Lynn Coomber ran 13.1 miles in the Maidstone Road Run, she managed a time of 2.34 on a scenic course which she described as ‘beautiful.’
Maidstone Half & Full Marathon : 15th October
Maidstone Sprint Triathlon 2017 : Sunday 7th May 2017
4 Striders from the Triathlon side competed in the Maidstone Sprint Triathlon which was the next race in the club championships calendar – the event consists of 300m pool swim; 18k bike; 4.2k run. Matt Nunn was first Strider home in a time of 54.37.10 placing him 10th out of 80 entrants overall. Glenn Davies was very close behind him crossing the line in a time of 54.37.85, placing him 11th overall and winning his age category. Rob Sapp was 18th overall in 56.41.05 and Martin Clark 20th in 57.23.20.
Maidstone Sprint and Standard Duathlon : Sunday 5th March
Event: Pretty Muddy #RaceForLife
Date: 10th July 2016
Location: Mote Park
The female Striders did their bit for a good cause by get muddy at Race for Life Pretty Muddy® organised by Cancer Research. Pretty Muddy® isn’t like any other fundraising event. It is a muddy obstacle course that women of any ability can climb over, crawl under, and charge through to show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink.
Event: Maidstone Duathlon
Date: 28th February 2016
Distances: 9.5km, 42km, 3.5km
The first of the Striders Tri Club Championship races kicked off with the Maidstone Duathlon starting from Harrietsham village hall. The 2 runs took the duathletes around the back lanes of Harrietsham and then along the A20 t0 Ashford and back for the rather windy bike leg.
First strider home was David Valenti in a time of 2hr 35m 17s placing him 28th out of a field of 52 competitors. Coming in a mere 10 seconds behind him was Ross Pilcher, 2nd Strider home in a time of 2hr 35m 27s. 3rd Strider home, first female strider and overall position first lady was Lucy Hewett in a time of 2hr 46m 44s. 4th strider home and only 6 seconds behind Lucy was Jamie Goldthorp in a time of 2hr 46m 50s. Lynne Hacon was 5th Strider coming in a time of 2hr 48m 37s which put her in the place of 2nd female!
Rob Sapp, racing for Medway Velo on this occasion, will be one to watch when he competes as a Strider putting in a very strong performance at 2:29.13!