Chairman’s log. Stardate 17032019.
We didn’t have to boldly go where no man has gone before but we did head to Porthcawl in numbers.
Some drove, Some ran. Some ran a long way to get there.
As the second storm of the week, Hannah, battered our coastline our heroes prepared themselves for their graduation…
Supported by other members record numbers were in attendance.
8:45am they gathered.
8:50am they had their briefing.
Nervous but with brave faces they lined up.
9am they ran.
All defeated the elements and finished victorious and celebrated with cake.
The café full to the rafters as they reviewed their achievements.
Other locations were also visited with a couple notching up their 100 milestone while completing yet another tourist destination.
Focus shift for the afternoon with many shirking any miles to watch the rugby with Wales standing proud in claiming the prestigious Grand Slam.
A nation celebrated.
Sunday arrives and some headed over the bridge to complete a half around a historic city with impressive results.
A large group headed up the valleys to enter an event with two distances with great running all round.
A small but perfectly formed group went west to run and vulnteer to fulfil our final commitment in a cross country league.
Long training runs were completed with valour as the spring marathons approach.
We gained a Coach in Running Fitness as one committed member completed the course to join our expanding team.
A lot to look back on and celebrate this weekend.
A lot for us to be proud of.
Keep up the good work team.