Have a look at the Woodbridge 10k Road Race page, we’ve started the planning, the date is confirmed as 17th May, …. very excited to leak the news that it looks like we’ll have a Samba Band encouraging our runners this year. We are trying to make this year our greenest event so far… more on that later.
Have a look at Coaches Corner … we’ve updated it to include a profile of our latest coach … the fab Dave Alley
We are very excited to announce that we will soon be launching a junior section of the club.
Full details are here : Junior Shufflers
You can contact the lovely Kate, who has been working really hard getting Junior Shufflers off the ground and will be leading the group firstname.lastname@example.org
The final results of the 2019 Woodbridge 10k and Junior races have been published and are available from the links below:
Unfortunately there are only gun times due a technical issue at the start line caused by underground cables meaning that the race chips weren’t picked. We apologise that we won’t be able to supply these for this year and steps will be taken to avoid this situation next year.
Well done again to all that ran this years race and we hope to see you again at the race next year. Race information and entry details will be published on our website in early 2020.
Thank you to all runners, volunteers and supporters that have been out at the 2019 Woodbridge 10k. The Woodbridge Shufflers hope you have had a great race and that you have enjoyed the day. Provisional results for the two races are available here:
If you spot any inaccuracies in these results then please let us know via the email@example.com email address. Unfortunately there are only gun times due a technical issue at the start line caused by underground cables meaning that the race chips weren’t picked up and we apologise that we won’t be able to supply these for this year. The final results will be published in around a weeks time.
Thank you for again for your support and the generosity of the sponsors that meant that £12,000 could be donated to charity this year.
The Woodbridge Shufflers have three runners entered into the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon which will be run on the 28th April:
- Heather Noone – 35 years old, 3rd marathon and first London through the championship entry, target time sub 3 hours following her recent success at the Kent Spring marathon which she won in 2:49.32 beating her closest rival by 14 minutes.
- Matthew Hunt – 42 years old and completed his first marathon in Edinburgh 2012. Has since run 12 road marathons and set a PB of 2:38 in Valencia in 2014. This year will be Matt’s sixth appearance at London.
- Dr Ben Solway – 53 years old, 15th marathon, running for Woodbridge Shufflers in the club allocated place and raising money for MNDA (Motor Neurone Disease Association ). Ben is hoping for a sub 4 hour finish time.
This follows a considerable number of marathon successes for the Club over the last month at Manchester, Brighton, Paris and Boston .