And the winner is....George Dickson!


The results of this week's #clickyourclock competition (10 - 16 June) 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 time yesterday, we had our money on Neil Williams (handicap 14.4) for this week's prize as he had clicked his clock after running the Kingsway parkrun on Saturday and made an improvement of 7.45% but, sometime yesterday morning, George Dickson (handicap 15.7) made a last minute charge to claim the prize as he had actually reduced  his handcap score by 8.28% at the Self Transcendence 5k a full week earlier on 10 June! George, a regular at the Edinburgh parkrun, has been steadily improving this year, as he is racing more regularly and has been adding in other races aswell as parkruns. The big improvement, that he made last week was due to a much faster 5k time than he has done at parkrun and also because he put two races in within ten days of each other. The handicap scoring system rewards regular racing as well as an improvement in speed.

George 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 week!

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