The 2017-18 winter handicap dates were:
Final Overall Results
The final race was run on the 27th March with 20 runners competing and for some runners this was their final attempt to climb up the leader board.
The final results for this years’ competition are as below:
Joint First: Kim Sullivan and Stella Scordellis – 56 points
Third: Lynn Hills – 47 points
First: Matt Collins – 55 points
Second: Peter Green – 52 points
Third: Geraint Davies – 49 points
Age Grading Prize
Ladies: Val Bowes – 30:19 in race 5
Men: Sean McCabery 28.17 in race 1
Abigail Cross – 38:35
Zhan Su – 29:26
Thank you everybody who took part, apart from a few teething problems in Race 1, there were no major incidents to report.
Race Report – Tuesday 23 January 2018
We had 15 runners on Tuesday, and yet again it was a dreary night. In the ladies competition we have Kim Sullivan currently in first position with Stella hot on her heels. In the men’s competition we have Matt Collins and Geraint Davies fighting it out for top position. Will Geraint’s London marathon training give him that extra speed to knock Matt off top position? Next date is 27 February.
Race Report – Tuesday 28 November 2017
It was a rather chilly evening on Tuesday and we had 21 runners brave the cold to run their socks off round Oxted. Everybody returned back to base safely with no incidents to report. Currently for the Ladies, Kim Sullivan is in the lead, and in the Men’s Geraint Davies is in first position, but there are still three more handicaps to go so plenty of things can happen in this time.
For those who it is their first run, please note that for your first run you get a notional start time, this run will not count but your finish position will be adjusted to equal the final runner and points awarded accordingly.
Karl Reynolds who ran his first handicap run, ran an extremely impressive time of 37.04.
Race Report – 24 October 2017
We had 29 runners turn up for the first Handicap on Tuesday 24 October, with Frances and Pete taking over from Keith Towers. Unfortunately we had a few “teething” problems with the results however the most important part, the finishing positions were correct. We look forward to seeing more runners at the next event on the 28 November.