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Thursday July 2nd, 2015

Running Commentary - July 2015

The July 2015 issue of our club's magazine is available to be downloaded here Running Commentary - Jul 2015.

Sunday May 10th, 2015

Running Commentary - May 2015

The May 2015 issue of our club's magazine is available to be downloaded here Running Commentary - May 2015.

Monday April 27th, 2015

Hagley Relays

The 2015 Hagley Relays were held on Saturday in glorious sunshine. We had 9 teams entered and started the season with some excellent results. The Senior mens Team once again triumphed, sending a signal that they will be hard to beat again this season. Our two Masters Womens teams were 2nd and 4th respectively and our top Masters Mens Team were second in their grade.

Dan and Callan


Sunday April 26th, 2015

Track & Field Prize giving

Our Track & Field Prize giving was held on Sunday 19th April. Here is details of the members who received certificates and trophies.

We have also updated our club records.


Tuesday April 14th, 2015

NB15k Races

The first NB15k from our new site at Tai Tapu School was a huge success. The course was a hit with runners and the results showed what a depth of talent we have in the Club. In the Mens 15k, 7 of the first 10 were from NBO. The first 4 runners were the usual suspects-Callan, Dan, Oska and Mark. Kerry Faass came in at 9th overall to take the 40+ title. The numbers were up this year and there were some good runs from our masters women as they prepare for the ChCh Marathon events.

Rozie Robinson took out the walk in a very smart time and the first Male walker was our very own Red Maddock, who at 84 demonstrates the use it or lose it principle to perfection. The new 10k fun run attracted a decent entry. The winning woman was Dianne Davis, showing that Nanas might need naps but they are also capable of showing a clean pair of heels to a predominantly younger field.

Check out Margaret's photo's.