|Senior Monthly Handicap Series
The Senior Monthly handicap takes place on the first Tuesday of each month. the winner is the person who gets closest to or knocks the most off their time. A plaque is awarded to each monthly winner at the annual presentation evening.Each monthly handicap time is based on the athletes previous 6 races not 6 months with the best time to count. The handicap times are also reviewed at the end of each year, and your handicap for the January handicap will be either your best time from your last six races if done within the last two years or your best handicap time from the last two years if you have done less than six races in that period.
The yearly winner is the person with the most points from their best 8 handicap races.
For both the Summer and winter Handicap you will have a choice of doing either the short Course (3.7 Mile winter, 3.6 Mile summer) or a long Course (5.5 Mile summer, 5.7 Mile winter). All all those taking part will be required to nominate what course they are doing before they start the handicap.
Senior December Handicap Report
This month’s handicap was won by Dave Murray who knocked over 10 minutes of his handicap time, Congratulations to Dave on an excellent performance.
Jake Armstrong finished in 2nd place knocking over 2 minutes of his handicap time.
Claire Wilkie finished in 3rd place just a few seconds outside of her time. In all 11 members took part.
John Gibson running his first handicap setting an impressive handicap time of 30 minutes and 13 seconds.
Well done to all who took part in what were quite slippery conditions underfoot.
Thanks to Mark Davinson for helping with the timekeeping.
Junior October Handicap Report
This month’s handicap was won by Adam Wilkie who knocked nearly 1 minute of his handicap time
well done and congratulations to Adam. Laila Pipe finished in 2 nd place knocking 20 seconds off her
time and Grace Pither finished in 3 rd place knocking 17 seconds off her time. In all 13 of the juniors
set new PB’s. Well done to all 17 who took part.
The overall competition was won by Noah Williamson who had an excellent series of handicap
results. Congratulation to Noah on an excellent set of results. Grace Pither finished in an excellent 2nd place with Isla Fishwick and Oscar Burton finishing in joint 3rd place.
Thank you to all the parents and coaches for all your help throughout the year to ensure that the
handicap races have run smoothly.
The next handicap will be on October 11th
If there are any parents that would be willing to help please let Brian know at: firstname.lastname@example.org