And the winner is....Ben Heron!


The results of this week's #clickyourclock competition can be found here

Throughout 2015 Polar are rewarding runners who have improved their handicap score by the largest percentage with a Polar Heart Rate Monitor.

This is a weekly competition and this week the competition has been won by Ben Heron (handicap 5.1) Last weekend, Ben ran at the Peterborough parkrun and reduced his score by 4.9 from his last parkrun when his score was 9.0. Ben's previous best score was 11.0 back in 2012. After a three year lay-off from competiton and parkruns, he has been a regular at the Peterborough parkrun since the beginning of this year and so his handicap score has shown significant improvement. His percentage all time improvement was 19.67%! The second best % improvement last week was 13.08% from Daniel Allen (handicap 8.1) and with this superb improvement was unlucky to find someone else in front of him!

Ben will shortly receive a Polar FT4 heart rate monitor.

Polar FT4 Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor

Key features:

Target Zone shows when you’re improving fitness based on your heart rate

  • Shows calories burnt during and after the training session. See also the estimated amount of fat (%) burnt as an energy source.
  • Prevents cross-talk from other heart rate monitors.
  • Wireless ECG accurate heart rate (% / beats per minute)
  • Average and maximum heart rate of total exercise
  • Total training summary
  • User changeable battery
  • Time of day

Claim your handicap now and be ready to #clickyourclock after your race this weekend!

To enter the competition you must:
- claim your handicap and then login
- complete a runbritain licensed race or parkrun during the week of the competition
- clickyourclock on the relevant results page
- enter before 12 noon on Wednesday

Join in today! #clickyourclock