Results for today's Cardingmill Canter race are here.
A larger than normal field of 114 took part and all came back safely, no incidents, no injuries. No records broken either, the going being a bit on the soggy side. The weather though was kind, it was sunny! Blimey! First home was Tim Werrett in 42:45, closely followed by Pete Vale in 43:02. First lady home was Mel Price in 48:46 and eighth overall.
Just a reminder that the Cardingmill Canter race this Saturday will be run under the new FRA rules as if it was a medium race. This means you will be required to carry full waterproof body cover, hat & gloves, map & compass and a whistle. If you haven't got the kit you will not be able to race. Please bring all the required kit.
I am pleased to send you information regarding our new electronically timed relay event to be held at The Attingham Park in Atcham just outside Shrewsbury at 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd May 2014.
Please visit the Shropshire Shufflers page for more information about the race and entry
Hope to see you there.
I'm looking for a few marshals to help on the Cardingmill Canter on Sat 1st March, time-span 11am-3pm ish. Please contact me (Dave Nichols) on 01694 725597 or email email@example.com if you would like to help. Thanks.
The consolidated results for the 2013 Shropshire winter series after 4 rounds are available here.
Due to a computer cock-up the results previously published for the early starters for the Long Mynd Valleys where 10 minutes out.
These have now been corrected along with the impact on the combined results.
Club Championships Update
The first three races in the Club Championships have gone already, leaving only 17 more. Remember you must do at least one race at each distance (except U18s, M60+ and L50+), and at least one away race. The next races are the Cardingmill Canter (Saturday 1st March at 1pm), Ras yr Aran (Sunday 22nd March at 1pm) and Pendle (Saturday 5th April at 12:30pm for the ladies and 2pm for the men). Remember Pendle is pre-entry only!
The combined results for Titterstone Clee and the Long Mynd Valleys races are available here.
Results for the Long Mynd Valleys race are available here.
A full report will be along later. The weather was kind, sunny most of the time and far warmer than yesterday!
Well, the weather boys got it right again, lovely morning, blue sky's, chilly wind, clouds started to gather as the morning went on, then at 11:45 just as the race was about to start, the hill disappeared under a veil of cloud, the wind blew, the sleet hit you like needles, it was truly horrible, true Titterstone Clee weather, we're glad to say everyone was well kitted up, so it was head down and off into the weather, a brief rest just before going onto the summit, but then the full blast of an arctic gale hit you right in the chest, not to far to the summit, it was great to see Don Thompson a