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BRJ Lockdown Relay

Race One

Congratulations to all those who have completed the first race in the BRJ Lockdown Relay. I hope you enjoyed taking part in a club activity again, at last, running together while apart with a little added challenge to make it fun and motivating.

A big thank you to the team captains for bringing the teams together, agreeing the race route and sending in the results.

These results are based on the average times for all six relay legs.  winners for the fastest all male, all female...Read more

We're off on the Lockdown Relay. 

As you can see we have had a fantastic response from everyone in the club. I hope everyone enjoys the chance to run together while staying apart. Eleven teams have entered. They are: 

Goddy Gliders ( Team Captain Alice Noyes)

Best Team ( Club Captain Anna Best)

Alconbury Pacers ( Team Captain Tony Farrow)

RAAAAY's Rockets ( Team Captain Alison Orrell)

Happy Hartford Rainbows ( Team Captain Emma Figures)

Rookie Runners( Team Captian Michelle Sutherland)

Park Racers ( Team Captain...Read more

BRJ Lock Down Relay Series

Introduction

The restrictions imposed in March in response to the global pandemic have stopped most of the club activities. Although these restrictions may be gradually eased over the next few months it remains uncertain when members can run together in groups and “normal” club activities can resume.

The BRJ Lock Down Relay Series provides an opportunity for members to take part in an event together while remaining apart.

Runners

Members will be able to join a team of six runners. There is no entry fee. Those...Read more

It is with a heavy heart that the BRJ committee have (following government and EA advice) decided to suspend all training and other events for the time being, this includes organised runs, coached swimming and track. Updates will be posted as the national and local situation develops and as and when we can start to re-introduce training support we will. You may of course wish to arrange your own runs, swims, cycles etc but it is recommended if you do so that you recognise the risks and take appropriate precautions. It is also noted that there are vulnerable members of our community who...Read more

BRJ Run and Tri played  host to the sixth and final race on the Frostbite League at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon courstesy of Huntingdon Football Club and local farmer Philip Lee. The five mile course around the  waterlogged and muddy field magins was quite challenging and an excellent test of cross country running. BRJ seniors finished in 5th place on the day securing 3rd place in the series. The juniors finishing in 14th place on the day and in the series.
BRJ senior runners slipped to 5th place in fifth race of the Frostbite league but just hung on to the 3rd position overall....Read more



  Tarpley 20 is a very popular race for those in training for the Spring
Marathon Season. BRJ  runners in the 10 and 20 mile races  faced strong winds and at time driving rain
around the quiet country roads of Essex. Over 20 miles  Annette Newton secured a first place in her
age category VF65 in 2 hours 54 minutes 55 seconds. Other BRJ members
included: Alice Synge (2.44.20) Amanda Roland-Convey (2.53.33) a PB, Alice
Edwards ( 2.53.31) Dan Ainscow ( 3.29.36) Jacqui Moore (3.51.
...Read more

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