LATEST:     -- Club runs Tue 12th at Honeysuckle Lane / Thu 14th at Nepcote (post codes below) --


[updated: 21st June 2018]

  • WSFRL Hove Park: Better turn out for this race with 10 runners scoring 79 league points (that is with Scotts missing points added). All the results on the WSFRL page. Next up is the Downland Dash 5M run. Remember: this on a Saturday, (detals on the WSFRL page)
  • Pick of some of the upcoming local races:

    17th Jun – Felpham 5
    24th Jun – Heathfield 10K
    1st Jul – Bewl Water 15M

  • Changing First Claim club: From the 11th Jan 2017, England Athletics registered runners must use a new online process to change their first claim club. This only applies to EA registered runners
  • England Athletics Registration: Please read this briefing from UKA regarding changes to UKA registration and entry to races held under UKA rules. It is saying that each athlete MUST be UKA registered with a personal registration in order to enter under a club name, meaning using the GRR club UKA registration number is no longer permitted. The only other option is to enter UKA affiliated races as “Unattached”.It is also worth noting that if you are a member of more than one club, you must enter under your ‘first claim’ club for any race with a UKA or TRA permit
  • Media Reviews Some recent running related articles of interest:
    – Four running myths busted
    – Why do hills? All you need to know about hill running
    – Runners World Article on knee osteoarthritis in runners
    – Runners World Article maintaining good hydration when on running in hot weather
    – The dangers on Ibuprofen: No links from here, but there’s an article in the current Trail Running magazine about the dangers of talking Ibuprofen when running in excess of the half marathon distance. Ibuprofen can damage the kidneys and on long runs and with blood supply diverted to muscles, there is a greater risk of kidney damage and its use is not recommended
    – Marathon tips :The golden rules of marathon running. We all know them and for whatever reason we all occasionally break them. The last 10K is where races are won or targets met…
    – Ultra running :Why do it? Maybe here’s why. This especially works for the editor of this page… Witnessing ‘lesser’ athletic specimens defeat athletes who are physically superior to them because of some eternal drive or spirit is what keeps me in this sport…

June Club Night
Training Runs:


Tue 5th Meet at Honeysuckle Lane car park
Thu 7th Meet at Honeysuckle Lane car park
Sun 10th WSFRL Hove Park 5K @ 11am
Tue 12th Meet at Honeysuckle Lane car park
Thu 14th Meet at Nepcote
Tue 19th Meet at Nepcote
Thu 21st Meet at Nepcote
Sat 23rd WSFRL Downland Dash @ 12:30
Tue 26th Meet at Hill Barn Rec car park
Thu 28th Meet at Hill Barn Rec car park

Sat Nav locations for our summer meeting points:

  • Hill Barn Lane car park: BN14 9QG. Car park is opposite the entrance to the golf club
  • Sea Lane Café: BN12 4HR
  • Honeysuckle Lane: BN13 3BT. Car park is at the end of the lane
  • Nepcote: BN14 0SQ. The parking area is on the left before the tree line and house on right
  • Sainsburys: BN14 9LA. Park in the NE corner of Sainsburys car park and walk through to the road where the metal barrier blocks the road on the way up to Worthing United FC ground

General Info:

The History of the West Sussex Fun Run League. Tim Boone of Arunners has written a book on the history of the WSFRL beginning with its formation some 30 years ago. As well as covering the historical development of the league, last year Tim ran every WSFR league race and in the book he describes his experiences of each in “full colour”! (An excerpt from our Hangover 5 race is on the Hangover 5 Tab). After recovering costs, all proceeds go to charity.

New Member Flyer for Notice Boards.You can download and print copies of the flyer for new members by clicking this link. There are also copies on the club notice board.

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