Entries are now open for this race, currently we have 3 teams to entering so far, Dan Moore was trying to raise a 4th team but did not have the response required.
So this is your last chance, if you’d like to join the fun and you can muster 8 runners together (2 on each leg) then your welcome to enter a 4th team, the more the merrier, all you’ll need is a team captain and a love for running through mud, if you think your not good enough don’t worry it’s all a bit of fun.
The club will pay the £40 entry fee for all QRC teams.
The Shepherds Skyline Fell Race is a popular event. A warm up for bonfire night along this fast, muddy course – with a steep descent off Stoodley Pike for the kamikaze descenders, immediately followed by a stiff climb back up the hill. Featuring 350m of ascent over 10km this is definitely a race for the serious runner. Luckily for us we have Mick and Stacey who for some unknown reason like running up steep hills, well done both of you great stuff and keep it up.
A hilly 10 mile course on a mixture of scenic country roads and well surfaced bridleway finishing in the stunning grounds of Ripley Castle. 4 of our on form runners travelled over to Ripley near Harrogate with all coming away with fantastic times on a tough course.
EvenSplits brand new 5K race series for Leeds is staged monthly at the Brownlee Centre Cycle Circuit. The series consists of six, monthly, 5K road races, the first of which was Wednesday 5th July 2017. Each event comprises two races: an A race for those who expect to run sub-22:30 and a B race for those who expect to run 22:30 or above. Race 6 is on the 22nd Nov.
Queensbury Running Club
Queensbury Running Club
Well done to both Rocky and Stephen for showing off the QRC colours. Top running lads
The 3rd race in Airedale Athletics (AA) winter off road season, took competitors over to Wycoller in Colne, Mick Coe and Stacey Cleal were our only entrants representing QRC in race, run over 13km(8.1 miles) including 1152ft of climbing.
Well done to you both, I’m sure you both leading the results at the moment.
It what turned out to be a great day for racing weather wise, 19 QRCers turned up in City Square for the the annual festival of running held on traffic-free, closed roads around City Park and the city centre of Bradford.
Bradford City Runs proudly supports The Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit (PSBRU), and those taking part in the race are actively encouraged to raise money for the unit through sponsorship should they wish.
With 4 race distances to chose from (including the kids 1 mile) there was also a 5k, 10k and half marathon. QRC was once again well represented at this popular event.
Well done to all of you, in particular Chris Williams on a 2nd place finish in the 10k and to anybody achieving that PB.
The Holmfirth 15 mile race is an undulating historic 2 lap course with this years race incorporating the Yorkshire Veterans AA 15 Mile Road Race Championships.
Well done to Carl Heron and Simon Brady for taking on the challenge with both running superbly showing just how fast they really are with Carl finishing 9th overall in a time of 1:43:27 and 2nd in MV55, closely followed by Simon who romped home in 14th place overall, in a time of 1:46:08 and also 2nd in the MV50.
A 10k race which is almost flat with a massive 25m of climb throughout, starting at the Spa Complex in Scarborough, heading North around the the Castle Headland, past the miniture railway station, turning at the Sea Life Centre runners then headed back to the Spa Complex to finish.
The weekend also featured 2 fun run courses of 2.5km and 1.6km allowing all the family to take part and enjoy the atmosphere.
Richard and Steve Brook made their annual pilgrimage to Scarborough to take part in the 10k, and been the thoughtful duo that they are, allowed their families to watch (at least it wasn’t windy). Both had great runs considering the windy weather with Richard finishing in 42.20, followed by Steve in 55:45.
In the fun run Shelley Fernerhough ran with her son and managed a pretty nifty 6.10 in the 1.6k and 13:55 in the 2.5k (I think somebody should be moving up a group??).
Come and Beat the Bull! Claimed the organisers. The Kielder 10K was raced around the stunning Bull Crag Peninsula of Kielder Water, runners enjoyed the stunning scenery and quite possibly one of the most beautiful 10k’s in the country.
A big up for Simon Thomas who on return from injury ran an impressive 55.32 finishing 8th in the MV60 category helped on the way by his 2 sons.