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Saturday 17th November – Park Runs

Results for Leeds parkrun

208 participants completed the run today. The first male to finish was Matthew AKPAN (M) (Staffordshire Moorlands AC) in a time of 00:17:06. The first lady completing the course was Jocelyn PAYNE (F) (Hyde Park Harriers) in a time of 00:20:09. You can find the full parkrun results for this event here.

The following club members participated:

4 Graham LAKE 00:18:28 (a pb)

Results for Roundhay parkrun

107 participants completed the run today. The first male to finish was John ROBSON (M) (Hyde Park Harriers) in a time of 00:18:54. The first lady completing the course was Madeleine WATSON (F) (Wharfedale Harriers) in a time of 00:24:11. You can find the full parkrun results for this event here.

The following club members participated:

11 Michael JEFFREY 00:21:59

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Sunday 11th November – runSunday 3 Mile Otley Chevin

From runSunday, the race was won for a consecutive week by Dave Wilby (Ilkley) in 18.08 and the first lady in eighth position overall was Leah Forey (Unattached) in 23.46.

For OAC, Matt Broughton finished third (19.38).

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Saturday 10th November – West Yorkshire Cross-Country League @ Guiseley

Results for the races held at Nunroyd Park from West Yorkshire Athletics.

In the men’s race won by James Walsh (Leeds City) in 32.45, for OAC, Andrew Robertshaw finished 29th (37.19), Liam Dunne 69th (39.17), Jon Greenwell 89th (40.37), Tom Feather 102nd (41.06), Ross Armstrong 125th (42.31) Graham Lake 128th (42.33) and Simon Anderson 134th (42.50).

Continuing, Richard Smith 143rd (43.16), John Armitstead 168th (45.21), Hugh Pearson 176th (46.16), Tom Hannah 207th (53.05), Billy Rayner 210th (54.33) and Antonio Cardinale 218th (67.57).

The men’s team finished twelfth overall.

In the ladies race won by Katie Walshaw (Holmfirth) in 23.03, Anne Pickles finished 97th (31.28) followed by Jackie Ackroyd in 110th (and first fv55) in 32.30.

Picture and video of the start of the men’s race on Youtube courtesy of Graham Lake.

Race report in the Telegraph & Argus.

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Saturday 10th November – Harriers v Cyclists

The Harriers v Cyclists race (6 miles / 650′) organised by Bingley Harriers.

The event was won by cyclist Rob Jebb (Hope Factory Racing / Bingley Harriers) in 33.53 and the first runner home was Tom Adams (Ilkley Harriers) in second position overall (34.02).

For OAC, Sam Stell finished eleventh overall (40.24) and Ed Davies 25th (42.54).

Don Buffham cycled his way round to finish 115th (65.12).

Results from fellrunner.

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Saturday 10th November – Burley Moor Run

Results from Ilkley Harriers’ website.

Congratulations OAC’s Gloria (aka OAC’s Liam Dunne) winning the race in 47.33.

Rogan Ashton finished third (49.04) and Liz Fawcett 65th (69.54).

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Saturday 10th November – Park Runs

Results for Bradford parkrun

228 participants completed the run today. The first male to finish was Matt NOWELL (M) (Bradford Airedale AC) in a time of 00:17:02. The first lady completing the course was Hannah OLDROYD (F) (Airedale Dodgers) in a time of 00:20:51. You can find the full parkrun results for this event here.

The following club members participated:

59 Reid Anthony James HADDOW 00:25:05

Results for Roundshaw Downs parkrun

58 participants completed the run today. The first male to finish was Thomas MIDGLEY (M) (Otley AC) in a time of 00:19:13. The first lady completing the course was Phyllis FLYNN (F) (Stragglers) in a time of 00:21:31. You can find the full parkrun results for this event here.

The following club members participated:

1 Thomas MIDGLEY 00:19:13

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Tuesday 6th November – Runner of the Month for October

For a personal best of 55.19 in the Cusworth 10km and a good run out in the Eccup New Inn Handicap, the Runner of the Month for October is Liz Ashton.

Well done Liz!

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Sunday 4th November – Derwentwater 10 Miles

OAC’s Dave Hainsworth reports:

“Took the thermals but didn’t need them – sunscreen would have been more useful.

Clear blue sky, glowing autumn colours and a dusting of snow on the tops.

The usual undulating circuit with glorious views across the lake – and a couple of post race ‘Snecks’ in the George afterwards. Nice!”

The race was won for the consecutive year by Ethiopian Yared Hagos (Wallsend) in 49.54 and the first lady in 33rd position overall was Emily Alden (Epsom & Ewell) in 63.17.

OAC’s Ian Fisher finished third (and first mv40) in 55.38 and Dave Hainsworth 327th in 91.53.

Results from keswick-ac.org.

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Sunday 4th November – SYCAA Indoor Track and Field Series

OAC’s first ever junior track team headed to Sheffield to compete in the Indoor track and field series.

There were excellent performances all round from the twelve athletes. Preliminary and partial results are:

GU13 200m
22nd Imogen Elliot 32.51
33rd Hannah Collins 34.47
38th Farrell Copcutt 34.79
47th Imogen Webster 37.05
51st Izzy Dixon 40.20
Winning time was 28.93s

BU13 200m
11th Oli Jonson 32.90
14th Ben Bhogal 33.69
16th Joe Jamieson 34.25
Winning time 29.68

BU11 600m
5th Will O’Neil 2:09.60
12th Jenson Brogsden 2:25.60
Winning time 1:50.90

BU15 200m
13th Elliot Webster 30.41
Winning time 26.01

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Sunday 4th November – Guy Fawkes 10 Miles @ Ripley

Report from OAC’s Reid Haddow:

On a brass-monkey, freezing and frosty start to the day, having battled through the fog and over the tops to get to the Guy Fawkes 10 (road and some trail) race, the “Black and Whites” today were out in force.

A really well organized event by Nidd Valley Road Runners with “Guy Fawkes” in attendance although this year I did not see the “Bomb” he is normally holding!

A very undulating course, with three big climbs included in the ten mile route with the first two miles up a challenging climb along a farm track. With freezing mizzle throughout the majority of the course, the OAC runners all ran well with some good placings and their times also looking good!

The next hill came after four miles – a very steep climb to say the least – like vertical!!!

But like the old saying, what goes up must come down, but where…? Onwards and upwards we carried on and slowly the roads levelled out for the next couple of miles, then, “oh no”, another sadistic slope of immense proportions loomed ahead. Upwards we went again, towards the sky, but what sky?!

Some of the runners were now walking up the slope with their faces nearly touching the tarmac, left hand turn at the top, try and breath, then a downward road that God had sent and as the eigth mile sign loomed in the gloom, the yellow marker was hiding what was round the corner…

The runner next to me fainted when he saw the teeny, weeny hill in front of him. “Onwards and upwards”, I shouted at his prone body lying on the road. “Two miles”, he said, his voice fading in the distance, as I staggered to the top, then a right hand turn and back down the farm track towards Ripley Castle and the mad sprint through the archway to the finishing line and the super support from the OAC runners who had finished and were there to shout you home at the end of a tough race.

One for all to do for next year, great event!

The race was won by Jack Simpson (Leeds City) in 54.56 and the first lady in 34th position overall was Helen Cross (Pocklington) in 63.52.

For OAC, Rogan Ashton finished sixteenth (61.59), Richard Smith 65th (68.20), Richard Clarke 149th (75.20), Mick Jeffrey 156th (75.47) and Tom Potter 173rd (76.42).

Continuing, Andy Webster 286th (82.24), Jane Butler 295th (82.35 – a p.b.), Billy Rayner 373rd (86.32), Tom Hannah 385th (86.54), Reid Haddow 433rd (89.16) and Hannah Mallinson 622nd (99.38).

Race report in the Telegraph & Argus.

Results from ukresults.

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