Summer series vet prize for Nigel

PUBLISHED: 14:56 07 October 2015 | UPDATED: 14:56 07 October 2015

Nigel Charman.

Nigel Charman.


Clevedon Athletic Club member Nigel Charman has been awarded the vet 50 prize for the Aztec 5k summer series.

Congratulations go to Clevedon Athletic Club member Nigel Charman, who was awarded the vet 50 prize for the Aztec 5k summer series.

Aztec 5k winter series results: Neil Maston 19.00; Joanne Gallagher 19.18; Tom Abrahams 19.53; Robin Hambly 19.56; James Hester 20.12; Nigel Charman 20.49.

Several new members from the latest intro to running group are now racing regularly and thanks go to leader Mike Andrews for guiding their progression over the last few months.

The club is offering an introduction to running course, ideal if you are new to running or you are a runner new to a structured session with a focus on improving your technique.

All abilities are catered for, visit the club website for an entitlement form and further information.

The next session starts at 6.15pm and will be held twice weekly over eight weeks and is run by fully qualified UKA coaches. This is a proven route, with the course now into its fourth year.

If you wish to join in with the success of Clevedon Athletic Club, come along to one of its sessions and give it a go. The club meet at various times for training, including a weekly indoor cross training session at Clevedon School Gym on Mondays at 7pm.

The weekly Tuesday and Thursday running sessions start at 7pm where we meet at Clevedon School Field on Tuesday and Strode Leisure Centre, Clevedon, on Thursday. Other coached sessions are also offered over the weekends.

Further information is now available on the club website

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