Category Archives: Results

Yorkshire Coast 10k 2013

Richard Brook put in a good performance at the Yorkshire Coast 10k in Scarborough at the weekend, finishing 134th in 43:32. Some new technology on display from Sports Timing Soloutions as well, filming and tagging finishers as they approach the finish line: http://www.sportstimingsolutions.co.uk/running_results_master_details.php?race_name=The%20McCain%20Yorkshire%20Coast%2010k%202013&bib=448

 

Full Results: http://www.sportstimingsolutions.co.uk/running_results_master.php?recordID=The%20McCain%20Yorkshire%20Coast%2010k%202013

Weekend Report

The Bradford City Run took part this weekend, comprising of a half marathon, a 10k & a 5k. Queensbury RC had quite a few entries into the half marathon with no members opting for the shorter distances. A wet and windy day provided the difficult conditions we’re more than used to up here. Martin Firth (1:25:27) won his age category and finished 7th overall after a close battle with local Bingley rival Stephen Fry. Carl Heron (1:30:55) was next followe dby Richard Brook (1:41:03), Graham Jowett (1:48:33), Andrew Tempest-Mitchell (1:58:35) & Helen Collins (2:24:06)

Full Results: https://racebest.com/results/bradford-city-runs-half-marathon

The Accrington 10k was also held the same day and in the same wet & windy conditions. Chris Williams finished 4th in 36:22, Darren Midgely was 14th in 38:29 and Pete Hughes won his category and was 19th overall in 39:42.

Full Resuts: http://www.ukroadraces.info/results/2013/accr.htm

The pick of the fell races this weekend was the Bronte Way, organised by KCAC, which is a one direction race and means competitiors are shipped out from Haworth to Wycoller and then race back. Mick Coe finished the difficult 8 mile off road course in 1:07:01 & Anna Smith won her category in 1:17:45!

Full Results: http://kcac.co.uk/events/bronteway/13_bronte_way.html

Woodland Challenge

Last Sunday’s Woodland Challenge attracted a field of 285 (including a competitor who had cycled from Manchester) and the front runners set a devastating pace.  The course was twisty and fast.  Representing Queensbury Mick Coe (44:01) and Graham Jowett (52:39) finished well up the field and they both battled out close finishes in the final yards.  The Woodland Challenge was the first fixture in the Airedale Athletics Off-Road Winter Challenge, where Graham’s points give him the lead in the individual challenge.  Mick is the second individual and Queensbury is second in the club league.

Full results here.

Weekend Report

Steve Wilby completed his second 10k in two weeks at Netherthong this weekend completing the hilly course in 58:08. The previous weekend Steve ran in Southports Natterjack 10k and finished in 53:21, 306th from over 650 finishers.

Netherthong Full Results: http://netherthongprimary.kgfl.dbprimary.com/kgfl/primary/netherthongprimary/web/201310kresults(1).xls

Natterjack Full Results: http://www.natterjackseaside10k.com/Results/2013   Saturday saw the last race in the

Airedale Athletics Off-Road Summer League at Thieveley Pike. Final results pending for the off road challenge. Anna was the only Queensbury Runner to take on the race and sent in a brief report:

Early cloud lifted and it was sunny with perfect visibility by the time the race started.  The steep climb was early in the race and runners used grassy handholds to scramble past each other.  The turn to the pike itself meant heading into a stiff easterly wind before rounding the trig point and racing back down to the line at the end of the finishing field. Provisional results are that I was 90th of 135 finishers in 46.42 and 1st FV50 (except the first lady, who was in the same category).

# Still awaiting full results

 

Sunday was the Horsforth 10k from Woodhouse Grove School. A fast, uphill start for 3km and then some nice steady downhill followed by a long stretch back on the canal before finishing in the playing fields. A big turn out packed with top runners made for a competitive race. Phillip Tedd who works at Woodhouse Grove, also a member of Sale Harriers, won the race in 33:18 just ahead of Ian Fisher of Otley AC. Chris Williams finished 10th in 35:34, Darren Midgely 30th in 37:39, Curtis Brennan, on his was back from Illness put in an excellent time of 42:01 and Richard Brook finished in 44:37.

Full Results: http://www.horsforthharriers.co.uk/results/10k2013Resultv1.htm

 

Ben Clare added another of the classic endurance races to his CV on Sunday by entering the famous 3 Peaks Cyclocross Race, a 36 mile off road bike ride taking in the 3 Peaks of Yorkshire, Whernside, Ingleborough & Pen-Y-Ghent. For more info on this race have a look at the website: http://www.3peakscyclocross.org.uk/.

Ben finished in 5:21:25, impressive considering he only got his bike a month ago and has spent more time carrying it around than riding it to get used to hauling it up the steep faces he faced on Sunday.

Full Results: http://results.sportident.co.uk/home/event.html?eventid=77361f64-b25c-4915-94f4-9f8a9b03bfd1

Weekend Report

Stainland Lions new trail race took place on Sunday and was well attended by Queensbury. A long list of honours in the results as well starting with Mick Coe’s top 10 finish and first place V45, strong runs also from Phil Robinson (52:11, 18th), Carl Heron (52:30, 22nd), with Anna Smith (54:43, 33rd) taking first place in her category, Graham Jowett (58:00, 48th) claimed second place in his category as well, Jo Horan (58:42,  52nd) and first place in her category, Dylan Hayes (01:02:18, 70th) and Andrew Tempest-Mitchell (01:04:45, 84th).

Many thanks to Stainland Lions for a great new race to add to the calendar.

Full Results: http://www.stainlandlions.com/Results/2013/StainlandTrailResults220913.pdf

On Saturday Chris Williams ran in the 15 mile Good Shepherd fell race, starting in Mytholmroyd. A much stronger field than the previous year showed as Chris finished 5 minutes quicker than last time around and 17 places lower in 22nd. Misty conditions on the moors didn’t help and a missed turning on London Road cost some time and effort! A great route though taking in Stoodley Pike twice from different climbs.

Full Results: http://www.cvfr.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/GoodShepherd2013.pdf

Spen Greenway 10k

Five Queensbury runners took part in the out and back Spen Greenway 10k. Darren Midgely just missed out on breaking the 37 minute barrier, finishing 8th in 37:06, very closely followed by Martin Firth, who despite his impressive time of 37:22 was still pushed back to 3rd in the V50 category! Carl Heron was back in slightly over 40 minutes, finishing 26th in 40:39. Richard Brook achieved a new personal best for the distance in 42:53, taking a big chunk from his last time round, completing the team was Steve Wilby in 96th in 53:05

 

Full Results: http://spenac.co.uk/Greenway%20Results%202013.pdf

Yorkshireman marathons 8 September

Runners from the north of England and further afield met at Haworth Primary School on a bright morning with almost no wind. Times were fast in the good conditions and Mick Coe made quick work of the half marathon route finishing 21st of 246 in the excellent time of 2:00:52. The full marathon was also competitive with an exceptionally strong vets field. Carl Heron improved on a time set in the extreme heat of 2012 to finish 47th of 179 in 4:10:09 while Anna Smith felt better after some biscuits at mile 21 and went on to finish 110th in 5:02:48. As usual all aspects of the event were superbly organised and competitors enjoyed routes over some of the most beautiful local landscape.

Full results at http://results.sportident.co.uk/home/event.html?eventid=7340dcca-1635-41b1-a3e7-bb42858e29ec

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Leeds Country Way Relay

Queensbury RC contributed 4 runners to the Airedale Athletics Mens team for the Leeds Country Way on Sunday. A 70 mile, 6 legged race around Leeds, run in pairs. Chris Williams ran with Andy Bedford of Saltaire Striders on leg 3, a 9.8 mile route from Scotchman Lane in Morely through to Thornbury, Anna Smith was also running this leg with Ian Ferris of Baildon Runners in a mixed team. Both pairs picked up the fastest times of the leg in the mens and the mixed team races.

Peter Hughes & Darren Midgely ran leg 5 together, just over 10 miles from Golden Acre Park to Thorner Lane in Scarcroft, taking an impressive 3rd place on the leg and Martin Firth ran with Peter Hopson of Bradford Airedale on the anchor leg, taking over from Pete & Darren at Thorner Lane and making the 9.7 mile run back to the start at Garforth Sports Centre who got the 2nd fastest time on their leg as well!

Overall the Airedale team finished 2nd from 49 teams, just over 9 minutes behind winners Valley Striders, a slow start due to an injury of an Airedale runner on leg 1 saw an 18 minute deficit open up, which was gradually shut down over the rest of the course, with 3 fastest legs, one 2nd fastest and one 3rd fastest all going to Airedale, but was unfortunately too much to overturn completely. Pudsey & Bramley finished 3rd and an impressive 4th place overall for the 1st place mixed team Pudsey Pacers.

 

There’s an aritcle in todays T&A on the team: http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/sport/sportother/sport_other_outdoor/sport_ath/10649876.Airedale_Athletics_team_forced_to_play_catch_up_after_relay_injury_blow/

 

 

Full Results: http://www.kippaxharriers.org.uk/LCW2013/Summary_Results_2013.pdf

Trophy Winners: http://www.kippaxharriers.org.uk/LCW2013/Trophy_Winners_Per_Leg_2013.pdf