#clickyourclock on your weekend result

Marc Bromwich

Have you raced in the last week?  Many of the results are now in. Make sure you #clickyourclock on yours before 12 o' clock to be in with a chance of winning a Polar FT4 heart rate monitor in week 13 (lucky for some!) of the weekly #clickyourclock competition for 2016.

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

Asda Foundation Hull 10K - 3,628 finishers

City of London Mile - 2,819 finishers

Mersey Tunnel 10K - 2,582 finishers

Caerphilly 10K - 1,973 finishers

Lisburn 10K -1,839 finishers

Shrewsbury Half Marathon - 1,339 finishers

All runners currently on the leaderboard who have improved their handicap score in the race they have done during the last week will be entered into the prize draw for the Polar FT4 Heart Rate monitor along with anyone else who clicks their clock and sees a % improvement from the race they ran.

Alastair Johnson (handicap 7.3) is currently top of the leaderboard with a 4.459% improvement. Alastair has made a return to racing after a four year absence but now is a regular parkrunner and his handicap score is improving by the week . On Saturday, he ran the Rising Sun parkrun in the very impressive time of 18:12 and is gradually edging back towards his best time from 2012 of 17:26.

Other regular parkrunners include Peter Wilcock (handicap 18.7) and Helen Pool (handicap 11.8) Peter's time of 23:55 at the Edinburgh parkrun gave him a 2.419% improvement and puts him 2nd on the board whilst Helen's 21:49 at the Woodley parkrun puts her 11th with an improvement of 1.164%.

Darren Brighton (handicap 23.6) is also up there on the board, in third spot. Darren was amongst the 3,628 finishers at the Asda Foundation Hull 10k and his time of 59:04 gave him an improvement of 2.091%.

Meanwhile, Adam Yates (handicap 15.5) was in action at the Mersey Tunnel 10k where he ran 49:42 and took 1.623% off his score.

Marc Bromwich (handicap 5.2) (pictured) is also amongst the improvers with a 36:55 10k at the Brian Goodwin Memorial 10k on Friday night. Marc took 1.488% off his score.

Cian Cunningham (handicap 0.9) doubled up by racing on Saturday and Sunday for his 1.487% improvement. He ran 16:44 at the Dulwich parkrun on Saturday and then followed it up with a 4:49 mile at the City of London Mile on Sunday!

Did you improve your % score this weekend? If so, be sure to #clickyourclock before 12 o' clock when the competition finishes for this week!