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THE HARRIERS HERALD No. 268, June 2015 Editor: Sue Francis

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Thursday night schedules for June and July Compton Relay – update Race results & reports: Astonathlon – Ryan victorious in his village duathlon; Chieveley Chase – Stan runs well at local race; Hairy Legs Challenge – Jonathan and Sue win the team event; Marlborough Downs Challenge – a very successful day for four Harriers; Windermere Marathon – Jonathan reports on a tough race in the Lake District; Bayer 10K – Martin, Lucy and Colin run in Newbury race Webmaster’s article – Mo features: ‘To ice, or not to ice?’; links of interest; and lists forthcoming races Thanks to Jonathan, Mo and Ryan for this month’s contributions to articles and photos Copy date for next Harriers Herald – 30th June

Thursday night schedule for June Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

4th 11th 18th 25th

Jonathan to lead Compton Annual Relay (to be confirmed) – see below for more details Handicap Race Susanne to lead

Thursday night schedule for July Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

2nd 9th 16th 23rd 30th

Lucy to lead Evening run & pub meal with Didcot Runners (organised by Didcot Runners, details to follow) Tom to lead Mo to lead Martin to lead

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Action File

Compton Annual Relay Sue The Relay will take place on the evening of Thursday 11th June starting at 5:30 pm, and there will be no ‘normal’ Club run scheduled for that day. Teams of four run around a lap which includes both road and tracks (each stage 1.6 miles, or 2530 metres) - the same route that we use for our summer Handicap Races, but starting and finishing in the cricket field. I currently have interest from 15 teams. The handicapped start system will be based on the predicted total team time (as estimated from previous performances where known, or guesstimated performances) which should make for a close race again, with all teams having a similar chance of winning. If anyone does not wish to run, but is available to help, some volunteer marshals would be much appreciated. There will be a Pickled Pig bar token for all competitors and helpers. The bar will be open and the barbecue burning – spectators are welcome.

HH June 2015

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