Club report: 3-8 August

We have been busy runners this week…lots to report, lots of congratulations to many for PB’s, successful ultra races, prize winning and a Bob Graham Round completion!

Crow Hill Reverse; Tuesday 4 August (full results)
Lawrence Fennelly, 131st in 48.54 mins in this 5 mile race from Mytholmroyd West Yorkshire.

Cracken Edge Fell Race; Wednesday 5 August (full results)

Dez into the finish funnel at Cracken Edge

Dez into the finish funnel at Cracken Edge

A massive Glossopdale presence at this local mid-week race. Tim and Al were also part of the Glossop Mountain Rescue Team and succeeded in retaining the Buzz Lightyear trophy awarded to the first MR team to finish (along with fellow MR team member Chris).

1st Christopher Leigh (43:22) – Pennine
6th Tim Budd (47.31)
13th Chris Jackson (48.51)
20th Alasdair Cowell (50.24)
23rd Caity Rice (51.02) 1st Lady
24th Tim Culshaw (51.45)
41st Rich White (54.52)
57th Neil McGraw (56.57)
114th Matt Crompton (64.24)
129th Andy Burnett (66.28)
132nd Dez Mitchell (68.24)
135th John Stephenson (69.16)
138th Alice Willson (70.03)
151st Roger Hart (73.18)
169th Beryl Buckley (81.55)

Tim’s blog post on TestedtoDestruction: Cracken Edge fell race

Sale Sizzler; Thursday 6 August (full results)
Neil McGraw (19:10)
Dave Boundy (20:03)
Matt Crompton (21:03)
Clive Smith (22:07)
Ben Wolfarth also ran but in his Salford Harriers vest (16:12)

Club Social Night; Thursday 6 August
Separate post on this one: https://glossopdaleharriers.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/august-social-evening/

Salt Cellar Fell Race; Friday 7 August (full results)
117th, Tony Jackson (1:19:53)

Two Inns Race; Saturday 8 Augustjohn hewitt
John Hewitt, 3:57:32

A note from John: “Very pleased to have completed 2015 Scottish Championships: Birnam (short), Slioch (long), Durisdeer (medium) and Two Inns (long) on Saturday. It was a great A to B route from the coast to Glen Coe via several hills – very rough ground with not a lot of path but some tremendous views. As I’m not Scottish by birth, residence or club I won’t get an official classification but, as a member of Scottish Hill Runners, I should receive a mug!”

Long Tour of Bradwell; Saturday 8 August
A hot summer’s day for this ultra race around the Peak District – 34.5miles with around 2100m ascent. All Glossopdale runners finished safely with prizes going to Tim and Caity. Positions before names are the overall position. Special thanks to Matt, Sue, Chris, Jud & Becky and Lynne’s mum for the support out on course.

4th, Tim Budd, 5:44:54 (3rd young chap)
11th, Caity Rice, 6:22:58 (1st lady)
28th, Paul Skuse, 6:58:18
58th, Lynne Taylor, 8:12:38
61st, Jude Stansfield, 8:17:34
63rd, Nick Ham, 8:26:04

Half Tour of Bradwell: Mary Jeal, 3:43:09

Tour of Bradwell Results Overall by Course
Tour of Bradwell Results Splits by Class

Photos courtesy of Sue and Chris

Nick at Padley Gorge

Nick at Padley Gorge

Tim at Hope check point

Tim at Hope check point

Caity descending into Hope

Caity descending into Hope

Jude descending to Hope

Jude descending to Hope

Paul descending into Hope

Paul descending into Hope

Mary on the short tour

Mary on the short tour

Lynne descending into Hope

Lynne descending into Hope

Lynne, Caity and Jude having a final map check before the start (photo from Tim)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim’s blog post on TestedtoDestruction: Long Tour of Bradwell
Lynne’s blog on Running Delights: Long Tour of Bradwell: my first ultra

Parkrun Corner: Woodbank (Lawrence Fennelly and Dan Ellingworth); Oldham (Emma Peters); Marple (Charlie Eaton (new PB of 19:38), Joanne Brack, Neil McGraw, Carl Buckley, Helen Stafford, Beryl Buckley);  (Mark Ollerenshaw in 1st position with a new PB of 18:46).

SUCCESSFUL Bob Graham Round: a very special mention for Zoe Barton who completed the round this weekend in a superb time of 23:35. Well done!!

Zoe has written a post on her own blog about her round.

Zoe's final few metres approaching Moot Hall in Keswick at the end of her successful Bob Graham Round

Zoe’s final few metres approaching Moot Hall in Keswick at the end of her successful Bob Graham Round (Zoe in centre with blue top and no hat)

 

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