As our only London Marathon representative this year, Rachel Masser put in a strong, steady performance clocking 3:20:48.
James Bolton picked himself up after a fall early on which cost him 100 or so places at the Maidenhead Easter 10-mile on 19th April. Gradually working his way through the field James clocked a creditable 55 minutes dead for 5th overall and a 1st V40 placing.
Please see the note below from the organisers of this new 10K. ‘We are excited to announce the inaugural Run Wytham Woods 10k and 1 mile fun run, just outside Oxford on June 9th 2019. Inspired by the success of the 2017 Wytham Woods Oxon AA Cross Country race, this challenging 10K woodland trail, designed
Best wishes to Sophie Carter who is representing England in Perth, Scotland tomorrow in the Anglo Celtic Plate 100K race.
Our “deadly duo” were in action again at the Banbury 15, this year’s first Oxon Road Race Grand Prix fixture, where James Bolton won the race by almost 3 minutes. Dave Cantwell secured 2nd V50 honours with another strong run backed up by Ralf Arneil, Leo Brooke-Little and Dan Eisenhandler. In the meantime Chairman Neil
James Bolton, representing Oxfordshire in the British Athletics Cross Challenge at Loughborough, puts in a great performance to finish 3rd V45 in a high-class field.
A great turnout for our home race on Saturday. All of our valuable marshals and helpers did a fantastic job in making it another well organised event. Tegs Jones of Witney won despite feirce competition from club-mate Sam Upton who was one second behind, with Harrier James Bolton very close behind him. Rhodie Jones was the first lady back,
A note from Alchester: We are delighted to say that the date and venue are confirmed for this years Alchester 5k. Wednesday 15th August with a 7:15pm start time. Venue is again Marsh Gibbon cricket club (many thanks to them) and the race will follow the same course as last year (yes there’s a “rutty
The Witney Cotswold Classic has changed date to Saturday 29th September. S