And the #clickyourclock Polar OH1 winner is...Thomas Procter-Legg!

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We are pleased to announce the winner of this week's  #clickyourclock competition as Thomas Procter-Legg (running handicap 1.1).  After several events on the track, his running handicap has improved and he won the prize draw from all of the handicap improvers in the #clickyourclock competition. 

Throughout 2019 we are rewarding runners who have improved their handicap score with a Polar OH1 Heart Rate Sensor.

The competition runs during the spring and summer months. Each week a random draw is made from all runners on the #clickyourclock leaderboard whose scores have improved by any amount in the preceding seven days and the prize is a Polar OH1 Heart Rate Sensor.

This week, there were 1090 clocks clicked and, out of those, 472 showed an improvement and went into the draw.

Thomas Procter-Legg (handicap 1.1) ran an 800m for his club in the Southern Athletics League. His 2:13 performance was not his best but contributed towards his club's overall score at the event after his 4th place finish. Thomas has run many track races this year with his best 800m at 2:08.99 in Watford last month. He started racing on the road in 2011 but tends to race mostly on the track now.


With many events under his belt and good consistency it was enough for him to improve his handicap score by 1.081. He has been randomly picked this week and will soon be receiving his prize.

The handicap scoring system rewards regular racing as well as improved performances. Thomas is a regular track runner and is a worthy winner. Well done Thomas!

Don't forget there are many racing days available this week as evening events are still abundant, so claim your handicap now and be ready to #clickyourclock after your race this weekend.