Tag Archive | Beachy Head Marathon

Beachy Head Marathon – SJ Members’ Highlights

Beachy Head Marathon – SJ Members’ Highlights

Vicky Rice ‘I entered Beachy Head marathon as I’d heard it was one of the bucket list marathons and was looking to enter something when the post IM blues had kicked in back in August. As it wasn’t a ‘clock watching’ marathon I thought it would be a good idea to enter Darren too so […]

Beachy Head – John Tovell reports back from this ‘Brilliant’ event

Beachy Head – John Tovell reports back from this ‘Brilliant’ event

‘This was brilliant in so many ways.  The fact that the event welcomes walkers as well as runners means an extended cut-off time of nine hours and a more relaxed vibe, as well as more substantial food offerings at the aid stations along the way. As well as flapjacks and Mars bars (cut into convenient […]

27th/28th October – SJ Weekend Run Down

27th/28th October – SJ Weekend Run Down

Announcements London, Edinburgh and Bournemouth Marathon Draws If you have been unsuccessful in the London Marathon ballot, you still have an opportunity to get a VLM place through the Club Draw. Also, like last year, we have a place available for the Edinburgh Marathon, and new to this year, a place at Bournemouth Marathon. If you want to put your name in […]

Beachy Head Marathon – Andrea Hadfield

Beachy Head Marathon – Andrea Hadfield

I’m not entirely sure what inspired me to sign up, possibly the promise of plenty of food at the aid stations and a 9hr cut off, but being at the end of the racing ‘season’ I’d nearly forgotten about it by the time the end of October rolled around. Every person in the club I’d […]

28th/29th October – SJ Weekend Run Down

28th/29th October – SJ Weekend Run Down

On Friday Richard Boese took part in another Phoenix Running event with the ‘I’ll be back’ Terminator Marathon at Nonsuch Park, Cheam. He completed the 26.2 miles in 5:14:22 and enjoyed a great day at a nice park with a top cafe. Iain McCready completed the Jedburgh Three Peaks Ultra on Saturday, an epic 62.3km […]