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Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Herts10k, Clarendon, Basingstoke, RBK and Chichester Halfs 2019 Galleries now live!

Ah, another week passed and a whole load more races are online and live for you to see and enjoy - with free memories available via pic2go for the Clarendon and Basingstoke half Marathon - go to to get those pictures directly to your social media for free !

I hope you've been keeping dry on your training runs - it's been a bit on the wet side recently...

The start of the Herts 10k in the trees this year
Here's the latest list of galleries to remember your fantastic achievements by and future events for you to go and enter - please can I encourage you to get your entry into the Brighton 10k - one of the longest standing races in Sussex, raising money for Brighton and Hove City AC so they can run the club and help develop junior talent (which includes a few Internationals!!).

Date Gallery / Website Free photos ?
Sun-06/10/2019 Free via
Sun-06/10/2019 Free via
Sun-20/10/2019 - Cambridge !!
Sun-17/11/2019 Free downloads
Sun-17/11/2019  Enter this !

All go at Basingstoke Half - with pic2go sponsored race images live on the day - a fatastic service for everyone running and supporting the race

A bit of a pacing team at the front

Lilly had a good team day
Good old Skelator had a great run

perfect finish - double arms aloft !

more arms aloft

cracking run to win the inaugural 10k

Busy on the top corner as Heman put in an appearance

zooming down the hill through Cliddistone

race finish preparation

busy down the dip

Meanwhile in Chichester

that's a camera, yes.

Hello you

Double thumbs at the finish means it's been a good one

What have the Romans ever done for us ?

twos company, threes a finish

Fours a Tuff Fitty Crowd

Good to see James Baker out and ejoying it

Run for the Charity !

Good double thumbs near the end of the train tracks

almost made it running up that hill Kate Bush would be proud...
 Then over on the Salisbury to Winchester - it's the Clarendon Marathon

cross the river !

getting up that last hill near the golf course

100 marathons, drinking what appears to be a bottle of Power stearing hydraulic fluid ?

Running through the woods to home for Winchester AC

V for victory - almost there

Always like a fetch batman symbol

The skies are this big up on top of the ridges

fast running into the finish

no surrender

Top relay team effort

You know you have the race organisation sorted when you can run it too !

Leaving Salisbury behind in the distance on the way out at the start of the marathon
Meanwhile in Richmond upon Thames

Surprise !

So, to explain again, passing a rugby ball is very much like holding a big face pie

Double thumbs and a smile - what more do you need to remember a great race !

Fast frown face for a furious finish

taste the win

and then suddenly the finish was there

One of those inflatable fancy dress carrying outfits

It all started so well in the square

All for one and one for all...

Top Teamwork

ta-da !!
 Then last sunday, in the rain in Hertfordshire for the Herts 10k. Mostly in the dark
ISO 4000-8000, 800th and f3.5 if anyone is interested... aka - dark.

off for the first time on the road between the trees - not in the muddy field for a change !

Karata running

Double thumbs flying eagle pose

Police Traffic directing practice

Running, in boots, with a rucksack. Fairly impressive !

I'm told that wasn't just a dismembered arm he's holding

woo wha for the win

Utter relief at the finish

The happiness and joy of running with friends !

Harpenden Hannah has healthy hands

Don't ever let the rain get you down !
So that's it for this week - we have a few races next weekend - both quite famous - the Cambridge Town and Gown 10k for Muscular Dystrophy - a lovely race with some scenic architecture and views along the way, and also the Abingdon Marathon - which is THE flattest road marathon in the country.

Until next time, stay safe and remember to wear light and reflective stuff and have flashy lights as the nights and evenings draw in...


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