YKH Weekly Round Up w.e 19.March -Thirsk 10 / Blakey Blitz / East Hull 20 …

---Thirsk 10. 15th          Phil Elliot-Dick          00:56:44 41st          Stephen Maddison    01:01:00 143rd       Robert Ward              01:07:58 174th        Sarah Attwood           01:09:40 212th       Ewan Cochrane          01:11:18 251st        Michael Page              01:13:22 277th       Catherine Lee            01:14:37 456th       Emma Hartley          01:22:21 516th        Viv Fraser                  01:25:41 556th       Maureen Medlar       01:27:17 709th       … [Read more...]

YKH Weekly Round Up – w.e 12.03.17 Spen/Dentdale/Retford/Bl’k Combe & more..

---Spen 20. Results 2:10:04   11th (1st M40) Stephen Maddison 2:24:56  42nd Ewan Kirk 2:37:01   73rd Laura Schofield 2:50:19   108th Marc Thomas 2:52:55   116th Alistair McAndrew 2:59:06  136th Qin Zhou 3:02:01   154th David Hutchinson 3:03:45   159th David Darton 3:09:52   169th Neville Callow 3:15:38    184th Dave Bygrave 3:57:17    219th Colin Lea   ---Dentdale. Two members of YKH  battled the hills of Dentdale on Sunday for the  14.2 mile road race 'the … [Read more...]

Summer League 2017 Entries Open

York Knavesmire Harriers Running Club is affiliated to the York and District Road Race League. The York and District 10K Road Race League takes place each year during the months of May, June and July. Eight local running clubs compete in seven 10K Road Races at venues in and around York and district. Clubs take it in turn to organise an event in their area and accurate times and places are taken and published for each race. Approximately 200 runners take part in each race out of 400 … [Read more...]

YKH Round Up w.e 5th March – Medals won @ Yorkshire Vet’s XC Champs & more..

---Yorkshire Vets Cross Country Championships. Loads of medals won at the YVAA XC at Doncaster on Saturday. 18 Harriers pitted themselves against a great, fast cross-country course at the Northern Racing College in Rossington. It was an interesting course with a variety of terrain - fast, flat downhill, twisting woodland paths, a short, grassy climb and a stream crossing. It wouldn't be cross-country without some mud, but this was largely limited to the start/finish straight and the going was … [Read more...]

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