On a balmy summer's evening in Battersea Park, Seyfu Jamaal was the first runner home in a scorching 14:46 followed by Elias Ahmed in 15:05. Lisa Rooney was the first lady home in 18:01. There was a great atmosphere and we are very grateful to everyone for taking part and making this a safe event. See you next week for the Kangaroo Hop 5K.
This week the 5K race was won by Sarankhuu Jargal who is 27 years old. In second place was Laurence Duffy who is 60 years old. Laurence ran his 5K in our Sri Chinmoy London Battersea Park 5K race series which is up and running again. Ankurika Hammerl was the first woman this week.
The races are on! 159 runners competed in our first race in 15 months.
Congratulations to Lewis Laylee from Herne Hill Harriers who won the race in 15:15.
Georgina Wiley from Kent AC was the first woman in 18:30.
It was so nice to see so many familiar faces back on the course.
Dhavala Stott from Scotland took first place this week in 19:36.
120 runners completed the race this week, showing their DETERMINATION to keep running!
Our first Summer Worldwide Race attracted 98 runners. This is the first of 13 races in our Sri Chinmoy 5K Grand Prix.
Congratulations to all the runners who managed to run every one of the 13 races. You are real Superheroes. Many runners had to forge on through difficult weather conditions.
Congratulations to everyone who managed to qualify for the Grand Prix - running at least 10 races.
All reaults here.
Our next 'worldwide' races will start in May.
Stay healthy and keep running.
The last race in our GRAND PRIX 2 Miles. Congratulations to all runners!
The penultimate race of the Grand Prix was won by Sadanand Magee from Ireland. Dhavala Stott from Scotland was the first woman.
Congratulations to Sarankhuu Jargal (left) who managed to do his 2 mile race shortly after winning the Sri Chinmoy Midnight Marathon in Canberra, Australia in 2 hours 58 minutes. Congratulations to Prachar Stegeman (right) who organised the Sri Chinmoy 48 Hour Track Festival in Canberra.
128 runners completed the DYNAMISM 2 mile race.
The winner of the race, Samalya Shäfer from Berlin, ran 10:01 after running 2:29:51 at the Dresden marathon on Sunday. He says that the 2 mile races really helped and inspired him to achieve this excellent time. He apologises for his slow 2 mile time this week of 10:01 as he is still limping after his Herculean marathon effort!!!! Well done Samalya!
Over 100 runners are still eligible for the Grand Prix (running at least 10 of the 13 races). 59 of those runners are on course for SUPER HERO status (running all 13 races).
Keep running. Keep smiling. Stay healthy!
This week we had a very impressive win in the W60 category - Nina Zanabazar from Mongolia in 12:51. Congratulations!
Our celebration of Sri Chinmoy's first marathon in Chico, California in 1979 attracted runners from around the globe.
There were 3 races: Marathon, Half Marathon and Relay.
Congratulations to Dhavala Stott from Edinburgh, Scotland who came first overall in the marathon.
The Half Marathon was won by Samalya Shaeffer from Berlin, Germany and Helene Beyer from Hamburg, Germany was the first lady.
The relay was won by The Mongolian Boys Team. The first ladies relay team 'May the 4S be with you' are from Scotland.
Congratulations to all runners!
119 runners completed the Cheerfulness Race this week.
123 runners completed the COURAGE 2 Mile race.
We are half way through the race series. To compete in the GRAND PRIX, runners need to complete 10 races. Many runners are on course to complete all 13 races and achieve Super Hero status!
Stay healthy and keep running.
Once again, there were 135 runners who completed the 2 mile race this week.
Congratulations to Prachar who moved from the Vet 50 category to the Vet 60 category. He says that is has all been "very moving".
Well done everyone! Stay healthy and keep running!
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