Pocklington 10k Results & Report

YDRRL Report by  Ed Mezzetti. Full results can be found here: https://www.stuweb.co.uk/race/1zo Ben Jones and Helen Cross claimed the spoils in the opening York and District Road Race League fixture at a wet and windy Pocklington. Jones (University of York) held off Phil Elliott-Dick (York Knavesmire Harriers) by four seconds to take first place in a tight contest that saw six runners in contention until the latter stages of the 10k race. Cross (York Triathlon Club) had a more … [Read more...]

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...]

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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