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Gloucester 24 hour track race

Well I am really busy at the moment with a new race on the horizon. I am the Race Director for the new Gloucester 24 hour track race which is taking place on the lovely Blackbridge Jubilee athletic track in Gloucester.
On this very track in 1982 Gloucester Athletic Club member Dave Dowdle set a world record of 274.480 kms, 170 miles 974 yds which still stands as the British record.
Gloucester track
Gloucester Athletic Club have kindly agreed to host this event and it is hoped that we might attract runners from all over the world with an entry limit of 50.

The race website is www.gloucester24hourtrackrace.com and there is also a facebook page.

It is hoped that online entries will be available very soon.
If you are not able to run but can spare a few hours to come along and help this would be much appreciated. Please let me know.

NO FINISH LINE, MONACO

I will be taking part for the 5th time in the No Finish Line 8 day race in Monaco starting on Saturday 16th of November.badge9

I personally will be running to raise money for my charity www.advanceinternational.org.uk  You can sponsor me on www.justgiving.com/pamelastorey.

It would be great if, as in 2012, we could take a team from the U.K. to help support a local charity.

Details of the race can be found on www.nofinishline.comMonaco 2011

Please contact me if you are interested in coming along. There is also a 24 hour race.

If you scroll down you will find my stories from previous years.

No Finish Line report

Well at last I thought I had better post something about my favourite multi day race, the No Finish Line race in Monaco.
This was my fourth visit to this event and probably the best so far. We had a nice little team from the U.K. this time. Of course our star was William Sichel and we also had Heather Foundling Hawker, Iveagh Jameson (from Ireland) Abichal Sherrington, Linsey Stewart, Elaine Oddie and of course moi.P J Monaco 2012
Great results by all with William completing 1019 kms for 2nd place and Iveagh in his first multi day race, 758 kms for 8th place overall. Abichal who is a very experienced multi day runner did 500 kms but had to leave before the end due to a commitment at home.
Heather set a U.K. record for 48 hours (sorry Heather, not sure of your distance). Linsey and Elaine both enjoyed their 24 hours and, having set a very ambitious target of 50 kms per day for myself I managed a total of 356 kms (221 miles) not quite reaching my target. Nevertheless I had a great time especially meeting up with my chums David and Andrew who live in Monaco and, of course Alan Young and Tim Rainey from U.K.who were crewing for William. Flight is now booked for 2013 but I will spend more time helping/crewing others and less time competing myself.

No Finish Line 8 day race in Monaco

MonacoNext Friday I will be jetting off to Monaco once again for my favourite multi day race. My target is to complete 50K a day for 8 days to raise more money by sponsorship for my charity Advance International Ministries.
I shall be visiting Kiyindi, Uganda again in January so will have plenty to think about as I go round and round in circles again.
If you wish to sponsor me please follow the link on the right hand side to justgiving.com
Please give generously.
Thank you

The British Ultrafest

At last, after 2 years planning, I am pleased to announce that our 6 day ultrafest is well and truly on!
With the help of my good friends Alan Young and Abichal Sherrington the races will take place in August 2013.
The website is up and running www.britishultrafest.com
Please contact me if you would like to run or come along and help at the event.

A.I.M. charity fund raising tea party

On a beautiful sunny afternoon recently, Gerry, Rose and I organised a cream tea party in a friend, Margarets, beautiful garden. 17 people attended and it was a great success. Gerry and Rose gave a talk about the work in Uganda and we had a raffle. There were so many prizes that everybody went home witth a prize!
A total of £196 was raised for the charity and it is hoped that this will become an annual event.
Thank you to Margaret and Jeremy for hosting the party.