#clickyourclock on your weekend result


Did you race this weekend? #clickyourclock on your weekend result to be in with a chance of winning a Polar A300 Fitness and Activity tracker in the first of our weekly #clickyourclock competitions for 2018. 

Many of the results are now in - we are waiting for you to #clickyourclock

Despite the bad weather there were still plenty of races to pick from this weekend and there are lots of results that have clocks to be clicked! 

Some of the bigger races were: 

  The Big Half Marathon (Inc British Championship)  

 - 11,514* finishers

  Cambridge Half Marathon   

 -   7,019* finishers

  Chester 10K                                                   

 -   2,042* finishers

  Anglesey Island Half Marathon

 -   1,061 finishers

  Eastbourne Half Marathon

 -      940 finishers

  Bushy parkrun

-      739 finishers

* Provisional results

There are currently more than 50 runners on the leaderboard who have improved their handicap score in the race they did this weekend. They will all be entered into the prize draw for the Polar A300 Fitness and Activity tracker along with anyone else who clicks their clock and sees an improvement from their race this weekend. 

While the weather proved challenging there were still more than 100 parkruns that went ahead.

The biggest race, this weekend, was the The Big Half Marathon that took place in London on Sunday 4th March, and proved to be a day of thrilling sporting achievement and first class entertainment with  incredible crowd support.

The race attracted athletes of all ages and abilities, from first time runners and charity runners to club runners and elite athletes seeking a PB or qualifying time on the fast course. Among these was a top quality British elite field attracted by the generous prize fund.

In a terrific race at the front,  Mo Farah (handicap -6.7) took a near victory (61:40) with Callum Hawkins (handicap -6.5) just behind in 61:45. 

Charlotte Purdue (handicap-1.8) was an impressive winner of the womens event in a PB of 70:29 ahead of Lilly Partridge  (handicap-1.8) with 71:06 and Charlotte Arter (handicap -0.8) in 71:31. Julie Briscoe (handicap 0.8) was the W40 winner (77:01) having also won the Barcelona W40 event last month in 76:08. 

Lucy Ruscoe (handicap 19.9) is the top woman at present on the leader board after her 41:41 at the Cheadle Spring 5. Top man on the leaderboard is Benjamin Leeds  (handicap 21.5) after his 31:02 Great Notley parkrun

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