We have a wide range of club competitions, find out about each one below.
Mike Cloke Memorial Handicap
The aim of the Thursday Night Handicap is to give each runner the opportunity to test their current training levels against the clock over a set distance. Each runner is given a handicap time and sets off at intervals according to this time from 19:00hrs. Following the handicap all runners will be able to reflect on their performance to assess their future training needs, which can be discussed with any of our qualified coaches.
Results: View the latest Handicap results
Current Division 1 Winner: John Leonard
Current Division 1 Runner Up: Dave Hart
Current Division 2 Winner: Linda Radford
Current Division 2 Runner Up: Alex Radford
Hart Road Runners Multi Race Challenge (Bob Muat Trophy)
A handicapped challenge of your best nine performances from a maximum of thirty races of various distances, selected by the club between April – March each year.
Rules: View the MRC Rules
The races currently included are: Brighton Marathon, London Marathon, Alton 10 mile, Hook 6 or 10 mile, Yateley 10k series, Victory 5, Basingstoke Half Marathon, Fleet 10k, Gosport Half Marathon, Stubbington 10k, Wokingham Half Marathon, Bramley 20/10, Fleet Half Marathon, Lordshill 10 mile, Overton 5 mile, Solent half marathon, Hayling 10 miles.
Current Winner: Greg Allin
Current Second: John Leonard
Current Third: Paul Burger
Club Champion (Janine Roberts Cup)
Awarded to the male and female member whose total time for the following three races is the lowest: Fleet 10k (Camberley 10K for 2019), Fleet Half Marathon, plus fastest recorded Thursday handicap time from April – March.
Current Winners: Lesley Locks and Steve Gumbrill
Runners Up: Claire Fletcher and James Wallace
Cross Country Awards
At the end of each Southern Cross Country League Season HRR will make an award to the male and female champion, using the following criteria:
- HRR runners to be awarded points dependant on their finishing position amongst other HRR male/female runners i.e. 1st HRR in 1 point, 2nd 2 points etc
- If you miss a race you are awarded points equal to the last male/female HRR in that race.
- Highest point score during the season is dropped.
- Person with lowest total points at the end of the season wins.
- In the event of a tie, person with lowest dropped score wins.
In addition to this a prize for any member doing all the races in a season will be awarded.
Current Winners: Sam Scott and Richard Wheeler
Men’s Captain Award Winners: Ross Maclagan
Ladies’ Captain Award Winners: Kathryn Goold
John Tasker Trophy
Awarded to any club member who achieves a sub 3 hour (men) or sub 3 ½ hour (women) marathon during the preceding year April to April.
Current winners: Chris Fawcett and Chris Boddy
Fleet Half Scratch Cup (Janine Francis Cup)
Awarded to the fastest male and female HRR member in the Fleet Half Marathon.
Current Winners: Lesley Locks and Steve Gumbrill
Fleet Half Handicap Trophy
A handicapped challenge at the Fleet Half Marathon, the winner being the member who has beaten their handicap by the most.
Current winner: Will Campbell-Barnard
Second: Helen Rossiter
Member of the Year
This is elected by the Club members at the end of the year and is done by a simple ballot. The criteria for member of the year are each member’s personal choice.
Current winner: Louise Apsey
The committee’s award to an outstanding member, who may not have been recognised within the club. This could be through their improved performance, enthusiasm, contributions, anything.
Current winner: Greg Allin
Awarded to a member who has achieved a particular outstanding goal during the preceding year. Does not necessarily have to be awarded each year if there are no suitable nominations.
Current winner: Lesley Locks
Volunteer of the Year
HRR cannot function without all the kind people who give up their time and volunteer at the many events and activities of the Club. This is Awarded to a member who is deemed to have volunteered for most events in the year.
Current winner: Nigel Marchant
Conceived by Spin, a former Club Chairman, the awards aim to reward runners for their racing achievements. Target times have been set for various distances for four levels of achievement – designated Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum – for all age groups. It isn’t possible to scan every list of race results and match runners times with an achievement award, so please claim your award by submitting your official race time via Heather Allen.
You will be awarded a certificate presented by a club representative in the pub. Presentations usually take place in the pub every quarter following the Thursday Handicap. Dates are announced in advance so you don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the support and applause of your fellow runners.
You can view previous winners of the awards by downloading the Awards Archive