Rother Valley Relays

Rother Valley Relays Results!

23rd June 2021

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The very first Rother Valley Relays and the first significant event staged by HRRC was a tremendous success.

With over 150 teams entered from clubs all across the region it was wonderful to see old faces and make new friends in what is a vibrant and welcoming local run community.

We were treated to perfect racing conditions and this was reflected in the performances on the night of which there were far too many to mention.

However, one special mention to Race Director Andy Davies who staged a fantastic event and quite rightly has been praised by all the clubs that took part. Also special mention to the fabulous volunteers who helped set up the race and provided on course support for runners before helping to clear the site. It was indeed an impressive start for our club and a sign of great things to come.

So can we do it again next year?

Of course we can and we will be making preparations for RVR to be an annual event staged around September.

Finally a thank you to everyone that took part or just came along to provide support.

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