10 Apr 2013

Race Calendar - 2013

Update - June 2016

You can now find a list of all my road racing results at http://www.andyparkhill.co.uk/p/race-results.html.

Just to post a list of the races I plan on running this year.  As you can see, I’m concentrating on 10K races (not surprising given my goals for the year), and a monthly attendance at my local Parkrun.  I’m also hoping to run a few slightly longer runs.
The races below marked in bold are races I have already signed up for:

Date Race Distance Result (Minutes) Pace (MPM)
February
Saturday 16th Portrush Parkrun 5K 5K 20:13 6:30
April
Sunday 21st Titanic Quarter 10K 10K 42:53 6:54
May
Saturday 4th Portrush Parkrun 5K 5K 20:55 6:44
Monday 6th Belfast City Marathon Team Relay C – 7.1 miles 54:00 (approx.) 7:36
Friday 17th Les Jones Memorial 10K 10K (actually about 9.5K) 39:42 6:44
June
Saturday 8th Larne Half Marathon 13.1 miles 96:56 7:24
Friday 14th Active Antrim 5 Mile Road Race 5 Miles 33:34 6:43
Sunday 23rd Great North 10K 10K 43:38 7:01
Thursday 27th Jude Gallagher Memorial Round The Bridges 10 Mile Road Run 10 Mile Road Run 70:00 7:00
July
Saturday 6th Portrush Parkrun 5K 5K
Saturday 20th Kennedy Kane McArthur Festival of Running 10K
Friday 26th NFU Mutual 5 Mile
August
Sunday 4th The World Police & Fire Games Half Marathon 13.1
Saturday 17th Portrush Parkrun 5K 5K
TBC Dessie’s Run 10K
September
Sunday 22nd Belfast City Half Marathon
December
TBC Seeley Cup 10K

So far, the Athletics NI race calendar doesn’t go further than the end of August, but I would expect that the biggest race of the year will be the Seeley Cup 10K , which is normally held in November or December.  As well as being the Northern Ireland championship event, it will be the race in which I hope to break the 40 minutes barrier.

Two other races of note – the Newcaste Parkrun in June. and the World Police & Fire Games Half Marathon in August.  The first race will be when I visit Gateshead to be a spectator at the European Athletics Team Championships.  I was lucky enough to be in London last year for the Olympics, and I am hoping that the Championships in Gateshead can be just as exciting.

I’ll continue to update this post with my planned races, and the times of the races I actually run. You can also check out my athlete profile on the Power of 10 and Run Britain sites.

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