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From the Photos page

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Dungworth on Saturday 29th August 1992

The bank holiday and the clash with the Brecon Beacons race
prevented it from being a record turn out this year. Dave
Cartwright, who has run in most Dungworths, was a worthy and
popular winner. Mrs Harper was in attendance to present him with
the Granville Harper Memorial Shield on which his name becomes the
first non-Dark Peak one after eight years. Hiro\'s fan (for the
most inspired walkabout) looked to be a certainty for John Myers\'
trim last minute swerve from the pub car park on the Edwards\'
alternative finish. The trophy, however, was snatched from his
grasp by the dramatic emergence of Dick Pasley, hotly pursued by
John McCall, from the depths of Pudding Poke. The committee
eventually decided that the trophy should be held by these two
jointly; it being impossible to discriminate between the audacious
originality of Dick\'s exorbitation and the sublime mindlessness of
John\'s slip-streaming.
Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves: smooth organisation,
clement weather, impeccable course conditions and afternoon bar
extension at the Royal (possibly the last major gathering before
closure and demolition?) all contributed to a memorable sporting
occasion. Thanks from all the runners go to Tracy (who maintained
the family tradition at Sandersons Bottom), to last year\'s
champion Graham Berry (unable to compete through injury) for
sterling work at Jones\' Corner and for getting most of the flags
back; and, of course, to the ever faithful band of course-
clearers, marshals and time keepers.

Alan Yates
(Race Director)
26 starters
Click the to see results for the athlete in all results for this event, click the name for all known results for the athlete
PosNameTimeClubCatComment
1Dave Cartwright00:35:46   
2Kelvin Bowskill00:36:24   
3Alan Yates00:36:36Dark PeakMV45 
4Howard Swindells00:37:00Dark PeakMV45 
6David Holmes00:37:32Dark PeakM 
7Paul Sanderson00:37:41Dark PeakM 
8Mike Pedley00:39:23Dark PeakM 
12Will McLewin00:41:14Dark PeakMV50 
14Roy Small00:41:41Dark PeakM 
15Hugh Cotton00:42:16Dark PeakMV40 
16Dave Moseley00:42:21Dark PeakMV45 
17Jeff Harrison00:43:06Dark PeakMV50 
18Roger Baumeister00:43:39Dark PeakMV50 
19John Myers00:44:13Dark PeakMV40 
23Dick Pasley00:47:17Dark PeakMV45 
24John Manthorpe00:49:59   
25Squire John B. Edwards00:58:12   

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