The provisional results from the Shelton Striders 10k that took place yesterday morning are available online at: http://sheltonstriders.co.uk/our-annual-10k-race/results/
The full results (lot of them!) and photographs from the Western Power Distribution Wilne 10k which took place on Sunday are online and can be found at www.wilne.co.uk
All individual and championship entries for the next event in the RunDerby Race Series, the Western Power Distribution Wilne 10k, are now sold out.
The next Wilne Breakfast Run is taking place on Sunday 17th August 2014 and you can now sign-up (usual meeting time of 9.35am and £3.00 cost).
A training session is planned by Andy McNeill, coach of numerous athletes to England and Great Britain vests. Total distance is between 6-11km (options to cut it short). Andy will also be providing a Questions and Answers Session in the clubhouse after the event. Helen Wright and her sports massage team have confirmed their attendance at the breakfast run providing free sports massage for runners when they return after the training session.
We’ve added some more race dates to the RunDerby event calendar:
Race organisers: if you organise a running event within 25 miles of Derby and your event is not included, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the event details.
The largest race of the RunDerby Race Series, the Derby RAMathon, have announced the date of next year’s race as Sunday 7th June 2015 – Save the date!
Following the triumphant success of the re-launched RAMathon which took place at Elvaston Castle in June 2014 (after an 18 year gap), the organisers are bringing the event back into the city and are excited to announce the race limit will be increased to 4,000 runners.
Derby County Football Club is a confirmed key partner and the Derby half marathon will start and finish at the iPro Stadium. John Vicars, Chief Operating Officer, says “Everyone connected with Derby County is delighted to see the Ramathon back and bigger than ever. There is only one place where it should start and finish – and that is the home of the Rams!”
The planned route will still include the villages of Shardlow, Ambaston and Elvaston (and the Castle grounds) and competitors will again be able to enjoy the amazing scenery which helped make the event so iconic.
Entries are expected to open towards the end of this year and you can be one of the first to find out by signing up to the RAMathon newsletter via our website.
After five events of the RunDerby Race Series, we would like to give a special mention to the following runners who have completed all races in the RunDerby 2014 Race Series:
- Ben Yule
- Richard Allen
- Daniel Smith
- Oliver Meek
- Tim Spate
- Richard Hick
- Paul Wood
- Karla Hall
- Lizzie Poole
- Alex Hall
- Leigh Lambert
- Rebecca Crossley
- Stephanie Redfern
- Steve Hand
- Pascale Holden
Everyone who takes part in every race in the series (either voluntary or participating) will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win:
- £200 worth of kit donated by Derby Runner (head-to-toe).
- A free entry into every 2015 RunDerby race (including a free team into the Hairy Helmet Relay).
Welcome to the re-designed RunDerby website!
RunDerby is bringing together a whole host of information and services to assist runners in the Derby area. This new website will include a list of all local running clubs within a 15 mile radius of Derby and information of events held within a 25 mile radius of Derby. It is being updated on a regular basis so please feel free to send in your suggestions to us. RunDerby is intended to cater for runners of all abilities, so from the weekly 5k park runs to the 10k distance and beyond, it is intended to be a one-stop shop for what’s happening in and around the area.