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posted by DaveT on 8th Nov 2015

Tour of Pendle - results
Rightly, given the conditions and the forecast, the esteemed organiser devised a shorter course, which still had plenty packed in it. The first time that the race has been shortened. By the time the rain really set in, most runners were home, whereas had it been the full course, several people would have been tired, cold and wet, and crossing Pendle top, in the clag..
Sally Fawcett was first Lady, Nicky got a prize for something, as did David Lund and Keith.
Good to meet up with several new faces.

Complaints about Willy? I received a most welcome torrent of abuse on the road out, well appreciated, but did he creep past quietly at CP9? Are you losing your touch? You'll need to take lessons from Lewis?
Apologies accepted - see Comments.

Thanks to everyone showing their number correctly : it may seem trivial, but trying to write down a number pinned to the back of a rucsac is no help to a marshal whatsover.
With CP9 being so near the end, I didn't put supplies out, and wot shal I be doing with 108 Jaffa Cakes?

Warts Revenge:-
Saltergate Gallows - N.Y.Moors.

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WillyK says:
November 15, 2015 at 02:06 am

Regretably, Carshare, I pulled out at CP3 rather than aggravate an emerging groin/hip/lower back thing. Walked in via CP4 from there. Shame, as I was sat comfortably on Keith's shoulder at the top of the first climb. Pretty confident we can find a use for your Jaffa Cakes on the Boundary Run if you haven't thought of one yourself before then. Glad Lewis gave you something to enjoy ... could it match your own initial observations to Keiron though, I wonder