Danum Harriers Running Club are pleased to bring you a chip-timed Friday night race series based at the Cycle Hub in Doncaster, on a fast and flat, floodlit and officially measured 5K course.
The track is a safe environment, suitable for all running abilities – first timers or seasoned pros!
All race times will end up on Run Britain / powerof10.
The Cycle Hub offers a small changing area and toilets, together with a café serving both snacks and hot and cold drinks. Use any of the 4 car parks around The Dome.
Feel free to ask any questions.
Thanks to everyone that made the second Donfaster 5k a great night! You can find all the results by clicking this link.
1st place male and female will receive a free lactate test, with all the other adult age groups getting half price vouchers all courtesy of Blizard Physiotherapy Ltd. Smaller prize for junior, plus everyone will be getting some porcelain!
1st – George Phillips
2nd – Shaun Boatwright
3rd – Lee Varley
MV 40 – Peter Badger
MV 50 – Stephen Dring
MV 60 – Paul Lane
MV 70+ – Kev Manley
1st – Lydia Race
2nd – Olivia Burton
3rd – Jane Charlesworth
FV 35 – Claire Key
FV 45 – Eleanor Bull
FV 55 – Uschi Maddison
Prizes will go out in the post, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Alternatively, we will be at the South Yorkshire Cross Country relays on Sunday (15th October), if your club is attending we can pass on the prizes that way.
We’ll be posting details of the next race very soon, so please keep an eye on this page.
We also intend to put out a survey soon, so please keep an eye on your email (and this page) for that too!
Huge thanks to Blizard Physiotherapy Ltd for sponsoring us once again!
Thank you to everyone who came to the inaugural DonFaster 5K on July 7th, which doubled as a memorial run for Simon Piggott – one of our former male captains who sadly passed away long before his time.
Everyone did him proud and the winning results were as follows:
Sam Gilson 15:13
Joshua Wragg 15:46
Sam Gilliver 16:03
Lindsay Skinner 17:38
Jenny Blizard 18:22
Lydia Race 18:32