Archives for November 2015

Club Championship 2016

Thanks to everyone who completed the survey for next years Club Championship. We have reviewed the responses and have now decided which races will be part of the championship in 2016. All information can be found here The entries for the first few races are open and if you plan to enter either of the first two you will need to do so soon. Sat 9th Jan - Yorkshire XC Champs - Entries Close 9th Dec - Enter using individual entry form here Sun 24th Jan - Ferriby 10 Mile - Entries Close … [Read more...]

Vets Report- Spenborough

5 male vets   travelled across to Spenborough Athletics Track, for the final vets grand prix of 2015. As we travelled along the M62 on Remembrance Sunday we were thinking that maybe we would have to swim around the course with the amount of rain coming down! But when we got there the weather faired up and we all paid our respects to the men and women who gave their lives for us. The race was a multi-terrain course with a lap and a half around the Spenborough track to begin with. After … [Read more...]

Weekend Round-up 14-15th November, more XC & Fell race Success, Abbey Dash, Parkrun & more…

Another busy weekend for the hardy runners of York Knavesmire Harriers. -Saturday morning saw the Parkrunners get us underway, YKH numbers were down slightly with 23 club members taking part. Parkrun PB's were attained by Qin Zhou and James Ollerenshaw. -On Saturday afternoon   our Cross Country runners  were  in action taking to the muddy fields of Keighley for the third race of the  West Yorkshire Cross Country League. Knavesmire's Ladies once again … [Read more...]

The Brass Monkey Gives to Africa

Our club's annual Brass Monkey half marathon has been a great success for over 30 years. The race is our way of giving back to the sport we love. This year we have been able to give to Africa too. Over many years the race accumulated a bulk of unused t-shirts. These were gathering dust in our store cupboards, so our Committee agreed they should go to a better home. One of our club members, Liz Piper, had connections with the charity Links International. The charity's aim is to inspire, … [Read more...]

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