Awards

The prizes being awarded at this year's event

Fastest finishers

The speedy ones. Prizes awarded for fastest male and female in each distance (in one go – no stopping/pausing watches). Runners entering the 10K can also run a separate 5K and 1K and submit their total combined time for a chance to win a prize for the fastest combined time.

Pendock Spring Chicken Runs are all about getting people into experiencing off road running and we want to maintain that spirit with the Virtual Runs . It’s not about blazing down a strip of tarmac . Therefore to incentivise you to run off-road, finish times will be adjusted as follows (the actual finish time will still show in the results):

  • 1K: 1 minute added on for a road run, 30 seconds for multi-terrain.
  • 5K: 2 minutes added on for a road run, 1 minute for multi-terrain.
  • 10K: 4 minutes added on for a road run, 2 minutes for multi-terrain.

Multi-terrain is 15-50% road and above 50% is road.

Chris Dent

Fastest 10K male (adjusted)

Chris Dent (V35 category) won the 10K prize, running the 10K in 43:59 off-road around Worcester Woods. Chris also ran the 1K with his daughter.

Award supported by Macrocosm Miniatures

Clifford Berry

Fastest 10K male (actual)

Clifford Berry from Ledbury & District Harriers (V55 category) ran the fastest 10K in 41:42, running on a lot of the actual Pendock route.

Award supported by Macrocosm Miniatures

Lucinda Jones' route

Fastest 10K female (adjusted)

Lucinda Jones from Tewkesbury Running Club (U23 category) won the 10K prize, running the 10K in 47:54 off-road along the banks of the River Avon and Severn.

Award supported by Woodies of Mitton

Natasha Dent's route

Fastest 10K female (actual)

Natasha Dent from Black Pear Joggers (V35 category) ran the fastest 10K in 43:59, running on the roads around Upton Snodsbury.

Award supported by Woodies of Mitton

Jonathan Floyd's 5K route

Fastest 5K male

Jonathan Floyd from Cheltenham and County Harriers (V35 category) won the 5K in 19:28 off-road, avoiding acorns, dogs and footballs on a field in Cheltenham.

Award supported by Reinforced Structures

Jo Powell's finishing time shown on her watch

Fastest 5K female

Jo Powell (V35 category) won the 5K, running it in 21:05.

Award supported by Water Tight

Corin Floyd's 1K route

Fastest 1K male

Corin Floyd in the under 11 category ran the 1K in 3:51 off-road.

Award supported by CLM

Chloe Merriman

Fastest 1K female

Chloe Merriman in the under 13 category ran the 1K in 5:13 off-road.

Award supported by Severn Trent

Fastest combined: 1K, 5K, 10K

Chris Nicholls from Tewkesbury Running Club ran his accumulated time of 1:13:15 near Pendock.

Award supported by Link Highways

Chris Nicholls 1K

1K in 4:09 taking on a Strava segment in Bromesberrow.

Chris Nicholls 5K

5K in 21:26 along the lanes near Pendock.

Chris Nicholls 10K

10K in 47:40 around the lanes near Pendock, smashing a 1K and 5K PB in the process!

Best Strava art

Award supported by Black Pear Joggers

Andrew's 'Pendock C of E' route with additional hearts

Andrew Strawford

Andrew ran his 10K fields near his home near Tewkesbury, spelling out ‘Pendock C of E’ and even drew a few love hearts at the end!

The Gilroys spell out 'Pride'

The Gilroys

Charlotte and Evie Gilroy spelled out ‘Pride’ from the ‘Pride in Pendock’ school mission statement during their 1K: Positive attitude, Respect, Individuality, Determination and Excellence.

Best fancy dress

Award supported by Tewkesbury Running Club

 

Poppy dressed as a Spring Chicken

Poppy Evans

Poppy ran/walked her first ever 1K at 19 months old dressed as a Spring Chicken, picking flowers and blackberries along the way.

Thomas dressed as Nemo

Thomas Kennedy

Thomas in the under 15 category, ran the 2nd fastest 5K time (19:34) off-road around the trail paths in Ledbury dressed as Nemo!

Nigel's view from the Malvern Hills

Most altitude gained

Nigel Tillott from Tewkesbury Running Club (and our dedicated race director!) took in a huge 2,057ft (627m) of climb in his 10K run over the Malvern Hills.

Award supported by Storm Massage Therapy

Nigel's elevation profile

Best landscape

Helen Andrews from the Pershore Plum Plodders completed her 10K taking in the beautiful views from Bredon Hill.

Award supported by Hills Ford

Helen's view from Bredon Hill