RHAC: About Our Club


Herringthorpe Stadium
Middle Lane South
Rotherham S65 2HR
General Club Nights Monday & Wednesday 6.30pm

Touch or hover mouse to hold slide. Track & Field, Road, Cross Country- others in prep
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Track & Field 2018

RHAC competes in the following leagues:-
Northern League 2EC
YDL UAG East 2
YDL LAG Premier 2
South Yorks League

RHAC track team at Derby 5/5/16


Road 2018

Our policy: to compete in all county, area, and national road relays
2016: qualified for the 12 stage national relays for the 11th year in a row
RH women 6-stage 5th in National

National 12-stage start (Sutton Coldfield)


Cross Country 2018

All athletes supported in South Yorks, Yorkshire, Northern & National championships and relay events

National XC Bronze Medallists 2015

Northern: 61 athletes entered, 7 complete teams: U15 girls 3rd team, Sen Women 3rd, Senior men 9th
National: 65 athletes entered, 7 complete teams: U15 girls 6th, U17 men 9th, Senior women 4th


PAWSON ROTHERHAM 10K 6/3/18
Wesite is here (rotherham10k.co.uk)
The site is not yet complete but it is online and entries are being taken
Go to the site or use our own website entry system
Forms can be downloaded but will be available at RHAC

KMR#12 BRAITHWELL BOXING DAY
RESULTS HERE
Final Series positions after 12 races below- winners with black markers
Well done all 5 RHAC winners
RESULTS HERE

NEWSMAIL
Due later this week (wb 4/12) with news items, fixtures, KMR positions, new running group organisation, holiday dates and arrangements etc. Let me have any reports or results you want included.
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ROTHERHAM SCHOOLS RESULTS are HERE
results are final (one runner unidentified in boys 3/4. Times have been added

ROUND ROTHERHAM RESULTS are HERE
(external link)

WICKERSLEY CHASE
Saturday 30th Sept Nice event, thanks to runners, marshals, providers and supporters
PROVISIONAL RESULTS
Course Comments and Information

KMR Standings are being updated following reported data errors

TOFFEE RUN Thursday 17/8/17 KMR#8
PROVISIONAL RESULTS HERE
Results not yet confirmed at UKA

MILTON RACE 19th July CERTIFIED 5k
find it in 'our events'
2017 RESULTS
Thanks to runners, marshals and admin. Current KMR standings soon

ULLEY RES RESULTS and COMMENT
The result list is HERE
It was a very difficult night for both running and organising. Many thanks for taking part, and we hope you found it a rewarding evening
We had lost property: now claimed
Next KMR is the Abbey Dash at Maltby on Weds 5th July followed by a new 5k course at Rockingham (Greasbrough) for the Milton Arms Race on Weds 19th July (will be certificated by then)

click for KANTER RESULTS 6/6/17
Thanks to Kimberworth for the race and results
(first category is UKA category, 2nd is for awards in this race)

RELAY RESULTS and REPORTS
LIVE team arrival sheet & comment
LIVE results & fastest times
3. full report & pictures

kmr#2 MEMORIAL RACE: results
Provisional Results Here
RH presence at the race: entries 33, 32 finishers. Well done all
See you at Clifton park. PH

Provisional Results Here
5k in Clifton Park:
Sun May 7th 2017
Measured course, three laps
Event website here   Course

Great RH Times at Retford
A whole batch of impressive times from the Retford Half with a fine turn-out of black vests. Including Jenny Blizard first V35 and second overall, Anne Homer marching up the rankings,Richard Harris in the 1.14's and welcome back to Dave Tune looking sprightly at 1.15. Full Report from Ian Whyman (pb on the day!!)

2016 Awards Evening
Saturday 1st April 2017
Tickets are £3 adults, £2 junior or in Full time education. (includes raffle prize draw)
Tickets can be obtained from the club room on training nights, or at the door on the night
The list of award winners (incl. road) can be viewed via this link  

Archive: 2015 Round Rotherham Results
results can be found here

Posted Wed 31 Jan 18
North England Gold for Boys at Harewood

U15 Boys were crowned North of England XC Champions at Harewood last week as the ladies continued to impress all round, with two team bronze medals.

Northern Cross Country Championships: Harewood House 27th January 2018

The harriers again had a strong entry for this second of the 2018 championships - following their good performances 3 weeks earlier at the county championships. The bulk of the athletes who had competed in the Yorkshire event were again competing, but were augmented by some who had competed in the Derbyshire championships, and their contribution was to have a marked effect on the U15 boys team results.

The venue had never before been used for these championships, and the rolling landscape of the South Park - created by Lancelot "Capability" Brown - was always going to create a challenging and varied course for all the races. One advantage of all the available space, is that a lap of 6Km long is possible for the senior men, which means that the 12Km race distance can be covered in 2 laps - which reduces the problem of the race leaders being slowed by the mass of runners they would ordinarily encounter over a 3 lap event.

The week leading up to the event had seen Storm Georgina bring very heavy rain, and this had a double effect, parking on the grass areas needed much work to ensure that cars did not become stuck; and it also meant some areas of the course laps were very wet, with ankle deep mud.

However, the clubs athletes - with many months of hill training behind them on Herringthorpe playing fields - were well prepared and produced the best club performance at this level for many years.

The club athletes had 7 complete teams (races have 4 athletes to score in the team race, with 6 to score for the senior men) and of those teams 6 finished in the first 10 - an incredible performance when you look at the strength of the clubs and athletes across the North.

Pride of place went to the U15 boys team, who after a nail biting wait were confirmed as the winning team, but it was very close!

Both the first 2 teams (Rotherham & Hallamshire - who had been battling all winter in the South Yorkshire league races) had the same points total - 186, and the deciding factor was the finishing position of the clubs 4th finisher. Sam Gilson was our 4th scorer in 100th position, whereas the Hallamshire 4th placed athlete was 113th.

The winning quartet - Eliot Morton, Will Beaton, Joshua Wragg and Sam Gilson, richly deserved the win. The trophy shows that exactly 40 years earlier, in 1978, Rotherham had won the same cup - helped no doubt by the presence of future Commonwealth, Olympic and world title holder Peter Elliot in that team.

There were two further team medals won by Harrier's teams - The U17 womens team of Mya Taylor, Cyane Robinson, Emma Ball and Keiva Rennocks won a well deserved team bronze, behind winners Vale Royal AC and Liverpool Harriers.

Mya's 4th place and Cyane's 6th place were the best individual placings on the day.

The senior women's team who have previously won gold in 2015, bronze in 2016, and silver in 2017 won their 4th team medal in a row, finishing 3rd - with 170 points - behind very strong teams from Sale (132 points) and Leeds city (158 points). The team of Sophie Cowper, Natasha Hatswell, Emma Parkinson & Zara Knappy were also strongly supported by Steph Burns, whose 43rd finishing position would have guaranteed the bronze team medals had any of the first 4 faltered.

Further club athletes managed top 10 finishing positions as follows: Joe Massingham 7th in the U 20 men's race, and Elliot Morton 10th in the U15 boys race.

The senior mens team wnet one better than last year with an impressive 8th team place - achieved by some great packing of individuals - with all the scoring 6 inside the first 100 finishers, led home by Elliot Smales in a very impressive 29th spot. Sale harries won the team race from leeds City in 2nd some 26 points behind.

The club goes from strength to strength - there were many great indiviudal performances here, and we look forward now to the National Championships on the 23rd February at Parliament Hill, London.

Rotherham Results

U13 Boys 3Km Team 5th 226 points

1st 10:44 Joshua Blevins North Shields Polytechnic.

28th 11:43 Joshua Gilbert, 58th 12:05 Luke Parker, 59th 12:05 George Browne, 80th 12:19 Thomas Bowman, 89th 12:25 Alex Brand, 125th Reece Levitt 12:50, 220th 14:56 Harry Stroughair.

U13 Girls Team 3Km 9th 286 points

1st 11:35 Holly Weedall Vale Royal AC

36th 12:35 Olivia Bell, 50th 12:43 Amelia Topliss, 98th 13:18 Marci Walsh, 102nd 13:21 Miya Lambert,131st 13:43 Evie Thomson, 192nd 14:48 Cadence Taylor.

U15 Boys 4 Km Team 1st 178 points

1st 13:51 Archie Lowe Middlesborough AC

10th 14:36 Elliot Morton, 32nd 15:02 Will Beaton, 42nd 15:19 Joshua Wragg, 100th 16:07 Sam Gilson, 148th 17:12 Jack Steele, 152nd 17:15 Jay Jessop.

U15 girls 4Km Team 18th 596 points

1st 15:23 Sian Heslop Macclesfield Harriers

139th 20:06 Abby Stroughair, 144th 20:13 Lahana Vardy, 146th 20:17 Ciara Mullane, 167 21:24 Elina Hine.

U17 men 6 Km (RH No team)

1st 20:05 Rory Leonard Morpeth Harriers & AC

65th 23:17 Jack Stokes, 85th 24:23 Oliver Jervis.

U17 Women 5.5Km team 3rd 97 points,

1st 20:48 Ella McNiven Liverpool Harriers

4th 21:13 Mya Taylor, 6th Cyane Robinson, 30th 23:56 Emma Ball, 57th 25:24 Keiva Rennocks, 62nd 25:56 Bethany Mount, 75th 27:01 Emily Holden.

Junior Men 8Km

1st 27:07 Emile Cairess Leeds City AC

7th 28:18 Joe Massingham.

Senior Men 12Km Team 8th 396 points

1st 39:50 Carl Avery Morpeth Harriers

29th 41:52 Elliot Samles, 61st 43:43 Dan Kestrel, 69th 44:06 Aidan Johnson, 74th 44:14 Jonny Johnson, 79th 44:27 Aaron Larkin, 89th 44:59 Richard Harris, 168th 47:34 Gareth Sampson, 183rd 47:51 Kyle Craib, 216th 48:55 Philip Hoole, 495th 56:11 John Comrie, 511th Howard Darwin 56:58.

Senior Women 8Km Team 3rd 81 points

1st 30:50 Mhairi McLennan Morpeth Harriers

10th 32:31 Sophie Cowper, 12th 32:40 Natasha Hatswell, 29th 33:32 Emma Parkinson, 30th 33:35 Zara Knappy, 43rd 34:23 Steph Burns.

Cleethorpes 10K , 1/1/18
Wed 03 Jan 18

Strong All Round at 2017 Northerns
Thu 21 Sep 17

National 12 & 6
Mon 17 Apr 17

RH Runners at Inter-counties
Wed 15 Mar 17

County XC Success Continues
Wed 11 Jan 17

British Masters- Stars and Medals
Wed 07 Dec 16

Gold All Round
Wed 21 Sep 16

Relays: 4 Team Golds
Wed 21 Sep 16

KMR Provisional Race dates 2018
	

KMR-1 Scholes Coppice Trail Race 18/03/2018
KMR-2 Maltby Memorial Race 02/05/2018
KMR-3 Kimmy Kanter 05/06/2018
KMR-4 Ulley Res 20/06/2018
KMR-5 Roche Abbey Dash 04/07/2018
KMR-6 Rockingham 5k (Milton)18/07/2018
KMR-7 Butchers Dog Leg 02/08/2018
KMR-8 Toffee Run 16/08/2017 tbc
KMR-9 Wickersley Chase 29/09/2018 tbc
KMR-10 Canal Race 04/11/2018 tbc
KMR-11 Santas Special 16/12/2018
KMR-12 Braithwell Boxing Day Race 26/12/2018

The race dates are currently being verified. 
This applies especially to those listed as 'tbc' 
ie they are to be confirme

2nd Annual Club Relays
4-Stage Relays (4 x 1mile)
Results Here
Full Result
Fastest Stages

Thanks for 2 errors now corrected (JM,RH)
Unfortunate that we could not award fastest stages on the night, I will try to find opportunity to award the prizes (but at least we will pass them on). I think the results are now correct but they remain provisional. Please report any correction needed. If this is correct:

Since we exclude fastest stage runners if they already were in the winning team (ie received a prize) the awards will go to
Stage 1: Richard Harris and Dillon Siddons
Stage 2: Jonathan Greaves and Emma Ball
Stage 3: Neil Mason and Yaseem Salih
Stage 4: John Spencer and team24 stage runner (lost my note, please report identity)
Last Year's Results

PRINCE in the PARK 22 July 2015
LAST YEAR'S RESULTS

Thanks to all runners and helpers
Current list of KMRT races after 9 events
This is a 3.5Mb excel file DOWNLOAD

In2Athletics Competition 5th May 2015
Thanks to all the athletes for taking part.
 The results files are below. 
 (Please note that the U10 boys results are revised) 

Individual Results are here
Team Results are here