<![CDATA[Dark Peak Fell Runners]]> <![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
<![CDATA[wed night runs are back on the 2nd December]]> Wed night runs are back on the 2nd december - see calendar for details

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Mon, 30 Nov 2020 03:08:57 -0500
<![CDATA[Another newspaper article: cabin fever on the moors]]> Clive found this in today's Guardian about Oyster cabin -
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/27/country-diary-cabin-fever-on-the-moors

It will be getting crowded out there (apparently Higher Shelf already is!)

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Fri, 27 Nov 2020 03:41:15 -0500
<![CDATA[Remembrance Race 11.11 on 2020-11-11]]> 2020-11-20--Rem-Race-11.11a.jpg

Initially I had slight concerns regarding the race as it was quickly organised in response to the Covid situation. However, it turned out to be popular with many favourable responses received from the 26 runners, along with kind birthday wishes. The essence was an 11 mile race with 11 hundred feet of ascent to be completed during the week of the 11th day of the 11th month. The distance was accurate (even though measured with a bit of string) but the height involved was a little more than estimated.

There was some route choice, but attempting the most direct lines was often a mistake as Tim Mackey found on High Neb trig. The major route choice was at what point to leave the conduit and whether to climb the big wall. The best running conditions were certainly early in the week as later runs encountered very strong winds and increased difficulties under foot.

Fastest time was by Tom Saville and Oli Johnson running round together in the dark they recorded a resounding 1.33.39. They even had time to discuss various topics and conclude that ‘Running isn’t always about racing’! Really? Does that mean they’ll let some of us mere mortals beat them next year?

Sally Fawcett was fastest female and achieved an excellent time of 1.43.55, especially considering she appears to have run an extra .29 miles. Second female was Clare Oliffe in a highly commendable time of 1.52.25. It was good to see Clare and Lee Walker embrace the race theme and start together on Sunday at 11.11. John Webber finished in an outstanding time of 1.38.31 for an M60, which was also the best time for M50 and M55 categories.

Six praise worthy ‘elevenoligists’ started at precisely 11secs past 11mins past 11 on the 11th day of the 11th month. Three of these runners, Bob Bryan and the Arundale brothers lost time as they were foolish enough to follow the RO assuming he knew the best way. The RO also happened to finish the race a year older than he started. Jim Paxman started at the same time but realised he’d lost his phone and retraced his steps back to the Sportsman to look for it. Fortunately he found it and started again. This time his dog lost its nerve and refused to pass some scary dogs meaning another retreat to the Sportsman. Jim started for the third time two days later dogless and finally finished in a notable 1.52.03.

Even though people were running separately there were some very close times around the 1.51mins mark, with six runners finishing within a couple of minutes of each other. An even closer race was between the three M70’s who all finished within one minute of each other. As usual, all three produced excuses why they ran so slowly. Peter Gorvett stopped on route for a chat with Hugh Cotton, Mick Cochrane had to get his dog around the barbed wire and the RO took the wrong line on his first attempt and was still tired from this for his second. It is interesting to note that almost half the field of 26 runners were aged over 60.

Even though High Neb is well known by club runners and seemingly impossible to get wrong, Andy Barnett discovered that not to be the case in thick mist. A number of runners experienced problems with cows and lost valuable time, especially Eliot Waterhouse. Perhaps we can ask Nicky Spinks to organise a training session with her herd to improve our cow passing skills.

Chris Lawson finished in a splendid time of 1.37.54. However, he missed out CP6 therefore had to suffer the consequences and have his time adjusted. To determine this, the RO consulted with the Honourable Judge Jim Paxman for a verdict which was an addition of 4 minutes.

After Rod Hill Mark Gamsu got totally lost in a field, chatted up the farmer’s daughter, inadvertently stopped his watch and finally finished in the dark. He submitted an estimated time which was increased by a further few minutes by the RO and Judge Jim. This additional time will be reduced if Mark decides to marry the farmer’s daughter. However Mark says he may have to wait a while as it seems the farmer’s daughter is fed up being proposed to by runners lost in that field.

For some inexplicable reason Maurice Musson had marked CP5 incorrectly on his suspect map. Arriving at his fictitious CP5 which was a long way off route, he then realised he had also failed to mark CP6, not even incorrectly. The story then became rather confused, but basically his random, self selected CP5 meant he was faced with a long and arduous way back, arriving at the Sportsman from completely the wrong direction. Finally finishing in over three hours, he had gone much further and much higher than anyone else. Even though it may be considered inhumane, it was still deemed necessary to impose a time penalty to ensure the RO did not receive death threats from Chris and Mark.

Ken Jones RO]]>
Remembrance Race 11.11 on Wednesday 11th November 2020

2020-11-20--Rem-Race-11.11a.jpg

Initially I had slight concerns regarding the race as it was quickly organised in response to the Covid situation. However, it turned out to be popular with many favourable responses received from the 26 runners, along with kind birthday wishes. The essence was an 11 mile race with 11 hundred feet of ascent to be completed during the week of the 11th day of the 11th month. The distance was accurate (even though measured with a bit of string) but the height involved was a little more than estimated.

There was some route choice, but attempting the most direct lines was often a mistake as Tim Mackey found on High Neb trig. The major route choice was at what point to leave the conduit and whether to climb the big wall. The best running conditions were certainly early in the week as later runs encountered very strong winds and increased difficulties under foot.

Fastest time was by Tom Saville and Oli Johnson running round together in the dark they recorded a resounding 1.33.39. They even had time to discuss various topics and conclude that ‘Running isn’t always about racing’! Really? Does that mean they’ll let some of us mere mortals beat them next year?

Sally Fawcett was fastest female and achieved an excellent time of 1.43.55, especially considering she appears to have run an extra .29 miles. Second female was Clare Oliffe in a highly commendable time of 1.52.25. It was good to see Clare and Lee Walker embrace the race theme and start together on Sunday at 11.11. John Webber finished in an outstanding time of 1.38.31 for an M60, which was also the best time for M50 and M55 categories.

Six praise worthy ‘elevenoligists’ started at precisely 11secs past 11mins past 11 on the 11th day of the 11th month. Three of these runners, Bob Bryan and the Arundale brothers lost time as they were foolish enough to follow the RO assuming he knew the best way. The RO also happened to finish the race a year older than he started. Jim Paxman started at the same time but realised he’d lost his phone and retraced his steps back to the Sportsman to look for it. Fortunately he found it and started again. This time his dog lost its nerve and refused to pass some scary dogs meaning another retreat to the Sportsman. Jim started for the third time two days later dogless and finally finished in a notable 1.52.03.

Even though people were running separately there were some very close times around the 1.51mins mark, with six runners finishing within a couple of minutes of each other. An even closer race was between the three M70’s who all finished within one minute of each other. As usual, all three produced excuses why they ran so slowly. Peter Gorvett stopped on route for a chat with Hugh Cotton, Mick Cochrane had to get his dog around the barbed wire and the RO took the wrong line on his first attempt and was still tired from this for his second. It is interesting to note that almost half the field of 26 runners were aged over 60.

Even though High Neb is well known by club runners and seemingly impossible to get wrong, Andy Barnett discovered that not to be the case in thick mist. A number of runners experienced problems with cows and lost valuable time, especially Eliot Waterhouse. Perhaps we can ask Nicky Spinks to organise a training session with her herd to improve our cow passing skills.

Chris Lawson finished in a splendid time of 1.37.54. However, he missed out CP6 therefore had to suffer the consequences and have his time adjusted. To determine this, the RO consulted with the Honourable Judge Jim Paxman for a verdict which was an addition of 4 minutes.

After Rod Hill Mark Gamsu got totally lost in a field, chatted up the farmer’s daughter, inadvertently stopped his watch and finally finished in the dark. He submitted an estimated time which was increased by a further few minutes by the RO and Judge Jim. This additional time will be reduced if Mark decides to marry the farmer’s daughter. However Mark says he may have to wait a while as it seems the farmer’s daughter is fed up being proposed to by runners lost in that field.

For some inexplicable reason Maurice Musson had marked CP5 incorrectly on his suspect map. Arriving at his fictitious CP5 which was a long way off route, he then realised he had also failed to mark CP6, not even incorrectly. The story then became rather confused, but basically his random, self selected CP5 meant he was faced with a long and arduous way back, arriving at the Sportsman from completely the wrong direction. Finally finishing in over three hours, he had gone much further and much higher than anyone else. Even though it may be considered inhumane, it was still deemed necessary to impose a time penalty to ensure the RO did not receive death threats from Chris and Mark.

Ken Jones RO
26 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tom Saville01:33:39Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
1Oli Johnson01:33:39Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
3James Burton01:37:13Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
4John Webber01:38:31Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
5Eliot Waterhouse01:41:12Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
6Paul Walwyn01:41:34Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
7Chris Lawson01:42:00Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
8Sally Fawcett01:43:55Dark PeakW40(not set)(not set)
9Martyn Jones01:49:59Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
10Tim Rippon01:51:21Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
11Steven Jeff01:51:35Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
12Jim Paxman01:52:03Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
13Clare Oliffe01:52:25Dark PeakW40(not set)(not set)
14Lee Walker01:52:50Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
15Andy Barnett01:59:29Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
16Tim Mackey02:01:02Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
17Peter Govett02:04:45(not set)(not set)(not set)(not set)
18Ken Jones02:04:52Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
19Mick Cochrane02:05:45Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
20John Rawlinson02:14:00Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
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Fri, 20 Nov 2020 18:19:41 -0500
<![CDATA[2020 TT League report]]> Time Trial Leagues 2020

The time trial leagues were set up in April, in extremis. There was no organised sport and no understanding of when it might happen again. There was no racing and there has been an exceptionally limited return by November – when everything stopped again.

I’d hoped that we’d be lucky and not squeeze in more than ten races before we could return the mass start racing and organised runs. A vain hope, it turns out. We finished up with 28 counting races. The total upped by a glut of short, uphill only races in September.

By the summer it became clear that it was as useful to treat the races as a route to follow as it was to race round them, just for an excuse to get out. If the series returns in 2021, I’ll be encouraging completion as much as racing. For the longer and medium routes, the organisers have put a lot of thought into courses that take in some of the best terrain that the Dark Peak has to offer. Just getting out there can be good for the soul!

Rosie W was sitting at the top of the women’s league from the outset, by virtue of races completed. From early on, there was a question as to whether Majka would complete enough races to overtake Rosie. Majka won every race she started – an impressive streak. In the event, the uphill series in September totally changed the outcome. Sarah Lilleman leapt from 5th into the lead.

Sarah completed a mix of races short, medium and long and had a mix of these as her 10 counters.

Rosie was distinctly hampered in her low-key campaign to stay on top, by being unable to run in September & so missing out on the uphill sub-series.

In the men’s series, I managed to stay close to the top for a while in pursuit of the club philosophy that “it’s a poor person who can’t win their own race”. Nip and tuck with Jim P kept me on my toes for a while. Our usual slugfest - one to him one to me - trundled on for a while. We both got a lucky escape from that, when I had to stop racing! After that I steadily slipped down the rankings, as was inevitable really.

Tom Pape did a good job of staying up there in the league. Not as hampered by a 15 trigs round mid-season as you might think.

In the end, the men’s top five was pretty closely fought – except that Tom Brunt managed 9 wins out in 20 races. He could have used is discarded results to put in his own second team and come 3rd with 908 points! 1st & 3rd is not bad at all for one person!

I haven’t done a detailed look at the age groups, but both ends of the spectrum warrant comment. Ken Jones M70 - He’s done 18 races in the series and finished in 12th position. Only the youthful Steve Yeoman managed to get ahead of Ken with less than the 10 counting races. Ken’s performances have been out of this world. It has been suggested that the older he gets, the faster he gets. The other age group contender is without compare is Euan Patton. The Patton’s showing us all the way again! Running in the U17 category, he won over-all in the three uphill races he started. In these individual races, he beat all of the leading lights at the top of the TT league – given there’s at least a few senior National Championships counters in the defeated field, that definitely showing us the way!

The winners will be united with their glorious trophies in due course!

The Races:

Triple Crossing TT

Ashop Horseshoe TT

Upper Derwent Stones TT

Burbage Skyline TT

Crookstone Crashout TT

Solstice 42 TT

Alport TT

Alport Watershed TT

Blackden Skyline TT

White Stones and Heart of Darkness

Olympic Fell race

Eyam & Abney TT

Derwent TT: Race 1

Fairbrook Round TT

Fairholmes 4 Trigs TT

Derwent TT: Race 2

Derwent TT: Race 3

Win Hill Uphill Only TT

Kinder Springs TT

September 7 - Duper Lane

Derwent TT: Race 4

Three Tops TT

Tour de Bradfield Moors TT

September 7 - Lose Hill

September 7 - The Beast

September 7 - Sir William Hill

September 7 - Shatton Mast

September 7 - Mam Tor

I'll happily take review comments on the races to find which of the new routes warrant re-running in future.

Fingers crossed for next season!

Lewis

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Tue, 10 Nov 2020 14:36:40 -0500
<![CDATA[Dark Peak Mountain Marathon on 2020-10-31]]> Dark Peak Mountain Marathon. Otherwise known as T'OMM.

A great day (or two) was had by all who took part.
Press release and full report to follow.
Tom

Note from the TT Series organiser - I realise (belatedly) that a score format does not fit the TT league scoring. So unfortunately I've not included these results in the leagues. Sorry to disappoint. However, I don't think any major places in the league will be impacted by this lat change. Lewis

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Dark Peak Mountain Marathon on Saturday 31st October 2020

Dark Peak Mountain Marathon. Otherwise known as T'OMM.

A great day (or two) was had by all who took part.
Press release and full report to follow.
Tom

Note from the TT Series organiser - I realise (belatedly) that a score format does not fit the TT league scoring. So unfortunately I've not included these results in the leagues. Sorry to disappoint. However, I don't think any major places in the league will be impacted by this lat change. Lewis

PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Lucy Wiegand / Jon Mold11:49:03Dark Peak(not set) 50 pts - Overall winners and outstanding effort!Two day
2Steve Hancock / Matt Rigby10:40:42(not set)Open45 ptsTwo day
3Ralph Skrimshire11:28:00Dark PeakM4034 pts- 1st two day soloTwo day
4Paul Walwyn11:44:38Dark PeakMSEN32 ptsTwo day
5Dan Cade / Alec Sabey11:11:02(not set)U2521 pts - 1st U25 teamTwo day
6Kevin Saville / Kerry Saville11:09:07Dark Peak(not set)19 ptsTwo day
7James Halse11:14:17Dark PeakM4018 ptsTwo day
8Chris Clay11:35:47Dark PeakM4016 ptsTwo day
9Isabelle Tongue / Sharon James10:02:23(not set)Female12 pts - 1st female teamTwo day
10Roy Small / Marilyn Small08:30:00(not set)(not set)5 ptsTwo day
1Sally Fawcett / Simon Mills05:29:53Dark Peak(not set)15 pts 1st single day teamSingle Day
2Alastair Graves05:37:59Dark PeakMSEN15 pts 1st single day soloSingle Day
3Charlie Elliot / Alex Elliot05:33:04Dark Peak(not set)11 pts - 1st Parent and childSingle Day
4Andrew Holt / Carrie Holt05:23:29(not set)(not set)4 ptsSingle Day
5Felicity Freeman / Emma Wadsworth04:47:44(not set)Female4 ptsSingle Day
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Tue, 10 Nov 2020 14:07:50 -0500
<![CDATA[Trigs & Monuments TT on 2020-11-08]]> Trigs & Monuments TT on Sunday 8th November 2020
12 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1James Halse00:52:03Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
2Eliot Waterhouse00:53:36Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
3Tom Pape00:54:00Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
4John Webber00:55:44Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
5Paul Addison00:59:04Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
6Mike Annett00:59:14Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Jim Paxman01:01:52Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
8Peter Gorvett01:02:41Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
9Ken Jones01:07:32Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
10Mick Cochrane01:10:35Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
11Michael Griffiths01:15:11Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
12Pete Macfarlane01:26:12Dark PeakM65(not set)(not set)
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Mon, 09 Nov 2020 06:17:12 -0500
<![CDATA[Group runs suspended]]> In line with the guidance from England Athletic and national legislation, Dark Peak have suspended all group runs until further notice. It is acceptable to run in house hold groups, or with one other person.

Stay safe. Stay fit. Stay well.

Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.

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Thu, 05 Nov 2020 05:50:45 -0500
<![CDATA[September 7 - Duper Lane (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Duper Lane (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
2 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Sarah Lilleman00:12:10Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
2Philippa Rose00:12:41Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 10:55:28 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 Hill Climbs - Full Results now available]]> Apologies for the delay but the final results of the September 7 Hill Climbs are now available

Well done to Tim and Philippa for their overall victories

https://www.dpfr.org.uk/results/view/5617

https://www.dpfr.org.uk/results/view/5616

MN

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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 09:33:39 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Overall (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Overall (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
15 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Philippa Rose01:41:02Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
2Sarah Lilleman01:49:56Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 09:25:34 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Overall (Men) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Overall (Men) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
6 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tim Rutter01:16:47Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
2Jim Paxman01:27:53Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
3Andy Barnett01:37:45Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
4Paul Walwyn01:58:06Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
5Ken Jones02:00:50Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
6Michael Griffiths02:05:32Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 09:24:22 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Mam Tor (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Mam Tor (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
2 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Philippa Rose00:12:24Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
2Sarah Lilleman00:15:16Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 09:00:58 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Mam Tor (Men) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Mam Tor (Men) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
10 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tim Rutter00:07:45Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
2Tom Brunt00:09:08Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
3Andy Barnett00:12:18Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
4Jim Paxman00:12:52Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
5Paul Walwyn00:14:24Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
6Ken Jones00:14:51Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
7Michael Griffiths00:16:07Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
8Mark Gamsu00:21:10Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:59:53 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Shatton Mast (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Shatton Mast (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
3 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Philippa Rose00:13:19Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
2Sarah Lilleman00:13:46Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:53:32 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Shatton Mast (Men) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Shatton Mast (Men) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
10 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Euan Patton00:09:25Dark PeakU17B(not set)(not set)
2Tom Brunt00:09:58Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
3Tim Rutter00:10:12Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
4Roland Allatt00:11:36Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
5Andy Barnett00:12:05Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
6Martin Evans00:13:58Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Paul Walwyn00:14:47Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
8Michael Griffiths00:15:18Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
9Ken Jones00:15:56Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
10Mark Gamsu00:20:27Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:51:26 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Sir William Hill (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Sir William Hill (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
2 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Philippa Rose00:15:42Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
2Sarah Lilleman00:17:27Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:41:21 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - Sir William Hill (Men) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - Sir William Hill (Men) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
10 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Tim Rutter00:12:05Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
2Tom Brunt00:12:21Dark PeakM45(not set)(not set)
3Jim Paxman00:13:23Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
4Roland Allatt00:15:10Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
5Andy Barnett00:15:40Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
6Martin Evans00:16:57Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
7Ken Jones00:19:14Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
8Michael Griffiths00:20:12Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
9Mark Gamsu00:22:09Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
10Paul Walwyn00:23:25Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:38:58 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - The Beast (Women) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - The Beast (Women) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
3 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
2Philippa Rose00:17:35Dark PeakW45(not set)(not set)
1Sarah Lilleman00:19:50Dark PeakWSEN(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:30:39 -0400
<![CDATA[September 7 - The Beast (Men) on 2020-09-30]]> September 7 - The Beast (Men) on Wednesday 30th September 2020
13 starters
PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1Peter Davies00:12:51Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
2Tim Rutter00:13:39Dark PeakM40(not set)(not set)
3Neil Northrop00:13:59Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
4Dominic Scott00:14:36Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
5Mike Nolan00:14:52Dark PeakM50(not set)(not set)
6Roland Allatt00:14:53Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
7Andy Barnett00:16:03Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
8Jim Paxman00:17:27Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
9Martin Evans00:18:03Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
10Mark Gamsu00:19:32Dark PeakM60(not set)(not set)
11Ken Jones00:20:09Dark PeakM70(not set)(not set)
12Paul Walwyn00:20:36Dark PeakMSEN(not set)(not set)
13Michael Griffiths00:24:23Dark PeakM55(not set)(not set)
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Tue, 27 Oct 2020 08:29:42 -0400