SAC (Virtual) Handicap 2020 - Final Result

AndrewAndrew Mead won the final race of the 2020 handicap series to leapfrog Lucy Wilkes and retain his series title.

Andrew was also fastest in the race ahead of Dan Witt's best run for over four years. Dan's second place in the race wasn't quite enough to catch Lucy for second in the series, but he finished up well clear in third.

The 2021 series is now under way, with any run of around five miles counting for the opening event any time in January.

All the details are here.


SAC (Virtual) Handicap December 2020

MartinMartin Dixon won the November handicap to set up a down-to-the-wire finale in December.

Lucy Wilkes still leads the series but Andrew Mead is now level on 8 points after finishing second in November.

Dan Witt, third in November and in the series, could also finish with eight points if he wins the final race, as could Jim Knight or Jon Copping. But Martin Dixon would definitely secure the trophy with one more win.

The December event is once again a virtual race, this time over seven miles any time in December. The details are here.

SAC (Virtual) Handicap November 2020

AndrewAndrew Mead won the October handicap race ahead of last month's winner, Martin Dixon.

Andrew was fastest on the day while Lucy Wilkes was the fastest woman.

Andrew's win moves him up to second in the series, just one point behind Lucy with Dan Witt another point behind in third.

The November race, over five miles, will also be a virtual event. All the details are here.

SAC Prizegiving 2019-20

Trophy Winners

Club Secretary Erik Folkesson arranged and presented a belated and socially-distanced awards ceremony for the club on 18th October. Pauline Dalton took away the most trophies with Andrew Mead also leaving with multiple awards, while Sylvia Lewis was athlete of the year. Pictures and full prize list are in this document.