Saturday 12th May 2018 @ 10.30am
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Race Summary 2018
What a brilliant day, the weather was great and the running was very fast.
The 1st man was Carl Aldridge in 33.24 and 1st female was EJ Bailey in 41.56. The children's races were again very competitive and we saw some very fast times.
A big well done to everyone who ran, supported and all of the many volunteers and we hope to see you all again next year.
Barry Cornelius took about 830 photos, some at about 0.8M and the rest at 4.6M:
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The Chieveley Chase is a stunningly beautful 5.7 mile multi-terrain single lap race open to all over 16 years of age. The race will be held on Saturday May 12th 2018. Childrens' race starts 9.30am, adult race at 10.30am. All proceeds in aid of Chieveley School PTA.
The Chieveley Chase starts and finishing at Chieveley Village Hall. There will be ample parking for all vehicles at the hall on the day.
There will be age category prizes for the following;
- First 3 males and females
- Male 40+
- Female 35+
- Best Placed Chieveley Male
- Best Placed Chieveley Female
Plus spot prizes and goodie bags
Essentials For Runners
Ample parking, medical cover and bag storage available.
There will be a supply of bacon butties and a massage available to all runners before and after the race.
Course unsuitable for wheelchairs, bicycles, prams, pushchairs, iPods or dogs
Are there any local people out there who perhaps don't' want to run but would love to help raise funds for the school? "We still need some marshalls on the day so please let me know if you can help. Many thanks. Kim" .
All enquiries to race organiser Kim Newark, 07818 204553 or email@example.com
What they said in previous years
'Having run the Chieveley Chase, I'm just writing to say thank you. Brilliant organisation, friendly people, fantastic course - all in all a 10/10 experience. Well done!' Phil West, London, 2012
'Just wanted to say thanks very much to yourself and all of the helpers and marshalls who helped make today's race happen. It was very well organised and the marshalls on the route (what a lot of them!) were very encouraging. A challenging course but very enjoyable. Also a better goody bag than I've had at much more expensive runs. A great morning all round, thanks again' Tony Duck, Team Kennet, 2012
Chieveley Chase Results from Previous Years