YKH Weekly Round Up – Yorkshire XC Champs & more…

---Yorkshire Cross Country Championships. ( 06.01.2018) Another year another  nice trip to Lightwater Valley for the Yorkshire Championships. Running conditions were fantastic , no mud to speak of, light wind, no rain   and  the bountiful sun made it just warm enough. Knavesmire's  Men were 7th team in their '10km'  race , an improvement on  last year's  result ( 8th ).  The 'B' team were 18th, with there being 28 teams in total.  First six to count . The Senior Mens race consisted of a … [Read more...]

Yorkshire Cross Country Championships – ENTRY FORM.

The Yorkshire Cross Country Championships are  at Lightwater Valley on the 6th January 2018. Entries  close for this race on the 15th December 2017. With this been a Championship Race the club reimburse any runner who races.  This race is UKA Race and to comply with rules all runners must be first Claim to York Knavesmire Harriers. you can enter online:https://www.race-results.co.uk/results/2018/yorksxc18e.php -or via Entry form: Yorkshire XC Prospectus 2018 + … [Read more...]

YKH Round Up w.e 8th October – Yorkshire Marathon / Ten Mile

---Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon. Twenty five or more club members ran the 'home' marathon, gaining plenty of PB's ( please mention on FB) and some notable performances. Inspirational Club Member Jean Snelling was our slowest , but perhaps greatest runner on the day. At the age of 81 , Jean completed the 26.2 mile course despite pulling a muscle just three miles into the arduous event. POS. NAME GENDER CAT. GUN TIME CHIP TIME GENDER POS. CAT. POS. CHIP … [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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