Mornington Chasers Newsletter
25 September 2017
Well done Michele on taking part in 250 parkruns.
The first race in the series will take place on Sunday at 9am. Remember that by signing up to marshal just one of the races, you can run the rest of them free of charge. This means that you can sign up to marshal the March race and not pay an entry fee for any of the earlier races.
There will be pacers for anyone hoping to earn a pb (45, 50 and 60 minutes).
We are now halfway into the current training schedule which leads up to St Neots half marathon on the 19th of November. It’s never too late to join in on the schedule even if you’re not running St Neots. Track sessions are open to all abilities. This week’s track session is a Parlauf session which is a great one to join in on if you have never been to track before. You pair up with someone who is of a similar ability to you and you take turns in running around the track.
Thank you to those of you who have signed to take part in the Met League-there is still plenty of time for the rest of you to sign up.
You can see all of the cross country events the club will be taking part in here.
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.
We are also currently taking names for the following events.
If you want to upload a photo or your results are missing, visit log in to our website and update your picture and Power of 10 ID.
Greater Cambridge 10k (Cambridge), 10/09/2017
Highgate Harriers/City of London Open Meeting (Parliament Hill), 13/09/2017
Harrow Half Marathon (Harrow on the Hill), 17/09/2017
Richmond RUNFEST Marathon (Richmond), 17/09/2017
Guts Ultra (Barnes to Guildford 36 ml), 23/09/2017
Dublin Half Marathon (Dublin, Ireland), 23/09/2017
XNRG Humanity Direct Ultra 52 km (Tring), 23/09/2017
Suunto Run Wimbledon Marathon (Wimbledon), 23/09/2017
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