#clickyourclock on your weekend result

Fleet Half

Last weekend was a big running weekend. Did you race? If so, make sure you #clickyourclock!

Not only were there some fabulous race opportunities but, for most of the country, the weather was perfect for running fast times and bringing handicap scores down.

Some of the bigger races were:

Reading Half Marathon - 13338 finishers

Lincoln 10K - 4261 finishers

Wilmslow Half Marathon - 4074 finishers

Hastings Half Marathon - 2997 finishers

Fleet Half Marathon - 2444 finishers

Stafford Half Marathon 2408 finishers

With the Virgin Money London Marathon just five weeks away this was a great weekend for half marathons. The Reading Half Marathon, the first race in the runbritain Grand Prix, saw 53 men run faster than 70 minutes and 22 women run faster than 80 minutes. Meanwhile, just down the road in Fleet, High Jump Commonwealth siver medallist, Isobel Pooley, got the runners in the Fleet Half Marathon (pictured) underway whilst others were lining up in many other parts of the country.

Did you race last weekend? Find your result and #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock today to be in with a chnace of winning an FT4 Polar heart rate monitor. The current leader, Steve Auton (handicap 6.0) raced at the B&Q Eastleigh 10k on Sunday and is showing a 7.93% improvement from his previous performance two weeks earlier at the City of Salisbury 10. Did you improve by more than 7.93%. If so, be sure to #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock when the competition finishes for this week!

Photo credit sussexsportphotography.com