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National 12-stage Road Relays

This past weekend saw the Senior Men make their first trip to the iconic Sutton Park for the National 12-stage Road Relays.

Following a successful showing at the Southern 12-stage Road Relays in Milton Keynes last month, the Gees qualified for this historic event that features some of the best clubs in the country. 

Almost perfect conditions greeted the team on arrival with only a mild wind to contend with as well as the ‘undulating’ lap around Sutton Park and a number of ferociously competitive teams. 

Cross Country Success

This season the GGAC U13G, U15G and U17W teams are performing brilliantly and the season isn’t over yet.

Our U13G are the South of England (SEAA) Relay, Surrey Relay and Surrey Cross Country Champions. The U13G team also came 2nd in the SEAA Cross Country Championships.

Our U15G team was placed 4th in the SEAA Relays. 2nd in the Surrey Relays, 2nd in Surrey Cross Country Championships and 5th in the SEAA Cross Country Championships.

The U17W team was 1st in the Surrey Relays, 1st in the Surrey Championships and 3rd in the SEAA Cross Country Championships.

Spectrum Track Relaying Update

The Spectrum track is not going to be ready owing to the relaying turning out to be a much bigger job than first anticipated by the contractors and the provisional date we have been given for the completion of the work is now  Saturday, November 3rd.

For the next few weeks training arrangements are as follows:

 Under 13 and 15 Boys and Girls – No training except for middle distance groups – see below

Week July 17th to July 23rd

It was a busy week for the Club's athletes both at home and abroad.

Competing in the World Para Athletic Championships at the Olympic Stadium Georgina Hermitage lived up to all expectations and finished on top of the podium for both the T37 100m and 400m and breaking her own world record with a time of 60.29 in the latter event.

News Round Up July 10th 2017

The Club's athletes have been having an outstandingly successful season both with International recognition and club records falling. Having already done the qualifying time, Adelle Tracey following her second place in the 800m in the World Championship Trials in Birmingham, has won automatic selection for the World Championships in London in August. On Sunday she set a new personal best of 2.00.34 competing in the Olympic Stadium in the Diamond league 800.