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Monday, 17 June 2013

Otley 10 | Buckden Pike | Cwm Pennant | Holcombe Two Towers | Cannonball Relay | Hendon Brook

The Otley 10 formed the latest round of Todmorden Harriers’ Road Championship last Wednesday.
Trevor Davies was the first Todmorden runner to complete the tough hilly course in 31st position with a time of 1:04:39, followed by Ben Crowther in 65th and Michael Harper in 87th place.
Sarah Glyde recorded a time of 1:13:14 to finish ninth lady and strengthen her place at the top of the ladies standings.
Richard Blakeley finished first v70 with a time of 1:20:10.
Todmorden Results: 31 Trevor Davis 1:04:39; 65 Ben Crowther 1:08:57; 87 Michael Harper 1:10:27; 115 Paul Alexander 1:12:52; 123 Sarah Glyde 1:13:14; 177 Lee McCluskey 1:18:20; 195 Richard Blakeley 1:20:10; 269 David Leslie 1:27:17; 298 Peter Ehrhardt 1:31:45.
Photo by Anna Brannigan

The latest round of the English Fell Championship took place at the weekend, with the Buckden Pike Fell Race in the Yorkshire Dales.
In the ladies race Jane Leonard was the only Todmorden representative as she finished 3rd v55 lady, and 50th overall.
Dwayne Dixon was the first Harrier home in the subsequent men’s race, finishing in 71st position, followed by John Lloyd and Nick Barber who were separated by just a few seconds as they finished 88th and 89th.
Richard Blakeley finished third v70 to keep in the running for a championship medal.
Todmorden Men’s Results: 71 Dwayne Dixon 37:48; 88 John Lloyd 38:41; 89 Nick Barber 38:47; 155 Dave Collins 43:26; 177 Garry Quested 44:27; 219 Mark Whitaker 47:30; 252 Richard Blakeley 51:18; 268 Ray Poulter 57:04; 276 Peter Ehrhardt 59:46.

Lauren Jeska finished first woman in the Cwm Pennant Horseshoe Fell Race in North Wales, recording 3:07:29 for the 24km race.
At the Holcombe Two Towers Fell Race James Riley completed the 5 mile route in 43:45 for 31st position, whilst Clare Kenny claimed the v50 prize with a time of 47:05 and 43rd place overall.
 At the Cannonball Hill Roller Relay Myra Wells, Ian Stansfield and Jackie Hesketh finished second team.
Mel Blackhurst finished fifth lady at the Hendon Brook 13.5mile road race with a time of 1.53.52 and Kevin Coughlan stopped the clock at 1.58.20.

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