You will now find STC sessions being posted on the FB members page and going forward you will start to see Bramhall Runners sessions being posted as a supplement to our own sessions. The BR sessions will be chargeable if you are not a BR member.
There are a number of rides that can be joined via the Time tree app – if you need the link to join download the app. Check out the members’ fb page for more information.
We are still waiting for the Pools to confirm what their plans are. As soon as we have confirmation we will drop you an update.
With all sessions please note we will be adhering to Covid guidelines.
A very enjoyable, if not a bit soggy Aquathon at Sale Water Park yesterday. Well done to all category winners who managed some good times in challenging conditions. Thanks too to all our marshalls who gave up their Saturday afternoons to stand in the rain to ensure a successful event.
It’s been a great season of cross country, lots more people taking part and I’d like to say a massive thanks to everyone that came along and ran any of the events, I hope you enjoyed it (?) and will be back for more next season.
As well as enjoying the mud , which to be fair was a bit disappointing this year and a bit of cake we had some great results all round.
The team finishing places are:
Senior Ladies 1st in Div three & will be promoted for next season
B team 12th
Vet ladies 5th in Div two – were only promoted to this div this season, so a great result!
B team 11th
Senior Men 3rd in Div three & will be promoted for next season
Vet men 3rd in Div three
B team 14th
On top of this we had some amazing overall finishing positions in the age groups, where athletes have completed 4 out of the 5 runs.
There is a presentation evening on 1st March at Wilmslow Rugby Club, if anyone would like to go along it’s £6 per person and you’ll need to contact Brenda for tickets at email@example.com tickets must be requested by midnight on 25th Feb.
We start all over again in October, let me know if you are interested in playing out with us. There are five events across five months Oct – Feb, it would be great to get even more people in the teams and flying the STC flag.
Well we battled the weather and the awful traffic and made it just in time to watch the Track Championships. We were not disappointed!
Laura Kenny made a fantastic return at her first appearance at the Championships since 2015 by taking gold in the scratch race ahead of Elinor Barker and Katie Archibald.
Joe Truman was in fantastic form in the sprint, making his way to a final against Jason Kenny, with Truman winning 2-0. Hamish Turnbull took the bronze.
Rhys Britton took gold in the men’s points race after he took a lap alongside Matt Walls, Kyle Gordon and Jacob Tipper midway through the race. He finished on 35 points, with Walls on 31 and Gordon a further five points back.
Closer to home, our very own Christine demo’d how to take one’s vest off without removing any outerwear. Impressive stuff!