Well, the race certainly lived up to its name!
We have received news from Paul Sanderson that the Cardington Cracker Race will still take place on this Sunday (5th).
Any news to the contrary will be posted here
On the 25th anniversary of Mercia Fell Runners inception and as we approach the anniversary of the Long Mynd Valleys race, Nick Kingston, one of the clubs founders thought it fitting to devise a new fell running/walking challenge on the Long Mynd. Hence the Long Mynd Tops in tribute to our colleague Gill, who loved these hill.
Mercia Fell Runners wish to use this website to help club members and others meet at fell races and/or share transport wherever possible, to promote a friends network, that helps us all cut our carbon footprint and reduce the cost of travelling to away events
Full & Final Results along with organisers note have now been posted on the time trial website, Click Here to be transferred to www.timetrial.org.uk
Colin Williamson, Mercia Fellracer & Shropshire Shuffler took some photo's in Ashes Hollow, Click Here to be transferred to his Flicker Account
Results for today race can be found by Clicking Here
Series results after 2 race can be found by Clicking Here
Pictures from Alistair Tyes website can be found by Clicking Here
Please note : The date of the Corndon Classic Race is not as advertised on this website.
The date of this race has been wrongly advertised as 14th November, this is incorrect and the race had already been run for this year. Apologies are offered to Paul Beeson for this oversite
Mercia Fellrunner Daniel Brazer has been putting in a few up's and downs in the biggest mountains Great Britain has to offer, the travelling, alone deserves a medal, Dan competed in all three classic races in England, Wales and Scotland, and when the results were combined from The Scafell Pike Race, Snowdon Fell Race and Ben Nevis he was second behind Mark McGoldrick of Wharfdale H with 261 point, the ladies title, Queen of The Mountains went to Lynne Clough of Chorley H.
Well done Dan, Great to see Mercia up there mixing it with the best.
Results from this weekend's excellent Passing Clouds race:
195 runners completed the race
Mercia were again foiled in the bid to become The British Hill & Fellrunning Team Relay Champions. For what seems like the last ten years Mercia have impressed everyone at the Annual Relay Championships, regularly beating a host of top northern Clubs, this year was no exception, however the top prize still eludes them, teams of six runners compete over 4 legs, Mercia had Pete Vale & Tim Werrett on leg one, Roland Stafford on leg two, Graham Gristwood and Andrew Davies on leg three, and British Champion Tim Davies on the final leg.