Females only coaching session.
Saturday 11th July 1-4pm
Venue: Higg Rigg now confirmed
Guest coach Hilary Palmer. All ages and experiences welcome. You don't want to miss it - 22 WCOC Girls have already decided they can! (And they can eat pizza in Keswick afterwards too!) Contact: email@example.com.
NEW - to read Daniel's report about this amazing experience, click here.
Congratulations to all the runners representing England at the World School Champs in Antalya, Turkey this week, and espcially our very own WCOC juniors Alastair, Niamh and Daniel. They have produced some outstanding individual and team results, including: individual Gold (long distance) and Silver (middle distance) for Alastair, team Gold for the Junior Boys (including Alastair and Daniel) and team Bronze for the Junior Girls (including Niamh)!! Fantastic!!
WCOC were well represented in the relays today at the beautiful Graythwaite Estate, and collectively produced many good runs.
The outstanding team results were a WIN for Daniel, Ben and Alastair on Intermediate Men (M48-), and second places for Henry, Joe and Caitlin in the Mini-Relay and also Helen, Lynne and Kate in Senior Women (W120+). Fantastic!!
(For more pictures, keep an eye on our Facebook page.)
Congratulations to the many WCOC members who ran in and helped at the JK this weekend.
There were lots of excellent results including the following who all finished in the top 10 overall on their courses over days 2 and 3: Carys Thomas 5th W12, Caitlin Irving 9th W12, Kate Skinner 1st W18S, Katrina Hemingway 8th W20E, Helen Winskill 2nd W35, Sue Skinner 5th W50, Catherine Wetherfield 10th W50S, Wilf Teasdale 6th M10, Alastair Thomas 2nd M16, Daniel Spencer 6th M16, John Slater 10th M40, Steve Breeze 3rd M40S, Steve Birkinshaw 3rd M45, Mike Billinghurst 5th M55, Richard Cummings 4th M55S and Mike Pearson 2nd M70.
For full results click here.
Let's see if we can bag a few more podium places at the relays tomorrow...
Well done to all the WCOC juniors who braved illness, injury and the elements to take on the massed ranks of LOC in today's Yvette Baker qualifier at Askham Fell. Despite many good performances (again!) we just missed out on the first place. Many thanks to Vanessa, Junior Team Captain, for her efforts co-ordinating and organising all the entries today (while modelling the very latest in wet weather gear). Make sure you are all fit and well and let's see if we can do even better at the JK next weekend...
For the results from today's event, click here.
For the Yvette Baker Trophy team results, click here.
Final Orient8 session - Tuesday (14th April) 6:30-7:30pm in Harris Park, Cockermouth.
If you have never tried this fantastic family sport before, come and give it a go. If you have already tried it and want to improve your skills, come along. The sessions are for children and adults to enjoy and learn together. No experience needed, just a positive attitude! Kit needed – just trainers and clothes to be active in – no high heels!
More details, and a map of where to find us (!) on the Events page.
Congratulations to all the WCOC members who travelled to Cannock Chase for the Midland Champs today. Notable results included Alastair Thomas and Daniel Spencer 1st and 3rd on M16A, Mike Pearson 2nd on M70L, Carys Thomas 3rd on W12A, Rosie Spencer 4th W14A, Lynne Thomas 2nd W45L, and Vanessa Brierley 2nd W45S. For full results visit The Walton Chasers website.
Saturday 21st Feb 10-12am. Come and improve your skills - suitable all levels, ages and abilities - see the Events page for more details.
Great results for Alastair Thomas, winning the M16 course (by 3 minutes), and Mike Billinghurst (5th M50), who were part of the England team which once again won the "Interland" competition (held this weekend in the "picturesque and intricate Surrey hills"). Congratulations also to Lynne Thomas for her win on W45L at the Southern Champs (held alongside Interland) - could she be convinced to run for England...?
Many thanks to Catherine Wetherfield for organising an excellent Club Social last night, and to Kim and Howard Leslie for the superb and well supported Club Chase this morning. Thanks also to all the helpers who gave up...