#clickyourclock if you can take the lead from Carl Williams

Carl Williams

Did you race this weekend? Many of the results are now in. Make sure you #clickyourclock on yours before 12 o' clock tomorrow to be in with a chance of winning a Polar FT4 heart rate monitor!

From those results that are in, the biggest races, last week, were:

Admiral Swansea Bay 10K - 3,430 finishers

Belfast City Half Marathon - 2,867 finishers

Scottish Half Marathon - 2,757 finishers (awaiting results)

English Half  Marathon - 2,191 finishers

Reigate Half Marathon - 2,141 finishers

Worcester 10K - 2,039 finishers

Carl Williams (handicap 13.9) is currently leading the #clickyourclock competition after improving his handicap score by 8.57%. Carl ran for his club, Knowsley, at the Northern Men's 6-stage relay and knocked 2.4 off his previous best score. Carl recorded his first handicap score of 27.6 in March last year and has gradually improved since then but, on Saturday, his profile jumped significantly after running 25:03 for his 6.6k leg.

The competition isn't over until 12 o' clock tomorrow though and some of you have yet to #clickyourclock.

The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is now in its 35th year and continues to be one of the most popular 10ks on the calendar. With the stunning backdrop of Swansea Bay, the route takes the runners out along the road and then turns back along the coastal footpath. It is also renowned for fast times and this year was no exception with pbs a plenty. Dewi Griffiths (handicap -5.6) was the first British finisher and warmed up nicely for the next race in the Grand Prix that takes place at the Cardiff Half Marathon on 4 October. Dewi's time was 29:20, just three seconds slower than his time at the last Grand Prix race, the Cardiff 10k. If you ran the Swansea Bay 10k or any other race this weekend make sure you check your result and #clickyourclock!

Did you improve your % score by more than Carl?  #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock tomorrow when the competition finishes for this week!