<![CDATA[Dark Peak Fell Runners]]> <![CDATA[David Bell Memorial Hoppits Hill on 2021-04-11]]> David Bell Memorial Hoppits Hill on Sunday 11th April 2021
149 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Euan Patton00:18:56Dark PeakU19B(not set)(not set)
8Jonah Patton00:20:54Dark PeakU19B(not set)(not set)
10Katie Walshaw00:20:59(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
20Thomas Bradley00:22:38Dark PeakU19B(not set)(not set)
43Chris Lawson00:25:13Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
49Nicky Spinks00:25:51Dark PeakW50(not set)(not set)
66Adrian Baker00:27:13Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
79Chris Shaw00:28:18Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
96Keith Holmes00:29:11Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
98Kirsty Bryan-Jones00:29:40Dark PeakW50(not set)(not set)
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Sat, 17 Apr 2021 02:54:42 -0400
<![CDATA[Inter-counties Yorkshire U15, U17, U19]]>


Lewis has been contacted by Dave Woodhead about Yorkshire selection U15, U17 & U19 for the Inter-counties championship. Please get in touch with Lewis if you wish to run for Yorkshire.

Dave writes:

Yorkshire - Inter County Team Selection
The 2021 British U15, U17 & U19 Inter Counties Fell Running Championship is to be held at Up the Nab, Derbyshire on Sunday 13th June 2021.
Yorkshire Team selection - 3 x BU15, 3 x BU17 & 3 x MU19
3 x GU15, 3 x GU17 & 3 x FU19
Selection in these strange times will be from all known form, be it fell, road, track races etc, but priority will be given to the English Championship race at West Nab, Meltham, Huddersfield on Saturday 29th May.
West Nab Info - https://www.holmfirthharriers.com/event/west-nab-fell-race/ Please note new race routes
Please be aware West Nab is not the Yorkshire championships race this will be run later in the year, when restrictions are hopefully eased and a prize presentation is allowed.
Any athletes interested please contact us with their name, DOB, club. Note - County qualification is by birth or 9 month residency.
Selectors Dave or Eileen Woodhead - Tel - 01535 669100
Eileen & Dave Woodhead
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Thu, 15 Apr 2021 18:19:43 -0400
<![CDATA[Eyam & Abney TT on 2021-04-11]]> Eyam & Abney TT on Sunday 11th April 2021
22 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Rupert Allison01:27:10Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
2Neil Northrop01:30:44Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
3Mike Nolan01:34:25Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
4Tim Rutter01:34:50Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
5Stu Reid01:56:41Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
6Mike Annett01:57:58Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Eliot Waterhouse02:02:39Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
8Jim Paxman02:03:33Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
9Nick Kirk02:06:06Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
10Tim Mackey02:08:58Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
11Mark Bush02:13:01Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
12Mick Cochrane02:15:21Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
13Dave Arundale02:18:35Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
14Emily Barnett02:19:25Dark PeakU19G(not set)(not set)
15Martyn Jones02:19:41Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
16Drew Chester02:21:12(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
17Guy Ward02:23:54Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
18Michael Arundale02:31:03Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
19Bob Bryan02:41:10Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
20Lewis Ashton02:42:31Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 13 Apr 2021 03:50:21 -0400
<![CDATA[Geoff Bell 1938 - 2021]]> I am sorry to report the death of Geoff Bell, one of the founding members of Dark Peak Fell Runners, back in 1976. Geoff had been ill for some time.

Roger Baumeister adds "Geoff was a regular member of the winning Rucksack club team in the Watershed and also pioneered the solo self sufficient Pennine Way, which he completed 3 times, each time getting quicker until he was satisfied. He was also a member of the first Dark Peak group to complete the BG in 1977 and also a past President of the Rucksack club".

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Fri, 26 Mar 2021 13:00:42 -0400
<![CDATA[Hopes and expectations]]> As things stand (28th Feb), our current expectation is that we will be returning to club Wednesday nights after 29th March. Returning to last autumn's format of groups of six, with pre-booking. We'll be re-starting from Lodgemoor initially, but it would be nice to get a little further afield this year, if we can manage it. Plans for races and TTs will follow shortly no doubt.

The Juniors are hoping to be back out on the hill on Easter Sunday.

Lewis

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Sun, 28 Feb 2021 09:17:09 -0500
<![CDATA[Burbage Skyline update]]> With ongoing uncertainly with regards to covid restrictions, Burbage Skyline will not be going ahead on the planned date of 11 May 2021. We are looking at a possible alternative date of Wednesday 11th August, and a decision will be made around June.

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Fri, 12 Feb 2021 02:47:38 -0500
<![CDATA[Still Chasing the Dream - a memoir by Roger Baumeister]]> Roger tells me that his memoir, "Still Chasing the Dream" is now ready for printing thanks to much hard work by his daughter Gill. The cost per copy is £7.50 and £1.50 postage. Please check the January 2019 club list as to whether your address is correct or not so it goes to the right place.

Roger says "I think that I can decide the size of print run by 14th Feb. If you could let me know if you want a copy and send payment by then I would appreciate it." After the initial run the book will be available on Amazon for £9 .99.

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Sat, 06 Feb 2021 14:09:25 -0500
<![CDATA[Tigger Tor 2021 on 2021-01-31]]> Tigger Tor 2021 on Sunday 31st January 2021
33 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Steve Franklin00:57:06(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
6Keith Swainson01:08:26Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
7Jack Foxall01:08:36Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
8Rachel Thorley01:12:54Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
9James Burton01:14:17Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
10Caz Kay01:14:37(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
11Stu Reid01:14:40Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
13Chris Lawson01:16:51Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
14Jim Paxman01:20:00Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
16Mark Gamsu01:27:58Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
18Emma Mavin 01:31:43(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
20Georgie Hill01:34:54Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Wed, 03 Feb 2021 01:18:18 -0500
<![CDATA[Read all about it!]]> Dark Peak News is back!

Tom & Hannah Saville have taken up the challenge as editors for our very own Fanzine. So please let them know if you've got material you're keen to get into print! Next edition is due out Summer 2021.

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Fri, 22 Jan 2021 15:22:52 -0500
<![CDATA[Wednesday evening runs now cancelled until further notice]]> Following guidance from the governmant regarding national lockdown from 5th jan onwards, all wednesday evening runs are now cancelled until further notice.

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Tue, 05 Jan 2021 03:17:24 -0500
<![CDATA[New Covid regulations as of 31st December, 2020]]> As of Thursday 31st December, Derbyshire is in “Tier 4: Stay at Home” while South Yorkshire remains in “Tier 3: Very High Alert”. As a consequence of this, residents of South Yorkshire may not cross the county boundary to run in Derbyshire and residents of Derbyshire may not cross into South Yorkshire to run in God’s own county.

Winter TT’s wholly within Derbyshire

Fairbrook Round

High Neb

Bar Brook Blast

Blackden Skyline

Moz’s Birthday Run

Triple Crossing

Crook Hill

Winter TT’s wholly within South Yorkshire

Pike Low

Winter TT’s that cross the county boundary and that therefore ought not to be run at present

Warts’ Revenge

Blackamoor

Deep and Back


Glen is looking to add more races to the calendar.


Meanwhile, Wednesday evening runs from the Sportsman remain permissible for residents of South Yorkshire.

JimP

31st December, 2020

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Thu, 31 Dec 2020 01:48:20 -0500
<![CDATA[Winter TT results update]]> Attached is a file which has a summary of each race result, ranked by the handicap time. I do know of people who have run races but results yet to be entered via the google forms. Anyone of the links takes you to the required form.

A few stats and performance highlights:
107 race performances from 59 different people so far. Combined running time of 219 hours, 20 minutes and 17 seconds. with an average of 2 hours and 3 minutes. The longest being 11 hours 40 minutes on the solstice and shortest just under 30 minutes on the Blackmoor race. 6 people have complete 4 or more races with Jim Paxman having completed 7 and only has not entertained the Solstice so far. one 1 team has submitted a solstice result so far however I do believe James Halse has also been round in a team.
Edale circle was won on the handicap by Majka with a handicap time of 1:41:19, ahead of Tom Brunt and Mick Cochrane
Oli took the honours at Crookstone ahead of Peter and Tom Brunt. Notable performances from the course setter Peter Gorvett (M70) and Graham Berry (M75), placing 5th and 8th respectively in the handicap
Warts revenge - Tom Brunt leads here ahead of Jim Paxman and Ralph Skrimshire
High Neb - Peter Gorvett has run a stormer here posting a handicap time of 25:46! Followed by Majka and Myself
Fairbrook Round, which I highly recommend having run it in the summer, is being lead by Ralph at a bit over the hour.
Boxing Day Bogtrot - Jim has already called on Tim Mackey's (M65) run but worthy of another mention as it's a clear 5 minutes on the handicap ahead of anyone else. The top 3 is rounded out by Pete Gorvett and Ken Jones. Both M70. In fact Mick Cochrane was 4th and also a M70. Looks like the younger folk need to get some training in... Also a strong run by Emily Barnett who had a strong run rounding out the top 5.
Blackamoor - I've managed to edge out Jim Paxman and Sarah Lilleman by a whisker so far having got out and run that today in sloppy and claggy conditions
We're almost at the end of this month but as i've said before if you've missed a race you fancy doing after the cut off still get out and do it and submit a result.
Glen

2020-12-29--Winter-TT-Results---28-Dec-2020.xlsx

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Tue, 29 Dec 2020 06:04:52 -0500
<![CDATA[Boxing Day Bogtrot results]]> Roy, not permitted to organise the race and refreshments as normal (remember normal?) provided some suggested controls for people. He did not expect to be sent results, although I guess we didn't make that clear. Anyway, if you do want to submit a time so that you get into the Winter TT league please use this link, even if you've already sent them to Roy:

Submit results here


Thanks

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Sun, 27 Dec 2020 07:55:24 -0500
<![CDATA[Crookstone Crashout TT men on 2020-12-20]]> What a difference a day makes, Monday was very wet and misty ,which shows the value of the small window of time trialing as we had good conditions on the day.

In essence with a long race route the format of many staggered starts provided the usual race for what was the 74th running of this twice a year classic. There were no obvious mishaps although it was unfortunate that despite careful parking the local farmer couldn't get into the field by the old Barn.
The Patton's managed to win the team race with Kirsty running really well and despite taking the 'easier', but longer route round the bottom of Dean hill and up via the cabin, losing time, against Pete who took the rough direct route Oli took first place and the trophy.
Route variations is what Race Planner Pete Gorvett had hoped for, when at least 4 options appear to have been taken back from Blackden.
The inclusion of the ponds under Ringing Roger allowed us all to take new lines not experienced before and route choice to go round or down in Blackden.
Next June it will be the 75th running of the race, it's amazing to think when we set off up the hill back in 1984 some of us would still be be doing such tom foolery (apologies to Westgate and Saville).What will the coming race and indeed year bring, the original blast or a devilish option.
Andy
Not as many routes visible since Strava changed the default so that flyby visibility is disabled, but the leaders enabled it for me and I managed to look at a few others. Generally it seems the more direct routes were best; I thought more might be tempted to choose longer path routes. Oli was steadily pulling away from Pete until leg 6 back across Blackden, where he was a minute and a half slower going down to the bottom wall. On leg 1 it didn't seem to matter whether you left the main track on the land rover track or stayed on for longer, leg 2 seems faster getting up to the wall early, despite the tempting grassy shelf contouring out of the quarry, leg 4 to the ponds was much faster direct (I went up to the edge), and I think Andy B's route round the edge above Blackden was marginally slower for leg 5.
The comment column includes the time adjusted by the Eric Mitchell Trophy handicap formula and Eric Mitchell position. Congratulations to Oli for taking the Eric Mitchell for 2020; it will be interesting to see what event he chooses to defend it.
Peter
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Crookstone Crashout TT men on Sunday 20th December 2020

What a difference a day makes, Monday was very wet and misty ,which shows the value of the small window of time trialing as we had good conditions on the day.

In essence with a long race route the format of many staggered starts provided the usual race for what was the 74th running of this twice a year classic. There were no obvious mishaps although it was unfortunate that despite careful parking the local farmer couldn't get into the field by the old Barn.
The Patton's managed to win the team race with Kirsty running really well and despite taking the 'easier', but longer route round the bottom of Dean hill and up via the cabin, losing time, against Pete who took the rough direct route Oli took first place and the trophy.
Route variations is what Race Planner Pete Gorvett had hoped for, when at least 4 options appear to have been taken back from Blackden.
The inclusion of the ponds under Ringing Roger allowed us all to take new lines not experienced before and route choice to go round or down in Blackden.
Next June it will be the 75th running of the race, it's amazing to think when we set off up the hill back in 1984 some of us would still be be doing such tom foolery (apologies to Westgate and Saville).What will the coming race and indeed year bring, the original blast or a devilish option.
Andy
Not as many routes visible since Strava changed the default so that flyby visibility is disabled, but the leaders enabled it for me and I managed to look at a few others. Generally it seems the more direct routes were best; I thought more might be tempted to choose longer path routes. Oli was steadily pulling away from Pete until leg 6 back across Blackden, where he was a minute and a half slower going down to the bottom wall. On leg 1 it didn't seem to matter whether you left the main track on the land rover track or stayed on for longer, leg 2 seems faster getting up to the wall early, despite the tempting grassy shelf contouring out of the quarry, leg 4 to the ponds was much faster direct (I went up to the edge), and I think Andy B's route round the edge above Blackden was marginally slower for leg 5.
The comment column includes the time adjusted by the Eric Mitchell Trophy handicap formula and Eric Mitchell position. Congratulations to Oli for taking the Eric Mitchell for 2020; it will be interesting to see what event he chooses to defend it.
Peter
24 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Oli Johnson01:24:30Dark PeakM401:18:58 (1)(not set)
2Peter Davies01:25:26Dark PeakM401:19:51 (2)(not set)
3Tom Brunt01:32:24Dark PeakM451:26:21 (3) Ran Saturday(not set)
4Josh Williams01:37:43Dark PeakMSEN1:37:43 (9)(not set)
5Glen Borrell01:41:05Dark PeakM401:34:28 (6)(not set)
6Ralph Skrimshire01:42:50Dark PeakM401:36:06 (8)(not set)
7Euan Patton01:48:36Dark PeakU17B1:42:27 (11) Y16(not set)
8Simon Patton01:48:48Dark PeakM501:34:37 (7)(not set)
9Jonah Patton01:48:52Dark PeakU19B1:42:42 (12) Y17(not set)
10Dave Sykes02:04:17Dark PeakM451:56:09 (21)(not set)
13Andy Barnett02:08:19Dark PeakM551:51:35 (18)(not set)
14Richard Bradbury02:10:10Dark PeakM452:01:39 (22)(not set)
15Mike Nolan02:11:00Dark PeakM501:53:55 (20)(not set)
16George Yates02:12:00Dark PeakM452:03:22 (23)(not set)
16P Meiring02:12:00(not set)(not set)0:00:00 (24)(not set)
18Tim Hawley02:16:00Dark PeakM601:42:15 (10)(not set)
19Tom Westgate02:16:41Dark PeakM601:42:46 (13)(not set)
20Jim Paxman02:18:39Dark PeakM601:44:15 (14)(not set)
21Peter Gorvett02:22:33Dark PeakM701:33:10 (5)(not set)
22Lewis Ashton02:37:12Dark PeakM502:16:42 (25) Junior session 1st(not set)
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Tue, 22 Dec 2020 15:33:16 -0500
<![CDATA[Crookstone Crashout TT women on 2020-12-20]]> What a difference a day makes, Monday was very wet and misty ,which shows the value of the small window of time trialing as we had good conditions on the day.

In essence with a long race route the format of many staggered starts provided the usual race for what was the 74th running of this twice a year classic. There were no obvious mishaps although it was unfortunate that despite careful parking the local farmer couldn't get into the field by the old Barn.
The Patton's managed to win the team race with Kirsty running really well and despite taking the 'easier', but longer route round the bottom of Dean hill and up via the cabin, losing time, against Pete who took the rough direct route Oli took first place and the trophy.
Route variations is what Race Planner Pete Gorvett had hoped for, when at least 4 options appear to have been taken back from Blackden.
The inclusion of the ponds under Ringing Roger allowed us all to take new lines not experienced before and route choice to go round or down in Blackden.
Next June it will be the 75th running of the race, it's amazing to think when we set off up the hill back in 1984 some of us would still be be doing such tom foolery (apologies to Westgate and Saville).What will the coming race and indeed year bring, the original blast or a devilish option.
Andy
Not as many routes visible since Strava changed the default so that flyby visibility is disabled, but the leaders enabled it for me and I managed to look at a few others. Generally it seems the more direct routes were best; I thought more might be tempted to choose longer path routes. Oli was steadily pulling away from Pete until leg 6 back across Blackden, where he was a minute and a half slower going down to the bottom wall. On leg 1 it didn't seem to matter whether you left the main track on the land rover track or stayed on for longer, leg 2 seems faster getting up to the wall early, despite the tempting grassy shelf contouring out of the quarry, leg 4 to the ponds was much faster direct (I went up to the edge), and I think Andy B's route round the edge above Blackden was marginally slower for leg 5.
The comment column includes the time adjusted by the Eric Mitchell Trophy handicap formula and Eric Mitchell position. Congratulations to Oli for taking the Eric Mitchell for 2020; it will be interesting to see what event he chooses to defend it.
Peter
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Crookstone Crashout TT women on Sunday 20th December 2020

What a difference a day makes, Monday was very wet and misty ,which shows the value of the small window of time trialing as we had good conditions on the day.

In essence with a long race route the format of many staggered starts provided the usual race for what was the 74th running of this twice a year classic. There were no obvious mishaps although it was unfortunate that despite careful parking the local farmer couldn't get into the field by the old Barn.
The Patton's managed to win the team race with Kirsty running really well and despite taking the 'easier', but longer route round the bottom of Dean hill and up via the cabin, losing time, against Pete who took the rough direct route Oli took first place and the trophy.
Route variations is what Race Planner Pete Gorvett had hoped for, when at least 4 options appear to have been taken back from Blackden.
The inclusion of the ponds under Ringing Roger allowed us all to take new lines not experienced before and route choice to go round or down in Blackden.
Next June it will be the 75th running of the race, it's amazing to think when we set off up the hill back in 1984 some of us would still be be doing such tom foolery (apologies to Westgate and Saville).What will the coming race and indeed year bring, the original blast or a devilish option.
Andy
Not as many routes visible since Strava changed the default so that flyby visibility is disabled, but the leaders enabled it for me and I managed to look at a few others. Generally it seems the more direct routes were best; I thought more might be tempted to choose longer path routes. Oli was steadily pulling away from Pete until leg 6 back across Blackden, where he was a minute and a half slower going down to the bottom wall. On leg 1 it didn't seem to matter whether you left the main track on the land rover track or stayed on for longer, leg 2 seems faster getting up to the wall early, despite the tempting grassy shelf contouring out of the quarry, leg 4 to the ponds was much faster direct (I went up to the edge), and I think Andy B's route round the edge above Blackden was marginally slower for leg 5.
The comment column includes the time adjusted by the Eric Mitchell Trophy handicap formula and Eric Mitchell position. Congratulations to Oli for taking the Eric Mitchell for 2020; it will be interesting to see what event he chooses to defend it.
Peter
4 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Sarah Lilleman02:07:19Dark PeakWSEN1:48:49 (16)(not set)
2Kirsty Bryan-Jones02:07:20Dark PeakW501:31:36 (4)(not set)
3Fiona Fullwood02:13:34Dark PeakW401:46:00 (15)(not set)
4Helen Elmore02:37:12Dark PeakW452:04:46 (24) Junior session 1st(not set)
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Tue, 22 Dec 2020 15:32:22 -0500
<![CDATA[Headstone Carols]]> Having read the rules, yet again, our Wednesday night run provisions will enable us to have Head Stone Carols on 23rd December. See the calendar entry for details, including the start point. It is important to note the following:

  • 2m distancing is required, for both running and singing.
  • Singing groups must be the same as your running group. The maximum number of people is 6 per group.
  • Everyone be must signed up before hand - the link is on the calendar page.
  • Print out your own song sheets - the link is on the calendar page.

It is critical to ensure that you group does not encroach on any other group.

Please do not be offended is someone asks you to respect their space. Everyone has the right to feel cumfortable.

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Fri, 18 Dec 2020 16:20:34 -0500
<![CDATA[Edale Skyline 2021 news]]> Unfortunately we have to announce that in the current circumstances it will not be possible to run the Edale Skyline event in its usual spring slot. However we will be keeping all options open regarding possibilities as soon as the outlook improves.

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Tue, 15 Dec 2020 04:34:28 -0500
<![CDATA[Edale Circle TT - women on 2020-12-06]]> It was a great turnout with 35 people running. Well done to all who ran, especially those on the final weekend as there were stories of knee deep snow on the tops and plenty of stamina sapping mud in the valleys. Tom Saville and Majka Kunika currently have line honours... If there are any of you who are itching to run or have a second go feel free to do so and submit your time.

Glen B.

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Edale Circle TT - women on Sunday 6th December 2020

It was a great turnout with 35 people running. Well done to all who ran, especially those on the final weekend as there were stories of knee deep snow on the tops and plenty of stamina sapping mud in the valleys. Tom Saville and Majka Kunika currently have line honours... If there are any of you who are itching to run or have a second go feel free to do so and submit your time.

Glen B.

7 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Majka Kunicka02:04:44Dark PeakW40(not set)(not set)
2Sarah Lilleman02:22:40Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
3Clare Oliffe02:38:51Dark PeakW40(not set)(not set)
4Emily Barnett02:51:03Dark PeakU19G(not set)(not set)
5Julia Nolan02:54:00Dark PeakW50(not set)(not set)
6Kirsty Bryant-Jones02:54:00(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
7Helen Barnett03:44:38(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
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Sun, 13 Dec 2020 05:37:06 -0500
<![CDATA[Edale Circle TT on 2020-12-06]]> It was a great turnout with 35 people running. Well done to all who ran, especially those on the final weekend as there were stories of knee deep snow on the tops and plenty of stamina sapping mud in the valleys. Tom Saville and Majka Kunika currently have line honours... If there are any of you who are itching to run or have a second go feel free to do so and submit your time.

Glen B.

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Edale Circle TT on Sunday 6th December 2020

It was a great turnout with 35 people running. Well done to all who ran, especially those on the final weekend as there were stories of knee deep snow on the tops and plenty of stamina sapping mud in the valleys. Tom Saville and Majka Kunika currently have line honours... If there are any of you who are itching to run or have a second go feel free to do so and submit your time.

Glen B.

28 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tom Saville01:51:01Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
2Tom Brunt01:51:44Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
3Glen Borrell01:54:17Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
4Ralph Skirmshire02:00:45(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
5Jack Foxall02:14:19Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
6Rich Bradbury02:14:51(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
7Carl Egdell02:15:30(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
8James Halse02:17:11Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
9Chris Lawson02:17:38Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
10Tim Rippon02:22:45Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
11Simon Rippon02:24:38Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
12Nick Kirk02:26:50Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
13John Webber02:27:22Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
14Roland Allatt02:29:21Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
15Matt Harmon02:34:23Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
16Lee Walker02:38:51Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
17Basil Moss02:42:33(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
18Jame Wherat02:42:33(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
19Mick Cochrane02:49:50Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
20Jim Paxman02:51:44Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
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Sun, 13 Dec 2020 05:29:52 -0500
<![CDATA[Wednesday night runs - back on!]]> A reminder that Wednesday night runs are back on from Redmires playing field. Park in the playing field public parking.

The maximum group is six. Please pre-book your place, via the link in calendar entry for the night. Gather in the correct corner for your defined group. Its a wise precaution to have road and off road shoes / torch, in case conditions force a change of plan. These runs are for members only, non-members who wish to check out the club should contact the Membership secretary, via the contact page on the web site, before attending - much as we wish to welcome you, we have to make sure we have suitable contact details and a place for you in the groups.

The runs start at 6:30 prompt. by 6:35 there is usually and empty car park, with some cars.

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Thu, 03 Dec 2020 11:04:21 -0500