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Huddersfield 10k 23rd Feb 2020

Ooopsy!! just like my running better late than never

Run under ARC rules, the Huddersfield 10k is an outstanding value for money chip-timed race set in the shadow of the majestic Lockwood Viaduct. A beautiful undulating course with a fast finish, the race offers an extensive prize list and tech t-shirts. Held since 1990, the race sees runners return year after year.

Well done to Paul Greenwood who ran a blinder last Sunday storming round the course in a super quick 37.19 finishing as 1st MV35 and 4th overall from a field of 568 runners, taking home a nice little £50 voucher.

Well done, this weekend Paul is going international and racing in the Bennidorm 10k on Saturaday evening, good luck and enjoy your alcohol free flight.

Training Groups

Due to the weather, mainly the chance of black ice, some changes to groups this evening: Dianne had decided to cancel her group; Belters & Beginners will be a walking group lead by Jo P. Remaining group’s routes may be changed, once leaders have had a chance to assess conditions.

OK folks, 6:45pm for a 7pm run from Queensbury Celtic, off Pit Lane.

a) Pack run* – Route TBD on night; about 8-10 miles; pace 7-8 min/mi
b) Pack run* – Bradshaw, Shay Lane, Churn Milk Lane, Ploughcroft, Swales Lane and back to club; about 7.5 miles; pace 8-9 min/mi
c) Phil L – A loop around Queensbury; about 6.6 miles; pace 9:00-9:30 min/mile
d) Vikki B – Queensbury Lights; Pepper Hill, Whinney Royd Ln, Green Ln, Deanstones, Ln, New Park Rd, back to club; about 6.3 miles; pace 10 min/mile
e) Steve B – Pit Lane, Headley Lane, Thornton Church, Bronte Old Rd, West Lane, Well Heads, Brighouse & Denholme Rd; about 5.5 miles; pace 10 min/mile
f) Dianne S – Route to be decided on night due to weather; about 4-5 miles; pace 10:30-11:00 min/mile
g) Glenn T – Belters – Mountain, Fleet Ln, Moore Close road, Ford Hill, Co-op, Albert Rd, back to the club.; about 3.5 miles; pace 11–12 min/mile
h) Jo P – Beginners – route to be decided on night; about 2.5 miles; pace 12:30+ min/mile

* Pack runs do not have a specified leader.

NO HIGH VIS – NO RUN !
Phillip

WYWL Stainland 23rd Feb 2020

What a great end to another fantastic WYWL season, after the recent floods it was a miracle that Stainland were able to go ahead with this fixture but credit to them they did a brilliant job and along the way raising plenty of funds towards the flood appeal.

378 runners turned for the race, slightly down on other fixtures but plenty to create a cracking atmosphere during the race and afterwards for the raffle.

Well done to all our members over the 5 races who raced, volunteered and cheered all the runners on.

Queensbury on the day

Ladies -12th

Gents – 3rd

Vets – 12th

Super Vets – 1st

Overall – 7th

After 5 races the final positions are (provisional)

Gents – 4th

Ladies – 9th

Vets – 7th

Super Vets – 1st

Overall – 5th

Individual winners to follow

Team QRC

Settle Half Marathon + 10k 23Rd Feb 2020

Starting at Settle swimming pool the beautiful hills of North Yorkshire offer the perfect distraction as you run on this undulating road out towards Austwick and back. Continuing with her marathon training Lynne Robinson ran a blinder, clearly the training is paying off and that the marathon Pb is not far off. Lynne finished in 13th overall with a cracking time of 1.32.34.

Heidi Nellis also raced raced in the 10k event and finished 59th in a time of 1.25.17

Well done ladies

Stanley Park 10k 23Rd Feb 2020

A beautiful two lap course around Stanley Park. A fun event for all abilities and ages. Due to an increase demand and popularity the Stanley Park 10k is staged over 2 days.

Steve ‘stormin’ Brook chose the Sunday race had another stormer of a run finishing 2nd MV70 in a quick time of 51.16.

Well done Steve

Steve in his new go faster shoes

Liversedge Half Marathon 16Th Feb 2020

Our 10th fixture of our winter championship took us over to Roberttown for the Liversedge Half, in very windy conditions 10 QRCers took on this undulating half marathon.

The race run by Roberttown Road Runners is run annually in mid February. Runners leave the picturesque village green of Roberttown heading towards Liversedge before turning left and onto the main road crossing over the M62, then heading down to Balliff Bridge, before climbing back into Clifton and onto the long ascent back to the main road over the M62 taking a right and following the last 3 miles on country lanes and back in the village green. 

Awesome running by all and well done if you achieved a PB, congrats to Martin on finishing as 1st MV60.

36th Martin firth 1.30.30 (1st MV60)

44th Carl Heron 1.32.12 (2nd MV55)

68th Simon Brady 1.36.52

77th Chris Lane 1.36.52

96th Graham Rhodes 1.40.10

221st Phil Lickley 1.54.43

239th Julie Hepworth 1.56.33

282nd Jo Fortune 2.00.48

330th Terri Mason 2.07.11

Unfortunately Andy Dove had to pull out through injury, hope it’s not too serious.

Training Groups

OK folks, 6:45pm for a 7pm run from Queensbury Celtic, off Pit Lane.

a) Pack run* – Route TBD on night; about 8-10 miles; pace 7-8 min/mi
b) Pack run* – Possibly venturing into Northowram; about 7-8 miles; pace 8-9 min/mi
c) Phil L – A challenging run down Windy Bank and up Churn Milk Lane and Ploughcroft Lane; about 6.9 miles; pace 9:00-9:30 min/mile
d) Vikki B – Down to the lights, a loop passing The Old Dolphin & The Lion Gate, and back to the club; about 6.5 miles; pace 10 min/mile
e) Steve B – Joining in with group d) this week
f) Dianne S – Will decide route on night according to weather conditions; about 5 miles; pace 10:30-11:00 min/mile
g) Glenn T – Belter’s route is reverse of last week which was right, past Farm Shop; turn right down Cragg Lane then an out and back down Headley Lane to end of Thornton Viaduct; back via Pit Lane; about 4 miles; pace 11–12 min/mile
h) Martin F – Beginners – as Belters, but missing out the Headley lane bit; about 2.4 miles; pace 12:30+ min/mile

* Pack runs do not have a specified leader.

NO HIGH VIS – NO RUN !
Phillip

Training Groups

OK folks, 6:45pm for a 7pm run from Queensbury Celtic, off Pit Lane.

a) Pack run* – Route TBD on night; about 8-10 miles; pace 7-8 min/mi
b) Pack run* – Route TBD on night; about 7 miles; pace 8-9 min/mi
c) Phil L – A loop around Queensbury and Illingworth; about 6.5 miles; pace 9:00-9:30 min/mile
d) Vikki B – Keelham, Well Heads, Thornton, GNT, Pit Ln; about 6.1 miles; pace 10 min/mile
e) Steve B – Bradshaw, Riley Lane, Moor Bottom Road, Mixenden Lane, Keighley Rd, Soil Hill, Perseverance Rd; about 5.5 miles; pace 10 min/mile
f) Dianne S – Heading to Deanstones, up Jackson then Park Lane, Chapel Lane then back to the club.; about 4.5 miles; pace 10:30-11:00 min/mile
g) Martin F – Belters – shall decide route on night to suit the weather; about 3.5 miles; pace 11–12 min/mile
h) Lynn/Glenn – Beginners – shall decide route on night to suit the weather; about 2.5 miles; pace 12:30+ min/mile

* Pack runs do not have a specified leader.

NO HIGH VIS – NO RUN !
Phillip

Tatton Park 10k 9th Feb 2020

Tatton Park is one of the UKs most complete historic estates. It is home to a Tudor Old Hall, Neo-Classical Mansion, 50 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. You can’t help but be inspired by the glorious views and majestic deer that roam our historic Parkland.

Starting and finishing in the beautiful Tatton Park the course was run entirely on the closed roads and paths within the park. This course gave you the perfect opportunity to take in the rural surroundings on traffic free roads!

You never guess who mamaged to find a race on a weekend that had many cancellations due to the weather conditions, yes it was Steve Brook who was up and out early for the 9am start, Steve had a great race finsihing as 1st MV70 in a super time of 55:35.

Well done Stormin