Sent: 18 September 2011 16:40
Subject: V S Update - Harewood Trail Races, WYXC last chance, VS Yorks silver medallists, and much more
Harewood Trail Races
Recce run Tuesday 20 September
Meet 6:45pm prompt! At Harewood Village Hall.
Directions. From A61 / Ring Road Roundabout, head towards Harrogate, after a mile, go straight across lights at Alwoodley Lane / Wigton Lane, after another 100yds across roundabout (Leeds GS), after another 2 and a half miles across lights at Harewood, after another 150yds (just after bus stop) turn left into Church Lane, after 100yds turn right into Village Hall car park.
If you’re late, park at Wike Lane End (the big iron gates on the left hand side a mile before Harewood) and we’ll pass by about 7pm.
Routes of 8 miles and 5 miles, all welcome (if you can run under 65 minutes for a flat 10k)
Just over half way there with the number of marshals required –still need 30 (NB we need a few more than last year at Emmerdale and the finish because of the 5 mile race). Please email email@example.com if you can help on the day.
Also need 2 helpers to hand out entry forms next Sunday at the Horsforth 10k please and one (extra) helper at the Harewood 10k.
Here’s the list of helpers (on the day) so far – thanks to all!
Brydon, Alan Walsh, Andy Settle, Andy Stoneman, Andy Thorpe, Bob Jackson,
Carole Schofield + 3, Caroline Chilton,
Names will be updated at www.valleystriders.org.uk/vsmarshals.htm
WYXC last chance (in time for race 1)
Names needed by Wednesday 21 September 9pm. We’re well short of the usual 40+ entries. Only £8 (total) for the 4 races. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to run. Names so far:
U20 Men: Eddy Robinson
Jackson, Dan Murray,
Names will be updated at www.valleystriders.org.uk/vsteams.htm
Lots of other events on John Schofield’s website www.ukresults.net, Runners World etc
6 Abbey “A”
7 Valley Striders
8 Keighley & Craven
9 Abbey “B”
Valley Striders details (4 by 4300m)
Laura Goodson 18.38
Carole Schofield 18.53
result even though we were passed by Abbey Runners on the last leg (this was
mentioned in the weekly Abbey email so because
1 Keighley & Craven
2 Valley Striders
3 Otley “A”
7 Loftus & Whitby
9 Otley “B”
Valley Striders details (6 by 6450m)
Jon Parker 23.03
Andrew May 21.48
Simon Midwood 22.35
Jerry Watson 23.13
4 Rob De'giovanni 0:34:14 100
15 Simon Midwood 0:35:25 98
35 James Tarran 0:38:27 95
41 Roy Huggins 0:38:54 94
85 Nick Barnes 0:41:21 92
104 Andy Stoneman 0:42:13 91
110 Eric Green 0:42:21 89
134 Michaela Mcgarry 0:43:30 88
170 Rob Marsh 0:45:11 86
205 Leroy Sutton 0:46:00 83
341 Ruth Warren 0:49:21 82
Grand Prix points updated on the website
1 Quentin Lewis (Baild) 3:20:01
12 Ian Sanderson 4:07:54
18 Mick Loftus 4:10:42
29 Alistair Smyth 4:21:40
30 Dan Murray 4:21:43
51 Amanda Seims 4:39:01
85 Sarah Smith 5:08:19
101 Geoff Webster 5:23:30 (1st M60)
A rather fine picture at www.valleystriders.org.uk/vsalbum/11gen/Alistair_Yorkshireman.jpg, other pics see Amanda Seims’ facebook page.
Yorkshireman half marathon
1 Matthew John (Abbey) 1:41:28
15 John Marsham 1:58:16
68 Mark Woodhead 2:16:21
191 Sara Dyer 3:02:47
Tim Ralph presentation (from Amanda Seims)
Tim Ralph will be giving a presentation about his seven summits experience,
(climbing the highest mountain on each continent), at
Tickets are £7 and includes a hot drink and cake/biscuits. All proceeds go towards the Himalayan Research Expedition 2011 team fund.
For more information and to purchase tickets online visit http://www.himalayan.org.uk/7summits
To buy tickets with cash, please contact Amanda Seims on email@example.com.
Mike Higgins emailed “Do you do small ads? I've got a Polar F6 Heart Rate Monitor I am looking to sell as I don't use it anymore. £15 ono.” firstname.lastname@example.org
There have been comments about the track pyramid reps – 30 secs easy, 60 secs min hard, 30 secs easy, 90 secs min hard, 30 secs easy, 90 secs min hard, 30 secs easy, 60 secs min hard, 30 secs easy – saying it isn’t a proper pyramid since it has a flat top. Well according to Stephen Fry on QI, the correct word is a frustum, and the Incas in Peru used to build them, not only that, they were larger (in volume) than the pyramids in Egypt. So going forward we will be having frustum reps.