The fourth annual BRJ Mayor’s charity race was held at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon on Bank holiday Monday. The overnight rain and overcast skies did not deter the 311 runners who took part or the crowds of family and friends who came to support them.
However, the rain stayed away and the sun came out to help the runners on their way. The Fun Run involved two laps of the perimeter of the playing fields a demanding one and a half miles.
Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay) came along to support the event and to run the course with the children and their families. Many...Read more
Last night 22 members of BRJ Beginners Course achieved their goal on a cool but sunny Monday evening.
12 weeks ago they began by doing seven reps of a one minute run followed by a three minute recovery walk. Last night they ran continuously fo 40 minutes non-stop, a fantastic achievement and testament to their determination which has been apparent every week.
Many have already done a Park Run or two, some have entered the BRJ Mayor's Race on bank holiday Monday. There are plans for some to do the three Hoohaah 10k Series races this year and the London Landmarks...Read more
Following out AGM on Saturday our committee is all but complete. There is only one place in the team that has yet to be filled. We need someone to fill the role of “Communications Officer”. It means posting events, news and results on our website, facebook (and other social media) and getting them into the local press.
We are a busy club and we rely on members getting information and reports to our “Comms Officer” for collation and publishing.
We know you are busy. We know that trying to fit in your own training can be hard at times. But we suspect that you like the club...Read more
This popular New Years Eve race was run by 27 BRJers. Conditions were surprisingly good and 4 PB's were secured by Daniel Mitton, Chirag Godhania, Alice Synge and Sarah Watts. Team BRJ was led home by the increasingly speedy Daniel Mitton, and the ladies were led by Anna Douglas. Obviously the bag piper did his job well at the 9th kilometre, encouraging everyone up the hill! And a nice packet of crisps and a beer made a nice change in lieu of the usual medal. An enjoyable event, well done everyone.Read more
The night before Frostbite, speculation on social media centered around whether BRJ would be uniquely well placed to swim the frostbite course on the Sunday morning. However, as the sun came up and the mist lifted, conditions underfoot were surprisingly firm.
BRJer David Hudson wins again at Bedford half marathon. He came in with a time of 1.14.04 on this notoriously difficult course. This rounds up a third race win for David in 3 weeks. He is taking a well deserved break until 2017 now. Congratulations again!Read more