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There had been some talk for some time during club runs and social bike rides about having a jamming session between guitarists (there are always more guitarists than actually needed in a band).
But things only started getting serious when Bren Vaughan and Maureen Wickson took matters into their hands and quickly a group of BRJ’rs was assembled in Bren’s study room one weekend in November 2014 as the running season was winding down. Ideas were exchanged, killer riffs were skilfully delivered and a preliminary song list was agreed.

The first rehearsal took place in Bren...Read more

Fifteen BRJ members took part in the second race of the Nicetri St Neots triathlon Series on Sunday 12th July. There were lots of good performances and placings overall. Notably Andy Darby was third in the Standard Race (1500m swim / 45km bike / 10km run), Gillian Peck was first in her age group and Bernice Curtis finished as the second woman home in Standard Race.


CC Hime (also known as Cecilia) competed in her first adult triathlon in the Sprint Race (750m swim / 23.9km bike / 5km run) and won first woman home! An amazing birthday performance especially beating her dad...Read more

Gary is well on his way to achieve his goal of running thirteen marathons and seven Ultra marathons this year. He is hoping to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Care, a charity close to his heart.


From January this year Gary has completed six marathons which has taken him from Kent, Stratford on Avon, Brighton, Cambridge, Milton Keynes and in Great Barrow in Suffolk. He has also ran the 100K (62miles), from London to Brighton, and the same distance around the Norfolk Coast.


Watch out for Gary at the Equinox Marathon in Leicester and at the Kings Forrest 50K...Read more

The first open water swim will be on 24th April, water temperature and levels permitting. Please read the guidelines and code of conduct.

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Sunday saw the last in this seasons Frostbite Friendly League race hosted by us at Hinchingbrooke School. As usual the junior race started things off with an excellent turn out and some of the junior sporting painted faces, BRJ go faster stripes all except Oliver Wood who in his last Frostbite as a junior had what looked like a tiger face. The stripes worked for the junior too, as they ran well and came fifth on the day and finished and excellent fifth overall for the season. Well done!

Not to be out done by the youngster the BRJ seniors also ran excellent races and finished 5...Read more

The race was run in what was definitely the coldest day of the year with very thick layer of frost and foggy conditions which did not improve the whole day.

A number of our Junior and Senior competitors were making their debut at any "Champs" event and so were fairly nervous about whether they were "up to the task". The cold and uncomfortable conditions probably did nothing to quell these concerns. There should have been no self-doubt as all of our athletes performed as best as they could on the day.                                   

Some even proved to be Medal winners....Read more

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