Lostock AC awards 2024

Posted on: Tuesday 12th March 2024

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Lostock AC held its annual award ceremony on 8 March 2024. The awards celebrates the achievements of the member over the previous 12 months.

This year’s awards took place at Spice Valley in Horwich.

The first awards were presented for Cross Country with Captain James winning his age category. Other awards were presented to Paul Edwards, Andy Laycock, Heather Soden and Gillian Caldwell. Next up was the Multi-sport championship, Captain Rachel Hancock presented the awards but also won the award for Ladies Sprint Triathlon. Other winners include Janet Rhodes for Ladies Duathlon, Mark Checkley Men’s Sprint Triathlon, Andy Laycock won Men’s Olympic distance triathlon,  Mary White won Women’s Olympic distance triathlon and Nikki Morrison won the award for the long distance quadrathlon.

The Fell Captains confirmed why they were the captains as they not only presented the trophies but also won the majority of the trophies. Ladies Captain Josie Greenhalgh won the trophy for Overall Ladies Championship, Ladies Midweek Championship, Female V50 and the Female Lakeland Championship. Male Captain Mark Shutters won the trophy for Overall Male Championship, Male Midweek Championship, Male V50- and the Male Lakeland Championship. Robert Sharkey won the award for Fell V40.

The awards for the road championships were awarded to Kate Rotherham (FV35), Johanna McManus (FV40), Janet Rhodes (FV50), Sheila Garewal (FV60), Paul Edwards (MS), David Perry (V40), Gareth Pratt (V50) and Tony Maxwell (V60).  Midweek winners were Gareth Pratt and Johanna McManus.

The award of the evening, was presented to Gareth Pratt for all the hard work he has completed for the club over the previous 12 months.

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Joining Lostock AC has been one of the best things that's ever happened to me. I decided to give it a try mainly to loose weight and meet new people. It's really helped with my weight, mental health and output on life. I've been in the club over a year now. Everyone makes you feel so welcome and I love being part of the Lostock family. My running has definitely improved, especially seeing all the medals I've won. It is not just running, Lostock offers other activities too such as cycling, bootcamp and skiing. All I've had a go at which has just been brilliant. Lostock is my second family . I have entered the Machester marathon next year and an ultra. All this for someone who couldn't run . Everyone has made me feel very welcome in the club, I now consider myself to be a runner and would recommend anyone to give Lostock a try.
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I joined Lostock AC to help improve my running and to motivate me to run more often. The club has surpassed my expectations. I am not from Bolton originally and did not have many friends in the area. I now feel part of an extended family. I have been encouraged and supported to run half marathons, marathons and an Ultra. I would never believe this was possible 3 years ago.
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