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The sun has been shining and with it, the times have been tumbling!

Well Spring is officially here and with it a return to some lovely warm-ish sunshine! For those of us who don’t brave the shorts all year round, now might be the time we can ditch those long running tights!

So last week certainly saw a pretty full on race calendar and although there wasn’t quite as many races it seems this week, there were still a load of you out racing the roads, trails and fells on foot, (and on 2 wheels!).  Quote of the week should probably go to Chris Jackson, who on having descended Win Hill summit some 15 odd miles into the Edale Skyline, commented he was surprised how much running there was in this race J Funny that when u enter a running race eh 😉

If you aren’t already, then grab a pew, put your feet up and have a read, cos seeing what this lot have been up to has worn me out just looking at it…

Mid week 5k madness

Not a race as such, but a handful of GDHers decided a trip to Rochdale mid week would be fun. Turns out there was a timed track 5k, which was a good reason for people to see how that winter-spring training is going, and whether Jeroen’s sessions really do make you quicker. Now I know more of you did it than this (Alex C and Immy), but we can’t see your times, so post them in the comments on FB if you want a shout out J Sorry!

Dan Stinton – 19.24

Mark Davenport – 20.08

Nice work you guys. If anyone else fancies a go at this, put a shout out as I’m sure Alex mentioned there were more taking place over the summer? There won’t be any quibbling on the track about the 5k unlike Glossop parkrun 😉

Edale Skyline

Seems like the Skyline was a great option for some spectating today and there were as many of us watching the blue and orange as there were racing!

Lose Hill and Mam Tor – looks flat right 😉

Thanks to Matt C for sending in this:

Every now and again, colleagues ask me about fell running and fell races. Even the ones that run don’t really understand what it’s all about, and why anyone would spend their Sundays struggling up hills, and hurtling back down them. 

So I explain what I love about the sport. The fact that it takes you to some of the most beautiful parts of the country, and with some great teammates. That races are organised by people who do it just for the love of the sport. And that you usually end up somewhere afterwards chatting with people you have never met before, at least not till you slogged up some unforgiving slope together, and that the post run chat usually takes place in some field, or village hall, or local pub, sometimes over some homemade food, such as pie, peas and gravy. I make sure I tell them that you’re never quite sure where the start line or finish line is, but that’s absolutely fine.

This was definitely one of those races. Brilliant!

Seven runners from Glossopdale lined up at the bottom of the Nab (including two new members, yey!) ready for the 21ish miles ahead. 

The weather was good, dry but breezy on the tops.

The race headed up Ringing Roger, and then anti-clockwise towards Grindsbook Knoll, then on to Brown Knoll, Rushup Edge, Lose Hill, Win Hill and back to Kinder. Apparently this isn’t the usual direction.

Thanks to all of the of the groups of GDH supporters that were out today, just before Grindsbrook, near to Edale Cross and on Win Hill. I know all the runners hugely appreciated it.

GDH results are below

Rich White             3.55.17    135th
Matt Crompton         3.55.38   138th
Sarah Andrew           3.58.11     150th
Robin Hoffman         4.04.32     164th
Rob Murphy              4.21.12      205th
Nick Ham                  4.33.30     239th
286 finished

Unfortunately Ian Crutchley had to take the sensible decision of retiring just after the Lose Hill descent suffering from a dodgy knee and stomach cramps. But it did mean he managed to experience his first ever hitchhiking!

(*Ian, we’ve all been there whether racing or just out running, there’s always next year to get your revenge! Last summer out on a long run with a pal in the heat, we ended up bailing at Hathersage but needed to get to Fiddlers Elbow car park – was surprised how easy it was to hitch a ride round these parts, there are a lot of climber, biker, runner folk out who I reckon see a kindred spirit in their moment of need!)

Now he wasn’t wearing a GDH vest, but Chris Jackson was also out doing the skyline today and sped round in 3h 17ish – reckon it must have been the jelly babies that did it Chris 😉

Congrats to you all, having gone out for a run with the dog and tried to keep up with the back of the pack last year I can definitely say, this ain’t an easy race!

Matt C floating like a butterfly over the rocks

Derwent Duathlon

Meanwhile over the hill – today was also the Derwent Duathlon, which explained why the layby and car parks were absolutely heaving by the time we neared Ladybower today! This involved a 4.5km fell run, an 18mile bike, and a 6.5k road run (or apparently the opposite way if you prefer!).  Nick Lord was out showing folk how it was done and cruised round both the run and bike legs to finish 9th overall! Not sure what’s more impressive, the overall placing or the fact his T1 transition was 22s! Clearly not one to faff 😉

Wilmslow Half Marathon

Those of you who hadn’t headed over to Edale/Derwent races had headed off from some pacey half marathon fun in Wilmslow. Turns out one man’s undulating or hilly race, is not the same for others, and you can end up re-adjusting your expectations as Emma R said – “having run this before I kept waiting for the hills/lumps……it felt pretty much pancake flat after 2.5 years of training in Glossop!”  See, so don’t be put off by races you might think aren’t your cup of tea, once you’ve done the Glossop hills, a “hilly” road race is a piece of cake!

Big thanks to both Chris Webb and Emma Rettig for both sending in reports. It is great reading different takes on the race and hearing who was battling out with who!

Here is what Chris had to say:

Some fast running went down in Wilmslow for the half marathon. Here’s a brief extract from my own little mid-pack battle:

A breezy day didn’t seem to affect the pace and Stevie Knowles went out hard in the first mile or two leaving me and Paul Booth (is he Glossopdale?) trailing in his wake. We were running alongside the 1:20 pacers who seemed to be going far too fast but we were fresh so we all followed anyway! The three of us eventually grouped up though and worked together for a few miles before the pace told and my legs started to give up! Steve’s marathon training paid dividends and he held it together well, finishing 54th (5th V45) in 1:18:32. Paul wasn’t far behind in 1:18:56 (59th) and I dragged my sorry backside home in 1:20:28 (67th). 

There were other GDHs beating the tarmac too, well done to everyone who ran:
204th: James Knapper (1:27:20)
74th (14th V40): Emma Rettig (1:39:27)
721st (146th V40): Alex Critcher (1:42:32)
1093rd: Rob Murphy (1:49:50)
394th: Kaylea Haynes (1:56:57)
603rd: Rebecca Coward (2:05:59)
807th (150th V40): Clare Higgins (2:18:37)

There was a 10k runner too and he had a screamer!

73rd (2nd V65!): John Pollard (00:50:44)   And this came in from the super speedy Emma Rettig:


A fine contingent of GDH’s turned out for the Wilmslow Half Marathon. Unfortunately the race HQ was rather chaotic as a 10km race has also been added to the festivities so it was rather difficult to find other blue and orange vests for a team photo. 

Swarms of runners and an overwhelming smell of DeepHeat aside, the day brought great running conditions and I lined up slightly ahead of the 1:40 pacers. An ambitious target but I knew (on the quiet) I wanted to give it a shot. I started well and Alex Critcher and I kept a steady pace for the first half of the race. We were eventually overtaken by the 1:40 group around mile 8 and Alex began to drop back (I’m happy to report he refound his form with the help of a significant amounts of sweets!). I was also blowing hard by this point but decided, do or die, got my head down and just kept running. 

The last few miles were tough and while I was on for a PB, I thought sub 1:40 was nothing but a dream. However I kept plugging away and suddenly the 13 mile marker appeared. A swift look at my watch confirmed it was on so I gave it all I had to cross the line in a chip time of 1:39:27. Whoop, whoop – sound the PB bell. Marathon training is totally paying off. 

A massive shout out goes to Steve Knowles who stormed around in an eye watering PB time of 1:18:32 and was the first GDH home. James Knapper came in well under 1:30 which I believe was his target time and despite tired marathon training legs Kaylea Hayes still ran well under 2 hours. 

Full results are on the link below 

https://www.tdleventservices.co.uk/event-results/events

Brilliant efforts all round!

Thanks both for these reports, some absolutely astonishing times from you all, and massive congrats Emma and Steve on a mighty impressive half marathon PB! Ding ding the PB bell!

Gin Pit Village Marathon

Marie Williamson has been off doing this event– it sounds amazing right, a pit full of gin? What could possibly be better!? Turns out there might be some running involved though and you have to run 2 marathons in 2 days over the same course! Takes some doing I bet. Nice one Marie!

Heaton Park

Kate Bees first GDH at the 10km at Heaton park. She broke the sub 60 by a whopping margin (54:37)!

In other news

Sale Sizzler entries have opened (champs race) so get your entry in nice and early for this fine, fast summer 5k spectacular!

Coach J’s sessions continue to attract a hefty number of runners which is ace, the speed folk were flying round Hurst Crescent last week they’ll need to re-tarmac soon. Talking of which, lots of runners means Jeroen needs to be in about 10 different places at once, now we could clone him, but that is a scary thought 😉 (and hopefully just reserved for Dolly the sheep). So, GDH needs you! Are you interested in getting involved in some coaching? No previous experience necessary, just an interest in running and a desire to learn more about coaching and drills, techniques and the like to help people improve! Sound good? Wanna know more? Get in touch with Jeroen, or comment on FB, or send an email to GDHweeklyreports@gmail.com and we’ll pass it on.

That’s all for this week! Don’t forget, clocks change next week – unless your name is Guy, then reckon we can nearly put those headtorches away! (Also, because i’ve made this mistake before, just a heads up…next week is Mother’s Day, not always the best plan to have a race that day 😉

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Spring is in the air and PB’s are being smashed!

So after the snow of a few weeks back, we are now basking in the first (maybe only) heatwave of 2019. T shirt and shorts are fine, and there’s barely a muddy patch to be found…ok so that’s a bit of a lie, but the ground is great right now for some fab hill running. (Depending how you like it! if you prefer wet and muddy, well just a wait a few days and sure you’ll get your wish…). And if that wasn’t enough, for us 9 to 5ers you can even get a head torch free run in after work – just! Summer is on its way!

The unseasonably fine weather coincided for some races with fair PB potential, and the GDH contingent did not waste any time putting it to good use. So read on to hear how everyone got on. *ok so perhaps not everyone – thanks Strava for a fairly epic Sunday fail – sure we will have missed something so apologies. But perhaps that’s a good reminder – if you want a mention, please send us an email to gdhweeklyreports@gmail.com, that way it’ll get included!

Parbold Hill Race

Saturday saw Matt Crompton heading West for the Parbold Hill Race and for another great result. He sent in this report:

“Parbold Hill Race is a classic trail race that has been going for 49y in west Lancs. Run over 11km of road and trail, it heads up Parbold Hill twice. This was my third time running it; I can really recommend it. I was the one GDH representative, finishing in 53:09, 87th from 461 runners.”

Great running Matt – sounds a decent race – one for next years road/trail champs maybe?! We could have a good GDH turnout for it’s 50th year…?? And as Matt didn’t mention it, we will – he got a PB by 4min 30secs on this race – errrrr wow!

Wrexham Half Marathon

Will Mather, Jim Talbot and Alex Critcher were over in Wrexham for 13 of Wrexham’s “finest” miles.  Alex sent in this report (with some other bits as I’d already written this when the report arrived J!)

Quick update from the Wrexham half, flat, windy, farmlandy. Will flew round the course in a super impressive 1h 29min 34s for his first sub 90 min half marathon – massive PB. (Choose Manchester next time Will – there isn’t even 78m elevation in that one!). Alex also got a massive PB in a speedy 1h 43min 15. Jim T unfortunately was finding that Wrexham was windy in more ways than one, and after visiting both toilet stops he arrived in in 1h 52min 40 for a massive PW but he did get 2 lots of cake.

1h 52 is pretty good going for 2 toilet stops! Waiting to find out if the 2 lots of cake were before or after the race, which could explain a thing or 2.

Here are the happy campers celebrating and commiserating their PBs and PWs.

Guess who got the PBs…

Stockport Trail Half Marathon

Not to be outdone by the Wrexham PBers, Sunday also saw a handful of GDHers enjoy the quiet Sunday A57 drive over to Marple for the Stockport Trail Half – definitely nicer than it sounds! Once he’d got back and put his feet up for a well-earned rest, Ian Crutchley sent in this report.

This race is a fairly flat, out and back on the Middlewood Way from Marple, with a section of canal towpath in the middle.  So not the most inspiring route you’ll ever run, but most of us were not here to enjoy the most exciting half marathon out there.  By and large, we were here to PB.

As for how the race went I can only speak from my own experience, this being the first flattish half marathon I’ve done, and I was struck by the fast running, and literally nowhere to hide from it.  Luke Holme was off like a rocket, and after a few miles was out of sight.  I didn’t see him again until 500 metres from the finish, where I just managed to edge past, much to his annoyance.  To be fair Luke had a great race, just returning from injury, and if he wasn’t in my sights that last couple of miles, I probably wouldn’t have got the time I did.  As for the rest, I’ll let the results do the talking, but suffice to say some impressive PB action!  Well done everyone!

62           Ian Crutchley                                    1.35.53 (PB)

63           Luke Holme                                       1.36.00 (PB)

97           Lance Hamilton-Griffiths                1.40.37 (PB)

136        Joe Gavin                                           1.46.42 (PB)

227        Kate Bowden                                    1.55.23 (PB)       

146        Wendy McMahon                            1.57.17 (not quite a PB, but good training for that Marathon!)

332        Rebecca Coward                             2.08.00 (not sure if PB, sorry Rebecca)

There were a couple of GDHers which seemed masquerading for different clubs, so I omitted them (sorry)!

GDH came 5th in the men’s team category.

Thanks for the report Ian, and some mighty quick running by all! (PS: Luke – surprised you didn’t stick your foot out when you heard him coming 😉

Happy PB faces…mostly!

Cross Country – SECCL

Big up to David C-L who is putting Jeroen’s Tuesday sessions to good use and has been putting in some great performances at the XC races this season.

On Saturday he was over at Chorley Yarrow Valley for a no doubt bizarrely dry XC race, and he stormed round the 9km-ish course in a little over 43 mins. Well run David!

And how could we forget Jo Brack – who after casually arriving at Jeroen’s session on Tuesday just in the nick of time, figured she had her timing down to a fine art. So relaxed is her pre-race routine, that she actually prefers not to stand in the ladies toilet queue that tends to still be 10 deep by the time the race starts at 1.40pm…no, Jo prefers to drive up at 1.39pm, ditch the car with a screech of tyres and a spray of mud over the spectators, and jog towards the start line to hear the gun go off, and see the backs of a hundred or so XC ladies disappear from view. Isn’t that the adrenaline rush everyone needs to make a good race?! Clearly works for Jo – she shot round the 6.5km course in a rapid 34 min. (Note to the wise, if you prefer to arrive an hour and a half early to a race so you can stand in the toilet queue 20 times, tie and re-tie your laces 6 times, have a cuppa tea, go to the loo again, and then have an extensive stretching routine with other runners whilst the smell of Deep Heat gets up your nostrils…don’t accept a lift from Jo ;)!)


Parkrun

As always there were a host of runners all over Greater Manchester enjoying the best of Hyde, Stretford, Glossop and Woodbank parks to name just a few.

This report swung its way over from Ian – Melissa and Ian Crutchley were joined by Luke Holme and Will Mather at Stretford Parkrun.  Whilst Luke and Will breezed this flat course in sub 21, allegedly brawling and scrapping with each other (*That’s Stretford for you) Melissa strolled around in a 5K PB time of about 26:55.  I say about, because the sheer number of runners that turned out (697) meant for a shambolic finish funnel, where we queued for around 1 minute to actually cross the line.  Still, it was some fantastic running!  A great fast course, and we will be back! (*Stick with Glossop – no such chaos at the finish line here!)

Joe Travis got a 5km PB in South Manc in a super impressive 18.21.

And if parkrunning in England isn’t enough, Wyatt Barlow was over in Aberystwyth for his second go at the course – clearly worked out well, he ran in for an alltime Parkrun PB of 26min 22! Parents gonna have to pretend they let him win in future eh 😉

Consolidated club report can be found here: http://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=1491

Melissa storming in only to have to queue at the finish line…

In other news

So PBs don’t come without a lot of effort and some good training – and we’re pretty sure that the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions must be paying off for you regulars! A massive thanks from everyone to Chris Webb for the mid week XC training sessions which ended this week. As Elanor Swan said, these have been brilliant (defo type 2 fun) and have been well attended by lots of crazy people from the club. Don’t panic, they’ll be back next year! (well i have no idea, but it’s in writing now so he’s kinda held to it). Tuesday sessions continue to well attended and provide great variety, with a nice competitive element thrown in for those who like it – don’t worry if you don’t, it’s all about turning up and having fun! Thanks as always Jeroen!

Well where to start? If we thought we’d got an easy week what with it being that kinda no mans land time between Xmas and the start of longer, brighter days perfect for running…well we were wrong! There was a whole host of races from short and hilly, to long and hilly, to even longer and hillier, with a bit of flat PB action, and dot watching thrown into the mix.

So, at the time of going to press the results from Hit the Trail hadn’t been published, and we couldn’t let the results of the first champs race go off without a mention!

Well done to all the guys and gals for putting in some speedy performances which saw GDH winning both the men’s and women’s team prizes – way to go! Full results can be found here, speedy performances from Paul Peters who raced home in 2nd place, and Kirsty Sharp who was 2nd lady, and Steve Knowles bagging a 1st V45, and David C-L 1st M60! Plus a host of other achievements including Marie Williamson smashing 9mins off her last time’s performance.

Brass Monkey Half Marathon

3 of us went to monkey about in York. Starting from the York race course Steve Page set off like a race horse, Will Mather stayed in the pack and Jim Talbot started at the back and worked his way up. An incredibly flat course ideal for PBs was hampered with high winds but that didn’t stop Steve swinging to his PB. 

Steve “Chimp” Page 1:25:34

Will “Gorilla” Mather 1:33:28

Jim “Orangutan” Talbot 1:42:34

Nice one guys – here they are making some new friends…

Apparently the race organisers have issued a plea for any information leading to the return of their monkey. We know nothing…

Thanks Will for the report.

Lambs Longer Leg

The race that unofficially opens the local calendar…and also seemingly opens the door on every type of weather conceivable, didn’t disappoint. The little over 5k of grind was taken on by Andrew Fox, Alan Turner, Rob Sheldon, Nick Ham, Jo Brack and Charmayne Brierley. A late person in a black vest, who some of us know, may have gone on to take First Lady but I obviously can’t confirm this 😉  Surname rhymes with nice …

So like any storm, the weather got worse the closer to the start and blew a gale as we set off up the late. A distinct lack of visible running tops today due to coat wearing. 

The first climb is always a trudge and in such weather is worse but as we descended into Dimpus Clough we entered the eye of the storm. The clag parted, and an awaiting Des Gibbons snapped away whilst Rob and I ran and slid along wondering if football boots are actually an undiscovered fell running shoe for such conditions as the bogfest we just come down. We could be onto something. 

Alas as we began to ascend, I muttered to myself ala George Clooney in Perfect Storm “she’s not gonna let us out” as the clag once again dropped on us, the wind picked up and we were hampering any attempt to run uphill. 

Finally we summited and back on track we descended swiftly down but not without literally hitting a wall of wind that prevented running to be done for a short while. 

Andrew Fox finished first Harrier and first M60, then Alan Turner hot on his heels, then Rob Sheldon and then me, quickly followed by Nick. Jo was next before the at first comical “where do I go now” look from Charmayne turned into “arrrggghhhh sprint finish is mine” and she pipped her close rival. 


Howzat Jeroen for sprint finish technique!

A great morning at a race that really sums up the enjoyment and craziness of the short fell race.

Thanks to Pete for this report and pics.

Trigger

A healthy turnout of runners and supporters braving the fine weather today – kudos all round. Having fancied a run up to support at the top of Doctors Gate, about 30 seconds in this weather was all it took for me to turn round and run back down…directed a guy back to the Pennine Way who was merrily following me back down!

Thanks to Zoe (who survived her 3rd running of the Trigger!) for this report on FB.

Today was a real team effort. Thanks to Matt Crompton, Elanor Swan, and Sarah Andrew for navigation, moral support and being generally bad ass. Notable support from Alice, Mark Davenport, Chris Jackson, Alison Holt, the Minshulls, Jude Stansfield, Rebecca Smith, Phil Swan and the Swan juniors who all saw fit to waste their Sundays hanging out on wind blasted hillside to give us cheers and sweeties! Tim Culshaw and Steve Knight both had a “good race”, Ian Crutchley did well on his debut despite finding it awful! Zoe and co met Ian Oates and Luke Holme a couple of times along the way and despite the cold and a couple of “little wanders off course” (*sounds about right!) they both finished well in around 6h. Runners were all thrilled to see the GDH support crew on the hill and at the road crossings!

13…unlucky for some? Not for Ian – he made it back, and by the looks of it still smiling!

From other sources (Strava and Ian C), Steve Knight had a minor nav malfunction after Snake summit but it doesn’t seem to have slowed him down very much. Luke apparently did find his way this time. Having said that, his way was apparently via a waist deep bog on Sliddens Bog so maybe he’s better getting lost?

Full results not yet available but it sounds like most people managed between 5hrs and 6hrs 30mins, so well done to all on that.

Parkrun

The usual array of Parkrun activity this week, despite the continuing ‘interesting’ conditions. Seventeen Glossopdalers at Glossop Parkrun on Saturday. The typically muddy Glossop course didn’t stop Melissa Crutchley smashing her PB at Glossop by 40 seconds, or Stevie Knowles getting his (Glossop?) PB, and 1st place! There were representatives at Marple, Wythenshawe, and Hyde. Paul Drury distinguished himself at Hyde by very sportingly deciding to give everyone a 10 minute headstart, just to spice up the competition. Joe Travis also gave Chadderton Hall a go; his description of the course is either a reference to it’s parentage, or suggests that it’s one to be avoided. He didn’t make clear whether or not he was still wearing his Santa suit so that might have made a difference…

Cross Country

Thanks to Chris Webb for the x country report. A murky but relatively mild day at Heaton Park saw a stacked field in the Senior Men’s and Women’s races. Chairman Stevenson was absent and so we had to hijack the Manchester YMCA club tent! Some solid performances all round, here’s what went down:

Women:

Emma Rettig: 131st (21st V40)

Jane Mellor: 173rd (14th V50)

Kaylea Haynes: 245th

Men:

Chris Webb: 52nd

Simon Watts 129th

Sean Phillips: 144th

Jamie Helmer: 225th (52nd V40)

David Chrystie-Lowe: 348th (5th V60)

Andy Burnett: 428th (60th V50)

Full results here: https://www.race-results.co.uk/results/2019/maccl184.pdf

Photos here: https://www.hsphotos.co.uk/page/home/

There’s one match left in the MACCL, back at Kenworthy Woods for the 2nd time this winter, on Saturday 9th Feb. I still have a few numbers for folks who’ve registered but not yet run a race (*oops that might be us), the league gets shirty if you register but don’t run-why not come and enjoy the fun for one last time this winter?! Anyone else that fancies it but hasn’t registered can still race, just let me know before Wednesday 6th Feb and I’ll let the race organiser know.

Paul Peters was doing some x country moonlighting and sent in report below.

I’m afraid I was out cheating on GDH at the weekend, racing for Lancaster Uni again in the mid lancs XC league. After sticking with the same group of 4 people for the whole race, they all beat me as the final stretch came along, but on the plus side I ran nearly 3 minutes faster (35:59 to 33:13) than the same course last year and cemented a top 20 finish again, so silver linings and all!

As a team we also managed to come 3rd overall, only losing to some really strong teams from Blackburn and Kendal. Well done to all the harriers who raced at Heaton park on Saturday as well!

General running

So whilst most of us were putting up with what is typical Glossop weather, seems like Frank Fielding was over in Tenerife getting in some warm weather training! There are also some of you putting in some pretty decent long training runs with marathons-a-looming in the not too distance future. Nice work folks.

Other news

Don’t forget – it’s time to pay your subs! For full details, check out the announcement from Alison Holt on the GDH Facebook page. (GDH+EA is £20 for the year)

Feeling like you’re not getting faster? The hills aren’t getting easier? You just go out and do the same old runs day after day? Then you definitely need to mix up that training! The weekly Tuesday sessions run by Jeroen have started again for 2019– great for working on your speed. These are varied sessions which start at different location in Glossop/Simmondley/Hadfield- start time at 6.45pm. If you haven’t come along yet, now’s the time! You might just get quicker but even if you don’t, whats not to like about joining nearly 40 other people on a quiet side street in Simmondley …it’s all a bit Walking Dead…
On a Wednesday, Chris Webb runs the XC sessions in Hadfield – by all accounts, muddy, hilly and a load of fun!

And one finally thing to remember, if it ain’t on Strava it didn’t happen, and even if it is on Strava we might not find it with 200+ members doing multiple runs a week! So, if you want a mention, or you want to write up a report from a race/send pics then please send an email to gdhweeklyreports@gmail.com!