Club Awards

At Lordshill Road Runners we enjoy celebrating the achievements of our members. We present a number of awards annually that are based on a number of different criteria and reflect the diversity of our membership. You can see our full list of awards below.

Our 2018 Club awards were presented at the Billy Bash in January 2019. You can check out the full list of award winners on our 2018 Club Award Winners page.

Club championships

  • Awarded annually at the Billy Bash
  • 2019 awards will be based on finishing positions at Wyvern 10k 2019 to three fastest male and female Lordshill Road Runner’s members, irrespective of age category.
  • Fastest Man and Fastest Woman (irrespective of age category)
  • Senior category: Men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd; Women’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V35: Women’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V40: Men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V45: Women’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V50: Men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V55: Women’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V60: Men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd;
  • V65: Women’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd
  • V70: Men’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd

Long distance age-graded championships

  • Awarded annually at the Billy Bash. Three awards presented
  • Age-graded position of each LRR finisher at Solent Half Marathon 2019 calculated using the WAVA age-grading calculator and given a % score
  • Prizes awarded to the three runners achieving the highest age-graded scores, irrespective of gender, at the race

Short distance age-graded championships

  • Awarded annually at the Billy Bash. Three awards presented
  • Age-graded position of each LRR finisher at the Braishfield Beer Race 2019 (5 mile) calculated using the WAVA age-grading calculator and given a % score
  • Prizes awarded to the three runners achieving the highest age-graded scores, irrespective of gender, at the race

Best combined marathon and half marathon

  • Two awards presented annually at the Billy Bash: Men’s prize and Women’s prize
  • Times recorded during calendar year and submitted to the Committee by 31st December

RR10 awards

  • Awarded annually following the close of the RR10 season. Two awards presented: Men’s prize and Women’s prize
  • Members are given position related at each race of the RR10 series relative to all other LRRs in race (not the overall event position). The sum of the beat six finishing positions is calculated for each participant. Runner with lowest score wins
  • Runners with 5 finishes will be ordered and ranked after those with 6 finishes
  • If there is a tie-break, the runner with best finishing position in a single event (or most examples of it) wins

CC6 awards

  • Awarded annually following the close of the CC6 season. Two awards presented: Men’s prize and Women’s prize
  • Rankings calculated as per the RR10 awards above, but with best 4 finishes counted
  • A finishing position at the LRR CC6 will not be included, should teams be entered in the race

Most Improved Runner

  • One award presented annually at the Billy Bash
  • Captains consult with Run Leaders and coaching team, then pick a suitable winner