Well done to the 4 runners we had at the Heptonstall Fell race.
The results and points awards are now available on the footing links:
The next race in the series is the Baildon Boundary Way.
We had 19 Harriers running, what can only be described as a mud bath by all accounts, of a Guiseley Gallop this year. We welcomed back some old faces and welcomed in some fresh blood too. The full results with time order are below. Niamh Jackson came 2nd in an impressive field of ladies and Jonathan and Lee made it into the top 30 overall. Slightly further down the field, John Hutchinson came first in his age category and Richard Thomas & Paul Glover made the top 10 in his. Well done all! Hopefully it’ll be easier next year!
|20||20||Jonathan Young||MS||(008/062)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:43:45|
|30||29||Lee Hardy||MS||(011/062)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:45:16|
|48||2||Niamh Jackson||F35||(001/027)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:47:00|
|55||53||Adam Nodwell||MS||(020/062)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:47:23|
|156||135||Simon Hands||M35||(029/047)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:53:59|
|158||136||Simon Boardman||MS||(038/062)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:54:08|
|159||137||Richard Thomas||M55||(009/024)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:54:08|
|164||142||Kevin Kelly||M40||(018/038)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:54:21|
|210||174||Michael Reynard||M45||(024/043)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:58:25|
|219||179||John Hutchinson||M70||(001/011)||Kirkstall Harriers||00:58:43|
|241||194||Matt Kasparek||MS||(050/062)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:00:02|
|298||225||Paul Glover||M70||(005/011)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:03:39|
|345||97||Kimberley Keeber||F35||(020/027)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:07:44|
|359||104||Shevonne Mclarnon||F40||(015/026)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:08:50|
|373||259||Simon Smith||M45||(038/043)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:09:57|
|377||117||Hannah Newman||FS||(031/045)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:10:28|
|389||124||Karen Boardman||FS||(035/045)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:12:08|
|390||125||Joanne Taylor||FS||(036/045)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:12:09|
|406||271||Peter Hey||M65||(011/013)||Kirkstall Harriers||01:14:23|
Onto the Club Championship results, the top 3 against their handicaps were:
The full race results against handicaps can be found here, along with previous rounds.
With the promised bonuses added, there is a shake up in the League Table, Jonathan Young taking over the lead by the virtue of running 4 out of the 5 races so far this year.
The full table can be found here
The eagle eye amongst you might have seen I have skipped Race 5 from the CC. This is because, due to the cancellation of John Carr 5k, we have amended the race to the Even Splits 5K at the Brownlee Centre. It is a series that runs between March and November. Entries for Race 3 have now opened. Check out the KH 2018 Races for information.
We had 8 potential spring marathon runners running the annual Yorkshire warm up events, Spenborough 20 and East Hull 20. Some great times were had, especially taking in the weather conditions recently!
|Club Championship 2018|
|Spen 20 and East Hull 20|
You can find the full race results for 2018 here
4 people have already completed 3 races so far this year! Izzy Webster leads the pack with Adam Moger close behind. Paul Grist, last years champion leads the chasing pack! Still all to play for.
Bonuses will be updated with the Guiseley Gallop results due later today.
Don’t forget, John Carr 5k has been replaced with Even Splits 5k (at the Brownlee Centre). You can find the updated event lists here
Best of luck for the rest of the Season, any questions please get in touch.
The points awards for the first two events in this year’s trail championship are now available along with the league table. Just click the links below. There is a long way to go, so get your entries in for the future races. They are selling out fast these days. Any questions about the trail championship should be sent to Chris Hudson.
There were 14 starters on this fairly mild night considering the weather we have endured this winter (with more to come so they say), but it was the week after the Liversedge half marathon and we have quite a few runners representing the club in the National Cross Country in London this coming weekend. There were 5 new names for this winter series, 3 of which has done them in the past, Matt Sykes-Hooban, Jo McGarey (a returning member) and Jill Camm. The 2 new additions were Anna Jaines and Jonathan Young. So along with these and a few excuses on the night, there were a number of adjustments/additions to the handicaps. There was 4 minutes and 21 seconds between the first and last finisher, but making excuses for the first and last one home, the remaining 11 runners finished within 1 minute 14 seconds. First over the line after recovering from his back injury (he must be doing his physio correctly) was Matt Sykes-Hooban with a run time of 26.31, but not his fastest for this course. 2nd over the line having made his way from the very back of the starters was Jonathan Young with a run time of 18.23, the fastest on the night and the fastest this winter. Third was Dawn Henderson gradually getting faster with a run time of 29.52, a pb for her on this course. Fastest lady on the night was Anna Jaines with a run time of 24.52. Other pb’s for this winters series were Patrick Nesden, 34.02 and Malcolm Taylor 25.39. Bringing up the rear on the night sadly was Jacquie Elmer who has not been down for a while so this may be just a one off. Another disappointment was Jill Camm who recorded a dnf due to hamstring problems, hopefully this is nothing serious and she will be back running very soon. Three other runners who “jogged” round the course or did just a part of it were Lee Hardy, (dodgy shin and doing the Harewood half M this Sunday) John Hutchinson, still recovering from serious spine nerve problem and Dave Wood, recovering from a foot injury. Many thanks too to the team of supporters, Sam Taylor, Gary Carlisle, Lucy Churm and Kelvin Horner. You will be pleased to know the next one in March is the last for this winter.