Roller skiing gives you a workout like no other [apart from cross country skiing] as it uses virtually all your muscles, and it's the perfect preparation to enjoy cross country skiing in the winter.
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Join and learn to roller ski this autumn - for members there's a 4 lesson programme for just £80 [includes all tuition and equipment].
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Congratulations to Miroslav Havelka, Jane Heward/Holly Rees-Lay and Beth Ireland for winning the male, female and junior categories - you can see the results of this LRNSC race here. Beth deserves a special mention for skiing 39 laps which actually made her 3rd in the overall female category.
Well done to everyone who took up the challenge to roller ski as far as they could in 4 hours or whatever time they set themselves - in total we clocked up 2118.53 kilometres [1318.82 miles]!
You can see these on the 2014 rollerski race results page. Thanks to everyone who participated in and supported this race and congratulations to winners in their respective categories.
If you want to take part in the British roller ski series time trial race on that day, please enter now to help the organisers.
Want the fun and satisfaction of teaching others how to roller ski? Snowsport England [SSE] are running their next level 1 Roller Ski Instructor course at Hillingdon Cycle Circuit on 1-2 November led by Adam Pinney. If you're an LRNSC member we can support you in return for agreed coaching sessions.
NB Candidates should be skiing at SSE Proficiency 3* level - you can see the criteria here.
Race results are now posted - congratulations to the winners of their respective categories and well done to all the roller skiers who braved the fine, warm weather! There were a record 60 entrants - many thanks to everyone who supported the event and helped in lots of different ways to make it a successful afternoon.
The results of yesterday's roller ski team sprints and photos are now are now available. Congratulations to winners Jordan Andrews and Gregor Young in first place, with Alexander and Andrew Bessarab and Charlie Harrigan and Peter Thomson, taking second and third places respectively.
Well done to everyone who took on the challenge - thanks for taking part.