Following a recent third place at the Berks, Bucks and Oxon champs Chilterns men’s veterans fielded another strong team at the South of England Athletics Association Cross Country Masters Event held at the familiar venue of Horspath, Oxford.
A grand total of 24 Chiltern Harriers young athletes have been selected to run for their counties at the prestigious Southern Inter Counties Cross Country Championships, being held at Oxford Horspath on December 13th.
Chiltern Harriers athletes of all ages took part in the Southern Inter Counties and Masters Championships at Oxford Horspath on Saturday.
The event is composed of Masters races which are club-based, interspersed with junior age-group races which are competed for by twelve strong south-eastern counties. See Jame's report on the Masters Races
Several Chiltern Harriers endurance runners are continuing with their running careers after leaving school.
Chiltern Harriers had several teams competing in the annual Berks, Bucks and Oxon Cross Country Championships, held this year at Upton Court Park in Slough.
Chiltern Harriers made good progress at the second of the season’s Chiltern Cross Country League matches to be third on the day and move up to third overall. The match was held at the new and interesting venue of The College Equestrian Centre in Keysoe, Bedfordshire.
On Sunday 12th October Chiltern Harriers' Seniors were in action in the popular Tring Ridgeway race - a 10 mile cross-country around the Ashridge Estate.
Chiltern Harriers got off to a very solid start in the new cross country season at Cassiobury Park, Watford on Saturday, finishing in fourth place in Division 1 in the first of the five-match series.
Seventeen young Chiltern Harriers took part for their county schools teams in the cross country season finale, the English Schools Championships, which took place at Donnington Park, Leicestershire on Saturday.