• Surrey Road League Race 2

    Striders of Croydon produced some good performances in the Ranelagh Half-Marathon at Richmond on Sunday. The race incorporated the Surrey Championships and was the second event in this year’s Surrey Road League. Striders were led by Tatsuya Okamoto, who ran very well to place 12th out of 421 finishers (76:46). Lee Flanagan placed 42nd (82:36),

  • Thames Path 100

    Nikki Javan, from Striders of Croydon, ran well to be the fifth woman to finish the Thames Path 100-mile race, from Richmond-upon-Thames to Oxford, on Sunday. She completed the course in 23 hours 26 minutes 17. On Saturday, Niamh Vincent was the first woman to finish the South Norwood parkrun, placing sixth overall out of

  • 5km’s & parkruns

    Andy Perks, from Striders of Croydon, ran very well to place first in the M50 age-group, and 17th overall out of 179 finishers, in the Serpentine five-kilometre road race at Hyde Park on Friday. His time of 17 minutes 24 was a new club age-group record. Club colleague Steve Corfield also ran well to place

  • London Marathon

    Striders of Croydon had an impressive total of 26 finishers in the TCS London Marathon on Sunday. They were led by Conor O’Hara-Barrett who ran very well to finish in a personal best 2 hours 54 minutes 50, lifting him to 29th place in Striders’ all-time club rankings. He was followed by Harry Madgwick-Lawton (2:56:13),

  • Marathons & 50 milers

    Striders of Croydon did well to place third in the East Surrey League road race at Ewell on Thursday. They were led by Tatsuya Okamoto who placed eighth out of 72 finishers, completing the 4.4 mile course in 25 minutes 00. Andy Perks was first in the M50 age-group and 16th overall (26:54), while Stephen

  • Sutton 10km

    Striders of Croydon produced some good performances in the Sutton 10-kilometre road race on Sunday, which was the first event in this year’s Surrey Road League. Phil Coales ran very well to place tenth out of 342 finishers (35:04) with Tatsuya Okamoto 17th (35:55), Andrew Aitken 21st (36:06) and Andy Perks completing the scoring quartet

  • Maidenhead 10-mile road

    Matthew Stone, from Striders of Croydon, ran well to place first in the M60 age-group, and 52nd overall out of 859 finishers, in the Maidenhead 10-mile road race on Good Friday. He set a new club age-group record of 61 minutes 31. Club colleague Mick Turner was 347th (80:20). On Saturday, Rachel Lindley ran well

  • Serpentine 5K

    Andrew Aitken, from Striders of Croydon, ran very well to place 14th out of 164 finishers in the Serpentine 5K race at Hyde Park on Friday, recording 17 minutes 13. Andy Perks also ran well to place first in the M50 age-group and 28th overall in a personal best of 17:55. Simon Lewis placed 71st

  • parkruns

    Martin Filer, from Striders of Croydon, ran well to place first out of 121 finishers in the Riddlesdown parkrun on Saturday. He completed the five-kilometre course in 19 minutes 26. Rachel Lindley was the first woman to finish the Epworth parkrun in Lincolnshire, placing second overall out of 38 finishers (20:26). Niamh Vincent was the

  • East Surrey Cross Country League

    Striders of Croydon produced some good performances in the East Surrey League five-mile cross-country race at Lloyd Park on Saturday. They were led by Phil Coales who ran well to finish fifth (33:06). Tatsuya Okamoto was sixth (33:25), Andy Perks tenth (35:03) and Rob Lines completed the scoring team in 12th (35:24). For the B

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