Friday, December 03, 2004


Freezing temperatures didn't stop a large turnout for Thursday's 5km
handicap race.

Starting at different times and running under the judicious gaze of
Ian R and Frank the runners did twelve and a half laps round the track
in an effort to claim the trophy.

Ultimately, Lindsay claimed the prize but was closely followed by the others.

The reputation and integrity of the race was only slightly damaged by
claims of psychological tactics being used by Ian Sills to hamper
fellow athletes.

As ever, after the race cold beer helped thaw out some of the runners.