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Sunday, 10 August 2014

The Pride Run 10k 2014 and future events

Ah, possibly the last dry sunny day of summer was on Saturday.
I hope you haven't been flooded out in the back of hurricane Bertha, and I feel for everyone involved in Ride London who had to suffer the rather heavy rain on Sunday morning all across London and the Surrey/Sussex areas.

 The Pride Run 10k gallery is now live and online:

Race  Gallery link
http://www.pride10k.org/
http://bit.ly/Pride-10k-2014-Photo-Gallery

The race results can be found here: http://www.sportsystems.co.uk/ss/results/Pride%20Run%2010K/1412

In what was a perfect day for running between the rain of Friday and Sunday, the Pride Run 10k took place with 785 runners enjoying the 3 lap course of Victoria Park (the one next to the olympic park where Boris caught himself on a zip wire).

Autumn Races
After the photos at the bottom of the post are some half marathon you should consider getting your entries into quickly. Everyone leaves this until schools go back, and inevitably people miss out, because everyone jumps in on the same day and bang - they're gone. So get in just ahead and don't have that panicky moment.

Pride 10k Photos
Don't forget if you want to see the general shots and prize shots - search on "misc" or "prize" instead of a race number on the gallery
3rd last year - could Mo go faster this year ?- he got second this year, but 3 seconds slower
Final race briefing before the race start
All go at the start gun

The view of the start from the front
 


Getting that almost Ealing Feeling
My prize for the most visually confusing running vest goes to 444
Good running along the shaded outer route around the park

caught in the dappled sunlight
floating along at the end of the first lap

It was a happy race !
1 lap down - looking comfortable
Sam Barnes ran in 32:46 for the win
Anna gives finishers a Medal and a welcome back
Strong into the finish 

Prize giving at the after race party was well attended
Well done to everyone on the organising committee who yet again put on another great 10k in the middle of London, perfect weather and a great after party too !

Races to Enter this Autumn
Here's a quick list of half marathons you should be considering - and a few major ones you shouldn't be missing out on. Major races are more than 1500 people and they will sell out - so don't miss out and get in before the back-to-school rush kicks in.

Coming in September - entries sell out soon
7th Sept: Purple Patch Maidenhead Half (Major area race, closed roads) NB will sell out

14th Sept: Events to Live - Bacchus Half and Full - off road trail + wine NB will sell out
14th Sept: REP Firle, sussex Half Marathon (free photos) - off road trail

21st Sept: Farnham Pilgrim Half and Full - off road trail
21st Sept: Run Reigate Half Marathon (Major Area race, closed roads) NB will sell out

28th Sept: Ealing Half Marathon (Major Area race, closed roads) NB will sell out
28th Sept: Tonbridge Half Marathon - some closed roads

October
5th Oct: Basingstoke Half (Major Area race, closed roads) NB will sell out
12th Oct: Chichester Half - road and trail
19th Oct: Abingdon Marathon (flattest and fastest with PB potential)
25th Oct: Beachy Head Marathon (not flat, not fast, offroad) NB will sell out
8th Nov: Bexhill Poppy Half Marathon
9th Nov: Purple Patch Grand Union Half Marathon NB will sell out
16th Nov: Brighton 10k (Major Area race, closed roads) NB will sell out

Saturday next weekend sees the (Hopefully) dry summer Brutal Run at Minley - about 500 people enjoying the hills and woods around near Farnborough in either 5k, 10k or 20k to keep you busy. Enter it here

Right that's about it for this weekend, I hope you all have a great week, on holiday or at work, so until next time, train hard, and don't forget to relax.
Anthony




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