<![CDATA[Dark Peak Fell Runners]]> <![CDATA[Tuesday Coaching]]> There will be a break in the Tuesday coaching sessions over the summer holidays. Coaching will resume on Tuesday 5th September, 6.30 pm in Millhouses Park.

Well done to everyone who has attended this year, good to see a strong female turn out as well as some younger members. Remember that you don't have to be particularly fast or fit to take part, the session caters for all abilities!

See you in September! Dave T

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Wed, 26 Jul 2017 06:00:14 -0400
<![CDATA[Holme Moss on 2017-07-23]]> Holme Moss on Sunday 23rd July 2017
141 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1P Bray02:34:08(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
7Chris Perry02:53:47Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
9David Lund02:55:22Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
13Bob Johnston03:01:48Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
17Jon Morgan03:09:38Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
28Steve Adams03:25:01Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
31M Kunicka03:27:08(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
40Tim Rippon03:39:06Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
52Stephen Kenworthy03:45:38Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
106G McArthy04:30:57(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
128Willy Kitchen04:56:39Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
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Wed, 26 Jul 2017 02:25:40 -0400
<![CDATA[Charlesworth and Chisworth Challenge on 2017-07-15]]> Charlesworth and Chisworth Challenge on Saturday 15th July 2017
78 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Mussie Kassa00:22:21(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
4Mike Nolan00:23:53Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
11Andy Barnett00:26:40Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
57Emily Barnett00:32:57Dark PeakU17G(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:55:13 -0400
<![CDATA[New Photos In The Archive]]> Kev Borman has sent me loads (131) of old photos which he has transferred from slides. They range in date from 1988 to 1996 and Kev has named them carefully, so they make an excellent historical record. Full of unfeasibly young Dark Peakers...

Find them here - http://dpfr.piwigo.com/index?/category/270-assorted_slides_1988_1996

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Tue, 25 Jul 2017 07:03:39 -0400
<![CDATA[Trunce 7 on 2017-07-24]]> Trunce 7 on Monday 24th July 2017
284 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tom Saville00:23:49Dark PeakMU23(not set)(not set)
6J Crownshaw00:26:13(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
21Dominic Watts00:28:11Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
23E Deacon00:28:18(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
38Russell Beresford00:30:02Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
64Kirsty Bryan-Jones00:32:12Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
67Keith Holmes00:32:22Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
95Eugene Rybinski00:34:36Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
188Barry Needle00:43:21Dark PeakM75(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 25 Jul 2017 02:28:50 -0400
<![CDATA[James Blakeley on 2017-06-17]]> James Blakeley on Saturday 17th June 2017
22 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1S Stead00:20:08(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
8Adrian Baker00:27:13Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
9J Howells00:27:39(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:25:12 -0400
<![CDATA[Ingleborough on 2017-07-15]]> Ingleborough on Saturday 15th July 2017
123 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1J Baxter00:49:16(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
22Joe Blackett01:00:47Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
35Stephen Martin01:05:14Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:19:59 -0400
<![CDATA[Lingmell Dash on 2017-07-22]]> Lingmell Dash on Saturday 22nd July 2017
13 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1B Mounsey00:52:10(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
2Mike Robinson00:54:16Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
5K Hall00:59:40(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:13:36 -0400
<![CDATA[Chapel Fell Top on 2017-07-18]]> Chapel Fell Top on Tuesday 18th July 2017
66 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1W Robson00:35:07(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
12Joe Blackett00:40:49Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
30K Robertson00:45:43(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
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Thu, 20 Jul 2017 13:18:22 -0400
<![CDATA[Bamford Carnival on 2017-07-19]]> Bamford Carnival on Wednesday 19th July 2017
199 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Matthew Elkington00:29:06Dark PeakMU23(not set)(not set)
5Paul Fauset00:31:47Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
7David Lund00:32:15Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
9Austin Frost00:32:26Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
10Joseph Wade00:32:34Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
11Ralph Skrimshire00:33:01Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
18Simon Dixon00:34:33Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
21Chris Duffy00:34:43Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
44Carl Bradford00:37:42Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
47Martyn Jones00:37:50Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
55Chloe Haines00:38:25Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
57Dave Coleshill00:38:36Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
64Jim Paxman00:39:28Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
65Nicola Parkin00:39:32Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
67John Brierley00:39:38Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
72Kirsty Bryan-Jones00:40:01Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
90Alison Wainwright00:41:01Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
96Robert Moore00:41:18Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
149Paul Sanderson00:46:56Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
Keith Holmes(not set)Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
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Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:59:28 -0400
<![CDATA[Summer Series (8) on 2017-07-17]]> Whicken Whizz was Race 8 and 20 runners came along on a warm summers evening however Ralph set off late and won by a few seconds over Dave and Pete. There were a few internal battles going on - with the undergrowth playing a big part in slowing runners down. Well done Martyn Jones who beat most of the field that usually beat him!

Nicky

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Summer Series (8) on Monday 17th July 2017

Whicken Whizz was Race 8 and 20 runners came along on a warm summers evening however Ralph set off late and won by a few seconds over Dave and Pete. There were a few internal battles going on - with the undergrowth playing a big part in slowing runners down. Well done Martyn Jones who beat most of the field that usually beat him!

Nicky

20 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Ralph Skrimshire00:38:58Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
12Jim Paxman00:49:40Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
2David Lund00:39:10Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
13Steve Storey00:50:00(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
3Peter Davies00:39:12Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
14Keith Holmes00:50:15Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
4Russell Beresford00:42:52Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
15Tim Hawley00:51:57Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
5Kristian Groom00:43:02Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
16Ian Winterburn00:53:30Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
6Steve Sanders00:44:00(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
17Tom Westgate00:54:30Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Jon Webber00:44:36(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
18Anne Beresford00:59:47(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
8Martyn Jones00:45:35Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
19Barry Needle01:06:16Dark PeakM75(not set)(not set)
9Majka Kunicka00:45:59(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
20Jim Orrell01:10:06Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
10Nicky Spinks00:46:18Dark PeakW50(not set)(not set)
11Ellie Crownshaw00:48:15Dark PeakWU23(not set)(not set)
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Wed, 19 Jul 2017 07:42:55 -0400
<![CDATA[Sedbergh Sports on 2017-07-14]]> Sedbergh Sports on Friday 14th July 2017
38 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1John Boyle00:25:37Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
17C Nance00:33:47(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
30Will Spain00:38:30Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 17 Jul 2017 02:47:15 -0400
<![CDATA[Kentmere on 2017-07-16]]> Kentmere on Sunday 16th July 2017
346 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1J Jardine01:32:57(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
14Peter Davies01:43:12Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
16Kieran Allanson01:43:40Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
17Chris Perry01:43:43Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
23David Lund01:47:01Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
32Matthew Elkington01:51:41Dark PeakMU23(not set)(not set)
43J Briscoe01:53:35(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
49Tom Pape01:56:06Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
78Jack Foxall02:00:28Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
108Chloe Haines02:05:40Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
132P Holda02:09:01(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
178Keith Holmes02:17:07Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
204Dave Tait02:22:01Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
301Richard Hopkinson02:44:41Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 17 Jul 2017 02:38:11 -0400
<![CDATA[Snowdon on 2017-07-15]]> Snowdon on Saturday 15th July 2017
565 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1D Magnini01:06:43(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
18Stuart Bond01:14:31Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
44A Conway01:20:16(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
94Simon Dixon01:26:21Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
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Sun, 16 Jul 2017 15:04:42 -0400
<![CDATA[Evening Rab MMM 2 on 2017-07-15]]> Evening Rab MMM 2 on Saturday 15th July 2017
73 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1P Vokes02:10:56(not set)(not set)330 – 20 = 310 points(not set)
2Josh Williams02:04:20Dark PeakMSEN310 – 5 = 305 points (not set)
9Peter Gorvett02:03:00Dark PeakM70230 -3 = 227 points(not set)
12David Harrison02:11:28Dark PeakM50250 – 25 = 225 points(not set)
14Ralph Skrimshire01:58:58Dark PeakMSEN210 points(not set)
52Andy Bell02:22:48Dark PeakM55250 – 120 = 130 points(not set)
29Martin Smith / Dorothy Pelly01:55:45(not set)(not set)180 points(not set)
66Steve Wathall02:28:01Dark PeakM55210 - 180 = 30 points(not set)
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Sun, 16 Jul 2017 12:08:27 -0400
<![CDATA[Dave Lund's Downhill Only Series Races 5 & 6 Results]]> Race 4 Lords Seat to Chapel Gate results

  1. Dave Sykes 1:57
  2. Dave Lund 2:00
  3. Jon Pemberton 2:02
  4. Pete Davies 2:29

Race 5 Mam Tor trig to Dave's Van parked at Odin's Mine results

  1. Jon Pemberton 3:42
  2. Pete Davis 4:13
  3. Dave Lund 4:14
  4. Dave Sykes 5:06

Great to see the rising star Pete Davies out for this and increase the field for the biggest turnout so far in the downhill race series ….4 people!

Jon Pemberton came with the plan to meet up at Odin's mine for a decent warm up to Lords seat. He also had the idea to do another downhill race from Mam Tor trig on the way back to our cars and later on when we met Dave S and he said the same thing, it was decided. Anyway we set off for Lords seat, Jon and Pete were pushing quite a bit and not wanting to get dropped I increased my pace and got to the top of Mam Tor first (a bit more effort than I wanted to put in for a gentle warm up) only to realise we weren't going to Mam Tor we were going to Lords Seat, while I thought this through Jon ran past and pipped me to the Trig… bugger - Jon 1 Dave 0 Pete 0. We set off down to Mam Nick, Jon stayed on the path while I got a better line on a grassy trod and reached the gate first…. boom Dave1, Jon 1, Pete 0. Now I like how this is going down but so much for starting the downhill races on fresh legs. We pushed all the way to Lords Seat having mini battles up every little incline and to every stile. When we got there I mentioned I didn't want this to be the start, I wanted to start directly at the top of the hill above the stile at Chapel gate which you cross before the final ascent on the Horse hill tor race. I also wanted to start right on the edge and the reason for this was so there would be no flat running just eyeballs out descending down to the bottom. Pete thought it would be good to start from Lords seat and run to the gate and that did look good as it wasn't clear which would be the best line to take. We couldn't decide which to go for so waited for Dave Sykes to arrive and make the call. He liked Pete's idea too but said to go with mine seen as though it was my race. "It's not my race it's ours" I said but we went with my option and I was pleased we did.

Standing at the top of the hill I could feel the fear and knew this was going to be crazy, we had a look over the edge to scope our lines and then walked back up to the highest point. My money was on Dave to win this and even though he was playing on small niggles from Wasdale he didn't disappoint. I set us off and straight away Dave shot off like a crazy animal just let out of its cage, his arms going all over the shop. Jon was near me and we battled but Dave had built up some right distance in the first few seconds. This is mental; I had got in front of Jon and started to close the gap on Dave… There's no time to hold back if I'm gonna catch him then need to go all out. Dave won easily (3 seconds) followed by myself then Jon then Pete. It was over so quickly (2 minutes for me) but it was just too awesome.

We climbed back up heading for Lords' seat, I was knackered now but Pete seemed to have just got warmed up and he powered up the stiff climb with Jon not far behind. When Dave and I summited Pete and Jon were waiting for us. Pete 1, Jon 1, Dave 1, Dave S 0. We had another battle to the top of Mam tor and I just pipped Jon which put me in the lead of the unofficial races that we weren't actually having but maybe we were and just hadn't spoke about it.

So it was time for the second downhill race of the evening, Mam Tor trig down to my van which was parked near Odin's Mine. Dave S was opting for the left side of Mam Tor while Pete, Jon and I were all going right. I was getting nervous again. 3,2,1 Go…. This time Jon was off like a rocket, Pete and I chasing him down. Jon shouted something back to us and Pete said something like "this is f..king crazy" it was clear Jon had won this in the first few seconds as every time I looked up, he had increased the gap more and more. Pete and myself battled down to the broken road and through the woods with Pete hanging back while I showed him the lines (albeit very bad ones). Approaching the gate were my van was parked I sensed I was in for another second place but cheeky Pete hurdled the fence and we had a sprint finish with Pete beating me for second place. Dave S who as I mentioned took the left side descent from Mam Tor came in about a minute later showing the right side is truly faster.

It was good vibes all evening and even though the two races we did only took about 6 minutes we had been out for an hour and had a good run pushing each other on the climbs and getting a good work out. So maybe this is the way to go… doing 2 races in one night? Certainly seems more worthwhile to come out for and if you like running downhill maybe you should come, I think you'll love these races! Also if you're a bit unsure or uneasy then Dave Sykes said he would descend with someone and give them pointers so that's worth thinking about – free downhill coaching from one of the best descenders in the club!

The date for the next race is Thursday 10th August from Lose Hill at 7:30 pm and it's a double bubble again. The orange route is race 1 and the green route race2 (see attached map).

Hope to see you there.

2017-07-14--losehill downhill race.jpg

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Fri, 14 Jul 2017 15:23:35 -0400
<![CDATA[Black Rocks on 2017-07-12]]> Black Rocks on Wednesday 12th July 2017
205 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1H Holmes00:34:55(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
30L Taylor00:45:03(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
44Austin Frost00:46:17Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
134Jon Heathfield00:54:53Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
146Tim Nixon00:55:56Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
183Steve Dewick01:02:42Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
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Fri, 14 Jul 2017 02:34:38 -0400
<![CDATA[Summer Series (5) on 2017-06-19]]> With such a busy previous weekend - the Club BG, Tebay English Championship Race and then The Great Lakes this was always going to be a quiet race - a shame as a good, fast, scenic course! Add to that temperatures at an all time year high and things were always going to be interesting! At 6.40p.m. there was only Jim Paxman and myself, should we agree to go round together and share the win or would he be tired after doing the BG weekend and Tebay so I could gain an advantage? Shortly after that we were joined by Steve Wathall so a 3 way share was debated - but Steve did Tebay and The Great Lakes and he has a bad knee! Shame he has a worse memory i.e.when he starts racing he forgets he's got a bad knee!

Even when Tim Hawley and Tom Westgate joined us the conversation was about a social run and points shared. However. such thoughts were quickly grounded when Peter Davies, Roger Woods and Martyn Jones appeared. The evening was completed when Tim Priest and at the last minute Willy appeared so that was 10 in all.
So we set off, prior to that Jim had been bragging about this being "his stamping ground" - confidence? Tactics to demoralise the opposition? False bravado?
So we set of with Peter immediately in the lead but going left followed by Jim - the wrong direction!!!!!
Jim's brag proved right, a better path with less bracken, albeit they had to double back, first to the stone circle. We then divided into 3 routes to CP2 - direct past the stone pillar, part path and then off piste, the direct or path all the way - Jim took the latter and got it right again! There has been a request for a "Steward's enquiry" from Tom who feels several competitors missed CP2; unfortunately it did not affect me and NO CCTV so rejected, but it will rest on some peoples consciences for a while! That is assuming Tom's claim are right?
CP3 the quarry - its a BIG hole but always proves a challenge - Tim Priest is still looking for it!
Ironically the second stone circle proved little problem although Martyn did get rather dis-orientated.
People, well all except Peter (who was well in the lead) have realised the direct route to High Neb Trig is "not on"! We were all together and catching Peter albeit being 1Km behind! From High Neb there was a route change from previous races and this appeared to create confusion. Do you follow the edge? When do you leave it? I was determined to include the Sheep Fold as I remember Dave Tait when he was a Yorkshire resident including it in a New Years Race and I think I never found it! Well, once again it seemed to sort people out - some went direct, others in the wrong direction, maybe because it was new? After that lots of decisions Carpark and back? Direct? Even with Charmian stood there people chose various alternatives!!!
It was meant to be a easy and fast course - everything was runnable but in the end, in true summer series tradition, proved a navigational and decision making challenge! A great course, but I am bias! Thanks to Simon Dixon who really came up with the course and Dave Tait for the inspiration re the very large sheepfold. In true tradition people were left talking about the best options and discussion was ripe!

Keith


The Results:
The field was close all the way, with the exception of Peter. When I finished I could not understand why the clipboard was still on my car then Peter appeared from the car park, I assumed changed - but no "the wrong valley"! A good night!!!! But we must not run it any later as it would then be: Bracken 1 : DPFR 0

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Summer Series (5) on Monday 19th June 2017

With such a busy previous weekend - the Club BG, Tebay English Championship Race and then The Great Lakes this was always going to be a quiet race - a shame as a good, fast, scenic course! Add to that temperatures at an all time year high and things were always going to be interesting! At 6.40p.m. there was only Jim Paxman and myself, should we agree to go round together and share the win or would he be tired after doing the BG weekend and Tebay so I could gain an advantage? Shortly after that we were joined by Steve Wathall so a 3 way share was debated - but Steve did Tebay and The Great Lakes and he has a bad knee! Shame he has a worse memory i.e.when he starts racing he forgets he's got a bad knee!

Even when Tim Hawley and Tom Westgate joined us the conversation was about a social run and points shared. However. such thoughts were quickly grounded when Peter Davies, Roger Woods and Martyn Jones appeared. The evening was completed when Tim Priest and at the last minute Willy appeared so that was 10 in all.
So we set off, prior to that Jim had been bragging about this being "his stamping ground" - confidence? Tactics to demoralise the opposition? False bravado?
So we set of with Peter immediately in the lead but going left followed by Jim - the wrong direction!!!!!
Jim's brag proved right, a better path with less bracken, albeit they had to double back, first to the stone circle. We then divided into 3 routes to CP2 - direct past the stone pillar, part path and then off piste, the direct or path all the way - Jim took the latter and got it right again! There has been a request for a "Steward's enquiry" from Tom who feels several competitors missed CP2; unfortunately it did not affect me and NO CCTV so rejected, but it will rest on some peoples consciences for a while! That is assuming Tom's claim are right?
CP3 the quarry - its a BIG hole but always proves a challenge - Tim Priest is still looking for it!
Ironically the second stone circle proved little problem although Martyn did get rather dis-orientated.
People, well all except Peter (who was well in the lead) have realised the direct route to High Neb Trig is "not on"! We were all together and catching Peter albeit being 1Km behind! From High Neb there was a route change from previous races and this appeared to create confusion. Do you follow the edge? When do you leave it? I was determined to include the Sheep Fold as I remember Dave Tait when he was a Yorkshire resident including it in a New Years Race and I think I never found it! Well, once again it seemed to sort people out - some went direct, others in the wrong direction, maybe because it was new? After that lots of decisions Carpark and back? Direct? Even with Charmian stood there people chose various alternatives!!!
It was meant to be a easy and fast course - everything was runnable but in the end, in true summer series tradition, proved a navigational and decision making challenge! A great course, but I am bias! Thanks to Simon Dixon who really came up with the course and Dave Tait for the inspiration re the very large sheepfold. In true tradition people were left talking about the best options and discussion was ripe!

Keith


The Results:
The field was close all the way, with the exception of Peter. When I finished I could not understand why the clipboard was still on my car then Peter appeared from the car park, I assumed changed - but no "the wrong valley"! A good night!!!! But we must not run it any later as it would then be: Bracken 1 : DPFR 0

10 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Keith Holmes01:04:37Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
2Peter Davies01:05:14Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
3Martyn Jones01:05:46Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
4Tim Hawley01:06:29Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
5Roger Woods01:08:11Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
6Jim Paxman01:10:57Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Tom Westgate01:21:13Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
8Steve Wathall01:21:24Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
9Willy Kitchen01:22:10Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
Tim Priest(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
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Thu, 13 Jul 2017 14:55:26 -0400
<![CDATA[Thurlstone Chase on 2017-07-01]]> Thurlstone Chase on Saturday 1st July 2017
92 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1S Hinchcliffe00:22:41(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
2Austin Frost00:24:37Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
8C Rice00:26:05(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
28Chloe Haines00:29:06Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
38Stephen Kenworthy00:30:30Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
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Wed, 12 Jul 2017 02:26:57 -0400
<![CDATA[Summer Series (6) on 2017-07-10]]> Long Tour of Bamford was Race 6 and 12 runners set off with Dave and Ralph soon disappearing off in a battle for 1st. Ralph later decided to try his direct bracken line and Dave cruised to win!

Quite a few bonus points awarded and the League Table is constantly changing now as it's the 5 Best performances that count when runners do more than the required 5 in order to complete the Series.

Nicky

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Summer Series (6) on Monday 10th July 2017

Long Tour of Bamford was Race 6 and 12 runners set off with Dave and Ralph soon disappearing off in a battle for 1st. Ralph later decided to try his direct bracken line and Dave cruised to win!

Quite a few bonus points awarded and the League Table is constantly changing now as it's the 5 Best performances that count when runners do more than the required 5 in order to complete the Series.

Nicky

12 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1David Lund00:37:16Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
10Anne Beresford01:06:21(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
2Raplh Skrimshire00:38:46(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
11Tom Westgate01:02:11Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
3Nicky Spinks00:44:40Dark PeakW50(not set)(not set)
12Jim Orrell01:03:54Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
4Ellie Crownshaw00:45:10Dark PeakWU23(not set)(not set)
5Keith Holmes00:45:21Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
6Steve Sanders00:45:42(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
7Tim Hawley00:46:55Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
8Martin Jones00:47:43(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
9Simon Bacsich00:56:12Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 11 Jul 2017 14:30:23 -0400