For those who wish to delve into the leg times for this year and previous years, here are the Skipton participants since 2003 (I think Rick has times back to 2000).CWR-2003-14
The hard work was over and the mud had been cleaned off the shoes for another year, and it was time for the presentation night for the WYWL, being held at the Copper Beech Club in Balidon on Friday 21st March.
A good turnout form the Skipton team, although some did get lost on the way there (Jayne,Michael) cough (Hilary) cough! 🙂 The food was great and once again plenty of raffle tickets were bought by our team. The results were announced with the following awards given to these individuals
Julian Hood – 3rd Men’s Overall
Michael Keedy – 2nd M40
Neil Maloney – 3rd M40
Jayne Butterworth – 2nd F45
Overall Skipton really did perform well over the winter finishing in the positions below for each category.
7th Mens Team Overall
5th Female Team Overall
3rd Vets Team Overall
5th Team Overall
WELL DONE TO EVERYONE INVOLVED! And here’s to WYWL 2014/15
This competition wants photos of the Yorkshire Dales … The British Heart Foundation is running a fantastic photographic competition – the winner gets a free place on one of their overseas cycling or trekking challenges as well as being their official photographer for the trip. Send in your amazing landscape photos to http://bit.ly/1fExZrP
This video is a scream & has been posted via the parkrun and Skipton AC’s facebook pages:
Here are a course map and instructions for the LBT hosted event on 26th January. Meeting time for car shares to be posted nearer the time.
Race day Instructions 2014
Just a reminder to all members of SAC that the Non Christmas Party is on 31st January 2014 at Skipton Golf Club.
I already have a list of 49 who wish to go so it promises to be a great night out, with a hot buffet and disco for a maximum cost of £20 per person. It’s a great opportunity to chat to fellow runners, see what they look like when not in black lycra, and meet some “other halves”, friends and family.
Please put it in your diary and let me know as soon as possible.