A very big thank you to everyone that turned up and supported the club Annual Awards last night and also a thank you to the people that helped setup, decorate and clear up this morning đź™‚
For those of you that missed it the Awards are as follows :
Most Inspiring Performance â€“ Anne Jones
Most Inspiring Performer â€“ Ian Richards
Most Inspiring Performance â€“ Ruth Saunders
Most Inspiring Performer â€“ Paul Maggs
Most Inspiring Circuiteer â€“ Trevor Jones
Special Award Â â€“ Jo Hesketh
Most Inspiring Performance â€“ Neil Sampson – Completing the Lake District 50 mile run with 4000m of ascent
Most Inspiring Performer â€“ Louise Bond – Always happy and smiling and doesnâ€™t let anything get in her way, very good results in the fun run league races and very encouraging to everyone else that runs.
Runners Handicap â€“ John Killick – Narrowly beat Adrian Scott in the WSFRL handicap after a strong performance in the second half of the year. Â Both finished with the same points total but John won with the next best result.
Most Improved Runner â€“ Jim Newton – Completing both a first marathon and a 31 mile Ultra event
Most Inspiring Performance â€“ Juliet Starbuck
Most Inspiring Performer â€“ Elaine Scott
Sprint Triathlon Male â€“ Lee Oxley
Sprint Triathlon Female â€“ Moyra Amess
Best Overall Performance â€“ Paul Maggs
Coach of the Year Â â€“ Lawrence Naested
Club Member of the Year â€“ Steve Jones
Piranha Award (The One to Avoid) â€“ Simon Marsden
Little Miss Fun Â – Ann Naested â€“ Taken on the challenge of the Brutal Runs and always comes out smiling
Mr Bump â€“ Adrian Scott â€“ For the number of injuries during the year but he still bounces back
Mr Forgetful â€“ Ben Aiton â€“ Friday Nights, head torch, route need we say more !!
Little Miss Sunshine â€“ Louise Bond â€“ Always smiling, happy and enthusiastic and really excited about running the London Marathon next year !
Little Miss Stubborn â€“ Carol Killick â€“ Carrying on and getting over injuries such as a broken elbow at Fittleworth, not letting anything get in her way on the road to recovery !
I would also like to thank Dorian Woolger who stepped in and took the following photographs :