations to both. Matt Slater eased off the throttle slightly post-Cambridge but still clocked 1:20 for fifth place, and there was an excellent ninth place for Bart Hommels (1:26). Excellence too in the women's race, where Anna Douglas took second place in a rather fine 1:32; congratulations, Anna. In the five-miler, Ben Baldelli blew everyone away, winning easily in 27:51, and Giulio Cinque finished narrowly off the podium in 33:31. Plenty more fine performances (and some training runs) via the results link - well done all, and well done the SVC staff, kids and helpers. Finally, there was a category second place for the illustrious Alex Downie in what he swears was his final half-marathon. Surely not?
Swavesey Half Marathon & 5 Miler:  Results (23)
[Andy I, Mon 23/03/15]    [comments (4)]

Marathons and Halves - Catch-Up
Belated news from the Barcelona Marathon, where Anna Riu blasted a 3:24 PB, and Clare Garvey followed up with a sharp 3:39 - really classy racing by both. And whilst catching up on the news of the Long Stuff, hats off to Dan Hurst for his 16th place (1:22) in the Newton's Fraction Half up in Lincs, to Kieran O'Holleran for PB-ing with 1:24 over the same distance in Alloa, and to Ian Richardson, yet another PB, 2:19 in the Essex 20. Seems like the whole club is in seriously good endurance nick.
Zurich Marató de Barcelona:  Results (2)
Newton’s Fraction Half Marathon:  Results (1)
Alloa Half Marathon:  Results (1)
Essex 20:  Results (1)
[Andy I, Mon 23/03/15]    [comments (1)]

Silverstone Half Marathon
A few of us made the journey to the Silverstone Half Marathon on the weekend. Chris Poole, Michael Hartley and myself crossed the line within a few minutes of each other. In addition to this it was a pleasure to meet Will Mycroft who casually informed us he'd won the race sporting the blue and white vest - go Will!

This was a great race which is incredibly well organised for a race consisting of 7000 runners. The course is flat and the atmosphere is fun. If you miss out on a place for Cambridge half I would recommend this as an alternative.
Silverstone Half Marathon:  Results (4)
[StacyW, Mon 16/03/15]    [comments (1)]

Cross Country News
A round up of the action over the last two weeks can be found by clicking here. Two of our junior men were representing the South of England in the Home Counties International in Antrim, N. Ireland.

There's one last opportunity to run cross country next Sunday at Ryston Grand Prix. If you have finished the 5K and 9K course then run next weekend to complete the series with a 6.5K. The series prize giving will be held at the village hall after the race. Refreshments available.

Make a note of Tuesday 14th April in your diary - Club Night will be combined with the Cross Country Awards Evening. Cross country is a team sport and C&C have a lot to celebrate this season. (8pm onwards - the bar will be open).
[Helen, Sun 15/03/15]    [comments (2)]

Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon. !
. Thank you to everyone who helped make the fourth Cambridge half marathon another great success! Runners , volunteers and spectators...C and C did Cambridge proud.
[Benvenuto Baldelli, Sun 08/03/15]    [comments (1)]

Cambridge Half After Party
I have booked a table for 20 at the Old Spring for a lunch/celebration after the Cambridge Half this Sunday. Please list below if you would like to be one of the "elect". It sounded like it was going to be very busy for some reason! The places are booked for 12.30.

Details for pub: http://www.theoldspring.co.uk
[Nev, Wed 04/03/15]    [comments (4)]

Frostbite League - BRJ
Frostbite League - BRJ:  Results (6)
[Andy I, Tue 03/03/15]    [comments (0)]

The Cambridge Boundary Run
On Sunday the 2015 edition of The Cambridge Boundary Run saw some changes whilst keeping-up some favoured old traditions. The changes were a shift in the start to the new University Sports Centre on the West Cambridge Site and a course taking an anti-clockwise route. The tradition of setting a tough course designed to catch-out the under-prepared was, however, splendidly maintained. The day started bright and sunny with the promise of a strong headwind over the finishing 5 miles. The combination of headwind, mud and the only hill in Cambridge all in the last 5 miles was genius and combined with some carefully discrete route markings made the 2015 event a real classic - in a good way. It was all very well judged! The preliminary results have been posted, but still contain some 'issues'. The leading group, not C&Cers, are missing from the top of the list since they decided to make the marathon into an ultra, and as a result C&C did rather well!
The Boundary Run:  Results (17)
[Christof Schwiening, Mon 02/03/15]    [comments (6)]

Frostbite Friendly League
The last race in this 5mile multi-terrain league is Sunday at Hinchingbrooke Park. Flat and fast in comparison to the recent cross country fixtures. Juniors run 1.5miles. Click here for more details.
[Helen, Thu 26/02/15]    [comments (0)]

English National Cross Country Championships
The results from today's race at Parliament Hill can be found here.
[Helen, Sat 21/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Debunking the physiological myths of endurance running - Wednesday 25th February 7:30-9:30pm
The talk will be given by Dr Dan Gordon from Anglia Ruskin University’s Human Energetics and Performance Centre in Cambridge. Dan is currently Principal Lecturer of Exercise Physiology and Course Leader for Sports Science, but has also acted as a consultant to the UK: Athletics Paralympic team.

The talk is being organised by the GCAN (the Greater Cambridge Athletics Network) and is open to all members of GCAN clubs – both coaches and runners.

To book onto the course please email Julie Pashley julie.pashley@gcan.org.uk

The venue is LAB 109, The Lord Ashcroft Building, Anglia Ruskin University, East Street, Cambridge.
[Bernard Shannon, Thu 19/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Barcelona Half Marathon
A fantastic day for C&C when 13 lucky athletes ran in the Barcelona HM. The race lived up to its fast reputation as Florence Kiplagat broke the world half-marathon record with a 1.05.09, 3 seconds faster than last year in the same event. Tom assured us he tried to keep up with Florence and still managed to finish with an awesome 1.09 PB in 26th. Tom there's always next year! John Uff was the next in for C&C with 1.18 after suffering from a dicky stomach for several days, Neil Tween smashed his PB with a 1.26 :), Nev & Rob followed, then 4 PB's from Chris N, Dan K, Bernie & Chris H. After that Paula, Rich L and Vic Coe while Rachael L finished off the PB tally. I would also like to thank our support team of Jen, Katie and Anne :). It was a great weekend all round as everyone enjoyed one of Europe's best cities whilst competing in a world record breaking race.
Barcelona Half Marathon:  Results (13)
[Bernard Shannon, Wed 18/02/15]    [comments (3)]

Baldock Beast Half Marathon
Who hath slain the mighty Beast of Baldock? Ben Baldelli and Ellen Leggate, that's who. Third and fourth places in their respective races for two of our best athletes, with second and first category places respectively. Ben ran 1:17 and Ellen 1:32, and I am highly impressed. No clubs listed in the results, so add yourself if I've missed you.
Baldock Beast Half Marathon:  Results (2)
[Andy I, Mon 16/02/15]    [comments (2)]

Stamford St Valentine's 30K
Having partly recovered from the post-Valentine's ménage à cinq-cent quatre-vingt-sept for road runners at Stamford yesterday (though retaining some residual chafing and soreness), I'm now able to report briefly on the goings-on. As you no doubt know (or should find out), this is a beautiful race on a rural course in South Lincs and Rutland - skylarks, red kites and all - but it rolls, and keeps on rolling, ready to trap the unknowing who push a little too hard early on. A fine gauge of marathon fitness and ability to sustain personal suffering. That said, we all survived, and some survived magnificently, most notably Ian Richardson, whose 2:06 is beyond my imagining (second V50 too), and Ultra Katie Samuelson, with a 2:12 for twelfth place. What's more, everyone except me (2:35), Carmel McEniery (2:36), Paul Jones (2:30) and Ultra Darren Gillman (2:19) picked up PBs - well done Stacy Wheat (2:29), Stuart Matthews (2:31), Chris Poole (2:31), Sam Lewsey (2:37), Iona Graham Hagg (2:50) and Dan Bayles (3:51). Red roses all round.
Stamford Striders St Valentine's 30k:  Results (12)
[Andy I, Mon 16/02/15]    [comments (1)]

Ryston Grand Prix Race 5
Just three regulars this month. All vet men. Well done for continuing to fly the C&C flag. Click here for results.
[Helen, Sun 15/02/15]    [comments (0)]

St Neot's Half Marathon Entries Open Saturday 14th February
Entries open at 6am tomorrow Saturday 14th February for the HM which takes place on Sunday 15th November 2015. In 2014, the race was full up within a few hours.

Entry is at http://nicetrievents.com/events/st-neots-half-marathon/

An explanation from a Riverside runner is that its been run by Riverside Runners with the same race director Helen for years and she has decided to hand it over. Nicetri events is run by Keith who is a lifelong riverside member who has vast experience in organising tri events and running events and has offered to take over the organisation.

To cope with the increased number of entrants (1,500) there will be some road closures, and there will be a transfer system in place until 6 weeks prior to the event.
[Dave Mail, Fri 13/02/15]    [comments (1)]

Brighton Marathon Places - any takers?!
Hi all, looking for a marathon place?! The fantastic charity I work for Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) has a limited amount of places for The Brighton Marathon on 12th April. If you have been training and haven't managed to bag yourself an entry into a mara then this is the one for you! Having ran it previously I know that it is an awesome race! respond on here if you would like to run for ACT and I will put you in touch with my colleague. p.s. £300 minimum sponsorship. Thanks Carla x
[Carla Brown, Thu 12/02/15]    [comments (0)]

club night tonight (10th)
Our delayed club night gathering will now be in the Granta pub tonight after training. Get the mist out of your bones in relaxed surroundings. All welcome.
[charlie, Tue 10/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Track closed tonight, Tuesday 3rd February
Just heard from the University that the track will be closed tonight. The snow isn't expected to melt except to get a watery sheen and then it's predicted to freeze again later. The paths around the West site and track are likely to be much the same. The city centre is usually better in times like this.
[Neil, Tue 03/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Frostbite Requiem
Sad news of an all-time worst performance in the Frostbite League, on the muddy trails of Bourne Woods. Not to say the nine of us didn't do the vest credit; on a freezing, swamplike, windblown course the performances were epic, but the bare facts are that we were second-last yesterday, with just PACTRAC behind us (oddly, they provided the race winner) and a yawning gap to our next rivals. Nine not being a team, we gained some penalty points, but the problem was the epic scale of the C&C no-show. On the plus side, we all scored, so hats doffed sombrely and an alphabetic roll of honour to Russell Atkinson (quickest C&C in 53rd), Diana Braverman, Michael Brentnall, Ben Chamberlain (twice representing the club in two days), Clare Hall, Barbara Hughes, Andy Irvine, Carmel McEniery (first C&C female) and Mick Ward. The memorial will be carved accordingly. Fortunately no children were there to witness it.
Frostbite League - Bourne:  Results (9)
[Andy I, Mon 02/02/15]    [comments (11)]

Watford Half Marathon
I completely failed to clock that our Victoria Knight won this big event today until I saw the results -- I trailed in a little later, somewhat the worse for wear after the repeated sharp hills and hideous headwind in the first half... all good marathon training though!
Watford Half Marathon:  Results (2)
[CharlieW, Sun 01/02/15]    [comments (2)]

Essex League Team Results
C&C take 6 of the 10 team titles. 34 individuals completed the league i.e. finished 4 of 5 races. We've come a long way in three seasons. In 2012-13, 8 individuals completed the league. Click here to read more.
[Helen, Sun 01/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Help for club's 10k and Cambridge half marathon
We have two local road races coming up which need the club’s help. Please look at the requests below and help if you can, particularly for the club's 10k which is an important event for us.
[Neil, Sun 01/02/15]    [comments (0)]

Essex League Race 5 - Saturday 31st January
A report by Ric Park can be found here. The individual results will be posted as soon as practicable. Very well done to all those who turned out in the snowy conditions. Lots of individual and overall team victories. Come back next year to retain your title and/or secure more.
[Helen, Sat 31/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Frostbite - Sunday 1st February
The fifth of the Frostbite league races takes place on Sunday 1st February in Bourne, Lincolnshire, which is approximately an hour's drive from Cambridge. It would be great to see as many C & C runners (junior and senior) at this event. As usual, juniors start at 10:15 with the seniors at 11am. If you can offer a lift or need a lift, then I suggest meeting at the track at 9am.
Unfortunately, I am unable to make it to this event so as Andy recently mentioned, if anyone would be willing to score for both races, please let me know as soon as possible so I can advise you on the process.
Full details, including directions can be found on the Frostbite website.
[Adam Poole, Tue 27/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Enduring times
The February edition of Enduring Times, the C&C newsletter for road runners, is now online.
[ClaireS, Tue 27/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Essex league Race 5 - Saturday 31st January
The fifth and final event of the season will be at Abbey Fields (not Hilly Fields) Colchester. If you have run three already then consider running this one to be ranked in the individual league tables. It's the best of 4. Click here for more details.
[Helen, Sun 25/01/15]    [comments (0)]

South of England XC Championships 2015
The results from this event at Stanmer Park, Brighton can be found here. Very well done to all those who made it this year - especially the senior men who ran 15K!!!! The longest event on the XC calendar.
[Helen, Sun 25/01/15]    [comments (1)]

Preview run for Cambridge Cambourne 10k
This is the club's main public race offering and we're having a preview run for interested people on Sunday at 11.00 from Cambourne Business Park. It's likely to be a relatively slow run round the course, after which we hope lots of people will enter the race. Please come along if you'd like to join us. Ollie, Beth and Neil will be leading.
[Neil, Wed 21/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Brass Monkey Half
News from Oop North of an excellent 1:38 PB for Sam Lewsey at the Brass Monkey Half in York - nice one Sam!
Brass Monkey Half Marathon:  Results (1)
[Andy I, Wed 21/01/15]    [comments (1)]

Ryston Grand Prix Race 4
The results from last Sunday and a race report by Charlie Ritchie can be found here.
[Helen, Tue 20/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Folksworth 15
It's an eternal mystery why we rarely get more than a handful of C&Cs at the Folksworth 15, a beautiful, rural race hosted by our Yaxley pals and just 40 minutes up the road, but perhaps it's true what they say about Cambridge folk and hill-aversion. Anyway, five of us strode forth on a perfect race day with the usual mixed bag of intentions, from marathon long run training to chasing a quick time, or perhaps chasing an optimistic time then blowing up. Most speedful was the most-improving (is it possible to win that prize two years in a row?) Ian Richardson, 52nd in 1:43, with Neil Tween (1:52) not far down the road and holding back. Hill Six killed me off (2:00+), though I was a brave boy and didn't cry, but Carmel McEniery (2:08) and Iona Graham Hagg (2:14) finished strongly to suggest all's well on the London trail. Do this race next year, seriously!
Folksworth 15:  Results (5)
[Andy I, Mon 19/01/15]    [comments (8)]

South of England XC Championships 2015
An email has been sent out to all those who requested a club paid entry for this event at Stamner Park, Brighton on Saturday 24th January. If you did not received this email or the details from Ric Park, please contact Helen Grant asap.
If you cannot run remember it is club policy to send an apology by email to Helen before the start time of your race. If not you will be asked to repay the fee of £7.00 to the club.
Thank you
[Helen, Sat 17/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Christof's Marathon Algorithm
Inspired by a fascinating theory session with our excellent marathon experts at the club night on Tuesday, I've knocked up a marathon calculator based on the paper which Christof brought to our attention, in which marathon performance could be accurately predicted from just two pieces of information; training mileage and average training pace (both over the final eight weeks before the race). Just follow the "Performance Calculator" link on the left, or, if you're lazy, click here. Thanks to Christof, Beth, Charlie and Neil for a very stimulating evening.
[Andy I, Sat 17/01/15]    [comments (9)]

Nick Anderson GB Coach - Marathon Talk
Following on from this weeks Club Night where Beth, Charlie & Christof shared their insights to training & running a marathon . Here's another event which will build on what you heard or if you missed this week.
Nick Anderson is a GB Coach and 'official' advisor for the Brighton Marathon this year.
If you want to attend drop Julie an email.
Wednesday 21st January 2015 7-9pm
Nick Anderson Marathon workshop
The Meadows Community Centre, St Catherine’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3XJ
Julie Pashley - Network Activator
Email: julie.pashley@gcan.org.uk
[Bernard Shannon, Thu 15/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Club Night Tonight (Tuesday 13th)
In case you haven't heard, Club Night tonight in the clubhouse after training is a Marathon Special, with three of our marathon runners sharing their perspectives on this unique experience. Bar open for drinks and light refreshments as usual, all welcome, please look in.
[charlie, Tue 13/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Essex League Race 4
The results from Saturday's race and a report with the overall team positions in the league can be found here.
[Helen, Mon 12/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Frostbite League - March
Individual results are in from the March Frostbite (no, that's March the place, I'm not clairvoyant). And good things happened, though not perhaps in great numbers, so overall we didn't place too highly (final scores to be confirmed when published). Report below.
Heroic team manager Adam can't be results collator next month (and, having again driven a huge distance without even getting to run, he probably deserves a break anyway), so if you or a relative/friend/acquaintance is prepared to take the numbers at the finish up at Bourne, please get in touch.
Frostbite League - March AC:  Results (19)  Report: Andy I
[Andy I, Mon 12/01/15]    [comments (6)]

Essex League Race 4 - Saturday 10th January
PLEASE NOTE THE VENUE FOR THIS EVENT: CHINGFORD

Epping Plain for Juniors & Epping Forest for Seniors.

The Dec. & Jan. venues were swopped after I made the fixture list. Please see the Essex League Facebook page for more details as I haven't been sent any yet. I will post them on the Essex League webpage as soon as I get any.
[Helen, Sun 04/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Cambridgeshire County XC Championships 2015
The full results can be found by clicking here once they have been posted.
[Helen, Sun 04/01/15]    [comments (0)]

New Year's Day
All was definitely not quiet on New Year's Day. After the mass assault on Ely to see out the old year, twenty-odd (extremely odd, in fact) C&Cs took on two parkruns in one morning, at Huntingdon and Peterborough (specifically staggered by 90 minutes or so to attract the crazies). And the Ely/Wymondham New Year's double was duly completed by the usual suspects too. I hope everyone has now caught up on any alcohol they may have missed. Happy New Year to all!
Huntingdon parkrun:  Results (20)
Peterborough parkrun:  Results (23)
Wymondham New Year's Day 10K:  Results (3)
[Andy I, Fri 02/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Late 2014 Roundup
Catching up on the last hurrahs of the 2014 competitive scene, we had some fine racing at the Buntingford 10 and the Waterside 5. The former saw some exceptional feats at the sharp end, with our Victoria Knight taking a superb victory in 59:37. Particularly praiseworthy amongst the chaps, both with sub-60s, were Duncan Coombs, fourth in 58:13, and Matt Slater, sixth in 59:17. For the epic exploits of the rest of our squad of 16, check the full results. Our smaller four-man team at St Neots ran wonderfully too, and it's particularly good to see Tom Johnson take quickest C&C honours after his long injury struggle. Great running everyone.
Buntingford 10:  Results (16)
Waterside 5:  Results (4)
[Andy I, Fri 02/01/15]    [comments (0)]

Ely New Year's Eve 10K
The C&C army fielded a battalion of no less than 50 for this sunny if chilly club favourite. Stand-out result was 3rd place for Zoe MacDonald, with category prizes for Katie, Mary and Alex too.
Ely New Years Eve 10k:  Results (51)
[CharlieW, Fri 02/01/15]    [comments (1)]

Cambridgeshire County XC Championships 2015
An email has been sent out to all those who requested a club paid entry to this event on Sunday 4th January. If you didn't receive this email & it's not in your SPAM box please contact Helen (XC Rep.) asap.

All apologies should be sent by email to Helen prior to the start time of your race. Failure to do so will mean repayment of your entry fee to the club. That's club policy for all xc championship events.

Thank you & good luck on Sunday.
[Helen, Tue 30/12/14]    [comments (0)]

C&C Boxing Day Run - Results
Results are in - full results below (thanks, Noel).
Happy Christmas!
C&C Boxing Day Race:  Results (75)
[Andy I, Fri 26/12/14]    [comments (3)]

Pre- and post- Pisa pizza
I have eaten rather a lot of Pisa pizza - I hope that Richard Staley, Chris Hurcomb, Chris Poole, George Schwiening and Kevin O'Holleran have too. Splendid performances from the C&C International Endurance Team - and some decent running too - at the Pizza City marathon.
Pisa City Marathon:  Results (6)  Report: Christof Schwiening
[Christof Schwiening, Sun 21/12/14]    [comments (7)]

Site Glitches
Just a quick note - there have been some problems with editing/submitting large sets of data to the site (particularly the Jingle Mile recently, and now the Frostbite). This might also affect large race reports, and will definitely prevent photo uploads. For now be very careful and save as you go! The problem has been reported to the hosting company (after extensive proof was needed!), and the ball is in their court.

UPDATE - I think all is working now, hugely thanks to Sameer M at Hostpapa, who continued to resist the temptation to write me off as a loony. If you do experience any problems (beyond the usual!), let me know.
[Andy I, Mon 15/12/14]    [comments (7)]

Cross Country News
This weekend we had athletes representing our club, county & country in Hinchingbrooke, Shouldham Warren, Oxford & Samokav, Bulgaria. Click here to find out who went where & how they did.
[Helen, Sun 14/12/14]    [comments (2)]

Running shoes and apparel
All,

Just to let you know that I have recently started working at Sweatshop Cambridge.

Please let me know what you would like to see Sweatshop provide for your running.

Sweatshop annually gets Runnersworld awards for best retailer nationally.

But are we doing our best for you locally?.

Sweatshop Cambridge is located at the end of Coldhams Lane, by the airfield, and just inside the David Lloyd leisure center.

Tnx, Mary
--
Mary Jennings
[Mary J, Mon 08/12/14]    [comments (1)]

Essex League Race 3
For a round up of all the action at Great Notley on Saturday, click here. It was fast & furious!!!!!
[Helen, Sun 07/12/14]    [comments (1)]

Cambridge Cambourne 10K 2015 entries open today
Hi All, Cambridge Cambourne 10K 2015 entries open today! Hurrah! 12th April 2015 :-) See you there!
Lovely mixed terrain race and supporting Jimmy's Cambridge who provide emergency accommodation & support all year round and on nights like last night!
[BethJ, Wed 03/12/14]    [comments (0)]

Cross Country Results
A round up of the action by members who took part in the British Athletics Cross Challenge in Liverpool and the EVAC Cross Country Championships in Kettering can be found here. Be inspired to have a go next year.
[Helen, Sun 30/11/14]    [comments (1)]

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR NEXT ESSEX LEAGUE RACE
I've been told race 3 on Saturday 6th December is now at Great Notley Country Park, Braintree.

Click here for details.

Don't go to Epping Forest!!!!!!!!
[Helen, Sun 30/11/14]    [comments (0)]

Pilates sessions - instructor?
We're thinking of organising a weekly pilates session. If you are, or you know of someone who is, a pilates instructor and would like to apply to provide this, please contact me (csomerton@live.co.uk) and I will send over details. Thanks.
[ClaireS, Sun 30/11/14]    [comments (0)]

Rocky Steps marathon
After a year of boring many of you with a multitude of niggly foot and lower leg injuries I finally have a race report to file. My glass legs survived the Philadelphia marathon at the weekend!
Philadelphia Marathon:  Results (1)
[Alastair Hodges, Thu 27/11/14]    [comments (5)]

Last call for the South of England Cross Country Championships
The deadline for club paid entries to this event at Stamner Park, Brighton on Saturday 24th January is tomorrow (28th Nov.). If you like hills off road this is place for you. Senior men 15K & senior women 8K. An opportunity for you to stand on the start line with some of the best in south of England. Click here to request your place.
[Helen, Thu 27/11/14]    [comments (7)]

Hereward Relay
Well, it was wet. Wet and slippy. Very wet and very slippy. Nevertheless it was a very good day out for C&C. A few of us were fortunate enough to have got the first leg - short and tarmac (except for the finishing corner where runners were forced to do an impression of Bambi on ice). Some of us took detours - John 'Can't get' En'Uff - others simply ran Egg'cellently. It was great fun and a splendidly organized event - many thanks March Athletics Club (Stephen) and Claire for putting our teams together. I am so glad they didn't allow the Ultra this year......
Hereward Relay:  Results (31)
[Christof Schwiening, Mon 24/11/14]    [comments (4)]

Essex League & Ryston GP Results
A round up of this weekend's action on the country can be found here. C&C continue to lead the junior field in Essex.
[Helen, Sun 16/11/14]    [comments (0)]
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(Derbyshire 2009)
(pic: Dave Y)
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(Bourne Frostbite 2010)
(pic: Marcus)
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Geoff on his way to fourth
(Cambridge Cambourne 10K 2009)
(pic: Andy I)
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