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Derby Runner Bolsover 10k


Entry now open. Click Here to go to the race page to enter online or download an entry form for postal entry.


Chesterfield Marathon


14 September 2014


What a fantastic day, we had 61 members running in the full, half or relay races and many wearing club colours. Well done to everyone who took part and to all those others who were helping with the organisation or cheering from the side of the road. A brilliant atmosphere back in Queen's Park for the marathon finish.


Congratulations to Dave Archer (Mr Smurf) who won the half marathon race at a canter in 1:13:21, Tim Clayton was second in the marathon in 2:46:14, a new PB, and Nicola Wright was third lady in 3:26:00 also a PB.


You can download results below and here are links to photos and a video courtesy of Robert Scriven.


Chesterfield Half_Marathon_Results.pdf
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Chesterfield Full_Marathon_Results.pdf
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Chesterfield Team_Marathon_Results.pdf
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No Walk in the Park - 6 September

Thanks to everyone who  took part on Saturday, sorry for delay but results now available below for the 5k and children's fun run.


Race 10 will be on Saturday 4 October which means you have only 3 races to go if you want to qualify for prizes and a race t-shirt by completing at least 6 of the 12 races this year.


Download results Below and link to video by Eleanor & Robert Scriven here.

14 NWiP September.xls
Microsoft Excel Table [37.0 KB]

Chesterfield Community 5k

25 August 2014


Congratulations to Carl Allwood of Sutton in Ashfield Harriers, race winner in 16:25 who just held off Trenthan RC's Simon Myatt who finished second in 16:27. Third place went to Robert Chenery of Ipswich Jaffa in 16:32.  The ladies winner was Rotherham Harrier Steph Burns in 17:56 and 11th place overall. Ruth Wilson of Barton & District AC was second in 20:04 with Ripley AC's Lucy Taylor third in 20:12.


It was close for the Athletics club team trophy with North Derbyshire just ahead of Sutton in Ashfield by 3 points. The Business Team trophy went to Boots Chesterfield for the second year running.


Molly Meleady-Hanley was the fun run girls winner with Jake Monaghan the boys run winner.


Thanks to everyone for a great morning, sorry we couldn't provide better weather but hope everyone enjoyed the events.  Download results below for the 5k and the two fun runs.

Report from Chesterfield Post here.


2014 5k Result.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table [17.7 KB]

Thanks to Tesco for providing the water to all the runners along with goody bags for all finishers.


Booths Road League


Another great turnout at Shipley Hall Cricket Club with 46 finishers from NDRC, thanks to everyone who ran or supported on the night. We managed 2nd men and third women and crucially kept hold of second place over the 5 races for men, women and combined teams.


Updated results can be downloaded below.


Photos from Steve Kimberley click here.


Prize winners can be downloaded below, now updated after some errors.

Booths Road lg 2014 race 5.xls
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Booths Road lg - 2014 = prize winners.xl
Microsoft Excel Table [212.0 KB]

Brampton Brewery Chesterfield Spire 10 Mile


Sunday 6 July 2014


Well done to everyone who ran in the 10 mile and fun run, results can be downloaded below.


Congratulations to race winners Shelton Strider James Walker in 59:27 and first female Matlock's Christine Howard in 1:09:58. With race sponsor Brampton Brewery providing the prizes, I Think Shelton Striders may have gone home a little tipsy as they also had second place with Sam Pearch 1:0:08 and they won both male and female team prizes!


Robert Scriven was out on the course taking some photos click here and a video click here, thanks Robert.

2014 Spire Result.xlsx
Microsoft Excel Table [23.3 KB]

Marshals & Helpers


We wouldn't be able to hold the event without you so a big thank you to all the club members, friends and volunteers who turned up at Holmebrook Valley Park to help make the day a success.

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