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BA Athletics Club News Digest 8th July 2013
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New members and non-members of all fitness levels and abilities are welcome at all of these events.
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Rosenheim Results from BA Hosted event at Eton on 3rd July
A great evening at Windsor, with massive help from a keen squad of BAAC race starters, hammer collectors, timekeepers, judges, sand sweepers, results compilers, measurers plus the blokes (and girl!) who ran and threw. Windsor and Eton is normally regarded as a remote western outpost to most of the other Rosenheim League teams, but this year they came in their dozens to compete in scoring and non-scoring events.
The results mean that BA is now proudly on the board in the ladies event, with two huge wins on the night courtesy of Janet Smith.
Our men, each of whom also judged or helped when their weren't competing, did enough to keep us in contention for the Rosenheim grand final. We now need lots of athletes to turn up at Woking on July 17th, and we will take the qualifying place from Epsom.
1 St Marys 26.5/263
1 Walton 25/188
Steve Hillier/Eddie Giles
4th Grand Prix Monday 8th July 2013
The 4th GP of the season was held at Uxbridge track Monday 8th July. On a very sunny evening 3 athletes from the club + 2 young lads, who turned up, thinking that their scouts athletic event was on that evening, found out that they were a week too early.
The next GP events are on:
9th September - 400m & Discus
23rd September- 100m & Long Jump
AGM and Parkway Mile and AGM Wednesday 10th July 18:00 / 20:00 Concorde Centre
Parkway Mile - out and back course starting/finishing at Field of Hope (a.k.a. M4 junction 3 pedestrian area)
Two races Slower runners (7:30 for a mile) start at 6.20 p.m. Faster runners start at 6.30 p.m. Fitness fanatics can do both.
Register at the pavilion up until 6 p.m. (otherwise at the start)
AGM - A reminder that the Annual General Meeting of your club will take place on Wednesday 10th July, at the Concorde Club, from 20:00. Please come along to hear some enlightening reports from your committee, and take the opportunity to question the officers. Last year's minutes are linked below.
BA Fun Run approaching fast - Thursday 25th July
So far I've recorded offers to help from Chris Kelly+Baljit Dhanda, Simon Turton, Bill Byrne (from 17:00), Clara Halket, Piers K (flight permitting) and Paul Brandon. I've had a couple of apologies from Eddie Giles and Brian Forrester.
We need many more helpers for this BA managed charity event - please let me know if you are available or, if you are a regular and want to save me the effort of chasing you, please send me your apologies.
Summary - I need some people on site at or before 16:00 and then most others by 17:00 since the main 5k fun run starts at 17:30. Non-Waterside residents need to tell me their car registration numbers and I am getting meal vouchers for all helpers (which will probably also includes an adult drink). The BA Fun Run has a theme this year of Carnival.
Club parkrun Results for Saturday 6th July 2013
Steve Newell / Roderick Hoffman
Next Club Featured parkrun - Saturday 13th July Richmond 08:40 for 09:00
On the 13th July the club will descend upon another local parkrun. This time we are going to Richmond Park.
Location Of Start - We start on the Tasmin Trail, approximately 200 meters left of Richmond Gate entrance and before the Cambrian Gate. See the attached map at: http://www.parkrun.org.uk/richmond/course
Getting There by Public Transport - Details on getting to Richmond park by public transport available from The Royal parks website for Richmond park. Nearest entrance to the start is Richmond Gate.
Getting There on Foot - Richmond park is easily reached by foot from Richmond and Mortlake. Nearest entrance to the start is Richmond Gate.
Getting There by Road Parking is available at either Pembroke Lodge or the Sheen entrance.
Try to get to the course at least ten minutes early so that we can take a team photo, and join us after the run for a Post Run Coffee at Cafe Terra, in Cedars Health Club (behind the Richmond Gate Hotel). Please come and join us.
The long awaited booking codes are in ! The rate for our rooms will be 1,100 ZAR ($111.00 USD rounded off) could vary depending on conversion rate. Guest may book their accommodation by sending their request and quoting the booking code 926561. Any Questions about hotels please see the hotel link or use the hotel contact link If you have any issues you may also Contact the SAA WARR Chairman.
|Due to an ankle injury and lack of training I am unable to take part in
the Purple Patch Running Down Tow Half Marathon from Marlow - Windsor on the
28th July. I was really looking forward to it as it should be downhill all
the way. I have been told that the entry can be transferred to anyone
providing the following details by the 19th July:
Full name/Dob/Club (if any)/Estimated finish time/Email/Medical notes (if any).
Please let me know if you are interested or pass on to anyone who you think may be interested.
|Subject: DNA Bobsleigh Team - Recruitment Drive
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2013 06:05:25 -0400
Please can you do me the honour of passing this e-mail around to all your over 18 year old runners/athletes and/or friends/family.......
I am the Team Director for the DNA Bobsleigh Team. We are currently searching for up to 20 new sliders to join our team:
We are predominantly looking for runners/sprinters, but everyone is legible to apply, as we can train you. Please check out the recruitment page on the above website.
No bobsleighing experience necessary. Please do apply anyway, no matter what. Closing date is Friday 30th August, so please get your application forms in asap (these can be obtained via the recruitment page).
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me via this e-mail address or 07875 700505 or via my bobsleigh e-mail address: email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you.
DNA Bobsleigh Team
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