This weekend, Wesham Road Runners took part in the Virtual Manchester to Blackpool Interclub Challenge.
Following the latest government announcement made 30.12.2020, we are disappointed to find ourselves in Tier 4. It is therefore inevitable that club activities continue to be suspended until further notice.
We will continue to provide our members with virtual challenges to ensure that everyone remains motivated during these unprecedented times. For January we present to you our MED Challenge (Move Every Day) All you need to do is undertake one of the following in order to move EVERY DAY: Run / Walk / Cycle – at least 1 mile OR a 30 minute workout of your choice 1 activity for every day – please annotate your activity each day with WRR – MED Day 1 etc.
Please keep an eye on your emails for further updates to club activities as we will continue to update our members as changes occur.
Men’s sub vests back in stock sizes 36/38/40/42 £20. Ladies wasp vests back in stock sizes 32/34/36 £16.
Available from the club on Monday.
The Lancashire Cross Country Championships were held at Witton Park in good conditions – an intermittent light drizzle but a comfortable temperature for running. The lack of recent rain meant underfoot conditions were good, with the only muddy spot at the gate at the bottom of the hill. However, times were in general a couple of minutes down throughout the field on last year.
Three ladies turned out for the 3 lap ladies race, unfortunately one short of a senior team. Kath Hoyer ran strongly to lead the women home in 53 rd and her efforts were rewarded with a V60 bronze medal. Anne Mayers-Smith followed three places behind while Lucy Neighbour closed out the Wesham squad in 77 th spot.
Details of the new Off Road Championship are now online.