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)
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