In challenging times, we still want to be competitive. We introduced a virtual racing series to the race walk event group using World Athletics points.
The National Centre for Race Walking Virtual League is a virtual racing series occurring every Tuesday, commencing 7th April 2020; results are posted on a Thursday following each virtual race.
Record your performance, and earn bragging rights via World Athletics point scores (M/F, junior age groups M/F).
5th-7th April 2 km
12th-14th April 2 km
19th-21st April 3 km
26th-28th April 3 km
3rd-5th May 4 km
10th-12th May 4 km
17th-19th May 5 km
24th-26th May 5km
Submit your times via the form below...
Race results are published HERE on Thursdays
Road, track or treadmill times accepted. We trust you!
Results are ranked by World Athletics score.
Results must be submitted by Tuesday at 11:59PM
Race 1, 7th April, 2 km.
Agata Kowalska and Cam Corbishley take top honours
Race 2, 14th April, 2 km.
Cam Corbishley, Tom Partington, Agata Kowalska, Daniel du Toit, and Gemma Bridge all +1000 World Athletics points!
Race 3, 21st April 3 km
TPT takes top honours and gets his video on this page! Kelly Ruddick makes series debut and goes top woman. Results include age groups from this week...
Race 4, 28th April 3 km
Brundukou Uladzimir & Gemma Bridge + 1000 World Athletics Points in biggest virtual field to date.
Race 5, 5th May, 4 km
TPT chicked by the relentless Gemma Bridge! We still love his video though.
Race 6, 12th May, 4 km
Brundukou Uladzimir edges TPT by one second! They join Gemma Bridge also + 1000 World Athletics Points. Cam Corbishley chicked on return from injury.
Race 7, 19th May, 5 km
Cam Corbishley, Tom Partington, Gemma Bridge, Brundukou Uladzimir and Bethan Davies + 1000 World Athletics Points. Honourable mention to Daniel du Toit, scoring 999 points - goal set for next week!
Race 8, 26th May, 5 km
Forget Garmin, it's TomTom week! Tom Bosworth crashes into the series in the final race for top honours, and a sub-20 from Tom Partington! Both well over 1000 World Athletics Points, together with Gemma Bridge, Brundukou Uladzimir, Cam Corbishley and Daniel du Toit. Great progress from many athletes through the series - well done!