Run Wembley - Formerly the Sudbury Court 10k, 5k & 1k family fun run (10.30am for Fun Run)

17th Sudbury Court 10K — 11.00am on Sunday 15 May 2016

2016 Update - Thanks to all those runners who turned up especially Metro's for such a big turnout, as well as those from Gladstone parkrun and Queens Park Harriers. In fact there were lots of groups of runners all running for good causes, so well done to all.

Results 2016 - The results are on the links below. We have to rely on the information given to us by St Lukes, so there are some running club info missing, some ages and some runners details. If you spot anything that is wrong then please send details to chairman@sudburycourt.org.uk and I will attempt to get then changed.

Race Report Sunday 15th May 2016 - Another year and another great run. A slightly cooler day than last year although it was still hot enough. The day started early for the organisers who had the course marked out and signs up by 9.30am. The first runners started to arrive with people signing up on the day. The marshals were briefed at 10am and by 10.30am we were ready to go with the kids race. It was really competitive and the kids really enjoyed themselves. Great to see kids of ex-members taking part. Gradually runners gathered on the field and the various groups were doing their warm up exercises. Eventually Louis found his way to the start and gave an inspiring speech. Since we entered into our partnership with St Luke's the race had become a lot more popular. The 5k runners made their way over to their starting place and Louis got the race underway. It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves out running and from first hand experience (I ran the 5K) I found all the Marshals to be very encouraging and gave a lot of support. The Men's 10K race was won by Johnny Suttle of Queens Park Harriers in a time of 35.33. Johnny led from start to finish. In second place was Alex Moorhouse of Willesden Triathlon and in 3rd was Jonathan Thompson of Mornington Chasers. The Women's 10K race was won by Claire Hallissey in an impressive time of 38.33 with Yvonne Linney in 2nd and Carmel Lucid in 3rd. The Vets winners will be confirmed soon.
In the 5K race the ladies winner was Jordan Lacey. Jordan also won in 2015. The men's 5k was won by Kevin Elsdaille of Edmonton AC.
There were 98 finishers in the 10K which was down on the 121 from 2015, however there were 67 finishers in the 5K which was up from 43 in 2015. So we had 1 more finisher in 2016 (165) than 2015 (164). At this rate we should reach our race limit of 250 by about the year 2100!!
It was great to see so many runners hanging around at the finish and cheer other runners in and the biggest cheer was for the last 10K finisher Nisha Vora who even managed a sprint finish. Goody bags and medals were presented to runners and then it was off back to the clubhouse for the music of Soul Agents, a BBQ and prize giving. It is estimated as of 16th May that St Luke's have generated of £7K from the race. Thanks to all the runners, all the Marshals and organisers for another great day. We look forward to seeing you all next year.

Results are now in the links below. If there are any queries then please e-mail - chairman@sudburycourt.org.uk

10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

16th Sudbury Court 10K — 11.00am on Sunday 17 May 2015

On Line Application form
On the Day Entry Form(PDF) (Cash or Cheque only please)

Shower & changing facilities, medal to all finishers, Parking, BBQ afterwards.

Results now published below. If there are any queries then please e-mail - chairman@sudburycourt.org.uk

10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

Race ReportSunday 17th May 2015 - After what seemed like months of preparation the day had finally come for the 16th Sudbury Court 10K, now renamed "Run Wembley" after our partnership St Lukes Hospice. The race has always had a strong charity connection and previous races have been in memory of close family of Sudbury Court members. Some Sudbury members were out the previous evening putting signs up for the race, but the majority of the course was put up by the 7am brigade on the morning of the race. In fact I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in the preparation, marshalling, timekeeping etc for the race, for without your help there would be no race.
The club were sad to hear that one of the first runners who had entered the race - Di Thomas - had passed away whilst undertaking a triathlon on 25th April. Di had been a great supporter of St Lukes Hospice and was a great lover of life. A moments applause was undertaken before the race and Di's partner started the race. It was great to see Di's daughter Beth and friends take part in the race and Beth was presented with a memento afterwards in memory of Di.
The race included 2 Americans on holiday who had picked our race at random to partake in whilst over here and a Bristol Rovers supporter took part before rushing of to Wembley to see Rovers win in the play-off final.
The 10K mens race was won by Hassan Marzouk in a course best of 33.13, with the ladies race won by Lucy Ashe in 40.13. The 5K mens race was won by Simon Ferrier-May in 19.09 with the ladies race being won by Jordan Lacey in 21.22. All runners received a medal and a generous goody bag after the race with some spot prizes handed out.
Back at the clubhouse there was a great atmosphere as "Soul agents" played some great music, whilst food and drink was a plenty.
It was a great day and the club would like to thank all those who took part from those serious runners to fun runners. It was great to see those who have taken part for many years and a number of New faces. Special thanks of course need to go to Metros, Queens Park Harriers, Serpentine and Gladstone Park Parkrunners who all turned up in force. We look forward to seeing you all again next year.
The great news was that St Luke's raised almost £10,000 through last years race.

Thinking about it? See comments from the 2015 run.
"Thanks for a great race on Sunday. I am looking forward to seeing the photos as a momento of the day"

"Dear Sir, May I say congratulations on a well organised, highly successful and very enjoyable Wembley 10k. This was the first 10k I have run (therefore a PB by default) and to mark the occasion I would very much like to obtain any race photos that were taken"

"Thank you to everyone at the club for making it a great day. Friendly faces along the route to keep us all on track, lovely BBQ and music...was only sorry we couldn't stay a bit longer. A great day, an improvement of almost 3 mins on my time from last year AND the sunshine. Perfect! Thanks again!!"

"Great work Louis and Sudbury court a great day"

"Great work Sudbury Court, really nice run, I promise I'll be either running it or taking some more photos next year!"

"Perfect event for a great cause! Thanks everyone who made it happen. I'll be back next year and hopefully I will be a member of the running club by then"

Thinking about it? See comments from previous years runs.
Comments by runners

Thanks for putting on such a great event yesterday. It was a pleasure to be there.........Route was great too. Extremely well marshalled, signed and taped out. The marshals were clearly well briefed and knew what they were doing, protecting runners from sporadic motor traffic.....

Other Comments "Great race, great marshalls, great bbq. I love this race, its what events should be... fun, friendly and local."

"Excellent Grass Roots club organised race. This is the first year that I have done this race and wasn't quite sure what to expect. The course was very well marshalled, the marshalls were very friendly and supportive and it was great to run on grass as well as pavement. most of my runs over the last couple of years have been in the big mass participation events like London Marathon 2010, Bupa 10K 2009 etc. I had forgotten how satisfying these smaller events can be and I will definitely be back next year to run and have another Hot Dog from the BBQ after the race which were very tasty."

15th Sudbury Court 10K — 11.00am on Sunday 18 May 2014

10k - Update. Thanks for all those that turned up on such a hot day. A massive 180 people entered the race with 150 taking to the start line for the 10K and 5K. It was good to see such a wide combination of runners from running clubs, independent runners and fun runners, many of whom had a close connection to St Lukes Hospice. The 10K was won in a time of 37.05 and the 5K in a time of 21.36.


The charity we joined forces with this year was St Lukes Hospice - Kenton and I can update as follows...Around £5,000 was raised for St Luke's Hospice

Results now published below. If there are any queries then please e-mail - chairman@sudburycourt.org.uk 10k

10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

Results by Category
Results (Here Soon

14th Sudbury Court 10K — 11.00am on Sunday 19 May 2013

The charity we are supporting this year is St Lukes Hospice - Kenton;

For 2013 £3 of your entry fee went to our charity


10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

Results by Category
Results (PDF )

13th Sudbury Court 10K — Sunday 27 May 2012

The charities we supported in 2012 were;
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Pancreatic Cancer UK

In 2011 £4 of your entry fee went to our charities


10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

Results by Category
Results (PDF )

12th Sudbury Court 10K — Sunday 15 May 2011

The charities we supported in 2011 were;
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Pancreatic Cancer UK

10k
Results (Results (PDF) )

5k
Results (Results (PDF) )

Results by Category
Results (Results (PDF) )

11th Sudbury Court 10K — Sunday 16 May 2010

10k
Results (PDF )

5k
Results (PDF )

Fun Run
Results (PDF )

Photos by Tom Blacker

The charities we supported last year were;
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Pancreatic Cancer UK

Results 2009 - Race run in memory of Jenny-Rose Lotter
raising money for the Foundation for Children with Leukaemia

10k
Results (
PDF 20K), Prize winners (PDF 20K), Category results (PDF 20K)

5k Results (PDF 20K)

Fun run Results (PDF 20K)

Comments by runners

 

Results 2008

Results (PDF 20K) & Fun run 1K results (PDF 20K)

Prize winners (PDF 20K) & results by category (PDF 20K)

Photos by Tom Blacker plus report in Harrow Times

Results Past Years

2005 Results & photographs   2006   2007 (PDF 150K)