#clickyourclock on your recent race results

Have you raced in the last week? There were numerous opportunities with three days of racing available on this bank holiday weekend! 

Many of the results are now in. Make sure you #clickyourclock on yours before 9 o' clock tomorrow to be in with a chance of winning a Polar OH1 — Optical Heart Rate Sensor in the weekly #clickyourclock competition for the 2019 summer. 

Top of the leaderboard is Jim Forrester  (handicap 10.0) who has had a 4.453 improvement in his running handicap after his 20:37 run at the Self Transcendence 5K.  It is great to see Jim back running after a pause from running events! 

Tewkesbury's Lesley Allaway (handicap 27.1) is the best of the women with her 62:55 performance at the  Worcester Pitchcroft 10K that saw an improvement of 2.062 in her running handicap. 

There are lots of results that have clocks to be clicked! Some of the bigger races were: 

Vitality London 10,000

- 19,480

Edinburgh Marathon Festival Marathon

- 10,964*

Vitality Westminster Mile

-   9,197

Edinburgh Marathon Festival Half Marathon

-   7,301*

Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10K

-   5,263

Edinburgh Marathon Festival Half 10K   

-   3,353*


Remember - the #clickyourclock competition is now a regular weekly running competition!

Last week we had a record number of entrants, but we can't all keep improving can we?!

You need to register for your running handicap score and then simply #clickyourclock on your result from this week.  All those that improve their handicap score are entered into our random draw to win the prize of a Polar OH1 — Optical Heart Rate Sensor.

More #clickyourclock details are on this link

Other results via the following links:


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