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LATEST NEWS...

Duchy 20 - Entries now open

A 20 mile run, limited to a maximum of 300 runners. This will be an undulating course consisting of town streets, cliff top roads and country lanes. The race starts and finishes at the Penventon Park Hotel Redruth TR15 1TE and is particularly good for those training for a spring marathon.

Visually impaired runners are welcomed and Guide Runners are permitted free entry to the event. Shower facilities and catering are available on the day.

Enter online on the Race Director website

Hayle Runners do their bit for Children in Need

Hayle Runners did their bit for Children in Need by having a fund raising run on Sunday from Mawla near Redruth courtesy of Helen and Simon Knowles.A large group of Hayle Runners and their friends had a very sociable run, shared food and raised over £300 in donations and raffle proceeds.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Cornwall Mob Match 5 miles and Grand Prix Presentation

Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019 - Location: Falmouth Hotel TR11 4NZ

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Race For Wildlife 7.5 miles MTRS 5

Date: Sunday, December 1, 2019 - Location: Penwith College, St Clare Street, Penzance TR18 2SA

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The Scrooge - 7 miles of muddy terrain

Date: Sunday, December 22, 2019 - Location: Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall, UK, PL26 6EN

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LATEST RESULTS

Treggy 7

Sunday 1 September 2019

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Showing the Hayle Runners shirt in Cornwall & Scotland

Ruth Phillips returned to her native Scotland at the weekend by doing the distance and showing  the Hayle Runners shirt at the Glentress Winter Trail Half Marathon in the Tweed Valley, Scotland.Ruth found it to be quite a challenge but really enjoyed the race.

 

'It was pretty much running up a mountain for 6 miles then throwing yourself back down it. Hardly a flat patch in sight! Following Forest tracks up through pine woods, then over heather and bracken, then down an exhilarating mountain bike black route. The run involved 1883 feet ascent of climbing and I was definitely ready for my Irn Bru at the end so I felt right at home.I finished in 2 hours 45 minutes'

 

Closer to home Kathryn Osborn and Mike Wright were also showing the shirt at the Penrose  Woods 10k, a race around the National Trust estate near Helston in what turned out to be a very muddy  and wet run.They finished the run in 1 hr 32 minutes.

Mud, sea and sand

Hayle Runners were out and about this weekend tackling tough terrain across Cornwall. 

 

A group from the club took part in the Westward League Cross Country competition in Newquay where mud was indeed the on the menu for the day. Jordan Morant led the team home and in doing so he achieved qualification for the Cornwall Cross Country team. Jordan was closely followed by Simon Knowles, Neill Cookson and Scott Abraham who made up the Hayle Runners team in the event.

 

Closer to home a team from the club took part in the Remembrance Run where after showing respect by two minutes silence and wearing something red, the competitors run along Marazion beach over sand and pebbles often getting their feet wet.

 

Mike Baldwin led the team home and Diane Warren was the first Hayle Lady home winning her 65-69 age category in the process.

 

The full Hayle Runners results at the Remembrance Run were:

 

Mike Baldwin - 39.03

Diane Warren - 40.14

Amelia Kitchen - 42.54

Deborah Pearce - 47.25

Cas Leo - 48.15

Theresa Clark - 49.38

Jennie Massey - 55.17

Mike Wright - 1.02.14

Hayle Runners tackle the Cornish Marathon

With a course change due to flooding and more rain and wind than most would consider sporting, fourteen Hayle Runners raced the final race of the Cornwall Grand Prix.

Steve Fuller led the team home in a time of 3:06:18.

The women's team placed third, lead by Melissa Poultney and supported by Debbie Mitchell, Julia Burns and Corinne Gerrard.

Convinced the route was pan flat - Fran Long, Fiona Gamble and Philip Johns produced great results for their first marathons.

Hayle Runners results

Steve Fuller - 3:06:18

Andrew Ellis - 3:57:03

Melissa Poultney - 3:58:40

Debbie Michell - 3:58:40

Steve Maclaren - 4:04:51

Corinne Gerrard - 4:09:03

Julia Burns - 4:09:03

Andy Moore - 4:14:46

Helen Knowles - 4:17:11

Philip Johns - 4:20:06

Kevin King - 4:22:07

Zoe Lock - 4:31:32

Fran Long - 4:58:28

Fiona Gamble - 5:25:06

Hayle Runners take flight on the Runway Runaround for Cornwall Air Ambulance

New recruits to the Hayle Runners Walk/Run group led by Jackie have been training for the Runway Runaround to raise funds for the Cornwall Air Ambulance which they all successfully raced over the weekend.

 

It may have been cold, windy and raining but the eager runners went for it anyway.

 

Kate Coetzee, Margaret Clark and Emalee Caton were joined by a handful of other Hayle Runners, including Debbie Harrison-Webb who placed 18th (1st female finisher) and Naomi Astill who ran a 2 minute PB, placing 35th (5th female finisher).

 

Full Hayle Runners results:

Debbie Harrison-Webb - 43:23

Naomi Astill - 46:15

Melodie Manners - 52:58

Sean Webb - 52:59

Kate Coetzee - 1:01:27

Margaret Clark - 1:04:21

Emalee Caton - 1:14:54

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