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Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Spen 20 | Haworth Hobble | Carding Mill | Trafford 10k

Todmorden Harriers took on the longest race of this year’s Club Road Championship on Sunday, as seven Harriers tackled the Spen 20 mile road race.

Paul Brannigan was the first Todmorden runner across the line in 19th place, followed by Paul Alexander in 65th place.

Andy Glyde and Guy Whitmore were separated by just half a minute, as they finished 142nd and 146th respectively.

Julie Wyant was the only Todmorden lady to take on the distance, finishing ahead of Paul Cruthers and Peter Ehrhardt.

Todmorden results: 19 Paul Brannigan 2:09:50; 65 Paul Alexander 2:27:54; 142 Andy Glyde 2:45:28; 146 Guy Whitmore 2:45:59; 206 Julie Wyant 3:05:20; 230 Paul Cruthers 3:14:43; 253 Peter Ehrhardt 3:45:14.

Craig Stansfield finished in ninth place at the 33 mile Haworth Hobble, with Dan Taylor in 35th and Peter Bowles in 39th position.

Dwane Dixon and Ben Crowther were sixth pair, and 66th overall, with Steve Pullan also running as a pair, with Rinaldo Columbi, finishing 85th.

Joe Daniels completed the course in 146th, with Jilly Davidson teaming up with Andrew Woodcock for 299th and Bev Holmes in 304th place.

Lauren Jeska set a new ladies course record at the Carding Mill Canter Fell Race in Shropshire, recording a time of 46:36 for 8th place overall.

Mick Craven was the sole Todmorden Harrier at the Windmills Whizz Fell Race, where he finished in 35th position with a time of 54:19.

A pair of Todmorden runners joined a highly competitive field at the Trafford 10k, where Richard Butterwick set a mark of 39:19 for 210th place and Myra Wells crossed the line in 54:49 for 596th position out of the 750 finishers.

Nick Barber made his parkrun debut at Huddersfield’s Greenhead Park, where he set the 2nd fastest time of the day with a time of 16:59, followed by Robin Tuddenham in 5th place, with 17:29.

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