Relays..... a good while off as yet. The Hodgson Brothers Relay is 7th October, four paired legs, from Patterdale. Likely the usual Men, MV40 and Women's teams, as there is a tight limit on entries. Most definitely a course for people with Lakes hills in the legs and the ability to thrive in bad conditions.
The UKA British Relays are from Grasmere, 20th October. Details and route descriptions. Just now we have Men, MV40, MV50, Women, WV40 teams. Maybe nearer the time it might be possible to enter additional teams, if it don't get over-subscribed.
Team selection is always hard, and a proven track recent record over similar terrain is a considerable help.
Chrome Hill – and also Notts Fell Championships. Results. Dicky sends:-"Thanks to Hollinsclough School for hosting the Notts Fell Champs in their Chrome Hill race, the replacement for the snowed-off Wolf's Pit race back in March. Glorious weather and dry hard underfoot conditions except where the two springs create the usual bog-fest for this gem of a race - the crossing of the ridge of Chrome Hill to the summit doesn't last long but it's wonderful and a quick eyes off the ground look around shows how special this valley in the upper reaches of the Dove is.DPFR in the Notts Fell Champs this year were:
Graham Moffat bronze overall and V45 gold;
and Dicky Wilkinson V55 gold.
Saunders Lakeland MM - results.
Up The Nab – Juniors Championship events - all results.
Whaley Waltz - results.
Wharfedale 2Peaks – or 3Peaks – from Kettlewell, in support of the Mountain Rescue. Only two peaks for Carshare, Buckden Pike and across to Great Whernside. The moors bone dry, and even those bogs dropping off Great Whernside. Another attempt at the optimum line off Great Whernside, all worth a try. Results.
Callow. - results.
Great Hucklow - results. lurking somewhere within Facebook...
Langley Fete - results.
Trunce 6 - results.
Danefield Relay – teams of 3 around Otley Chevin. As popular as ever, with football updates as we passed the various marshals...results.
Burbage Summer Sharpener 2:-
Stirton – near Skipton. Results. A scenic trip over the moors, £3.00, no prizes, everyone gets chocolate and a bottle of beer. As good as an evening race goes...
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