Volunteering At The 2019 Virgin London Marathon Water Station

For the 2019 Virgin London Marathon (VLM) the event’s organisers London Marathon Events are implementing some new rules which include no under 14year olds and a new online registration system for all volunteers.

The new rules and regulations are a key part of improving safety and security at the event, The online registration will enable VLM to communicate details and updates to all Volunteers more efficiently and help them (VLM) be accountable for all  the volunteers working at the event.

Each individual will  be asked to fill in their OWN details as well as select their own clothing size and  enter any other specific / personal details the event may require.

Please be advised that you will also be asked to submit a photo that meets the specifications detailed in the system (passport style), if not you will need to repeat the process.

Facebook profile pictures and low quality photos should not be used!

Once volunteer groups are signed up onto the system VLM will be able to allocate you to a specific role, hopefully the Mile 22 Water Station

If you, your family members or any friends would like to Volunteer and help Team PWAC at this year’s VLM please email me at the email address below and I will send you the link to enable you to enter your details.

Regards

Richard Elliott

VLM Volunteer Team Leader

Mob: 07970817664

Email: richard.elliott@hotmail.co.uk

Pentathon Cup and Age Grading Update – January 2019

The attached table shows the current standings for the 2018/2019 Pentathon Cup competition inclusive all results reported to the website up to the middle of January.

Remember to qualify for the competition you must complete 5 of the 7 standard race distances by the end of August 2019.

The standard distances are 5k, 5mile, 10k, 10 mile, ½ marathon, 20 mile and marathon.

Remember whilst we endeavour to pick up most results it is your responsibility to ensure all your results are on the website for inclusion in the competition.

If you have any queries about the competition or the use of age gradings please catch me at club training or send me an e-mail.

John Tolhurst

PWAC Road Running Rep.

PWAC Club Grand Prix 2019

The events for the PWAC club grand prix for 2019 are as follows:-

March         Any parkrun during the month at Malling

April            Any parkrun during the month at Tonbridge

May            7th Hildenborough 5 mile

June            9th Kings Hill 10k

July             15th Staplehurst 5 mile

August       4th East Peckham 10k

September 1st Weald 10k

Bonus        Best result from the summer Club 5k handicap races

There is no restriction on the number of races to count for the individual men’s and ladies trophy winners.

The rules and scoring system remain as previous years, we hope many of you will take part and create a similar club atmosphere as we did at a number of events last year.

Any queries or questions please see me at club night or send me an e-mail.

John Tolhurst

PWAC Road running rep.

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URGENT – Tuesday Night Track Access

Please be aware that hammer throw coaching takes place every Tuesday evening between 5:30pm and 6:30pm.

For health and safety reasons the track cannot be used whilst throwing is taking place.

All members are asked to be aware of this restriction and that entry to the track is forbidden during these times.

PWAC Club Grand Prix – February 2018 Update

The attached table shows the current position for this year’s PWAC club grand prix.

After 2 events in the ladies competition Fiona Buckingham leads from Sue Chivers and Mandy Barker.

After 2 events in the men’s competition David Sampson leads from Nick Denbow and Simon Barker.

The next events counting towards the 2018 trophies are:-

  • May     Any of the Saturday Parkruns at Malling
  • April    Any of the Saturday Parkruns at Tonbridge

Please support this club competition if you can.

The Larkfield 10k has been moved from May to September this year so another event will need to be nominated for May.

If you have any suggestions for events which could be included for the May To October for this year’s competition please let John Tolhurst know by Mid-March. The remaining events for the 2018 competition will then be published.