Results for the Winter Railway Ultra – 17.2.18
This route gave runners the option of running 19, 28 or 36 miles. The route took runners along the banks of the River Severn between Ironbridge and Bridgnorth along the discussed railway line with great views of the river. Each out and back lap was 9.4 miles (4.7 miles one way), the Massey Runners tackled the 28 mile distance. Read Brian’s race report here.
Results for the Naseby 1645 – 18.2.18
The Battle of Naseby on 14 June 1645 was the last and most important battle of the First Civil War (1642-45), it was fought in the rolling countryside of Northamptonshire, in the parishes of Naseby, Sulby, Sibbertoft and Clipston. This was a challenging and undulating course having a total ascent of 289m, including running up the locally known “Dicks Hill” at mile 10. Viewpoints on the route that were of significance were Obelisk Monument, Fairfax’s Viewpoint, Rupert’s Viewpoint, ROC Viewpoint, Moot Hill Viewpoint, Retreat Viewpoint, and the Cromwell Monument could all be seen along the 16.45-mile road route.
Results for the Dirty Running – 18.2.18
This race involved completing as many laps as you like/can of a 3.28 mile out and back course along the beautiful river Thames. From The Weir Pub, Waterside Drive, Walton on Thames, Surrey. Read Daniel’s race report here.
Results for the Milton Keynes Winter Half – 18.2.18
This race was re-scheduled from 10th December and was a scenic, single lap, traffic free 13.1 miles anti-clockwise route around the city of Milton Keynes.
Results for the Hampton Half – 18.2.18
The original Hampton Court Half Marathon is run over a fast, flat and visually interesting course that borders the river-side grounds of the magnificent Hampton Court Palace to the South West of London.
Results for the Tempo Winter Series 10k, Race 5 – 18.2.18
The final race in the Tempo Winter Series. Congratulations to Dean Clarke who won the overall series. Read Dave’s race report here.