YKH Weekly Round Up – Week Ending 2nd July – Eccup 10 & more…

—Eccup 10.

YKH runners at Eccup 10

A good number of YKH runners  at this 10 mile road Race which counts towards the club’s “club run ” championship competition.

Gareth Green and Stephen Maddison getting off to a good start at Eccup 10.

At the race we  picked up a few prizes .. Jane Nodder and Gareth Green – age group prizes . YKH won the men’s team prize. There were also prizes in the YVAA 10 mile champs for Gareth, Jane and Dick Hunter.

 

Position Bib Name Club Category Category Position Net Time Gun Time
3 335 Gareth Green York Knavesmire Harriers M40 1/72 59:05 59:06
11 548 Stephen Maddison York Knavesmire Harriers M40 5/72 1:01:01 1:01:01
19 731 Richard Purser York Knavesmire Harriers MSEN 9/144 1:02:00 1:02:00
46 137 Danny Chan York Knavesmire Harriers M40 13/72 1:05:23 1:05:33
72 418 Toby Hone York Knavesmire Harriers MSEN 33/144 1:08:53 1:08:57
87 231 Pete Downes York Knavesmire Harriers M50 7/67 1:11:17 1:11:27
95 340 Nick Griffin York Knavesmire Harriers M50 10/67 1:11:05 1:11:47
131 163 Ewan Cochrane York Knavesmire Harriers MSEN 52/144 1:13:43 1:14:24
140 654 Christopher Newton York Knavesmire Harriers M50 18/67 1:15:10 1:15:21
164 453 Andrew Johnson York Knavesmire Harriers M55 12/49 1:16:48 1:17:06
171 658 Jane Nodder York Knavesmire Harriers F55 2/30 1:17:28 1:17:42
175 736 Amanda Reader York Knavesmire Harriers FSEN 6/107 1:17:45 1:18:11
212 80 Jonathan Boyle York Knavesmire Harriers M50 30/67 1:19:18 1:19:44
267 659 John Nodder York Knavesmire Harriers M60 10/20 1:21:19 1:22:02
282 607 John Middleton York Knavesmire Harriers M55 22/49 1:21:46 1:22:37
333 199 David Darton York Knavesmire Harriers M55 24/49 1:24:17 1:25:09
351 119 David Bygrave York Knavesmire Harriers M55 27/49 1:25:17 1:26:00
404 558 Anna Marshall York Knavesmire Harriers F35 20/56 1:27:31 1:28:13
416 511 Colin Lea York Knavesmire Harriers M50 50/67 1:28:01 1:28:56
442 599 Maureen Medlar York Knavesmire Harriers F60 5/11 1:29:14 1:29:50
511 568 Liz Matthews York Knavesmire Harriers F55 10/30 1:32:55 1:33:32
518 481 Paula Kelly York Knavesmire Harriers F35 29/56 1:32:51 1:34:04
554 320 Rachel Gillespie York Knavesmire Harriers FSEN 62/107 1:34:57 1:35:59
599 436 Dick Hunter York Knavesmire Harriers M70 3/3 1:37:39 1:38:28
722 380 Christopher Harrison York Knavesmire Harriers MSEN 135/144 1:46:37 1:47:51
794 3 Susan Adams York Knavesmire Harriers F65 4/5 2:01:56 2:02:46
802 2 Paul Adams York Knavesmire Harriers F65 5/5 2:06:35 2:07:49
815 826 Jean Snelling York Knavesmire Harriers 2/2 2:19:23 2:20:13
816 960 Edwina Wilcox York Knavesmire Harriers F45 53/53 2:19:52 2:21:06

—Osmotherly Trail Races.

Neil Strange finished 2nd over all in the 12K in a time of 54 minutes and 7 seconds. Natalie Greaves was second lady in 57:07 and Darren Hendley was 5th in the 20K race in 1:42:04.


—Skiddaw Fell Race.

A 9.5 mile blast from Fitz Park in Keswick to the summit of Skiddaw, at 931 m’s England’s 6th highest mountain and straight back down again.
Just under an hour to the top and then the pain really begins as the quads and heels are relentlessly pummelled on the stony 1/2 hour descent  back to the finish.


—Harrogate Town Centre 10k.

103rd Tim Cowham 44:56

142nd James Chambers 47;01


—Winnerton Show 10 mile race.

Andy Smith ran this 10 miler near Hull.


—Southport Half Marathon

Maddie Foot ran this one in 01:45:16


—Endure 24 Leeds.

Basically run as many laps as you are able of  a 5 mile (8 Kilometre) woodland trail loop in Bramham Park , you can take breaks in the camping area to recuperate and then continue . also run in teams.

Sarah Attwood managed 65 miles and Dmitri Shostakovitch completed 8 laps for 40 miles.


—Oxenhope Straw Race.

Continuing on from last weeks booze related races Tom Ratcliffe was part of a team that undertook the Oxenhope Straw Race.

The race involves carrying 5 pints of beer and carrying a bale of hay.
Teams of two (male, female or mixed) from the start, walk or run  to the Bay Horse Inn where a bale of straw is picked up (female teams may carry 1/2 bales if wished), and head up to the finish at the Dog & Gun, some 1 1/2 miles up a gentle hill, via the Social Club, the Lamb Inn and the former Shoulder of Mutton. A pint of beer (or half-pint for female teams) is drunk by teams at each stop.

Tom’s team the Strawberry Blondes were 6th of almost 200 taking part.

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—No York Parkrun as York Races.

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