Better late than never folks, last wks Parkrun results, well done all especially you PBers
A 5 miler around the streets of Preston, sponsored by Porsche Centre, Preston and featuring the Lancashire and Northern & Fire Service Championships.
Steve Brook raced for QRC looking for that all important RunBritain ranking , Steve raced round to a super 40:32 in 21st place and now is ranked 31st in UKA over 70 5 mile rankings for 2021.
Well done Stormin’ great running.
‘The Puma’s have a good old fashioned cross country course, with woods, fields and a bit of road, all on a slope of some sort. What makes it such a memorable course is that minutes before the start of of the last Puma’s race, a blizzard occurred and the entire race was run in a snowstorm. A lot of cars needed rescuing out of the car park afterwards! The clear skies represented a foreshadowing of another flurry, but fortunately no repeat occurred’ said Alistair Galt in his post race interview.
QRC had one of it’s best performances in the race managing to beat the likes of Baildon + Stainland in some fiercely contested categories, with QRC finishing 2nd in the Male, Vets and Overall (59 points shy of 1st) categories, with the ladies a superb 4th and the Super Vets with top spot.
Dewsbury awaits us next and we all know what that means. KILLER HILLS!!
Well done to you all, !
Voted in the top 5 most scenic Half Marathons in the UK by Readers of Runners World”, This GREAT Half Marathon now in its 12th year and “already being regarded as a classic” The start & finish is near the quayside in front of the 700+ year old Conwy Castle.
The route runs along the road adjacent to the Conwy River as it proceeds towards Deganwy beach and the West Shore Llandudno, from there it goes along church Walks towards Llandudno Pier, then around the Great Orme taking in views of the Isle of Anglesey, Puffin Island and the surrounding North Wales coastline, then back to Conwy and the finish line.
Jo Fortune 1:42:18 (PB) (36th female + 7th in age category)
Julie Hepworth1:50:49 (87th female + 15th in age category)
During November the up and coming race organisers RunAble team set up this event, a fantastic series of races starting the 3rd Nov for 3 weeks, a good local race starting and finishing in Brighouse, check them out on Facebook, we even have a discount code to use when entering their events ‘DR2021’
The 10k starting in Brighouse running out along Elland Rd reaching Elland then back on the riverside and canal bank, the 5k follows the same route but turns left down to the canal earlier on Elland Rd.
We had Jo Horan racing in the 10k’s and Giles Cook racing the 5k’s, both had a great 3 races with some good finish times, unfortunatly Jo had a moment in the 1st race and decided to run her own route therefore her result was classed as a DNF 🙈🙈🙈
Race 1, 2 + 3 – 25:39, 24:39, 25:12
Race 1, 2 + 3 – 41:48(DNF), 45:25, 43:37
Well done to you both.
A big thanks to Baildon for hosting the 1st race of this years series, very well marshalled and well organised event well done to you all.
A damp and blustery morning (so I’m told) 441 runners lined up for the 10.30 start. As it was last time out this years event started on the edge of the 18th fairway which helped to stretch the crowds out enabling runners to find their momentum and get into their stride. A hilly and sometimes technical course meant full concentration was required at all times to avoid any nasty falls.
A good turnout from Queensbury albeit with a few runners missing through injury and holidays meant a decent presence around the village.
Full team results below and excellent results they are, well done to everybody who took part
A fast and flat course on the coastal front of Lytham, starting on Lytham Green next to the Windmill itself. A two minute silence was observed before the start of the race for Remembrance Sunday.
Steve Brook finished in a very fast 49:57, 4th V70 in 269th position
Well done Steve
Congrats to all who attended a Parkrun last weekend, there were PB’s everywhere and a 1st place for Gary at Horton Park.
Full results below
A hilly 10 mile course on a mixture of scenic country roads and well surfaced bridleway finishing in the stunning grounds of Ripley Castle. Giles Cook travelled over to Ripley near Harrogate coming away with a fantastic time on a tough course.
Giles ran a 1:38:17 finishing 543rd place from 741 finishers, well done Giles keep at you’re improving all the time.
This fast, undulating, road closed 10k race set at the beautiful Tatton Park in Cheshire and is a perfect opportunity to test yourself over the 10k distance and see how far your fitness has progressed over the year so far!
44th Richard Brook 42:46
175th Stephen Brook 51:20 (1st MV70)
Well done lads.