Club Kit – Sally Kent is taking orders for Heritage Kit, the white shirt with the red stripe and SJ logo. There is also the option to purchase hoodies, so if anyone would like to order a hoodie then please let Sally know. The zip through hoodie will be priced at £26 and the over the head hoodie will be £23. This includes all embroidery including your initials on the front. Contact Sally should you wish to discuss further!
Yateley 10k Road Race 3 – Whilst not strictly a Sandhurst Joggers event, this race series is heavily organised, promoted and participated in by Sandhurst Joggers members. The third and final race of this years series was on Wednesday 7th August, and as there has been in each race this summer, there was a superb SJ presence here. The results were as follows:
Graham Robinson – 35:12
Neil Praine – 38:21
Mark Fallowfield-Smith – 39:11
Chris Lambourne – 44:27
Sarah Hyatt – 45:43
Patrick Wadsworth – 45:54
Rebecca Perrin – 46:28
Caroline Stuart – 47:15
Patrick Darcy – 47:38
Nick Metcalfe – 47:40
Michelle Cronin – 48:47
Lynsey Lightfoot – 49:07
Karen Phillips – 49:38
Chris Cole – 50:12
Simon Tigg – 50:33
Charley Bryant – 50:35
Craig Bowles – 51:01
Patrick Denston – 51:24
Iain Findlay – 51:30
Lina Johnson – 51:38
Craig Waters – 52:10
Martin Gould – 52:34
Mo Willcox – 53:20
Will Lucas – 53:38
Roy Bentley – 53:58
Andrea Vincent – 54:10
Claire Rowse – 54:38
Chris Greatorex – 55:16
Jackie Kent – 55:19
Gareth Hopkins – 56:08
Louisa Enriquez – 58:29
Lauren Askew – 58:32
Colin Carpenter – 58:55
Sarina Pietrosanti – 59:07
Dave Bartlett – 59:20
Bev Matthews – 1:00:25
Amy Gates – 1:00:36
Harvey Young – 1:01:15
Nicola Brooks – 1:02:29
Lucy Hale – 1:02:38
Matt Johnson – 1:03:38
Liz Evans – 1:04:04
Michelle Wilson – 1:04:24
John Barnes – 1:05:38
Susan Plumb – 1:05:48
Jane Pond – 1:06:26
Ros Cosgreave – 1:06:30
Angela Foker – 1:09:10
Susan Dart – 1:09:07
Tina Acock – 1:10:11
Carla Wright – 1:10:42
Vicki Brown – 1:10:47
Sue Hopkinson – 1:10:47
Mark Neve – 1:12:41
Mike Tudor – 1:12:56
Sally Kent – 1:13:45
Sarah Jones – 1:22:07
Dinton Pastures Summer Series Race 4 – The fourth and final Dinton Pastures 5/10k race took place last Thursday, with a strong contingent of SJs taking part in the event. Results were as follows:
Sally Kent – 37:50
Louise Turnor – 39:23
Sarah Jones – 39:25
Alison Jones – 53:52
Paul Norman – 1:04:19
A special shoutout goes to Alison Jones who finished as the winner in every race in the 60+ category, set a PB on three of the runs, and finished as series winner! Fantastic effort, well done Alison!
Datchet Dashers Pairs Relay – Copycats! They’re onto something here though, charging for external entries….! All jokes aside, this pairs relay takes place in the stunning view of Windsor Castle – with each runner completing 5 x 1km laps on their way to completing the total 10km.
There were a few SJs taking part in this one, with the following listed SJ teams:
Patrick Wadsworth & Paul Biggs – 42:20
Jon & George Green – 43:37
Great running from both pairs – if there were any other SJs in the teams then please let me know and I’ll include your results too!
Onto the weekend running and starting with
Frimley – 7 SJs braved the wind and headed to Frimley Lodge for their parkrun fix this Saturday. Mark Pattrick came through as the first SJ, with a time of 24:37. Not far behind was Fern Stonestreet, who came in with a time of 28:06.
Bracknell – 10 SJs headed over to Bracknell, and we had a winner, with Robert Jerrett coming through in first place, with a PB time of 19:46 in his 99th parkrun! Jackie Kent came through as first female and first in age category SJ in a time of 27:30!
There was a first time run at Bracknell for Anne Whillis, with Stephen Casey and Fiona Gascoigne setting PBs. Well done to everyone who ran at Bracknell!
Rushmoor – There were 4 members running at Queens Avenue, with Lyn Winter leading the group around as first member in a time of 29:07. Leon Hicks came through as first (and only) male in a time of 32:39. It was a first time run at Rushmoor for Lyn, Jane Ralls and Jane Pond.
California Country Park – 8 members headed over to California Country Park, with Chris Cole coming through as first member in a time of 24:41. Alison Winders wasn’t far behind as first female member SJ in a time of 26:12.
There were first time runs at California for Jacqueline Hatton, Bryony Hembrow, and PBs for Chris Cole, Alison Winders and Jo Fraser. Well done everyone, some great running!
Tourism – The wind didn’t stop anyone getting out and about, in fact it seemed to push more people out to try some different parkruns! Let’s see who went were….
Bedfont Lakes – Stuart Mayes and Stuart Overhill ran at Bedfont, recording times of 21:26 and 22:55 respectively. It was Stuart Mayes’ first run at Bedfont, and he came second in age category as well. Well done to the Stuarts!
Brooklands – Kate Parker completed her second run at Brooklands in a time of 26:38.
Cieszyn – Sam Goodall was our overseas SJ parkrunner this week, running a time of 34:41 at Cieszyn parkrun in Poland.
Haverfordwest – All the fours for Richard Boese this week, running his 444th parkrun, and doing it in 26:52 at Haverfordwest.
Homewood – In his seventh parkrun, Mircea Tudor ran a time of 38:02 at Homewood.
Houghton Hall – Anyone aiming for sub-28 could have done worse than to follow Andy Summerskill on Saturday, as he ran a time of 28:00.
Jersey Farm – In their first runs at Jersey Farm, Alurie Dutton and Yvette Glacken ran times of 36:42 and 39:56, respectively.
Poole – The speedsters headed down to Poole for one of the flattest courses around. Craig Bowles ran a time of 20:06 on his first time at Poole, and Wayne Boardman ran a PB time of 22:54. Well done guys! It was also Craig’s 100th parkrun – a fantastic achievement Craig!
Portobello – Monica Burbidge ran the Portobello parkrun in Edinburgh in a time of 36:04. I’m hoping there were some good jokes along the way….
Reading – Jim Haffey ran at Reading, completing the course in 28:11 on his first run at the venue.
Seaton – Will Lucas was in Devon again, running a time of 27:50 at Seaton.
Somerdale Pavilion – Andrea Hadfield ran a time of 31:45 in her first run at Somerdale.
Upton Court – Jon Green set a PB with a great time of 24:23 at Upton Court.
Woodley – Simon Tigg headed to Woodley for the first time and completed the course in 30:19.
Woolacombe Dunes – Liz and Nigel Evans ran their first runs at Woolacombe Dunes, in times of 34:49 and 34:51. Well done guys!
Worcester Pitchcroft – Neil Praine ran a time of 23:37 on his ninth run at Worcester.
Brutal Hawley Lake – The clue is in the title! This event is held over a 5k, 10k or half marathon distance. Expect to come back wet and caked in mud, but in high spirits nonetheless! This event was run by the following members:
Mark Foker – 56:05
Angela Foker – 56:05
Michelle Wilson – 56:15
Andy Hazell – 56:57
Louise Turnor – 56:57
Bev Matthews – 1:19:01
Colin Carpenter – 2:51:12
Some fantastic running – well done guys!
Hart 4 Relay – A ‘mini Endure’ type of event, this sees teams of four run a 4km trail route for 4 hours – simple! There was a great turn out from the SJs at this years events, with the results coming as follows:
Men 1 – 4:09:34 – 5th position (by category) – 16 laps
Men 2 – 4:10:35 – 16th position – 14 laps
Men 3 – 4:12:51 – 23rd position – 13 laps
Mixed 1 – 4:16:49 – 27th position – 13 laps
Ladies – 4:19:06 – 6th position – 13 laps
Mixed 2 – 4:22:26 – 74th position – 12 laps
Mixed 3 – 4:24:25 – 120th position – 10 laps
Again, some superb running in what looks like a great event – well done to everyone who took part, some photos are below!
Dorney 10k – This 5k/10k/half marathon event was held on Sunday, and follows a route around Dorney Lake. As such, it is a nice and flat course, good for a PB. Runners get a flapjack included in the goodie bag afterwards too, so I’m automatically interested….results below!
Stuart Mayes – 45:30
Samantha Wood – 1:16:25
Lara Winter – 2:28:49
Burnham Beeches Half Marathon – This 10k/half marathon event took in some lovely scenery and was well attended by members. The final times were as follows:
Michelle Wilson – 1:05:46
Angela Foker – 1:09:10
Sam Goodall – 1:11:20
Louise Turnor 1:23:01
Jim Haffey – 2:07:32
Jess Metcalfe – 2:08:14
Dave Metcalfe – 2:08:14
To take part in this just create a free Strava account and link it to the club in your profile.
Club Events for the week ahead…
Patrick Wadsworth will be taking the Monday Club run from Sandhurst Sports Centre leaving at 7:30 for 6 miles in an hour (distances and duration are Monday miles and minutes and bear passing resemblance to those in use at other times). Hiviz and torches welcome!
Tuesday Club Run: This week is the Tuesday pub run! Meet at the Golden Retriever pub in Bracknell and order your food ready to eat when you get back an hour later!
Wednesday: I am not aware of any time this has not actually taken place but it will not be happening this month.
As a club we would like to politely request that you do not turn up at 19:30 “anyway” to just do it as it would not take too many to turn up for “others” to see it as us treating covid with disregard and continuing club events.
This would potentially bring the club into disrepute and I know that none of our members would want to do this so I do feel I am “teaching my granny to suck eggs” and apologise for the preachy tone but the needs of our club outweigh our needs right now.
Thursday: A run with Erol will contain hills, laughs, and a couple of wrong turns (normally), but you can guarantee you’ll end up at the car park eventually, and with a smile at the end of it all! Meet at Sandhurst Sports Centre at 7:30pm and lights and high vis clothing will be required. The run is a great way to improve fitness by running as a group at a slightly harder intensity.
Erol will post the route details to the club facebook page later this week.
Saturday: Lots of members will be enjoying their weekly Parkrun fix at 9am on Saturday morning, if you’re thinking of going somewhere new then post on the Facebook page as there may be other members planning on running at the same place as you! Wherever you are parkrunning – Don’t forget your barcode!
Sunday: Come along and give the The Sunday Lookout run a try with Dick Newman and Emy Circuit. They say its the best run of the week but might be a bit biased! It’s a flexible run leaving from The Lookout at 9 am with different groups to suit a wide range of abilities. The three ‘Cs’ of Coffee, cake and chat are enjoyed in the cafe post-run.
So much running this week – well done to everyone who took part. It looks as though lots of you did multiple events, you’re mad!! Stay safe, have a good week of running and see you next week!