Seven members headed for the hilly Swineshead 5 and 10 mile races on September 11th with Rosalind Innes coming in first for the club. Other members running were Hiroko Tagashira, Kate Ruddock, Joanne Muff, Mike Gullis and Jez Bottley who all tackled the ten miler and Keith Simmonds who ran the five miler.
The sun appeared for this Sunday’s St Neots triathlon series, helping BRJ Run and Tri members to shine. In super-sprint, BRJ's Chris Gale was a comfortable winner, putting in a solid performance ahead of Ironman Wales next weekend, with Jason Hall in fourth and coming first in his age group. Sprinters included Simon Hime in third place overall and first in age group, and daughter CC Hime who also won her age group and was fourth overall. Danny Hawksford and Karen Maukonen came second and Ollie Wood third in their age groups. BRJ were also represented with strong performances from John...Read more
On Saturday 10th September, three BRJ juniors travelled to a very blustery Clacton to compete in the Clacton Junior Duathlon, the final of 14 Eastern Region League events in 2016. Dominic Pauley, age 10, came third in Tri Star 1 race - 1,200 metre run, 2 kilometre cycle and 400 metre run and his sister Beatrice Pauley, age 12, came fourth in the Tri Star 2 race - 1,600 metre run, 4 kilometre cycle and 600 metre run. Lauren Elliott, age 13, came 13th in the Tri Star 3 race - 1,600 metre run, 4 kilometre cycle and 600 metre Run.
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In 2014, BRJ member Berenice Curtis, set herself a goal. The goal was to represent Great Britain as a triathlete, something she achieved only one year later. An injury affected her first opportunity to represent her country, but not deterred, she continued with the goal. It wasn’t an easy journey and included race crashes, punctures and illness but last weekend, she represented Great Britain at the ETU Middle Distance Triathlon in the heart of the Austrian Alps. The race began with a 1.9km swim, followed by a 90km bike and finished with a 21km run. Berenice competed in the 40 to...Read more
The fact that the old county of Huntingdonshire’s stretch of the Ouse Valley Way measures 26.2 miles was too much to resist for member Alice Noyes who, with the help of the club, organised the inaugural Ouse Valley Way Marathon. On Sunday 4th September, over 100 runners, many from local clubs, set off along the scenic route from Earith to Eynesbury. A route that would take them through St Ives, Houghton, Godmanchester and St Neots.
Race Director, Alice Noyes “We are so lucky to have this fabulous route on a doorstep, and this race has introduced a whole new group of...Read more