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Summer League Success

Thanks to a great turnout at the final race at Teversal we managed to win three of the four categories in the series – a fantastic effort. We won the senior and vets mens categories and the senior womens, our womens vets claiming third.

On an individual level, Dan Bagley was third overall in the mens series and kudos also to Katie Holmes who was second in the V55 and Neil Cooper who was third in the V35. John Oldfield was the only V75 to complete the series and Christine Oldfield one of only two women to complete the series in the womens V65 category.

Full results are on the Notts AA website.

Worksop Summer League Results

Our senior men and women both took another win at Worksop and hold healthy leads going into the final race at Teversal on 7th August. Our vets teams are both in very tight tussles for series victory. The men saw their series lead cut back dramatically by Mansfield to just 11 points, and the women have slipped narrowly into second place by a mere 6 points. So it’s all to play for, let’s make sure we get the best possible turnout at Teversal!

The Worksop results are now out on the Notts AAA website.

Grand Prix Final Results

We’ve spent a few days running through the results again and checking video of the final race.

It can be a complicated process, so we should thank all those who’ve spent their many hours getting the results done in the first place and compiling the final set of results.

So here are the final results. The full set is on this year’s results page.

Holme Pierrepont Results

Overall Results

Prize Winners

Mens Teams

Womens Teams

Grand Prix

The Grand Prix is over for another year. Thanks to all of you who took part and the amazing crew of HP volunteers who made it happen.

Congratulations to our series winners Marlon Dunkley and Lucy Gossage and to Beeston and Rushcliffe who took the team prizes.

Holme Pierrepont and full series results will be posted here later today when we have them.

Grand Prix Embankment Results

GP2019Embankment Start

After a slight hiccup this morning, here are the Embankment results. Ben Plummer from Barrow Runners was first across the line, with Marlon Dunkley still leading the men’s series. Lucy Gossage again took the women’s race, further extending her series lead.

The final race of the series is on Thursday night at Holme Pierrepont. There are still places left for this fast, flat 10K.

Embankment Results

Grand Prix Colwick Results

GP2019Colwick Start.JPGOn a lovely night for running at Colwick we had our first Holme Pierrepont winner for many a year – take a bow Philip Nind. Rushcliffe’s Marlon Dunkley extended his lead in the men’s series, and Lucy Gossage took another win to extend her lead over former winner Katie Lomas.

The next race is a flat, measured 5K along the Victoria Embankment on Tuesday 2nd July. There are still places available for the remaining two races of the series.

Updated Colwick Results

Grand Prix Rushcliffe Results

GP2019Rushcliffe StartThis year’s Grand Prix got underway at a soggy Rushcliffe Country Park on Tuesday night. In the men’s race, Mark Powell of Leicester Coritanian just got the better of a close race with Marlon Dunkley of Rushcliffe AC. In the women’s race, Lucy Gossage won convincingly, with former series winner Katie Lomas more than a minute behind.

The second race is at Colwick on Thursday, there are still entries available for the Colwick race and the rest of the series.

Rushcliffe Results

Summer League at the Water Sports Centre, Wednesday 12th June

The Summer League resumes this Wednesday, 12th June at the National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont. It’s a flat 5 mile course taking in the path around the lake and the lane. Let’s keep our great start to the season going with another strong turnout. If you’re not running, we still need help with marshaling. Please note that there is a £2 charge for parking levied by the Water Sports Centre which we have no control over.

Dream Mile Results 2019

Philip Nind was first over the line in 4:39, closely followed by Oliver Matharu. Four runners broke 5 minutes. It was great to see over 50 runners taking part.

Full results:

Pos Name Time
1 Philip Nind 04:39
2 Oliver Matharu 04:41
3 James Kirkwood 04:56
4 Jon Fox 04:59
5 Neil Cooper 05:01
6 Graham Moffatt 05:03
7 Rich Baldwin 05:10
8 Rob Stewart 05:11
9 Rob Nason 05:13
10 Duncan Martindale 05:15
11 Will Meredith 05:18
12 James Sampson 05:34
13 Colin Hallam 05:41
14 Simon Leadley 05:43
15 Kevin Ford 05:44
16 Simon Ross 05:44
17 John Hillier 05:50
18 Joseph Eccles 05:53
19 Glyn Sawford 05:56
20 Jason Randall 05:58
21 Marc Faulder 05:59
22 Fran Santos 06:01
23 Rob Smith 06:03
24 Jack Tomlinson 06:05
25 Cat Marygold 06:12
26 Darren Fisher 06:12
27 Eaun Henderson 06:13
28 Chris Davsion 06:14
29 Joon Wee Ho 06:16
30 James Nichols 06:16
31 Gordon Barnard 06:23
32 Matthew Warren 06:26
33 Salley Hawes 06:49
34 Jo Chalmers 06:52
35 Christina wadlow 06:52
36 Amy Matharu 06:54
37 Penny Durance 06:55
38 Ian warren 06:57
39 Rachel Grant 07:03
40 Allesandro Chimenti 07:03
41 Rachel Castledine 07:05
42 Robin Denton 07:06
43 Katie Holmes 07:07
44 Kirsty Weedon 07:08
45 Wendy Conibear 07:10
46 Rachel Gardner 07:14
47 Ann Moorhouse 07:36
48 Victoria Webster 07:51
49 Peter Gale 08:09
50 Dick Durance 08:22
51 Christine Oldfield 09:34