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Team Races and Results

Teddy Hall Relays – 6th March

Rob’s homage to the great Sir Roger Bannister

The Teddy Hall Relays started in 1960 and featured teams from Oxford and Cambridge. Now organized by Oxford University Cross-Country Club, it includes local runners and athletics clubs as well as University students, this year had over 500 runners from 128 teams.

Starting and finishing on the iconic Sir Roger Bannister track, where the four minute mile was broken, the scenic 4.35 mile course runs through the centre of Oxford.

Teddy Hall 2018

Runners of all abilities most welcome.

Women’s Teams: 3 female runners
Men’s Teams: 4 male runners
Mixed Teams: 2 female + 2 male runners

2019 Results here

Pictures courtesy of Barry Cornelius here

Country Road Relays – 14th April

Following a great turn out for Teddy Hall Relay’s our next race is the Oxfordshire Road Relay Championship, Sunday 14th April starting at 2pm from Abingdon Rugby Club, Lambrick Way, Abingdon, OX14 5TJ.

This is a road course of approx 5km per leg for the seniors (1.8km for juniors).  The Mens race starts at 2.30pm.  The Women’s race starts at 2.35pm

Please can those interested let me know there availability. The team options are as follows;

Rachel B handing over to Rachel H

Ladies, teams of 4 in;
U13/U15 (combined)
Seniors (over 15)
Masters (over 35)

Mens;
U13/U15 (combined) teams of 3
Seniors (over 15) teams of 6
Masters (over 35) teams of 6

Those racing or others will also need to Marshall, we need 4 marshalls if people are racing and 2 if not.
I have to give the entry in to Dene (WHH) so if you can let me know over the next few weeks that would be great please.

2017 Results

  • Mens Senior team – 4th place

    2017 Road Relays. Simon, Jason, Paul, Mark, Ian & Tom

  • Womens Senior Team – 10th place
  • Women’s Vet ‘A’ team – 7th place
  • Womens Vet ‘B’ team – 11th place

2017 Full results can be found here.

Thanks

Jonathan Gibbard

Ridgeway Relay – 17th June

A fantastic relay following Englands oldest road 86 miles from Ivinghoe Beacon to Marlborough.  With 10 legs through the AONB Chilterns and the North Wessex Downs, you can be sure you’ll see beautiful countryside and a hill or two.

It’s been a popular with Harriers over recent years and we’ve regularly run several teams.  2017 was our best result yet, with three teams competing and our ‘A’ team coming 3rd overall in a field of around 40.  2017 race report

If you are interested in competing or be a reserve, please contact our Road Race Manager, Jonathan Gibbard.  More info