London marathon runners: for cheering purposes Alice and Sam need to know roughly what time you think you might finish in, and what you’ll be wearing (ideally a Chasers vest, of course but cheers are available to all). This is so the cheering squad can have a better chance of spotting you and giving you a cheer on the day. Please add your details to the Facebook thread, or reply to this email and it will be passed on. Good luck everyone!
Please let Sam know if you are planning to help set up the Chasers Cheering station at mile 22. Details available here, we need people to arrive at 8am to get our usual spot. You can also come along any time later in the day to lend your cheers and support to our runners, it is always lots of fun and greatly appreciated by all. The post-marathon celebration is upstairs at The Pineapple pub.
Our inaugural club handicap championship will take place on Thursday 16 May instead of the usual track session.
The plan is that it will take place in Highgate Woods, starting and ending at the cricket pitch and will be 3 laps – so approximately 3.5 miles. Details of how the handicap system will work are all to be confirmed, but get it in your diary anyway.
You will need to sign up in advance using the link below. If you can’t run, please volunteer to marshal using the same link. Just say “I’d like to marshal” when you sign up. We’ll need about 6 marshals.
We now have men’s T-shirts in stock! They are available for purchase via the store. https://www.chaser.me.uk/news/store.php
If you need to pick up this or any other items you’ve ordered already please contact Fiona Carr.
We are still awaiting the additional vest sizes, so apologies for the delays.
If you're taking part in any running event on a charity place, or are making the most of a Chaser event place by raising money for a good cause, then let us know and we'll promote your giving page in our newsletter.
Sarah Funderburk is running the Brighton Marathon for The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours https://give.everydayhero.com/us/running-for-bfrb-awareness
Alex Renton is running the Brighton Marathon to raise money for Cats Protection https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/alex-renton3
Rebecca Taylor is running the London Marathon to raise money for Dermatrust http://www.justgiving.com/Rebecca-Taylor110?utm_id=124
Tony Him is running the London Marathon to raise money for the Neuro Foundation https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tonyhimlm2018
Ellen Smyth is running the London Marathon to raise money for Action for Children: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/ellen-smyth-marathon
Club Secretary, Daisy Wooller is running the London Marathon to raise money for CALM: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/DaisyWooller
Here's whats happening over the next few weeks other than our usual Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday runs. You can find our full calendar on the website.
|Sun 28 Apr 2019||London Marathon Elite drinks volunteering||Other||Sign up to volunteer (0 of 14 left)|
|Sun 28 Apr 2019||London Marathon Cheering Team||Other|
|Sun 28 Apr 2019||London Marathon||Road|
|Sun 28 Apr 2019||London Marathon After Party @ The Pineapple||Social|
|Sat 4 May 2019||Lakeland Trails||Trail|
|Tue 7 May 2019||Monthly Chasers Pub Night @ Tapping The Admiral||Social|
|Mon 13 May 2019||Committee Meeting||Other|
|Thu 16 May 2019||Club Handicap Championship (Highgate Woods)||Trail||Sign up|
|Sat 18 May 2019||Athletics- Watford||Track|
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|Hampstead Heath||Edith MacLean 00:31:34, 334 [46.78%] NEW PB|
|10MMT||Ronan Hoare 63:15 (63:12), 37 [69.88%]|
|Tony Him 73:23 (73:16), 143 [61.53%]|
|39.3M||Marc Cohen 5:11:03 (5:11:03)|
|10K||Ronan Hoare 40:05 (40:04), 11 [67.10%]|
|200||Patrick Kyle 25.83, 2 NEW PB|
|Other||Stephen Nash 00:05:24|
|Jonathan Thomson 00:05:42|
|joshua franks 00:06:12|
|Fiona Russell 00:06:26|
|Tony Him 0:06:30|
|Jesse Finch Gnehm 00:06:32|
|Alex Renton 00:06:41|
|Giada Ferrari 00:06:46|
|Alice Sullivan 00:07:03|
|Ciara McManus 00:07:11|
|michele griffiths 00:07:22|
|Jennifer Moore 00:07:33|
|10K||Stephen Fabes 35:09 (35:06), 4 (1) [77.92%]|
|Ally Pally||Mike Hurford 19:52, 5 (1) [79.70%]|
|Antrim||Kevin Gormley 18:54, 7 [69.84%]|
|Ashton Court||Myles Preston 18:54, 9 [69.49%]|
|Bushy Park||Brandon Leung 21:01, 167 [65.66%]|
|Canons Park||Meryl Walker 38:11, 130 [46.31%]|
|Colchester Castle||Paul Matthews 26:09, 120 (1) [72.98%]|
|Coldham’s Common||John Bickley 38:32, 226 [42.86%]|
|Dalby Forest||Russ Hall 18:33, 7 [71.88%]|
|Finsbury Park||David Glencross 20:33, 25 [63.26%]|
|michele griffiths 25:55, 150 [66.62%]|
|Rafaele Lamour 27:21, 188 [58.50%]|
|Gladstone||Patrick Kyle 18:56, 1 (1) [69.98%]|
|Mary Kyle 27:09, 81 (1) [65.13%]|
|Hampstead Heath||John Armstrong 19:30, 6 (1) [73.42%]|
|Alon Caspi 26:12, 137 [61.45%]|
|Anne Caspi 26:55, 159 [68.05%]|
|Alice Sullivan 29:29, 227 [53.31%]|
|Hastings||Ronan Hoare 32:11, 328 [41.02%]|
|Highbury Fields||Fiona Russell 22:41, 52 (1) [72.81%]|
|Highwoods||David Nelson 26:35, 74 [49.91%]|
|Hilly Fields||Lizzy Muggeridge 30:25, 183 [51.67%]|
|Ipswich||Carl Heron 19:53, 21 (1) [78.37%]|
|Wormwood Scrubs||stephen west 28:52, 75 [49.25%]|
|John H Grigg 37:53, 121 (1) [59.17%]|
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