The result for this morning’s ‘dry’ WTPR was as follows:- 29th John Birch 24:28; 128 runners.
The results from this morning’s very muddy local fell race were as follows:- 20th Chris Gillott 22:16; 53rd John Birch 25:38; 83rd Len Foulks 29:31; 101 runners.
The result from last night’s LARA race was:- 51st John Birch 23:11; 71 runners.
A new poster and entry form from Eva are now available for the Incline Race at http://wirksworthrunningclub.org.uk/racing/incline-race/
The results from this morning’s wet WTPR were as follows:- 4th Bob King 20:11; 13th Chris Gillott 21:57; 31st John Birch 24:45; 100 runners.
Derby Midweek Races – 5k Race 6 2018-02-21
66th 00:23:49 – Birch, John.
good to see John back competing!
Results from Sunday’s tough 8 mile fell race at Litton;
30th 01:05:25 Mark Crawshaw,
72th 01:16:08 Christopher Gillott,
98th 01:21: 54 Julia Buxton,
114th 01:27:01 Brian Clements,
Photo courtesy of Frank Golden photography
Results below from the last BDL of the Winter, the 5.1 mile Holmebrook Park on Sunday 11th Feb. Harry having secured overall first place for the season in the previous week gave others a chance. At Homebrook Emma secured 2nd place overall in the VL40 category. Brian took 3rd in the VM60 cat and Alun, Bob and Simon each took 4th in VM40, VM45 and VM50 cats respectively.
22nd 37:49 Johnston, John;
35th 39:39 Richards-Jones, Alun;
66th 43:05 King, Bob;
76th 43:44 Edwards, Simon;
81st 44:12 Crawshaw, Mark;
118th 48:09 Wild, Emma;
157th 51:56 Stone, Elaine;
167th 53:15 Wooliscroft, Debbie;
175th 54:25 Calvert, Ruth;
198th 57:59 Clements, Brian;
202nd 59:04 Foulk, Leonard;
Photo courtesy of Belper Harriers
Wildest Peaks Trail Run – Longshaw – 10km route result:
48th Rachel Hathaway 1:26:48,
63rd Joanna Butt 1:34:34,
39th James Lurati 2:31:03,
72nd James Watson 2:56:14,
James writes; “At our Christmas Dinner this year Paul suggested we set ourselves a running goal to achieve in 2018 so I thought I would take the bait and have a go.
So, ‘Tada!!’ I did my first proper Fell Race ‘the Tour of Bradwell’ yesterday. I say ‘proper’ in that it involved lots of mud, some cleverly concealed ice, low cloud and all whilst running 15 miles over hill and dale, hanging out with hardy men and women for a few hours. They are a different breed to softie road runners.
Anyway, mission accomplished! I finished it in just under three hours and came half way in the field see https://www.racetek-live.co.uk/website/public_results/548/complete_results/ and didn’t break my neck in the process.
Thanks Paul plus extra egging on from Elaine”