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Hillingdon Half – Jon Taylor reports back from this event based out of Brunel University

Hillingdon Half – Jon Taylor reports back from this event based out of Brunel University

Twenty five years ago I studied at Brunel University in Uxbridge, in the borough of Hillingdon, West London. I am another one of those crazy serial marathon runners and quite fancied doing a half “for a change”. This race appealed to me as it would take me back to my old stomping ground and Hillingdon […]

SJ Weekly Run Down –  March 4th to 10th

SJ Weekly Run Down – March 4th to 10th

Tuesday saw the AGM with a decent turnout of roughly fifty members. A number of committee members stepped down so thanks to all for your hard work over the last year. A number of members stepped up and have taken on roles with the committee so well done for putting yourselves forward! It looks like […]

Goring 10k – Jon Green report back from this varied course

Goring 10k – Jon Green report back from this varied course

I entered the Goring 10K for two reasons, primarily because there was an opportunity to purchase a fantastic looking florescent yellow technical t shirt bearing the name of the event but also because I hadn’t run a 10k race since Mortimer in the Autumn. I had no idea what to expect and could only go […]

Bramley 20/10 – SJ Member Highlights

Bramley 20/10 – SJ Member Highlights

Alison Jones – “Do not take part in a tough boot camp session on a Friday evening, followed by a 10k race on the Saturday and expect to run a pb 20 miler on Sunday” Jim Laidlaw – “I actually enjoy the long run at Bramley . Lots of people had asked me before hand […]

SJ Weekly Run Down – February 18th to March 3rd

SJ Weekly Run Down – February 18th to March 3rd

It’s a bumper double edition of the Run Down as we cover the last two weeks but first we have some important club notices… It’s you last chance to submit your nominations for the Sandhurst Joggers Member of the Year Award. Here is your chance to recognise the great work of your fellow club members. […]