Congratulations to all of the Clapham Runner April Marathon runners! Read more
The London marathon is fast approaching. Here are some details about viewing on the day:
We’ve reached the Spring! We’re hitting the Common and the track in the light! Here is what has been going on in March (and what is going on in April)….
We’ve seen off February and the snow – here’s a round-up of what we’ve been doing! Read more
Thursday track session will only happen in the unlikely circumstance that the snow has gone. Read more
January was cold and so well done to all the hardy Clapham Runners who have braved Clapham Common or the track (or both) on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
December calls for some food and drink. Some even worked for their lunch at Parkrun beforehand.
I’ll admit that the major draw for me when I first did the 10km in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park about a year ago was the idea of getting a medal with the word “Olympic” on it. Granted, the versions that Jess, Mo and Greg have probably don’t also have the words “Park” or “Elizabeth” or “Queen” on them, but let’s not ruin this with small technicalities…. Read more
Autumn is upon us and we’re back to floodlights at the track, so it seems like a good time to reflect on the year so far. Despite the silence on here, there has been plenty of running going on in club colours
The club bookended the summer with two relay events. Over 20-21 May, the team circled London in Green Belt Relay. On 3rd September, we fielded two teams in River Relay (the Wanderers and the Waverers).
Team Clapham Runners had lots of representatives running in the both the Spring Surrey Badger Half Marathon in March and the Harry Hawkes 10 in July.
As well as team events, we’ve also had plenty of individual honours – in 10kms, Halves, Marathons (including London, Manchester, Rome and the Hardmoors White Horse Trail marathons just to name a few) right up to Damian completing the “Up” run of the Comrade Ultra Marathon in South Africa.
So, a good spring and summer, then. Good work team CR!
Our club runners are fans of race tourism…several of us are planning trips away this year, and what better way to indulge in a spot of race tourism! Last year Steve raced the furthest away from home, in New Zealand, 11,470 miles away.
This year we started out looking for races overseas…but frankly there are some amazing photos of our club members all over the world, and t-shirts or medals don’t matter. Great to see everyone having fun with sport wherever they are!
Steve (South Africa parkrun, February), Marie Ann and Kieran (New Zealand parkruns x2 in New Zealand, February), Amanda (Paris marathon, April), Rob (Vietnam, November), Damian’s Comrades Marathon (South Africa, June), Jono (Brussels and Disneyland Paris halfs in September and October), Alison (Berlin marathon), Steve (travelling again! St Lucia, December 2016) and Annika (various throughout Greece, year round!).