Presentation on theme: "Wingate Road Runners Newsflash Dear Athlete, Hope you are all settled in into the new year! From this week it will sure start to get hectic with school."— Presentation transcript:
Wingate Road Runners Newsflash Dear Athlete, Hope you are all settled in into the new year! From this week it will sure start to get hectic with school starting on Wednesday and the traffic returning to abnormal. Good luck to all the parents and kids for the school year! Have a great week!! IMPORTANT INFO Time Trial starts at 17:45 Please Remember your reflector belts!! Runners and Walkers Welcome!! BELANGRIKE DATUMS Tuesday 4 February Light meal after TT 12 April – Loskop Weekend Away Details to follow this week! Name8km5km Alwyn Annandale34:24 Jaco Botha34:27 Vernon Hohls39:12 Yvette Human39:12 Andre Human39:12 Hein Swart39:59 Michael Navarria41:23 Johan van Wyk42:56 Dirk Visser44:28 Hein du Toit44:46 Leon Spamers52:30 Christelle Smith53:40 De Wet Luttig56:55 Thelma Roodt56:55 Reinette Jooste56:55 Tanja vd Merwe58:32 Eric Smuts60:33 Sean Goldberg67:00 Jean-Michel Prat77:00 Max Visagie (Trail)45:00 Nicole Meyer 34:14 Lindy Linden 34:33 Suna Vermeulen 41:29 Heidi Coetzee 46:06 Jannie Coetzee 46:06 Lynn Goldberg 53:00 TIME TRIAL RESULTS 2014/01/ MEMBERS INFO AND REGISTRATION A very warm welcome to all our new as well as our old members!! Please remember to register online and pay. For those of you who still want your 2013 number, you have until the end of the week to register and pay. Ill be at the club on Tuesday again to hand our license numbers, please bring along your proof of payment. Only members who registered and paid will receive our sms messages.
Wingate Road Runners Newsflash 2014 TENT RACES AND CHAMPIONSHIPS 25 January – Akasia 3-in-1 (42.2km, 21.1km, 10km) 1 February – McCarthy (21.1km, 10km) 8 February – Bronkhorstspruit (32km, 10km) 23 February – Deloitte (42.2km, 21.1km, 10km) 15 March – Om die Dam 29 March – Denel (21.1km, 10km) 12 April – Loskop (Weekend Away) Easter Weekend – Club Run 1 May – Wally Hayward (42.2km, 21.1km, 10km) Club Championships 42km: You can run any marathon between 1 January and 30 September and we will use your best time. If you ran a marathon where the results are not available on the Race Results website, it is your responsibility to let us know of your time. 21km and 10km: You can run any of the tent races up to two weeks before the yearend function (date still to be confirmed) and we will use your best time over the distance to work out the championships medals. To be in line with South African Masters Athletics (SAMA) rules, championship medals will be awarded in 5 year age categories from the age of 35. On a regular basis we will update the ranking list of all three championships distances, so that you can see what your position is. Please join us and make sure that you do participate at the tent races. KOPKRAPPER Saturday, 18 January George PWC Offices, Menlyn 21.1km Walk – R60 start 5: km Run – R60 start 6:00 10km Run – R40 start 6:15 10km Walk – R40 start 6:30 5km – R20 start 7:00 Saturday, 25 January Akasia Wonderboom Shopping Centre 42.2km – R100 start 5: km – R70 start 5:45 10km – R50 start 6:00 5km – R30 start 6:10 THIS IS A TENT RACE – JOIN AS AFTERWARDS FOR REFRESHMENTS Saturday, 8 February Bronkhorstspruit Hoërskool Erasmus 32km – R100 start 6:00 10km – R50 start 6:00 THIS IS A TENT RACE – JOIN AS AFTERWARDS FOR REFRESHMENTS Saturday, 15 Feburary Bestmed LC de Villiers 21.1km – Pre-entries only start 6:00 10km – start 6:30 5km – start 6:40 (prices to be confirmed)
Wingate Road Runners Newsflash HAPPY BIRTHDAY Wingate RR wishes everyone who celebrates their birthday a blessed day and a year filled with happiness, love, friends and everything nice. January Birthdays 3 January – Mike Williams 9 January – Basil Faktor 12 January – Leoni Els 21 January – Toinette vd Merwe 25 January – Carole de Waal 26 January – Dave v Veenhuyzen IN CLOSING Sorry for last weeks in closing – I didnt realize I already placed it in the newsletter, oops!! Hope this one is newish !! Tis a Miracle indeed Murphy drops some buttered toast on the kitchen floor. It lands butter-side-up. He looks at what he has done in astonishment, for he knows its a law of nature that buttered toast always falls butter-down. He rushes round to the presbytery to fetch the priest. He tells the priest that he thinks a miracle has happened round at his flat. He wont say what it is but wants Friar Flannagan to see it with his own eyes. He brings Friar Flannagan into the kitchen and asks him what he sees on the floor." Well, says the priest, its pretty obvious what we have here. Someone dropped some buttered toast, and then for some reason flipped it over so that the butter was on top. No, Father, I dropped it and it landed like that. Well, Friar Flannagan says, its certainly a natural law of the universe that dropped toast never falls butter side up. But its not for me to say its a miracle. Ill report the matter to the bishop, and have him send people round, to interview you, take photos, etc. An investigation of some rigour is conducted, not only by priests of the archdiocese, but by scientists sent from the Curia in Rome. The final ruling is a negative, however. It reads: It was certainly an extraordinary event that occurred in Murphys room, quite outside the normal run of the phenomena. Yet we have to be very cautious before Ruling any happening miraculous, ruling out all possible natural explanations. In this case we have declared no miracle as it possibly resulted from Murphy's having buttered the toast on the wrong side. Until next week, Happy Running! Natascha de Jager