The club maintains lists of road and track for men and women in all age categories.
|Mens Road Records||Womens 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 email@example.com
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. Alternatively certified races are listed here). 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.
Update 31st May 2020
Since the last update there has been some record breaking performances by both some familiar and also some new names.
For the men, Dan Bagley continued is march to a clean sweep of the senior men’s records breaking Stewart Gregory’s record for 10 miles as senior which had stood for over 20 years with an excellent 53:50 at the Notts 10 in June last year. This isn’t an all-time club record as Stewart’s record as v40 is just over a minute quicker, I’m sure Dan has got that in his sights. Dan also managed to squeeze in a fast half marathon before all races were suspended improving the club half marathon best time to 1:10.24 at the Big Half in London earlier this year.
For the ladies, Natalie Bunce who joined HP in the last 12 months, set a new 5 mile senior record at the Alsager 5 in February this year with an excellent time of 31:05. Another new name on the club records list is long standing member Patti Cranton who set a new best time in the w55 category at Rushcliffe last year. Congratulations Natalie and Patti on your first club records.
Congratulations also to Christine Oldfield who has set inaugural records in the w75 age category for parkrun over in Perth Australia earlier this year and also for 5k at our very own Lady Bay race in December 2019. Finally on the roads, someone who is not new to setting club records, Christine Heaton, who set a new W55 record for the cliffs handicap in February this year, especially impressive the day after the annual dinner.
As far as I am aware there have been no track records set by any of our men since the last update, please let me know if I have missed something.
Meanwhile a couple of our ladies have been setting records on the track. Firstly in the w55 category Katie Holmes set an inaugural best time for 800m with a great time of 3:11.19 in August last year. Previous to that in July, Katie had improved her own w55 1500m record to 6:29.75. In the w75 category Christine Oldfield was making the best of the Australian weather in March this year setting an inaugural record for 100m in 23.99 and also setting a new record for 400m in 2:00.16.
Apologies to anybody I have missed, please let me know either via email or have a word with me on a club night.
|parkrun best||15:40||Daniel Bagley||2019|
|5 Miles||25:56||Stewart Gregory||2004|
|10 Miles||52:41||Stewart Gregory||2005|
|Half Marathon||1:11:06||Daniel Bagley||2019|
|20 Miles||1:51:43||Daniel Bagley||2019|
|100m||14.8||Anne De Rover||2015|
|200m||31.0||Anne De Rover||2015|
|parkrun best||19:43||Christine Heaton||2017|
|5 Miles||29:50||Linda Robb||1989|
|10 Miles||1:00:47||Linda Robb|
|Half Marathon||1:22:41||Linda Robb||1990|
|20 Miles||2:18:18||Mary Mills||1997|