XCR’18 Round 6 – Albert Park 10 km

Link: TV’s Hunter Results Glenhuntly Open & Masters Men Before the XCR season starts, many AV athletes choose Albert Park 10km as the race to target. On a cool and blustery morning last Sunday, the Glenhuntly men did not disappoint. We had 23 starters across Open and Masters Men. Our Division 1 team equaled its best result for the season, finishing 6th. Rhydian Cowley led from the front, recording a blistering 30.34 to place 14th. Jack Bullock broke his PB to achieve arguably his best result of the year. David Ceddia made a great return from injury, exceeding his own expectations in stopping the clock at 33.36. Division 2 finished 10th. Pat Beguely smashed his 2017 result, recording a very

Hunter Newsletter July 2018

Link: Hunter Newsletter No 21 In this issue : Newsletter – July 18 WD Challenge. Upcoming XCR18. Kevin Mannix’s Kid Coaching. Herb Bascombe: Club’s first international. AV Awards to THREE club members for 50 years service. XCR18 Round 4 reports Club News XCR18 Round 5 Reports. Gold Coast Marathon; the amazing Eric Sigmont. #Newsletter

XCR’18 Rnd 5 – Sandown Relays

LINK: TV’s Hunter Results Glenhuntly Open Men Round 5 of XCR’18 signalled the start of road racing with the Sandown Racecourse Relays. With inclement weather forecast, AV made the call to shorten the legs to one lap (3.1km). In true Melbourne fashion, the clouds cleared by lunchtime and runners enjoyed clear, yet blustery conditions. We had five teams in Open Men. We had strong showings across all divisions. Our best placed team on the day was Division 3 (5th) followed by Division 1 (6th). Three out of our five teams improved on their results from Jells Park Relays in Round 1. After five rounds, our best placed team is Division 1 in 6th. Some individual highlights were: Matt Wynne continuing