Notting Hill Street-O results
Lost property – one set of black headphones, left in the “Snug”. Please contact Phil at to claim.
Series co-ordinator’s comments
Thanks to Phil for organising the final event in the 2015/16 Street-O series (and for hosting the series-end prize giving). After a very wet few days the rain had mostly cleared by the evening, giving everyone a nice opportunity to run on a warm light evening taking in a few of the London parks, rather than the dark streets we are used to in the winter months.
Congratulations to the overall series winners – Matthias Mahr reclaiming the title he previously won 9 years ago in 2006/07, with Jo Hurley (nee Reeve) winning the women’s title for the fourth year in a row. See the full list of previous series winners.
It was another very popular series, again breaking our attendance records with an average of 79 runners per race (up from last year’s previous record of 76), and more strikingly a total of 346 different competitors across the whole series (100 more than last year).
Thanks also to all the race organisers over the year who have made the series possible, as well as everyone who has helped out at the different events – we rely on volunteer support to continue run these events, so everyone’s efforts are very much appreciated.
On that note, in order to continue to run the series next year we will need another 9 event organisers – so if you would be prepared to host a race in next year’s Street-O series, please email to volunteer. The events are fairly easy to put on and full support and guidance will be given along the way – we’ve had a number of first-time organisers in recent years and it would nice to get a few more.
After 10 years of organising the series, I am also looking to find someone to take on the role of Street-O series co-ordinator. This job mainly involves arranging the schedule of events, liaising with the event organisers each month to help things run smoothly, and processing the results for the website. If you would be willing to take on this task, or want to discuss more about what is involved, please let me know at