Club News

  • March 2021

    The 5k’s continued to be a big success with Eve and Tracey regularly coming in with fast times. And not forgetting Tony with his 24.08 PB.

    The early part of the month was dull and cold but with some big mileage being put in. We continued to be optimistic as to the future with signs that some races may be taking place in the summer. There was a general feeling within the club that were keen to get back normal.

    Unfortunately Mel has had a setback suffering a nasty injury but we know he will be back on form soon.

    With encouraging signs that lockdown may be easing, we have followed the England Athletics Road Map with 29th March 2021 being one of the key dates that we have all been looking forward to. This meant that we could meet as a club outdoors but under the strict guidelines.

    We met for the first time on 30th March 2021 and it was great to be back. The weather was good and everyone did a 5k around Mote Park. We were very well received by both the cricket and rugby club and we are very grateful to be able to have access to such a great location.

  • July 2019
    We had a good Race for Life volunteer contingent at Mote Park for their obstacle 5k that took place on 7th July 2019. We were asked initially if we wanted to get involved by The Mote and of course we were very happy to oblige. A really good and surprisingly ...
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  • June 2019
    England Athletics AffiliationWe are very pleased to announce that Mote Runners are now affiliated with England Athletics. As an affiliated member you get reduced entry fees to all EA affiliated races. Also, as an affiliated runner, all your EA race statistics are registered on the Power of Ten website well ...
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