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Saturday 4th June – Park Runs

Bradford parkrun

A total of 391 runners took part.

View full results for Bradford parkrun event #313

 

Position  ↓ Gender Position  ↓ parkrunner  ↓ Club  ↓ Run Time  ↓
1 1 Graham CORBETT Saltaire Striders 00:18:04
19 1 Karen PICKLES Pudsey Pacers RC 00:21:02
97 85 Eriks Zvaigzne Otley AC 00:25:02

 

Fountains Abbey parkrun

A total of 243 runners took part.

View full results for Fountains Abbey parkrun event #116

 

Position  ↓ Gender Position  ↓ parkrunner  ↓ Club  ↓ Run Time  ↓
1 1 Ben PEASE Ripon Runners 00:16:45
20 20 Peter Andrew CROWDER Otley AC 00:20:04
28 1 Mena SCATCHARD Unattached 00:20:47

 

Horton Park parkrun

A total of 62 runners took part.

View full results for Horton Park parkrun event #55

 

Position  ↓ Gender Position  ↓ parkrunner  ↓ Club  ↓ Run Time  ↓
1 1 Alistair GALT Queensbury RC 00:18:23
13 1 Emily EATON TURNER York Triathlon Club 00:24:00
31 9 Claire HASTINGS Otley AC 00:28:23

 

 

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Thursday 2nd June – Apperley Bridge Canter 10k (multi terrain)

Report from Mark Hall:

Winner: Phil Tedd, Thames H&H 34.27

Female: Hannah Oldroyd, Saltaire Striders 38.09

Seven OAC runners took part in this event.

Mark Hall 11th (1st V55) 37.04

Shane Ewen 34th 39.51

Sara Elliot  174th 49.56

Andrew Rayner 213th 51.59

Sara Richard 265th 55.44

Reid Haddow 288th 57.51

Rob Fearnley 312nd 59.27

Best run of the evening by a long way was Reid, welcome back.

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Wednesday 1st June – Otley Chevin Fell Race

Report from Tom Lynch: The 40th running (according to the FRA, but somewhere else said 36th?!) of the Otley Chevin Fell Race fell in half term, and the day after the Swaledale Harrogate League, so numbers were a little down on the usual for Otley, also a debut for the new black vests, which may have confused a few of the spectators. Jack Wood (Ilkley Harriers) won in 17:45, first woman was Bronwen Jenkinson (Eryri Harriers) in 21:27. For Otley I think I ‘just’ missed out on first local to Jack Wood, coming in 17th in 20:54, followed by Tom Pomfrett (22nd) in 21:18, James Rawstron (42nd) in 23:09, Kirsty Pomfrett (80th) in 26:16 and Antonio Cardinale (104th) in 39:27. Strong performance all round, with those of us that ran it last year taking at least a minute off our times.

Results can be found here

 

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