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Berkshire Team at the Southern Intercounties Invitational Essex 20 mile road race

On a very windy day, just one step ahead of Storm Freya the Berkshire team faced stiff competition from the fastest endurance runners in the South. The men's team came 8th, led home by Tom Easton (in 40th) and the ladies team (who all had to score due to illness and injury), came 5th led home by Becky Atkinson (12th lady).

Well done everyone.

Berkshire Road Running Championships 2019

**Introduction of a new F65 category for ladies 65 years and older**

Races chosen are:

Wokingham Half Marathon, Sunday February 24th 

Maidenhead 10 miles, Friday April 19th 

Burnham Beeches 10K, Sunday August 11th

Marlow 5 miles, Sunday May12th

 

How to enter?

The championships are open to ANYONE and EVERYONE who either lives or was born in Berkshire. 

1. Enter the races as normal with the race organisers.

Cross Country Information

Berkshire County Cross-Country Championships
16 December 2018 – St Andrews School, Pangbourne, RG8 8QA

Car Parking – It is essential that you park as directed by the marshals in the school grounds. Parking will be in marked spaces between the school building and the sports hall, at the sports hall and along the right hand side (only) of the entrance driveway to the school. A one way system will be in operation in the school grounds. Please note the course does cross the entrance driveway so please obey any instructions from the marshals.

2018 Road Running Awards

Many thanks to all the road runners who made it along to the AGM last night. Its been a great year, with 151 local runners entering the Championships this year and with 128 medals and 8 Trophys spread amongst 49 runners across 10 different clubs, lots to celebrate.

For those that didn't make it, the Trophys (for most points awarded across all 4 races) went to:

MSEN Rob Corney (Reading Roadrunners)

M40 Tom Easten (Maidenhead AC)

M50 Wayne Lillis (Newbury AC)

Yasmin Grosvenor (BAC) UK Sportshall Ambassador

Yasmin Grosvenor (Bracknell AC) appointed UK Sportshall Ambassador

Following her success winning the U15 Girls championships at the 2018 National Sportshall Final in Manchester congratulations to Yasmin Grosvenor (Bracknell AC) on her appointment as a UK Sportshall Ambassador for 2018 -19. 

Yasmin becomes only the 28th person ever to hold that title, alongside the likes of Kelly Sotherton (Heptathlon Olympic bronze medal 2008)and Morgan Lake (formerly of Slough Junior AC; Junior world champion Heptathlon and high jump 2014; Commonwealth games silver medal 2018).

Sportshall Match 1

Match 1 28th October 2018

The new Sportshall season got off to a fantastic start yesterday with just under 300 young athletes representing clubs and schools from across the county met at TVAC for the first round of the 2018 -19 league. We were particularly excited to welcome the athletes from ACS Egham International School joining the league for the first time.

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