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Coniston on Friday 1st May 1987

After the brilliant weather of April, the weekend of the Coniston race brought us harshly back to reality. The clag was down to 900ft and when it cleared temporarily it was obvoius that the snow line was also 900ft. I was not feeling on the best of form (what runner ever is?), and I opted for a steady start. This was followed by an even steadier middle and a less than dynamic end.
Conditions in the valley at the start were warm, a fact that mislead many. As the first false summit of Wetherlam was approached the conditions rapidly deteriorated, and by the main ridge the snow and hail were driving into our faces* I could not see well enough to run at any speed at all, and as we approached the Old Man it felt safest to ensure that you were running with someone else.
Times were all down. Most, like me, had opted for survival, finishing was all that mattered. The field was a more manageable 271, possibly the effects of the weather and may be the size of last years field put people off.

Gerry
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PosNameTimeClubCatCommentCourse
1B Bland01:16:05   Men
59D Sant01:30:34   Men
60Kevin Lilley01:30:38Dark PeakM Men
61D Booth01:30:47   Men
122T Norriss01:38:01   Men
135N Goldsmith01:40:07   Men
238E Steward01:57:40   Men
1V Brindle01:35:16   Women
2A Harris01:38:31   Women
10G Goldsmith01:59:10   Women

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