XCR ’18 – Round 10 – The Tan Relays

Link: TV’s Hunter Results Glenhuntly Junior Men The iconic status of a race around the Tan got our junior men keen to finish off the XC season with a good performance. We had three teams in the U14, U16 and U20 age groups and all team members performed very well. In the U14s Noah Portelli, Mark Rainey and Jake Cotchin all posted solid times. It was great to have Jake in the team having his first run for the club. The U16s were represented by Josh Francou, Max Nichols and Finn Paynter. The team posted a good time and Max and Josh were able to crack the 14 minute mark which was a great achievement. It was good to see Max, after a long break through injury, getting back to the form he was i

XCR’18 Round 9 – Half Marathon

Link: TV’s Hunter Results Glenhuntly Open & Masters Men After cancellation of the Ekiden Relays at Anglesea, runners were primed and ready to go for the last and longest of the individual races on the 2018 XCR calendar. Race conditions at Burnley for the past 3 years had been perfect and this year was no exception. Blue skies, cool temperatures and little or no wind made for fast times and an ideal start to Father’s Day. The Open men were missing a few notable runners but Rhydian Cowley once again lead the way, finishing in 7th place overall and with a time of 67:26. Jamie Cook was the second Hunter home in another impressive time of 71:53 (30th overall) while David Ceddia swapped his paddl