#clickyourclock on your weekend result

Stuart Joyce

Have you raced in the last week?  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 in week 18 of the weekly #clickyourclock competition for 2016

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

Great Yorkshire Run - 1,988 finishers *tbc - awaiting submission

Durham City 10K - 1,244 finishers

Bushy parkrun - 1,005 finishers

Northumberland Coastal 14 - 977 finishers

Elmbridge 10K - 583 finishers

Snowdonia Trail Marathon - 387 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.

Top of the leaderboard, currently, is Matthew Judson (handicap 3.3) who improved his score by 1.784% when he ran the Notts 5  in 29:46 last Wednesday evening. Matthew has recently started racing regularly again after around 18 months away from the racing scene and his comeback is paying dividends with his handicap score that has gone from 11.0 at the beginning of the year to 3.3 now.

Andrew Knowles (handicap 13.8 ) is currently second on the board. He has also made a comeback to racing and has been a regular at the Elgin parkrun. On Saturday he covered the distance in 20:10 for a 1.619% improvement. Victoria Dewey (handicap 23.8) has been using the Eastleigh parkruns for her assault on her handicap score and ran the Southampton parkrun on Saturday where her clocking of 27:25 took 1.185% from her score. Meanwhile, Stuart Joyce (handicap 8.6) (pictured) has slotted in a run at the Darlington South Park parkrun every now and again to keep his performances regular. On Saturday he ran 20:38 for a 0.711% improvement.

Terry Booth (handicap 12.9) and Andrew Hopper (handicap 1.9) were amongst the 583 finishers at the Elmbridge 10k, on Sunday. Terry's time of 45:45 took 1.395% off his score and Andrew's 35:21 took his score down by 1.874%.

Meanwhile, Martin Blenkinsopp (handicap 4.7) was one of the 1,244 finishers at the Durham City 10k. His time of 39:42 took 0.722% from his score.

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