I was shocked and saddened to hear at Sunday's fyb of the passing of Brian Campbell back in August. Brian's brother Stewart had travelled from Pembroke as has been his practice over the years. He typically travelled for our fybs and would meet and run with brother Brian here. This time however, sadly, there was no Brian to meet. Brother Stewart told me Brian, an accomplished and talented runner, had died suddenly of a heart attack back in August at home in Cornwall. From a note to me, tony dunbar, from Stewart: 'he was part of this club for many years and many of the regulars knew him well and always had fun running him I'm sure. Brian passed away 2017 Aug 04 at home in Cornwall of a heart attack, too soon he was 56 years old. On a lighter note my brother and myself always liked teasing you when we would come up from behind and say "There's our competition don't let Tony get away"!
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Our Montreal regulars, hugh and jean, had a clashing Montreal run to participate. Freeze your Buns 2 1K/5K; Sunday february 25, 11 am at the memorial Centre This is a reminder of the second run in the series coming up on Sunday. Start time for the 1K is 11am with the 5K scheduled to start at 11:15am. Details of fees, etc are available from the brrc races dropdown above. Roger Hawksby will be substituting for Janet Wynands for this one race in Janet's absence. Roger is no stranger to the event having been race director from 1997 until handing over to janet in 2008. Club membership, new and renewal, will again be available. Membership does bring significant perks in the form of various privileges and discounts to those master enrolling. Of course the club itself gains from the injection of seed money from the membership fees. This helps to meet the many costs and expenses, including charitable donations, bursaries, etc, involved in running a club such as brrc. Hence your support in taking out a membership is always appreciated.
Details of other runs, including tip, are being worked out and will be added to the schedule once firmed. The schedule as currently known may be accessed from the brrc races dropdown menu above. Freeze your first Buns 2 1K/5K; Sunday february 25 results the results have now been compiled and, together with a brief report, may be accessed by clicking here. Congrats to all 33 runners who braved the run after the early morning freezing rain that made conditions tricky but thankfully not dangerous. Our male winner was Ian loughrey in 21:57, while Christie reitsma was first female in 24:40. Roger Hawksby did a fine job substituting for the vacationing Janet Wynands. Roger was ably backed by a dedicated crew of volunteers. Thanks to you all. It was again good to see our regulars from Canton, peter and Toby, david and Jim from Kingston and Stewart Campbell, brother of the late Brian, all the way from Pembroke.
Race Schedule Update President Rhonda and her executive are continuing to work on finalizing the details for the brrc 2018 race schedule. The date of Friday june 8 has now been set for the p g vibrant living 5k run/Walk. The details for this popular writing evening run were worked out in conjunction with p g representative chris Robertson and the local police in terms of road closures, etc. Brenda young and Bernie cormier are the designated race directors. Other details re online registration, shirts, etc will follow. Details for the sunday july 1 Canada day run have also been finalized in conjunction with the city. This premier event on our club calendar will again be capably directed by murray tait.
Again club memberships will be available in the registration area. A membership form that includes fees, discounts, privileges, etc is available from the forms dropdown menu above. Invitation for breakfast* For those of you headed to the run tomorrow - there is a large table booked at Barley mow (2444 Parkedale ave) if you're interested in breakfast afterwards (byob - breakfast not beer!). It will be the large table near the front window. Newsletter and New Running Group Our tireless president Rhonda McNish has been busy again. She has put together a nicely colored and formatted Spring President's Message PrezMsg. This message is in effect a newsletter with lots of information on club events and happenings, Rhonda has also initiated a special running group geared towards those new to road running or are re-entering the scene after an absence. The emphasis for this group will be on socialization. Our Other Runs dropdown above has the details under Group Runs.
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Go for it, buddy! Travelling with Ian will be mike crawford for an impressive 12th Boston. Brockville community Cleanup, saturday april 21, 10:30am to 12:00 Executive member Ed Eby is coordinating the club's participation in this annual community event. Per Ed: Sign up now stating your preferred meeting location. Ed's email: let us help keep our parks beautiful. Christie reitsma: queen of the Frozen Runs As reported, Christie reitsma was the overall female winner of the 2018 Freeze your Buns series just completed. Our club one archivist, rick Swift, searched the archives and found: This was Christie's fourth such victory.
Twenty one years separated her first and fourth win. She captured the title in 1997, 2004, 2005 and, of course, this year. Freeze your Buns no 3; Results A report together with results as submitted by race director Janet Wynands is now posted. To access click here Freeze your Buns no 3; Sunday march 25; 11am from the Brockville memorial Centre The last in this year's series of 3 1K/5K runs is scheduled for this Sunday. Forecast suggests cool but not very cold conditions. Commemorative shirts will be presented to those who registered for all 3 runs. See the brrc races schedule above for further details.
The intent is to draw your attention to these events and encourage your support. An additional button will eventually be added to our Other Runs dropdown menu, but in the interim, here are the details of a couple of upcoming such community events: Community Cleanup April 21, 2018, the brrc took part in this significant event. A crew of club members, organized by Ed Eby, cleaned up two separate sections of the Brock Trail, The trail of course forms a significant portion of our runs, particularly the saturday morning jaunts. Donation to the food Bank recently president Rhonda McNish and executive member Ian loughrey presented a cheque for 600 to the local food Bank. The cheque represented the net proceeds from the 2018 three freeze your Buns runs.
Boston Conquered It was cold and it was wet and it was windy, but our hardy canadian lads doggedly stuck to the task and finished in style. First timer Ian loughrey finished in 3:41:54 while the veteran mike crawford completed his twelfth Boston in 3:16:54. Congrats to you two warriors and recover well. Also hats off to Stewart Campbell from Pembroke, a regular at our fybs and other races, for his 3:46:28 finish. All three runners, ian, mike and Stewart ran times well under the qualifying age category standards for the 2019 Boston Marathon. You get to do it all again! Ian is Boston bound good luck to ian loughrey as he takes on his first Boston Marathon on Monday, april 16, patriots' day. Ian met the qualifying standard for this prestigious event and has been training hard ever since. He is sure to do well and we will be tracking his progress as he makes his way from the start line at Hopkinton, over heartbreak hill and on to the finish line on boylston Street in Boston.
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Hardy park at Water and Home and not from Blockhouse Island. Online registration is available by clicking here. This link also gives further information, including a course map, the biography nature of the event, etc. Race site registration opens at 5pm on Friday. Fees are 10 for all individuals, brrc members and non-members alike, with a 30 family fee. Community runs, the executive has decided to draw attention to a category of runs which are local, non-club events. These will be highlighted here on the website under a separate category, community runs.
Heartiest congratulations to paula wiltse on her gifted very well-deserved nomination for induction into the Brockville and Area sports Hall of Fame. Paula has been an elite class runner for many years and has been recognized nationally and internationally for her running success over many distances from 5K to the marathon. Paula is also an accomplished coach and many of our members have benefitted from her expertise in this area. Paula joins others of our running community in the hall of Fame (hof bob Tucker, ron Hungerford, kevin beatty, tony dunbar and Marianne carlyle. The hof gala dinner takes place on Thursday, june 14 at the memorial Centre with the official induction ceremony to follow on Friday, june 15, again at the memorial Centre. Reminder re the p g vibrant living 5k run/Walk. The latest edition of this popular evening run takes place this. Friday, june 8 at 6:30pm. Please note registration and start.
join me in wishing them much success during their post-secondary studies next year! Our club is very proud to support them in their efforts! Canada day milk run Online registration. Online registration for the july 1 run, a premier event on the brrc race calendar, may be accessed. Check the race schedule from the. Brrc races dropdown menu above for further race details. P g results, the results of the recent p g run may now be accessed from the running by design website. Clicking Here, paula wiltse to be Inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame.
Membership is still open, so sign with up soon. Canada day milk run Results. A great turnout today in the 26th annual Canada day 5Km/1Km run. The event itself goes back even further where there was also a 10km run. Congrats to race director Murray tait and crew for organizing another enjoyable and festive kickoff to Brockville's Canada day celebrations. To access the results as compiled by the running goat timing team from Perth Ontario, click here, as was announced prior to the race, there was no official timing for the 1K run. We do have the top 3 gender finishers: Male: 1) Jonah Hawes 2) Cohen Merkley 3) Caleb Conlon. Female: 1) Rowan Forbes 2) pearl Hare 3) avery merkley. For an extensive selection of great photos as taken by kerri barlow, Click here.
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Note: If the menu system should get a bit out of shredder line on your new-fangled device, just click on the logo featuring the beloved 'chicken' to straighten things out. A logo click will also take you back to the homepage at any time. Race series points After 4 events. Our Montreal member Hugh Wilson recently completed the compilation of the brrc race series points up to and including the june p. To access the age category results for females. Click here and for the male results, click here, please note that the summary contains points gained by all competitors, current brrc members and non-members alike, who ran in some or all of the four races. For eligibility to be included in the final points tally and to qualify for an end of season award, you must be a club member and have competed in at least 3 of the season's runs.