The clocks have gone back so if you are looking for something interesting to do with the extra time you have today, then why not have a read of the bumper edition of the club newsletter produced this month by Rose George. The member profile in this edition is Jame Manthorp.
The list of all those members who have requested a PECO number and timing chip is on the link below:
28 of our members had a go at the first winter time trial of the season. We will be hosting a TT every month over the winter. Check the club web site for the dates of the next two planned for November and December. The TT is handicapped, so anyone can win.
There will also be a prizes for members with the best 4 results from the 6 races.
Well done to Simone, Hannah and Vicki who collected a prize for their efforts and were the first three over the line.
Also, there were some fast times from Ban, Rowan and Tim.
Thanks to Peter Hey for organising again.
|RESULTS FOR 5K TIME TRIAL WED 19TH OCT|
|Name||Predicted Time||Rounded||Start Time||Pos||Time|
It was a wet and muddy affair this morning on a hilly course in Pudsey. We have seen more mud than this in the past at Pudsey’s vets race (2014 mud bath) but it was an abrupt introduction to winter running for many.
A special mention goes to:
Niamh Jackson – 2nd Female overall and 1st F35
Emma Lavelle-Wood – 9th Female overall and 3rd F40
Paul Glover – 3rd M70
Peter Britton won a spot prize.
Thanks to Catherine, Sam and Gary for supporting in such conditions and Adam M for trying to find the venue to support us.
For photos, thanks to Catherine, click here
For full results click here
Here are our runner’s results:
Very well done to our 10 members who finished the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon yesterday. We had 2 doing their first marathon and 3 achieving new Marathon PBs. Great effort.
|CHIP POS.||NAME||CAT||CHIP TIME||GENDER POS.||CAT. POS.||PB?|
|1620||Paul Grist||M45||04:09:52||1287||226||First Marathon|
|2425||Yekanth Venkiteela||M||04:32:59||1781||521||First Marathon|
A bit late this month due to technical difficulties but here it is thanks to Matt Sykes-Hooban.
The member profile this month is Niamh Jackson