RATS getting ready to race

by admin on June 20th, 2019

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The Ulladulla Runners and Triathletes (RATS) welcome guests, visitors and potential new members to join us, for any of our runs or rides. All standards catered for. There is no initial fee.You are not obliged to run, or ride, the full distance and can turn back at any stage.
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KEEPING PACE: Ulladulla RATS competed in the Batemans Bay parkrun on the weekend. Ulladulla RAT, Nicole Rattenbury (3rd from right) was the 30 minute pacer and finished in 29.39.

For further informationring or text Lauri on 0438 44 55 73 (running) orPhil on 0417 047 120 (riding).

Batemans Bay parkrun,Saturday, July 23:Last Saturday, the organisers of Batemans Bay parkrun held a pacer run.That means that there were seven pacers running the 5kms. This was a good opportunity for runners to try and achieve a goal time.

One of our RATS, Nicole Rattenbury, was the 30 minute = 6 minutes/km pacer.A couple of other RATS also attended, but unfortunately the windy conditions precluded personal best times on this occasion.However, both runners ran solid races and were happy with their efforts:Jodie Toghill,24.27,2nd outright and 1st (F45-49);Kim Waters,24.47,3rd outright and 2nd (F45-49);Nicole Rattenbury,29.39. Great pacing for those wanting to achieve sub-30 minutes for 5km. Thanks to Nic and all ofthe other volunteers involved.

Sutherland to Surf,Sunday, July 24:

Last Sunday, Barbara Maxwell raced in the 11km Sutherland to Surf event.She covered the distance in a sensational 1.07.02,coming 5th in her age group.

Local running,Sunday, July 24:

Locally, the Ulladulla RATS met near the entrance of the Lake Tabourie Holiday Park.The weather was a little chilly, but good once you got moving.The runners headed south along the highway and turned into Lemon Tree Creek Road.This is a good quality, but very hilly, dirt road which loops around, west of the highway.

Nearly all the runners covered the full 20kms out and back, along this challenging route.A few took diversions for a little less, but all travelled at least 14kms for the morning’s hit out.Coffee after at Maccas was much appreciated.

Running next Sunday,July 31:

Next Sunday is the RATS’ 5km and 10km Handicap number 7. This handicap is now at Narrawallee Inlet, on the corner of Macleay Street and Matron Porter Drive, due to the markets at Mollymook Beach. So come along for a fast flat run.

All new runners start at 7am, so arrive a little early and be ready to go.Those who have run the handicap previously will receive their handicaps by email.Please know your handicap and be ready to run at the correct time, to assist the handicapper.

For more information, see Ulladulla RATS on Facebook, or visit the RATS web page at: http://ulladullarats.weebly南京夜网/ For cycling, search Ulladulla RATS Cyclists in STRAVA. Note – you will need to logon, or establish a new STRAVA account first.

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