Results from last nights race are now available in the results section of the website
Click Here for The Senior Race(14 & over)
Click Here for The Junior Race (Cats under 14)
Pictures by Alastair are available at Fellrunningpictures.co.uk and other will be available shortly on the High Sports Website
The Shropshire Winter Fell Race Series will be held after the Prize giving for the Wrekin Streak at the Huntsman Pub as usual. As the Wrekin Fell Race was cancelled the results have been taken from the previous 5 Races with the best 3 out of 5 counting. Hope to see you there.
Silent Valley Race - British Championships - Sunday 14th April - Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland
A few of us set off to Northern Ireland for the first of the British Championship counters. Silent Valley is an AM, at just under 10 miles and a climb of 1490m/4888ft. We made our way there in various modes of transport and at different times. Hardcore father and son duo Glen and Huw Davies took the brave option of camping the night before!!
HELP NEEDED at the above Race. This prestigious race in the English Championship Series is at Gaerstone Farm, Church Stretton on Saturday 27th April. These races start at 12 noon and are open to all children between the ages of 6 and 18. We really need marshals on the hill, car parkers, help with refreshments and generally lots of people to help both on the Friday and the Saturday.
Maps for the event centre, parking and all the race routes can be printed from here.
The general information flyer can be printed from here.
There is also an information flyer about the separate juniors summer series that can be printed from here.
Results from todays race are now availabele on the Race Results page of this website, photo's will be available shortly at Fellrunning Pictures .co.uk
Pictures are now available here.
I am contacting local running clubs to let them know about an exciting new 5k run that I am organising this year.
Visibility for most of the course was about 20 feet today and the forecast is similar for tomorrow, so those of you wishing to take part, please make sure you bring a map and a compass as well as the normal FRA kit (full body cover and a whistle). Even those of you that think you know the Long Mynd will find navigation tricky. So bring a map and compass, 20 feet is only a few seconds in terms of your separation from others - you'll be alone before you know it!
Anybody who fancies making a career out of sports development and loves being in the Shropshire hills may want to check out this job on offer from the National Trust.