YKH Round Up – w.e 26th June.

–Bishop Wilton 10k

13508845_10154190667036718_6312549619324183124_nA very impressive set of results from Bishop Wilton last week –http://www.ukresults.net/yorkrrl/2016/race5.html

Not only did we have a fantastic turn out of volunteers to help run the event, we had a fantastic turn out of runners : 72 out of a field of 266.

David Smithers came home first, closely followed by Phillip Elliott-Dick. Emma Yates, John Oliver, Janet Hales and Barry Atkinson all took first place in their age categories.

I hope you all enjoyed the views!

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Suzuki Midnight Sun Run (Miðnæturhlaupi Suzuki) Half Marathon,            Reykjavik, Iceland

Gareth Preece   ran (23rd June) the Suzuki Midnight Sun Run (Miðnæturhlaupi Suzuki) Half Marathon in Reykjavik, Iceland.

As it was his first half marathon,  it’s also a PB – 2:06:04!

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Whorlton Run

This 10k fell race on the western edges of the North Yorkshire Moors is almost an off road version of the Bishop Wilton 10k, a large and steep initial climb followed by gradual high speed descending for what seems like the entirety of the remainder of the race.

Knavesmire’s Harry Holmes won the race with a time of 44;16, Simon Collins was third (46:25) and Giles Hawking was 11th (49:54). sadly we were one runner  short of a complete Men’s team.

Harry Holmes

Harry Holmes

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–Buttermere Horseshoe ( Short )

Andy Chapman Gibbs was very pleased with 5th place at this 13 mile race that features 1500 metres of climbing .  Andy finished with a time of 03:34:11, and enjoyed the hot weather , clear visibility for some stunning views and was rewarded with free cakes at the finish.

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Kinder Trogg.

 

  • Distance: 25.7km / 16m
  • Climb: 1064m / 3491ft


Neil Stabbs was 20th  ( 2:17;35 ) at this race in the Peak District.

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