Various news updates are posted below.
Links to Paul Stillman's Images Below. As always please credit him if you use any.
Images of sunny Blaise Castle taken by Howard Kent
Please see training page for details, you know it makes sense.
Please see either Claire Jacob's post on facebook, or the Cross Country section on the Forum for important details regarding registering for Blaise Castle.
We have booked a bus at the subsidised cost of £7.50 per person. This will leave the club around 10:30 (Exact time to be confirmed.) There are still ten seats available so please consider using it, and post on the facebook thread or the one on the Cross country section of the forum if you want to book a seat. Since we'll be there for the Men's and Women's races it's a great opportunity to support your clubmates.
Links for Paul Stillman's images images below, as ever, please credit him if using
Senior Women and over 65 Men Start
Some shots from the other races
Links for Howard Kent's images, and slo-mo of the log, poetry in motion!
Please click on the links below for Paul Stillman's images of the start of the Cardiff Half. As always please credit him if you use any.
Wheelchair, visually impaired runners and elite start.
Links to Paul Stillman's images of the Swansea Bay 10k and the road relays below, as always please credit him if you use any.
Monday 26th September marks the long-awaited return of the Hill Sessions. The training page will be updated nearer the date, but if you want to see what treats are in store click on the link below. (Apologies for an error, the first date should read 26th, not 27th.)
Howard Kent's images of the Butetown Mile available here:
Paul Stillman's images of the podium 5k are below, please credit him if using any.
Courtesy of Paul Stillman, please credit him if using any of these images.
The latest edition of ACE magazine is now available
The following advice is intended to keep our runners SAFE at all times!
It is also essential that, whilst out running as a club, we are seen to be polite, responsible, set a good example & not put others at risk.
AT ALL TIMES BE SAFE BE SEEN! You can never be too visible! During the day, always wear bright or light-coloured clothing - fluorescent is good.
At night we would strongly recommend that people ALWAYS wear light-coloured clothing plus a REFLECTIVE (not just fluorescent) bib or sash.
Clip on flashers are a great way to be seen. NEVER ASSUME YOU'VE BEEN SEEN. Always be cautious with traffic.
We would like to remind people that they are responsible for their own safety and that they run at their own risk.