Final week for 2015 #clickyourclock


We are now in the final week of the Reward Running #clickyourclock competition so make sure you click on your result from this weekend to be in with a chance of winning a Polar FT4 heart rate monitor!

The results of all runbritain-licensed events (including parkruns) that have been uploaded by 12 noon on Wednesday will have a final additional column, that conceals a clock, alongside your result.

Underneath, it will have the percentage improvement or increase on your runbritain handicap score from your race result and this will be revealed when you click your clock.

The runbritain handicap score works like a golf handicap. It ranges from MINUS 7 to 36.00 and changes every time you complete a runbritain licensed event, including parkruns.

Regular racing is rewarded in the weighting of the score and you don’t have to run a personal best time to improve. If it is a hilly, windy or multi-terrain course, this will be factored in, with a degree of difficulty attributed to the net score.

When your result appears, after your race, all you have to do is #clickyourclock on the results sheet to find out your percentage improvement or increase in that race. The leaderboard is displayed until the competition closes at precisely 12 noon on Wednesday. The most improved runner by percentage wins a Polar FT4 heart rate monitor.

This competition has run every week since March and we are now in the final week.

For more about #clickyourclock click here.

Polar FT4 Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor

Key features:

Target Zone shows when you’re improving fitness based on your heart rate

  • Shows calories burnt during and after the training session. See also the estimated amount of fat (%) burnt as an energy source.
  • Prevents cross-talk from other heart rate monitors.
  • Wireless ECG accurate heart rate (% / beats per minute)
  • Average and maximum heart rate of total exercise
  • Total training summary
  • User changeable battery
  • Time of day

Claim your handicap now and be ready to #clickyourclock after your race this weekend!