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James Bolton has a cracking run beating his all-time personal best by a minute whilst Adrian Smith and Will Hudson also complete the course. Adrian also sets a personal best. Full details to follow.
27th November: Jake Harrison put in yet another personal best at Eynsham 10K to consolidate his lead and win the Club Handicap Competition from Ralf Arneil with Dave Cantwell 3rd. Our men scraped a victory in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix finishing on equal points with Headington but taking the victory on count-back. Our
2nd October: It’s all over bar the shouting in the Club Handicap competition as Jake Harrison cannot be caught following results at Hanney 5. It’s still possible for the 2nd & 3rd positions to change as Ralf Arneil is just 2 points ahead of Dave Cantwell. James Bolton lies 4th a further 23 points adrift.
24th September: After Woodstock 12,race 16 of the 19 remaining Handicap Competition races, Ralf Arneil is still ahead on 283 points from 12 races. Dave Cantwell has also completed 12 races and is 8 points behind Ralf. However, Jake Harrison on 262 points has one race in hand and could overtake both Ralf and Dave
1st September:In the Grand Prix our men have dropped to 2nd place after Hook Norton 6 and are just 1 point adrift of Headington but with 6 races still to count. Our girls keep their 3rd place 4 points behind Hook Norton Harriers. In the individual competition James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are still 1st
1st August: After Hornton 6 James Bolton and Dave Cantwell are still 1st & 2nd in The Oxon Road Race Grand Prix individual standings with Jake Harrison 9th, Rob Webster 13th and Kevin Game 23rd. Denise Bridges is our leading lady in 5th, Jess Webb is 8th, Zoe White 12th and Bridget Gould 16th. In
15th July: The Club Handicap competition is hotting up with Ralf Arneil two points ahead of Dave Cantwell who is one point in front of Jake Harrison all with 7 qualifying races Both men’s and women’s teams are 2nd in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix competition after race 7 at Didcot. James Bolton and
7th June: After race 8, the Banbury 5, Ralf Arneil has taken the lead in the Club Handicap competition and leads Dave Cantwell by 4 points. Both have completed 5 qualifying races. Rob Webster with 5 races is third 12 points behind Dave In the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix our men are 2nd= with
28th April: With just one race from three to count in the Oxon Road Race Grand Prix competition our men are equal 1st with Oxford City and Alchester RC all teams having won one event. Our women are 2nd equal with Hook Norton and Abingdon behind leaders Headington. James Bolton has risen to 3rd in