For those of you old enough to remember play your cards right - it’s a brucie bonus kinda offer tomorrow - an additional tea & coffee night! A chance to have a chat with like minded running buddies, eat a couple of biscuits, mingle with newer members of the club, sign up for xc & relay events & (if you meet the criteria) complete a survey for Teesside Uni student George’s dissertation .... as ever any donations of biscuits will be much appreciated :-)
Brass Monkey 2019 by Gail Robinson I didn’t know what I was letting myself in for when Sarah (whilst on holiday in sunny climates) said ‘you’re booked in’... Yes my hubby Ben has ran it before and Ste Boddy had ran a great time previously. Helen Johnston has ran it & I should’ve ran it last year but was ill so couldn’t. But their reports did not prepare me for today. We had mild January weather, however, due to illness and the Manchester marathon looming, I had decided to use it as a marathon training run, so along with Neil (who was running as Paul using another runners number) & Ant (my training buddies) we were joined by Suzanne, Claire and Katy, we started the Brass Monkey half marathon. Having…
We have been approached by a student at Teesside Uni doing his physiotherapy degree . As part of his dissertation titled ‘Injury Audit of the most common lower limb injury for males age 30-50 through social recreational running’ George has asked if he can come along to the club with his questionnaire & for willing members meeting the study criteria to meet him & participate in the study. He will be at the club again on Tuesday 15January from 7:15pm onwards. It would be great if Striders are able to help & I imagine the study’s findings will be very interesting !!
The month of February means only one thing .... yes thats right its the Royal Signals Road Relays! More details at link below. If interested in taking part please comment here no later than Tuesday 29 January 2019. The entry fee will be covered by club funds and we usually look at car sharing or maybe a mini bus to get there. Please note you must be EA affiliated to Stockton Striders AC and as its an NECAA regional event the official green and blue Stockton Striders vests will need to be worn .... we do have some in stock if you need to purchase one. https://necaa.weebly.com/uploads/6/4/8/5/64850927/necaa_road_relay_2019_prospectus.pdf
Yep folks the first Striders tea night of 2019 is on tomorrow (10th) after sessions. What better way to share surplus Christmas cakes and biscuits..... Also please don’t forget to cast your votes for male/female club member of the year whilst having a brew. Voting closing tomorrow night. Thanks in advance. Andy
After all the festivities a busy night at the club in our first Tuesday training session of 2019 .... 76 runners & another 6 volunteers helping out with tasks at the club 👍🏻😀 Thank you to all those who took the time to complete George’s dissertation study questionnaire - he’ll also be at the club next Tuesday if you weren’t at club tonight but would still like to participate. #Happyrunning2019 #greenandblue #teamstriders
Hi please find attached the details for the Ormesby Hall XC on 20th Jan. Sadly Jerry and I are not going to be there as we're off cycling. if anyone going would be willing to take the club tent & collect race numbers we'll be at club on Thursday and can run through what's needed (its very easy honestly)!! Happy Running 2018 Ormesby Hall XC details (1)
We have been approached by a student at Teesside Uni doing his physiotherapy degree . As part of his dissertation titled ‘Injury Audit of the most common lower limb injury for males age 30-50 through social recreational running’ George has asked if he can come along to the club with his questionnaire & for willing members meeting the study criteria to meet him & participate in the study. He will be at the club on Tuesday 08 January from 7:15pm onwards. It would be great if Striders are able to help & I imagine the study’s findings will be very interesting !!