Please find the second and probably final version of the results. This version has resolved nearly all of the missing runners.
Here are the results from last night’s race. There are few gaps in the names which we hope the team captains can provide for us over the next few days and the odd runner we have yet to identify.
Please find here the results for the third race in the 2019 season hosted by Eton Manor at Leyton Jubilee Park on 6 June 2019. This is a new course for the League and was very well received by the competitors. The only kink in these results that I am aware of is to identify finisher 76 which was recorded as bib 26 but this was not actually declared by any club.
Here are the “semi-final” results from the second race at Victoria Park. We will be adding an M75 and W70 age category and will rework the League’s results to reflect this. NB finishers with no details do not score for their club. If you see your age, name or other details incorrect please ask your team manager to correct this in the database with the Manager App.
The latest draft is here
The 2019 SEAC Bridges Relay is now open for entries. The race will be held on Thursday 20 June 2019. As usual it is a relay over legs of 2.4 miles for teams of four male/mixed or three female runners. The race starts at 19:30 and is a come-changed event on the Albert Embankment opposite Big Ben, which is our starter:-). Entry details may be found here.
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Please find attached draft results for the second race of the 2019 season, held on 2 May 2019 in Victoria Park. Individual and team results will be completed once a few data issues are resolved.
The results for the first race of the 2019 season may be found here. The race was approximately 4km, off road in Beckenham Palace Park on a cold but dry evening.
Competitors should be aware that we are now using the SEAC Manager smartphone app’ to register runners and teams. The app may be downloaded from Google Play and found by searching for “SEAC Stevens”. A guide to the app’ may be found here. The app will be upgraded soon to improve the device registration process and menu sorting. It will also be the first place where provisional race results will be published in due course.
The next race in the series will be in Victoria Park at 19:30 on 2 May 2019.
A picture of Martin presenting a cheque from the club after this year’s relay to St Guy’s and Thomas’ Charity.
We’ve closed the results on this year’s Bridges Relay which saw a dominant performance from Cottage Reunited winning the individual men’s and ladies’ prizes as well as the team events. Congratulations to Malcolm Hicks as the fastest man in 11:14 and Katy Hedgethorne, the fastest lady in 13:02. Congratulations also to Chris Smith and Bridin Keaerney who won the men’s and ladies’ vet categories. The fastest corporate team was JP Morgan in the Open class and the Civil Service in the Ladies race.
The results can be found here.