#clickyourclock on your weekend result


Did you race at the weekend? If so, make sure you #clickyourclock!

Although, in many parts of the country the weather was dismal, this weekend saw the running population take part in several big half marathons and 10ks. Some of the bigger races, at the weekend, were:

BTR Liverpool Half Marathon - 4,981 finishers

Hampton Court Palace Half Marathon - 2,452 finishers

Brooks Paddock Wood Half Marathon - 2,059 finishers

Forest of Dean Trail Half Marathon - 1,995 finishers

Colchester Half Marathon - 1,923 finishers

Wakefield Hospice 10K - 1,702 finishers

The BTR Liverpool Half Marathon started on the iconic Pier Head on Liverpool's waterfront and took runners past many more of the city's landmarks. The men's winner was Paul Martelleti (handicap -5.3) who completed the course in 68:00 and the women's winner was Michelle Poulsen, from Denmark, who completed the course in 81:04.

Meanwhile, in the south of the country, the first ever half marathon allowed in the grounds of Hampton Court was taking place. The race started in front of the palace and took the runners on a course within and outside the grounds before finishing in the Home Park Gardens. Ryan McLeod (handicap -4.5) was first to finish in 67:49 with Jenny Spink finishing 3rd overall and first woman in 76:22.

Did you race last weekend? Find your result and #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock today to be in with a chance of winning an FT4 Polar heart rate monitor. The current leader is Peter Dunbar (handicap 7.6) who did the Brooks Serpentine Last Friday 5k and knocked 2.4 off the handicap score that he got the week before at the Reading Half Marathon. At the moment, he is way out in front with a 12.06% improvement. Did you improve by more than that? If so, be sure to #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock when the competition finishes for this week!