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The Daily Mile Destinations Campaign arrives in Hertfordshire for September 2020
19 September 2020
Herts Sports Partnership

Travel the Great Wall of China, soak up the spray at Niagara Falls and stand in awe as the sun rises over the pyramids of Giza. Whatever your journey looks like this year, let The Daily Mile Destinations help you along the way, keeping pupils fit, focused and flourishing - the journey is in your hands.

Voting closed - in the HSP Lockdown Awards
19 September 2020
Herts Sports Partnership

 

Voting closed!

Thank you to everyone who voted in the HSP Lockdown Awards! With nearly 3000 votes for our fantastic nominees, we’re planning something special for the winners announcement, so keep an eye out in October for the big reveal!

Socially Distanced Sports Toolkit (Mayor of London)
19 September 2020
Herts Sports Partnership

This might prove useful to some clubs.

Public voting is open
03 September 2020
Herts Sports Partnership

The HSP Lockdown Awards will take place this year as a one off to highlight the amazing work and achievement of Hertfordshire’s sporting community throughout a difficult and uncertain time for Hertfordshire sport. We are aware that there has been some fantastic and creative ways of staying active, engaging club members, and keeping the love of sport shining through during Lockdown 2020 and we want to celebrate it!

With over 100 nominations coming in from across the county and from a wide range of sports and activities we are excited to announce that the voting is now open!

Return to Racing
03 September 2020
Stevenage and North Herts Athletics

Although the track at Stevenage remains closed due to ongoing water supply problems SNHAC Club Member Chris Westcott took part in the Milton Keynes 5km race last week.

Just a few Days left...
03 September 2020
Fairlands Valley Spartans

With a week to go forty people have completed the off road Fairlands Valley Challenge. Five at the Ultra (50K) distance; sixteen Marathon (26.2 miles); nine half marathon (13.1 miles) and the rest at shorter distances.
The Challenge is a virtual event this year and you can still run on a route you choose any day between now and Sunday 6th September 2020.

Grand Tours Relay Challenge
03 September 2020
Cycling UK Stevenage

Up the Grand Columbier in the Stevenage Cycling Festival
A fantastic 2,000 kilometre effort on Sunday has put Cycling UK Stevenage at the top of Grand Columbier. In just three days, they have ridden La Course and completed 15 stages out of the 21 in this year’s Tour de France.
As part of the Stevenage Cycling Festival they have set themselves the challenge of riding cycling’s three big grand tours – Tour de France, Giro D’Italia and the Vuelta (Spain). That would be a total of almost exactly 10,000 kilometres.

After 5 Months a Real Race
03 September 2020
Fairlands Valley Spartans

After five months some Fairlands Valley Spartans were able to compete in a real road race on Sunday. It was just down the road in St Albans.
There were 580 finishers but the start was superbly organised to comply with the latest Covid guidance. A result sheet was possible by the use of chip timing technology.

Stevenage Cycling Festival Hits the Road
03 September 2020
Cycling UK Stevenage

Cycling UK is delighted to be making a major contribution to the Stevenage Cycling Festival which starts on Saturday 22nd August and runs for a full week until Sunday 30th August.
There will be a tremendous variety of real and virtual activities.
They have at least twenty cycle rides which will range from 6 to 80 miles with starts including Fairlands Valley Park, Old Stevenage and the Roebuck.

20,000 miles and still going
03 September 2020
Fairlands Valley Spartans

Thomas Cowan has now run a total of 106K - he has smashed his target, but is going to keep going until the end of the summer holidays and see how many kilometres he can get to!
He said, “Over lockdown I have taken up running with my mum and dad. I have also really missed school. It has made me want to raise some money for the Venkatraman Memorial Fund which provides educational facilities for children and young people in the Indian fishing village of Kovalam, near Chennai in Tamil Nadu. I think all children should have the opportunity to go to school and to learn.”