Claim your handicap and check your weekend result

The runbritain rankings system

Did you race this weekend on the road, trails or cross country?  Most of the results are in and, now that all surfaces add to your profile, it's time to check your handicap score and your ladder position.

From results already in of road and cross country races, the biggest races this weekend were:

Worthing Half Marathon - 1,470 finishers *Provisional

Bushy parkrun - 1,046 finishers

Results Base Chiltern XC League - 945 finishers

Bramley 20 - 758 finishers

Start Fitness Metropolitan League - 714 finishers

PECO League - 704 finishers

Conditions were good for the inaugural Worthing Half Marathon, apart from a slight headwind for the final few miles. James Connor (handicap -2.9) became the first ever winner of this event and Rebecca Moore (handicap 1.8), who put in an outstanding performance to finish 8th overall, will go down in history as the first women's winner.

The Bushy parkrun hit four figures once again on Saturday. There has only been one Bushy parkrun with less then four figures so far in 2016! Zak Wort (handicap 2.4), who is in the U15 category, was first back and his time of 17:17 took 0.4 off his handicap score. Gabi Eglen (handicap 3.6) was the first female across the line and she knocked 0.2 from her score for her time of 18:34.

By training and racing regularly your runbritain profile will maintain a healthy score and if you ran well in your event at the weekend, you may have reduced your score. Check out your weekend result and your score now and then plan your next race to try to improve it!