Sunday, May 28, 2017

Moulton & Bonia Win The Mile

Levi Moulton won the open event at Sunday morning's ANE Mile in a time of 4 minutes 41 seconds with Evan Knight right on his heels in 4:43 and Gerald Power taking 3rd in 5:06. In the ladies open race it was Camryn Bonia for 1st in 5:32 followed by Shantal Lockyer in 5:53 and Susan Martyn in 6:04.

In the school division it was Aaron Reid from MQP Elementary for 1st place in 6:02, then Ethan Pittman from MacDonald Drive JH in 6:11 and Evan Menchion from MQP Elementary in 6:19. For the girls it was 1st place to Jorja Roff from St. Francis in 6:33, then Reagan Strang from DC Jamieson in 7:12 and Bridgit Dunne from Rennies River in 7:53.

Results for all 118 competitors are at THIS LINK.

Photos from the NLAA at THIS FACEBOOK ALBUM

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Carved By The Sea 10K Bay Roberts July 16

Registration is now open for the Carved By The Sea 10K in Bay Roberts. Race is set for 10am Sunday July 16 with race morning bib/chip pick-up at the start line by the SAR building. If you're in St. John's on Saturday before the race you can get your kit at Spartan Fitness 71 O'Leary Avenue from 2-4pm.

CLICK HERE to register now.


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Bicycle NL Weekly Seniors (50+) Ride


BNL is starting up a weekly ride for anyone 50+ years old aka a Seniors Ride! Riders of all abilities are welcome especially novice riders as this is a great opportunity to get out with a group on very low-traffic routes such as the railbed.

Meet at the Bowring Park west end gravel parking lot 9am Wednesdays starting tomorrow May 24. There is no cost other than a BNL membership which you can pick up at bnl.nf.ca. Helmets are mandatory and you should also bring a water bottle, a spare tube, and a couple of bucks for a coffee stop.

For further information email admin@bnl.nf.ca.

McIlroy Running Wales 5-Day Dragon's Back Race

Caroline McIlroy is one of 223 runners in Wales for the 5-day legendary Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race, a "5-day 315k journey with 15500 metres of ascent across wild, trackless, remote and mountainous terrain".

Caroline finished Day 1 yesterday in 10 hours 7 seconds in 3rd place with 4 days to go.

We wish her the best of luck and you can follow her progress at THIS LINK.

Photo from @therealberghaus Twitter account.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Race To The Sea August 11 & 12


Race to the Sea is an annual relay race on the Southwest Coast beginning in Cape Anguille and ending at Rose Blanche for a total of 120k. 11 legs vary in distance and difficulty with various terrains including pavement, gravel, trails and beaches, incorporating four historic lighthouses along the way!

This year's race is August 11 and 12 with opening ceremonies Friday evening and the race beginning 7am Saturday morning. For more information and registration email Kimberley at racetothesea@gmail.com visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/race2c or visit their website at https://www.lecu.ca/Home/InOurCommunity/RacetotheSea/.