YKH Racing Round Up – w.e 26th Aug.


—Gilberdyke 10 Mile .

Personal bests for the Freer family at Gilberdyke 10 mile. Graham with 1:19:45 and Amy with 1:28:27

POS
BIB
GENDER NAME CAT CAT POS
CHIP TIME
FINISH TIME
114th
110
Male Andrew Tomlinson SNR 47/79
01:14:14
01:14:20
177th
252
Male Graham Freer V50 20/38
01:19:45
01:19:54
277th
340
Female Amy Freer SNR 27/68
01:28:27
01:28:36
306th
417
Female Maureen Medlar V60 3/8
01:31:42
01:31:56
350th
467
Female Pam Anderson V60 6/8
01:37:18
01:37:39


—Burnsall Feast Sports 10 mile .

22nd (3rd Lady) Aoife Burke 1:10:00

62nd Alistair McQueen    1:31:19



—Sedbergh Hills  .

a  14 mile mile fell race featuring some steep ascent / descents on lovely grassy fells, total climbing of 1830 m ‘s.

53rd Andrew Pattinson  3:26:57

Andrew said ” The forecast of widespread low fog and persistent rain didn’t put me off heading to the Sedbergh Hills Fell race. At 14miles with 1800metres of ascent, it’s a tough race over remote fell terrain.

The fog played a bit of havoc with my route finding, resulting in an extra mile, an extra hill and a deep river crossing. Eventually stumbling across the 5th Checkpoint and refinding the course, I was able to finish a little under 3.5hours and in 53rd place – the departure from the course costing me a good 20 minutes and something like 20 places.

A great adventure and challenge, but a bit more training required for next year!”



—Kong Mini Mountain Marathon.

10 club members, running in pairs ,  endured some grim Lakeland weather in this event held on the fells above Ambleside. 




—Ultraks Matterhorn Skyrace.

Zermatt , Switzerland was the venue for a  variety of high altitude skyraces, held in the shadow of the mighty Matterhorn.

Jayson Cavil with a time of 3:12:21 , was a fantastic 11th ( 678 finishers )in the 20 mile ‘Mountain’ race which featured  2000 metres of ascent.

Giles Hawking with a time of  08:47:38 was  310th  ( 592 finishers ) in the ‘Sky’ race which was 31 miles long and featured three large climbs , totalling 3600m’s of ascent. A large part of the race was at altitudes above 2500 m’s, the highest point being the Gornergrat at 3100 m .



—Heslington Parkrun.

408 participants, 50 from YKH ( 12.3 % ).

Heslington Parkrun PB’s for:

Sam Lyth 29:36
Howard Paley 24:08
Karl Humphreys 19:26
Graeme Adams 29:53
Mark Harney 19:38
Peter Quinn 22:31
Julie Rookes 30:12
Mark Dye 20:24
Stefan Durkin 20:39
Jason Newman 20:44
Ian White 22:49
Mary Farmery 25:19
Richard Purser 16:48
Caitlin Rushby 25;18
Brian Sharp 21:22
Emily Asquith-Fox 23:15
Peter Lyth 25:10



—New Earswick Parkrun.

110 participants , 6 from YKH ( 5.5 % ).

New Earswick Parkrun PB’s for :

Richard Anderson 30:43
Hannah Strange 29:32
Neil Strange 19:55


 

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