YKH Weekly Round Up we 16th July

—Castle Howard  10km Trail Race.    (Club Run)Sarah Attwood was victorious in the Ladies competition , ably defending her title with a time of 46:33.

Results : http://ukresults.net/2017/howard10.html

Pos  M   F   Forename Surname  Cat   Cat/Pos  ChipTime ChipPos   GunTime 
5 0005 Richard Purser M S (004/051) 00:43:24 5 00:43:24
11 0001 Sarah Attwood F35 (001/038) 00:46:33 11 00:46:35
16 0015 Robert Ward M40 (004/042) 00:46:57 15 00:47:02
17 0016 Philip Mark Richardson M S (011/051) 00:47:28 17 00:47:32
19 0018 Nick Griffin M50 (002/023) 00:47:36 18 00:47:41
22 0021 Pete Downes M50 (003/023) 00:48:09 22 00:48:13
23 0022 David Leese M S (014/051) 00:48:32 23 00:48:37
25 0024 Rory Henderson M S (015/051) 00:48:50 25 00:48:55
29 0028 Stephen Robson M S (018/051) 00:50:21 28 00:50:30
32 0002 Helen Young F35 (002/038) 00:50:41 31 00:50:58
39 0036 Andy Smith M S (021/051) 00:51:55 39 00:52:00
42 0038 James Chambers M S (023/051) 00:51:57 40 00:52:15
53 0007 Vicky Green F35 (004/038) 00:53:47 52 00:54:06
64 0056 Jonathan Boyle M50 (008/023) 00:55:33 64 00:55:38
79 0066 Paul Hodgin M S (031/051) 00:58:02 79 00:58:10
94 0076 David Bygrave M50 (011/023) 00:59:23 94 00:59:36
181 0062 Pam Anderson F55+ (004/015) 01:13:56 183 01:14:10
192 0072 Edwina Wilcox F45 (019/029) 01:17:19 193 01:17:34
200 0077 Elaine Hazlerigg F55+ (008/015) 01:19:25 200 01:19:47
209 0084 Lynette Banks F45 (025/029) 01:22:04 209 01:22:26

In the 6k event Toby Hone was third with mark Harney 3rd.


—Tom’s Bransdale Fell Race.   ( Club Run).

Wednesday evening saw a  fantastic race in a beautiful secluded valley North of Helmsley, one of the North Yorkshire Moors forgotten gems.
This 8 mile race counted towards the YKH Club Championship competition and is held in memory of a Knavesmire club member who initially  organised the race.

Knavesmire’s Simon Collins won the race and Caroline Warrington was first Lady.

Our Ladies took the female team prize , their team comprising Caroline, Sarah Attwood 27th ( 2nd lady ) and Samantha Tricker 43rd.

With Neil Stabbs 5th and Giles Hawking 6th, we were awarded the Men’s team prize also.

Also running were :                                                        Results 
7th Peter Walker
8th Simon Fricke
12th Jon Pinder
22nd Danny Chan
28th Ewan Kirk
33rd Andrew Johnson
34th Andy Chapman Gibbs
48th David Bygrave
50th Petra  Chapman Gibbs
52nd Maureen Medlar
53rd Liz Matthews
54th Peter Lyth
55th Sam Lyth


—Washburn Relays.

Another fantastic relay performance from Team/Teams Knavesmire , especially our flying ‘Harriers Speed Queens’ who were victorious in the female competition , setting a new course record in the progress! The swift trio taking the honours after the results were sorted out were Sarah Attwood , Emily Baines and Lucy Pinder.

Also partaking in Friday evening’s fun team event  were :

8th in Men’s competition – ‘The York Bullets’  Robert Ward , Laurence Griffin and Jonathon Pinder.

‘York running the Bath – John Nodder , Jane Nodder and Louise Venables.

‘York Running Scared’ – Ewan Kirk , Jane Morby and Christopher Attwood.

Results : http://otleyac.org.uk/…/2017/07/WashburnRelay2017v2.xls


-White Nights Marathon .

David Darton and Colin Lea took part in the White Nights Marathon in st.Petersburg  on 9th July 2017


—Snowdon Mountain Race.

report by Alistair McQueen

Chris Roberts

Nine Harriers took to Wales this weekend (15/16 July) to experience the famous Snowdon Race – an international fell race, 10 miles up (and down!) all 3,560 feet of Mount Snowdon – the highest mountain in Wales. This was the race’s 42nd year.

Tom Ratcliffe

Chris Roberts, Barry Atkinson, Tom Ratcliffe and Richard Tarrega ran the race, and the cheerleaders were Nik Tarrega, Scout Adkin, Stef Durkin, Sam Allin, and Alistair McQueen. Tom’s brother, Sam joined the adventure too.

The weather on race-day was “moist”. Low cloud and drizzle covered the mountain, but that did not deter our brave band of heroic Harriers.

600 runners from all over Europe stood on the start line. Our four running Harriers performed brilliantly. First home in 39th place was Men’s Captain Chris Roberts in a time of 1:19:11. Tom Ratcliffe followed in 1:30:33. Barry Atkinson was first male-55 in 1:32:21. And Club Secretary Richard Tarrega completed the triumph in 1:50:04.

Barry Atkinson

 

The overall winner of the men’s race was Italy’s Davide Magnani in a time of 1:06:43. The ladies’ race was won by England’s Annie Conway in a time of 1:20:16.

The day was concluded with a hearty celebratory meal and a nail-biting battle of “Connect Four” back at the local youth hostel. The (Scottish) winner of Connect Four has demonstrated great modesty by asking for his victory not to be reported.

Richard Tarrega

Snap !!

By coincidence, staying with us at the same youth hostel was a runner from Aberdeen’s Metro Running Club. They share the same club vest design as us! (See photo of Cliff from Aberdeen Metro with Tom of YKH below). We have challenged Metro to a home and away race. We await their response!

Thanks to Wales for a great weekend.

You can see the mass start here – https://twitter.com/inov_8/status/886179784300122112

You can learn more about the Snowdon Race here – http://www.snowdonrace.co.uk/races/2017/


—Yorkshire Wolds Half Marathon.

Stephen Maddison was third at this race held at the Bishop Wilton Country Show.
Also running were Mike Denner ,  Sue Adams , Rich Yeomans , one other I do not recognise ( sorry ) , maybe others , no results yet that I can find.


—Dales  Trails 30km .

A 30 km trail race in Swaledale with 3000 ft of ascent, Ewan Kirk’s second race of the weekend , he was 43 rd  in  3:16:20.

Also:
Mark Dye in 3:38:01
Mandy Clarke in 3:48:02


—Dalby Forest Half Marathon.


Ewan Kirk: 1:55:50   ( Yes that’s race number 3 in one weekend ! )

Richard Fountain: 2:35:15


—Doncaster Town Centre 5k Vets Race..

14th Stephen Maddison    17:39    6th V40


—Walkington 10k.

Maureen Medlar 52:07  2nd F60


—Kentmere Horseshoe.

Just over 12 miles circuit of the head of Kentmere Valley , highest point being High Street at 828 m’s with views over Haweswater.

68th Simon Collins 1:59:22

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