Squeaky Bone Relay 2014

[av_one_full first] [av_heading tag=’h2′ padding=’20’ heading=’Squeaky Bone Relay 2014′ color=” style=’blockquote modern-quote modern-centered’ custom_font=” size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’] This year’s event is on 2nd November at 10am [/av_heading] [av_image src=’https://www.redwayrunners.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/squeakybone2014.jpg’ attachment=’3003′ align=’center’ animation=’no-animation’ link=” target=”] [av_notification title=’2014 Teams’ color=’custom’ border=” custom_bg=’#6db52b’ custom_font=’#ffffff’ size=’large’ icon_select=’yes’ icon=’ue80b’ font=’entypo-fontello’] Redway Runners 2014 teams for the Squeaky Bone Relay click here [/av_notification] [av_textblock] Last year we had 11 teams from the 47 taking part in the event with far better weather than in 2012 Overall we had 4th and 5th teams home, all our teams did really well and we won the Veterans team, our ladies team came 2nd, our mixed team came 2nd as well and our Male team came 3rd. Additionally Keith Miller ran the 4th fastest time on the day.

Sunday Timetable

09.30 – Meet on the field 09:45 – Group photo 10:00 – Race starts Do not forget your green Redway Runners top! [/av_textblock] [/av_one_full] [av_two_third first] [av_heading heading=’Squeaky Bone Relay – Sunday 2 Nov – Results’ tag=’h3′ color=” custom_font=” style=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’][/av_heading] [av_textblock ] What a great day at Squeaky Bone 2014 for the Redway Runners. Many congratulations to all 60 of us that took part, especially those from the 6 of our 15 teams that finished on the podium for their category. Also well done to Ben Fairhall who was the 2nd fastest competitor in the race, Keith Miller who was the fastest male vet and Sarah Lambert who was the fastest lady vet. [/av_textblock] [av_table purpose=’tabular’ caption=”] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”][/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Overall Place[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]Category Place[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Greyhounds[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]1st[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]1st mens[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Dingos[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]6th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]2nd mens vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Hound dogs[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]8th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]1st mixed[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Bulldogs[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]10th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]6th mens[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Pit Bulls[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]14th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]3rd mens vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Lurchers[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]18th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]10th mens[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Lurchers[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]22nd[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]2nd ladies[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Jack Russells[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]31st[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]11th mixed[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Mastiffs[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]38th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]14th mixed[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Terriers[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]41st[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]15th mixed[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Rottweillers[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]42nd[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]5th mixed vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Alsatians[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]45th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]7th mixed vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Foxhounds[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]53rd[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]2nd lady vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Schnauzers[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]54th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]21st mixed[/av_cell][/av_row] [av_row row_style=”][av_cell col_style=”]Yorkies[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]58th[/av_cell][av_cell col_style=”]11th mixed vets[/av_cell][/av_row] [/av_table] [av_textblock ] There were 62 teams competing. See you next year! [/av_textblock] [av_heading tag=’h3′ padding=’10’ heading=’Squeaky Bone Relay – Sunday 2 Nov – Information’ color=” style=” custom_font=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’][/av_heading] [av_textblock] We’ve managed to pull together an impressive 15 teams for the 2014 Squeaky Bone Relay on 2 November. In keeping with the tone of the event (runners carry a squeaking bone dog toy as the baton) our team names have been given a canine theme this year. The organisers take no responsibility for any insult or injury caused by team placements or team names. The first named team member is the captain who is responsible for collecting the bone and the team’s race numbers on arriving at the registration area. The rules of the race demand that you run in the order submitted to the organisers (as below). If you are unable to take part please could you let me know as soon as possible? If you can’t take part it would be appreciated if you could find somebody to take your place. We don’t have any reserves at the moment, but if there is anybody who did not enter that would like to be a reserve please let me know. Click here for this year’s teams. Enjoy! Kevin Orchard (kevorchard@yahoo.com) This year’s Squeaky Bone takes place in Clifton Reynes near Olney on Sunday 2 November at 10am. Organised by Olney Runners, this 3.5 mile event is open to all ability levels, you just need to have four team members. Each member runs the entire 3.5 mile cross-county route and then hands their Squeaky Bone baton to the next team member. Must be 15 years or older The approx. 3.5 mile course starts and finishes at Newton Lodge where parking, baggage, & toilet facilities are available. Note if you need to drop out – you need to find a replacement or your team may need to be scratched (but do check with Kevin and/or Martin as they may know people available to run). Team captains (Captains are shown) must collect each team pack from registration on the day and pass to their team. Please make your own arrangements for transport, but please try to car share as limited parking. Meet on the day at 9:30 on the field you will see the DLRR green drop leaf flags. At 9.45 we will aim to take a group photo At the end of your leg you can stuff yourself full of tea and cake (small fees) as you cheer home the other runners, and after the presentations we will head over to the Robin Hood pub nearby to enjoy our efforts – we have warned them we are coming but it is a very small pub!! Supporters welcome Any questions to Kevin Orchard (or Martin) Location Newton Lodge, Newton Lane, Clifton Rd, Clifton Reynes, Bucks (Nr Olney) Newton Lodge is situated on Clifton Rd between Turvey & Emberton. This is a privately owned farm, please respect your surroundings & the facilities at all times. Many thanks. Directions At Emberton turn right onto Newton Rd, signposted Clifton Reynes & Newton Blossomville. Follow Road. [/av_textblock] [/av_two_third][av_one_third] [av_image src=’https://www.redwayrunners.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/squeakybone1.jpg’ attachment=’2828′ align=’center’ animation=’no-animation’ link=” target=”] [av_textblock] Olney Runners Squeaky Bone Relay race will take place on Sunday 2 November 2014, Kevin Orchard is organising our clubs teams this year. More event details are at: http://www.olneyrunners.org.uk/clublife/squeaky_bone_2014 Details of our teams in the 2013 event click here 2012 event – click here and for the 2011 event – click here Redway Runners teams will be listed nearer to the event, first named is captain and has to sort team on the day: collect and distribute numbers, etc,. Any team changes need to be advised to Kevin, please try to avoid changes wherever possible. [/av_textblock] [/av_one_third] [av_one_full first] [av_heading heading=’Information from the race organiser’ tag=’h3′ color=” custom_font=” style=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’][/av_heading] [av_textblock ] Thank you for registering your team(s) to run in this year’s Squeaky Bone relay race, we have had a record number of 55 teams enter so far, so thank you for helping us reach this magnificent number! Please find below the race information: Race Registration will open at 8:15am Can the team captain please report to race registration on the morning of the race to collect the race numbers, goody bags and squeaky bone? It is imperative that team members race in the order they have registered, if there are any changes these must be made known to the Race Registration team before the race starts. Race Start 10am The race will start promptly at 10am, there will be a race briefing at 9:45am just outside the registration area. The route: The course is 3.5 miles (approx.) and is all off road, so is suitable for trail shoes or spikes. The course at the moment is reasonably dry, so there shouldn’t be too much mud! The route will be clearly marked with marshals to cheer you on, please squeak your bone as you pass by! Parking: The address is: Spring Lane, Clifton Reynes, Nr Olney,MK46 5DS. We have plenty of parking available but would ask you to lift share where possible. Our marshals will advise you where you should park. Please don’t park on the road leading into Clifton Reynes as we don’t want to annoy the local residents. Photos: There will be photographers out and about on the course, they have all volunteered their time at no cost. We will upload their pictures to our Squeaky Bone Facebook page for you to download free of charge. All we ask is that you ‘like’ our Fbook page! Refreshments: There will be teas/coffees/hot chocolates and homemade cakes available, all lovingly made by our club members! Bag Storage and changing: We will have changing facilities and bag storage, however, this won’t be a secure area. Prizes: There will be prizes awarded to each member of the following winning teams: Male Female Mixed Vets And for the fastest female and male leg I think that’s about it! We look forward to seeing you all there on Sunday for lots of Muddy Madness! Many thanks Bethan Race Secretary [/av_textblock] [/av_one_full]