Dust off the mantlepiece and clear some room for a trophy or two.

A personal challenge, a little competition, a way to measure your progress… The Widnes Wasps Club Championship is meant to motivate and inspire, giving you a gentle nudge towards your goals


The Club Championship is based on designated races (follow the links below) and up to two ‘Wildcard’ races, which can be any officially measured and timed race of any of the designated distances i.e. 5k/5mile/10k/10mile/half marathon/20 mile and marathon.

The championship year runs from 1 April – 31 March.

NB. Due to race cancellations the 2020/21 championship was cancelled, we are hoping to provide a scaled down version for 2021/22 as there is still some uncertainty around which races will go ahead. The presentation night  has been put on hold until social events can be held again and the 2019/20 winners will be announced.

Widnes Sports Club - Widnes Wasps Ladies Running Club - Championship

For a race to count for the Club Championship you must:



You must be a paid-up member of Widnes Wasps Ladies Running Club at the time of running

If you’re not already a member, find out how to join here.


You must have entered the club name as Widnes Wasps Ladies RC when registering for the race*

*exceptions will be made for new members who entered the race before joining but are paid-up members at the time of running


Your Widnes Wasps club vest or t-shirt must be worn visibly when you run the race*

*exceptions will be made where members are raising money in an event for a charity and wear that charity’s official vest and, by arrangement, for fancy dress


You must have entered the race in your own name or have officially transferred another runner’s entry with agreement from the race organisers.

Running under another participants name is strongly discouraged by the club mainly for health and safety reasons

What do I need to do?

Email your race results to the committee for consideration when calculating club championships at the end of the club year to 

Race results must be officially recorded e.g. via the race organisers for them to be considered in the Club championships. In races that use timing mats, the chip time will be used as the official result; otherwise, the gun time will count.

Prizes will be awarded at the end of the year for…

Runner-Up Athlete of the Year

Athlete of the Year

Most Improved Runner*

* To be eligible for the most improved runner you must have been:

  • a member of the club for at least six months of the previous running calendar
  • included in the previous year’s championship

Prizes will be awarded at the annual presentation night, normally held in May/June of the following year.

Your 10 best scoring events from the following races will be used to calculate the current year’s championship.

Find the Championship Races here…

2018/19 Championship Winners