The club maintains lists of road and track for men and women in all age categories.

Mens Road Records
Mens Track Records Womens Track Records

If you would like to make a claim for a club record please email Tom Davies at

There are a couple of club rules with regards to club records which are essentially the same as those for the annual club championships.

For road records the course distance must be certified by the Association of Course Measurers (events which have been certified usually include the certificate number or measuring wheel symbol within the event details or event website).

The course should be classified as road and not trail, mixed terrain etc. Track records are to be from recognised track events with approved/qualified timekeepers.

It would typically be expected that results from both road and track races would be available on the Power of 10 website.

Recent updates

There have been some records set by both men and women since the last update in 2017.

Road records

For the ladies, Hannah Sampson’s time of 20:04 at the Grand Prix 5K held on the Embankment is a new best time in the senior category.
At the Cliffs handicap in 2017, Christine Heaton set a new V50 best of 41:22 which was also an all-time club record for the popular route.
There have also been some record breaking performances from the men.
Paul Roome set a new V40 best for parkrun in Copenhagen with a time of 16:36 in November 2017 and a couple of weeks later Kevin Ford broke the M60 record at Rushcliffe parkrun with a time of 18:30.
Finally, in the men’s road racing category, there have been records set at 5K in both M55 and M65 category both at our event, the M50 Versus all ladies race. In 2016, Simon Reed set a new M55 best of 20:45 and in 2017 Howard Partridge set a new M65 best of 19:26.

Track records

Our men and ladies have also been setting records on the track.
In the Men’s 3000m, Paul Roome set a new M40 best for the 3000m in November 2017 with a time of 9:33.
At the Nottinghamshire Athletics Network track night, new bests for 5000m were set in the senior men’s category where Matthew Nutt ran a new club best of 15:45 in a fiercely fought race., in the same race Andy Soley set a new best time of 18:00 in the M35 category. At the same event Sandy Poole set a new record in the W70 category with a time of 27:06 for 5000m.
Finally, at the club’s inaugural long distance track meet, there was an inaugural record set in the 10000m by Matt Grainge in the V40 Men’s category with a time of 37:32.
As far as I’m aware the club hasn’t maintained 10000m times previously, I have found some historical times for some people for the distance and included them on the records sheet. These are Graham Moffatt with a time of 37:01, which is a M45 and all time club best and John Oldfield with a best time of 47:46 in the V70 category. If anybody else has a 10000m time that they want including then please let me know.

Tom Davies

Men’s Records

100m 12.3 Simon Leadley 2008
200m 25.6 Simon Leadley 2008
400m 59.32 Graham Moffatt 2015
800m 2:08.63 Graham Moffatt 2015
1500m 4:27.43 Graham Moffatt 2015
Mile 4:45.5 Matt Nutt 2017
3000m 9:33 Paul Roome 2017
5000m 15:45 Matt Nutt 2017
Lake 15:06 Stewart Gregory 2003
parkrun 16:36 Paul Roome 2017
5K 16:00 Stewart Gregory 2006
5 Miles 25:56 Stewart Gregory 2004
10K 33:06 Stewart Gregory 1998
10 Miles 52:41 Stewart Gregory 2005
Half Marathon 1:12:10 Trevor Radford 1985
20 Miles 2:00:03 Paul Fooks 1998
Marathon 2:32:36 Stewart Gregory 2006

Ladies Records

100m 14.8 Anne De Rover 2015
200m 31.0 Anne De Rover 2015
400m 1:11.4 Gina Granger 2016
800m 2:46.8 Anna Heaton 2017
1500m 5:40.0 Christine Heaton 2017
Mile 5:47.08 Dorothy Michalak 2002
3000m 11:54.12 Serena Bignell 2015
5000m 18:12 Lesley Cliff 1993
Lake 17:21 Linda Robb 1987
parkrun 19:43 Christine Heaton 2017
5K 18:12 Lesley Cliff 1993
5 Miles 29:50 Linda Robb 1989
10K 37:51 Linda Robb 1987
10 Miles 1:00:47 Linda Robb
Half Marathon 1:22:41 Linda Robb 1990
20 Miles 2:18:18 Mary Mills 1997
Marathon 2:55:56 Linda Robb 1989