Archives for September 2014

Race report – St Oswald Way

  Race report bt Sarah Attwood; St Oswald Way 20th Sept 2014 After every marathon that I have run, ive always thought at the end "im never running an ultra". Earlier this year however I received an email informing me of a new event...St Oswald way ultra. There were three distances to choose from, a 50k, a 100k and a 100 mile option. Intrigued about this new ultra I read on...not only did it start on the magical island of Lindesfarne, it also ran along the St Oswalds way … [Read more...]

YKH parkrun Showdown Results

By Stephen Robson As it was foretold in a club email weeks ago, the 27th day of September 2014 heralded the much anticipated YKH parkrun showdown. Salivating at an opportunity to fairly compete head to head with the barriers of age and gender broken down, 32 intrepid Harriers took to the racecourse to battle for supremacy and bragging rights. The format was simple: run 5km as fast as your legs and lungs would allow you. The results however were magical - each runner's time is compared to … [Read more...]

National XC Relays Entries

We are planning to enter multiple teams for the National XC Relays on Saturday 1st November in Mansfield. The Ladies race starts at 2:05pm and is 3 legs of 3k and the Mens race at 2:40pm and is 4 legs of 5k. If you are interested in running in this event please contact either Chris Roberts at or 07720710411, Nik Vogan at or Andy Neale at Entries close Friday 10th October. More information can be found here. … [Read more...]

Shelf Moor Fell Race Report

By Neil Stabbs When I mention that I'm originally from Glossop, those that know the place usually tell me about the traffic jams they've sat in or how the front doors on the high street are unfeasibly small (seriously, check it out!). What they don't say is that it's the gateway to the Dark Peak, with access to some amazing running, biking and climbing. One of the races organised by the local running club (Glossopdale Harriers) is the Shelf Moor Fell Race, heading east from Glossop to the top … [Read more...]

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