Nine BRJ members took on the challenge of the River Thames Marathon Swim. The 9th year of this 14K swim down the River Thames has become one of the most prestigious marathon swims.

The swimmers start in four waves from the Leander Club in Henley and enjoy stops at feed stations at the locks at Hambleton (4K) Hurley (10K) and Temple(11.8Km) finishing at Higginson Park in Marlow.   

After lots of training and some uncertainty about completing this challenge all nine club members completed the swim down the Thames. In addition, they did some fantastic times with...Read more

Members of BRJ Run and Tri were up before the lark to celebrate the longest day. Running before sunrise at just after four in the morning, 25 members ran around Portholme water meadow as the sun rose over the river Ouse.

They met again at nine in the evening before the sun set to run from Houghton to St Ives.

The novelty of running so early in the morning and again so late in the evening proved to be a lot of fun. For some the end of the longest day ended in a well-deserved drink in the local pub.

BRJ are hosting a number of these...Read more

The Eastern Disability Athletics Championships took place in Chelmsford on Sunday 16th June.

Competitors from clubs throughout the Eastern Region with a range of disabilities came to compete in Track and Field events.

The frequent heavy showers made the track wet and an additional challenge for the competitors.

The races were categorised according to disability, gender and age, medals being awarded to the top 3 of each category.

Sophie Etheridge represented the BRJ Run and Tri competed in the 200 metre, 400 metre...Read more

The last race of the series took place this Sunday, hosted by BRJ Run and Tri Club at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon.

The host club had a great team turnout, taking 1st out of the 16 clubs in the senior race (BRJ have only ever came 1st once before in a frostbite round back in 2011) and 4th in the juniors, despite the weather, which proved to be very cold, wet and windy.

Leading home the club and finishing in 2nd place was in form John Uff. He put in a cracking performance completing the 5 mile course in 29:45. 16 year old James Orrell ran brilliantly to finish next for BRJ in...Read more

BRJ Run and Tri Club Captain  Alan Hannibal has won the Living Sport Services to Sport Award  for his long service to our club, and his continuing support of all of its members. He took up running to enjoy it and keep fit. In 1988, as there were no running clubs in the area, he and a friend Sam Burrows  set up a club in Huntingdon. They met in the car park of the Working Men’s Club and took their name from it, BRJ. At first, they ran as a group of eight. Interest and membership grew, and the club thrived. Alan served as membership secretary for 15 years. He guided the club towards...Read more

On 1st Sept BRJ kicked off their 30th celebration with a Parkrun takeover at Hinchingbrooke Parkand to take the opportunity to raise awareness for their nominated charity, Myaware. Myaware is a UK based charity supporting those suffering with the autoimmune disease, Myasthenia Gravis. Club members were asked to join in by wearing Myaware vests, or purple, there was a guest speaker from Myaware, balloons and plenty of cake. Parkun special guest modern pentathlete Jessica Varley joined club members for a photograph. Thanks to the generosity of the parkrunners over £100 was raised for...Read more