One more step
Please complete the security check to access www.fabthemes.co
Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA?
Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property.
What can I do to prevent this in the future?
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Archive for October, 2010
OAC’s Mark Hall texts in:
Finished fifth in 91.07 and the conditions were cool. I won the Yorkshire Veterans Championships over 50 and finished third in the open Yorkshire Championships (and the time is a new Club Record for MV45 & MV50).
Second-claim OAC member Beth Massey finished 83rd in 115.49 – second FV40 and also second in the Yorkshire Veterans Championships over 40.
Photos from flamingphotography.
Organised by Nidd Valley Road Runners.
Pictures from Andrew Thrippleton.
Photos from Sportsunday.co.uk who have also very kindly provided this photo demonstrating graceful fell descending during the race.
Take care not to fall, Colin!
Report from Liam Dunne:
The Glendalough Trail Race (15km / 500m ascent) was run in the hills surrounding Glendalough lakes. The conditions were perfect, beautiful scenery and a sunny October day.
The race consisted of mainly woodland trail with some boggy narrow paths.
To my surprise I was sharing the lead early on but was struggling on the long climbs. At the start of the descent I started to pull away and in the last kilometre, just as I was planning my first victory celebration, I was re-joined and then passed by the man in second place, who I subsequently found out had run the Dublin Marathon five days earlier!
The race was well organised with clear markings all the way round and a very friendly atmosphere and loads of free food and drinks at the finish including a pile of sandwiches to rival the hills we had just run.
I was delighted to have finished in second place especially when I heard the winner achieved a time of 2hr 35mins in the Dublin Marathon.
The race was won by Peter Mooney (65.09), I was second in 65.20 and third was Finbar Kirwin (66.52).
Photos from flamingphotography.
These magazines are now available from newsagents:
Both links also now on the OAC web-links page.
A round-up in the Telegraph & Argus.
John Armitstead finished strongly on the long hill back up to the New Inn to win his first handicap since 1998 and in doing so closing the gap on Graham at the top of the Handicap table to 14 points with just two races at Weeton on the 7th November and the traditional christmas ‘Ken Dixon’ at Swinsty on the 19th December. Updated Handicap Table
|2||Matt Tupling (guest)||38:47||11:00||27:47|
OAC’s Dale Foster reports on this race organised by Selby Striders,
“Ran a hugely dis-appointing 60:07 to finish seventeenth on this flat and fast course. Strong winds and a badly timed 70 mile hilly bike ride the week before put an end to my ambitions of a long overdue fast-ish time on the roads….
Think I was right to switch to the fells all those years back. The monotony of a flat 10 miles did me in…”