Westbourne Running Club Facebook page (open group)

Click the Facebook icon to view the club's open Facebook page. If you are not already a member just press the 'Request to join group' button.

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Westbourne RC Members Only Facebook page

If you are a paid up member of the club you may request to join this group.

At the moment we are not using this page

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Westbourne RC Strava group

Click the Strava icon to view the club's Strava page. If you want to be added to the Strava group, once you have created a Strava profile click the 'Join Club' button.

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Run Britain Rankings

Runbritain's revolutionary handicap scoring system is designed to give runners of all abilities the ability to benchmark their progress and compare their results across a range of distances and terrains.

They include road, multi-terrain, track, cross country and trail races so now nearly all events that are licensed by UKA/runbritain can contribute to your handicap. The algorithm they use allows a direct comparison of the current form of different runners to be made. It does not matter if the races if you do were in tough, moderate or fast conditions as the algorithm asesseses the difficulty of the course on the day so that you have as good a chance of improving your handicap on a hilly course on a tough day to a flat course on a calm day.

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Power of 10

Power of 10 was set-up to collate and record performances across all disciplines and act as a permanent record thereof. You can look up anyone you want from Mo Farah to your next door neighbour.

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England Athletics

As a first claim member of Westbourne RC you are affiliated to England Athletics (the cost included in your membership fee is £15 for the 2020-21 season). Further information and your personal details can be updated on their website.

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parkrun

To register or find your nearest parkrun - go to their website

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Age Grading 

Age grades can be calculated using the following website

The Running Nose

Written by local Poole AC runner Steve Cook. The Running Nose provides commentary into running events on the South Coast. Entries are often focused on the 'Pointy End' of local runs and cover running news, race results and gossip from the Bournemouth and Poole area.