News

New application forms have been uploaded to the Membership page

Membership application forms are now available to download from the Membership page for the year 1 Apr 2018 - 31 March 2019. Any new members wishing to join between now and the end of the present Club year 31 March 2018 can use these forms with no additional Club membership fee to pay for the remainder of this year.

Stroud & District AC - Race Dates Announced

Dates for our 2018 race series have been agreed subject to final approval by all parties as follows:

  • Stroud Beer Race - Monday 4th June
  • Frampton 10K - Monday 2nd July
  • Cherington 10K - Thursday 12 July (Private race for Club members only)
  • Standish Woodland Chase - Sunday 12th August
  • Woodchester Park - Sunday 2nd September

All races are expected to open for online entries by the end of February 2018.

  • Stroud Half Marathon - Sunday 21st October (entries already open)

Dave McNamee 10k 29 April


The annual Dave McNamee 10k Memorial Run is to be held on Sunday 29 Apr 2018 from the village of Temple Guiting in the rural
Cotswold country side on an undulating scenic route..
This is a great event and runners of all abilities are welcome to run. The event will be chip timed and there will be a Medal to all finishers.

Darren Jewell Goes From Strength To Strength At The Israman Ironman

 

On the 27th January,  Stroud & District Athletic Club runner Darren Jewell travelled to Eilat in Israel to take part in the Israman Ironman.  This event is considered to be one of the world’s hardest Ironman competitions.   It combines a 2.4-mile swim race in the Red Sea, a 112-mile bike race in the hot rolling hills of the Negev Desert finishing with a 26.2-mile marathon run.  

Staverton 10 Mile Road Race Results

Eight Stroud runners took part in the CLC Striders 10 mile road race at the weekend.  Nick Coyle was our first athlete home in a fantastic sub-60 minute time of 58:22 (6th) followed closely by Martin Wood in 59:21 (10th). Our remaining runners also crossed the line in very respectable times, results as follows:

48th Dorothy Liviabella 1:07:45, 54th Tony Liviabella 1:08:28, 63rd Mario McNamara 1:10:39, 91st Mark Haslam 1:19:56, 130th Martin Keyworth 1:29:26 & 132nd Karen Saunders 1:29:59

Well done everyone! 

 

Midland Counties Cross Country Championships

Tom Mortimer, after running the previous two weekends for the Great Britain team in Edinburgh and leading the England team to victory in Seville six days earlier, gave an exhibition of running in Nottingham to retain the U20 men's title that he won last year in Loughborough. Expecting a tough race, he set off strongly going to the front of the race at a good pace.