Congratulations Sandra Holdsworth 14th September
Club Record fastest to 1000 Miles + Km
3. Jo Drysdale 4th September
3. Sara Ellis 3rd October
4. Sarah Wilson 29th October
5. Gail Farr 10th November
6. Maria Diaz 14th November
7. Janet Ainley 16th? November
8. Chantal Cable 21st November
9. Samantha Page 25th November
On Target for 2021
10. Linda Dodsworth (994)
11. Eleanor Grieves (960)
12. Joanne Townsend (*901)
13. Anna Shepherson (943)
14. Jane Allen (*873)
15. Helen Pickering (923)
16. Kerry Taylor (919)
17. Kim McBirnie (*792)
18. Jan Draper (877)
19. Angela Khudonazarova (*659)
20. Cath Dyson (812)
21. Amy Bradley (587)
22. Catherine Greenie(*441)
23. Karen Park (492)
24. Angela Salisbury (486)
25. Amanda Dean (359)
26. Rachel Whittaker (154)
* means not updated this month
blue=members completed 1000M, now aiming to add 1000K
Target for end of December 1000 Kilometres
What is the 1000 Kilometre Club?
It is an award presented to any club members (first or second claim) who run or run/walk 1000 Kilometres in a year.
The results must be verifiable for example, using Strava or Garmin.
The first year of this goal being acknowledged is 2021. The tracking runs from 1st January to 31st December.
Those reaching the distance are presented with the 1000 Kilometre Badge at the Annual Presentation dinner in the following year.
To reach the goal on average you need to run:
20K (12 miles) each week
83K (52 miles) per calendar month
The validity of each result will be assessed at the Committee meeting prior to the Annual Presentation dinner.
The miles should be running miles. Walks (including Nordic Walking) must not be logged.
Running and walking during distance events is acceptable.
Walking intervals during, for example, speed work sessions or 0-5K build ups are acceptable.
Using the Jeff Galloway Run-Walk-Run technique is acceptable.
Note If you acheive the 1000 mile badge you can also receive the 1000 kilometre badge if you cover both distances in the year (Total 1622 miles).