The streets of Pilsley were taken over by more than 400 runners this evening for the Hardwick 10k, now in it’s 37th year!
One of Derbyshire’s most iconic annual road races, this event is well attended by a wealth of athletes and spectators alike and it was an honour to be able to provide our Race Timing Services for the event.
With it’s out and back course, with it’s legendary climb into Hardwick before turning back to come down the hill back into Pilsley for the finish and it’s cheering crowds.
Well done and congratulations to everybody who took part in tonight’s race!
More than a thousand athletes turned out this evening for the Ipswich Twilight 10K, with it’s start and finish at the grounds of Ipswich Town Football Club Stadium on Portman Road.
Delightful weather and very enthusiastic runners gave the event village an amazing atmosphere as everybody set to warming up. Meanwhile, we were busy getting our equipment setup and testing everything to make sure that all systems were go!
Well done to everyone who took part in this fantastic event and we cant’ wait to see you again next time!
I spent a delightful yet busy morning in the lovely village of Willingham today, race timing the 2022 Fen Gallop. The Gallop comprises two race distances of 10KM or 4 miles, as well as children’s races and a toddler sprint.
Having run for many years now, this event is always well attended and this year was no different, with almost 300 entrants across the two main race distances.
Despite the rain overnight, the weather turned out fine and actually became quite warm as the morning moved on, providing almost ideal conditions for the runners. I even managed to find a few minutes to take a quick look round once I had all of the timing equipment set up and running smoothly.
Very well done to everybody who took part today and congratulations to those who achieved a new personal best!
The Flaming June Half has been going for some years now and is always very well attended. This year was no exception and all of today’s athletes seemed to be in fantastic spirits as they warmed up for the event.
With a single start and finish line at this event, my job was fairly easy and everything was set up and running well before Gun Time, giving me the chance to soak up the atmosphere for a short while before things got busy again.
With the athletes for the Half Marathon and 10K all underway by quarter to ten, a short reconfigurre of the equipment was in order ready for their return to cross the Finish Line. With some fantastic effort put in by everyone attending, I didn’t have to wait long!
A massive well done to everybody who took part in today’s races. I could see just how much effort you all put in and some of those times just speak for themselves!
Held at Ripley Castle in Harrogate, the Yorkshire Warrior is an exciting obstacle race and log run. With 2 race lengths this year, the 10K and the 20K as well as the ever popular 3K junior race, more than 500 athletes of all ages turned out to take on this epic challenge!
The Race Time Result team are very pleased to present the live results from today’s 3K and 10K from the Run in The Woods.
The Run in The Woods, organised by the Rotary Club of Bourne, is an absolutely lovely trail running event through the delightful woodlands of Bourne in Lincolnshire. Race Time Result and I were delighted to be able to offer our timing services for this great event this year and it was brilliant to see so many of you coming out to run.
My first opportunity of 2022 to get out with the race timing team from Race Time Result at the Leigh-on-Sea Striders After Dark 10K, with 275 amazing athletes looking to start the New Year off with a bang.
With separate start and finish lines, situated about 100M apart and each with their own independent timing setup, we arrived in plenty of time to get all of the equipment assembled and tested before Gun Time.
The After Dark 10K Start Line
The After Dark 10K is a relatively unique event in that it’s the only one on our calendar this year (to date) that has to be prepared without the aid of natural light. Still, despite the limitations imposed by the cold wintery conditions, and the additional challenges presented by the darkness, we had a thoroughly enjoyable time getting everything in place and ready to go.
The atmosphere of the event was lively and exciting, despite the chilly conditions, and all of the athletes seemed very keen to get started.
Well done to everyone who took part and we hope you enjoyed the evening!