Wednesday 10th April (7.00pm) will see the 26th running of the Chester Spring 5 race, brought to you by West Cheshire AC (kindly sponsored by Essar).
The course is a fast, chip-timed, accurately-measured five miles along rural lanes, starting and finishing at Cheshire County Sports Club. Last year’s results proved the PB potential of the course.
Entries are now open here. Entry fee £11 unattached / £9 UKA affiliated. Please note that we are not accepting postal entries or entries on the night.
There is a prize pool of over £500.
Race photos will be free to download from race photographer Bryan Dale’s website.
More details (including course map).
Our Facebook race page is here. Please like, share and watch out for the latest updates.
We hope you can join us for one of the first opportunities of the season to race midweek in daylight. And for the marathon runners out there, this could be your chance to fine-tune your speed pre-London.
Last chance to put your name down for the winter handicap on January 27th – if you want to take part, please let Dave or Tony know by TOMORROW, January 19th.
Evening with Jenny Meadows
Jenny Meadows, Great Britain Olympian, will be our special guest with opportunities for Q&A, short session on how best to physically prepare as a endurance runner and a chance to run with Jenny.
Date and Time: Wednesday 13th February – 6.30-8.30pm
Venue: DW Fitness First – Winsford
Special Guest: Jenny Meadows
Format of the night:
• Short session on physical preparation for endurance runners.
• Insight into Jenny Meadows career and training with Q&A.
• Opportunity for gait analysis, look around DW Fitness First facilities and to go out for run with Jenny Meadows.
This year’s winter handicap is Sunday January 27th – meet at Hadlow Road, Willaston at 11.30am for 12 noon start. Please let Tony or Dave know if you would like to a) run b) volunteer or c) neither of the above.
In time honoured tradition all proceeds for the raffle gratefully received.
This is a 10k measured course- please join us afterwards at the Nags Head for the raffle and presentation of prizes, a drink and a bite to eat.