Friday 14th July – Washburn Relay

Friday 14th July – Washburn Relay

Results are available spreadsheet here or text file here.  

An Otley / Leeds City team of Zack Whitehead (18:06), Nathan Dunn (20:51) and Scott Harrington (17:27) broke the race record by five seconds finishing in 56:24.

Harrogate’s Barry McGuire came back first on Leg 1 in 17:07, another record broken on the night.  Andy Grant extended the lead to just over a minute, at the end of Leg 2 with a the fast leg 2 time of 20:41.  Scott chased down John Young on the final leg round Swinsty, crossing the finish with a 11 second win.

The mixed team race was won by the Bingley JII team finishing in 10th overall, with Jo Buckley (19:59), Ian Fisher (21:30) and Ian Ferguson (21:46).   2nd was the Baildon Kasrobard team just less than a minute behind with Jennie Guard (19:11), Lee Kaznowski (24:06) and Gareth Holme (20:56).

Unfortunately we incorrectly gave the Pudsey Ladies team the women’s prize, as we missed Harriers Speed Queens from Knavesmire living up to their name finishing in a time, 1:07:49, that broke the women’s record with the team of Sarah Attwood (20:05), Emily Baines (26:15) and Lucy Pinder (21:31).

Photo’s of Legs 1 & 2 from Philip Bland here, and more from William Overton here.

Thanks to everyone who helped out on the evening, and thankfully the drizzle held off pretty much for the post race BBQ’s.

3 thoughts on “Friday 14th July – Washburn Relay

  1. Thanks for a great nights racing, well done everyone, Andrew I actually ran 17.27 thanks

  2. Hi there, thanks for organising a great race. Looking at the results, Harrier’s speed queens, Sarah Attwood, Emily Baines and Lucy Pinder were the winning ladies team.

  3. Congratulations to Scott H. for the fantastic run that gave him the victory in 17.27 , also Zack W. had a fast run in 18.06 also compliments to the team for the new course record . Graham L. had a super race in 18.19 and Gemma H . is coming back in good form finishing in 34.58. Well done to all the members who ran the Washburn .

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