Congratulations to our Southern Champions from the Mole Valley event at South Ashdown on 12th December.
M12 Jake Hilton
M16 Tommy Rollins
M20 Thomas Howell
W21 Sarah Rollins
M35 Tim Beale
M40 Peter Daplyn
W50 Mel Slade
We also had six 2nd places and four 3rd's. Well done to all. Full details here.
New names on all three trophies!
Thank you to Steve for organising/planning a super event at Hogmoor, and congratulations to our new club champions for 2021: Tommy (men), Frida (ladies) and Aidan (juniors). See the results links elsewhere for full details.
Congratulations to British Night Champion Sarah Rollins (W45), completing a clean sweep of W45 British titles for 2021, and also to SN's Southern Night Champions from the event at Tweseldown on Sat 13th November.
M20 Thomas Howell
M40 Pete Daplyn
M65 Axel Blomquist
W21 Frida Forshallen
W45 Sarah Rollins
W60 Lucy Paton
Officials and helpers needed
With two successful Saturday Series events at Southwood and Horsell behind us, we are now putting together a more regular future events programme, and will need to find officials (organisers, planners) and teams of helpers to run them. Read more below for further detail.
Please also note that our events are moving to pre-entry only via Racesignup in order to minimise queues and close personal contacts (and helper effort) on the day. There will be discount codes for SN members and helpers (specific to each event).
Congratulations to Simon Dunkley who just pipped Ross Maclagan in a close finish at Bramshott on Sunday. Results are to be found via SLOW website here. Results by finish position have been circulated to all who ran - the first 30 finishers crossed the line within a 10 minute window, and the sun finally emerged just in time for the winner's presentation!
Congratulations to Sarah Rollins (W45), Tommy Rollins (M14) and Tim Beale (M35) who are the 2021 British Long Distance champions after the event at Braunton Burrows on Sat 2nd October. Full results details here .
Sarah and Tommy have achieved an amazing 'treble double' in 2021 after their earlier successes at middle and sprint distances.