Fresh off the printing press, straight from Chris Myles who is now co-ordinating the Winter Series we have the series results after two races, see the results page for information :-)
Issues with Category - There are a few issues with Catagorys following the Wrekin Wreker, Chris is aware of this, and will hopefully rectify following your next race, but if you wish, send us your detail and we will pass them on
Quick version results are now on the web at www.timetrial.org.uk
I will do some notes and comments as soon as I can recover
and get round to it.
Apologies for brevity – but I’m longing for my
Results from todays race are one line, also see photos on Alaistairs Website
The move is now complete. Please let the webmaster know if you discover any issues. You can add content as usual now.
This year the AGM for Mercia is to be held at the Buckatree Hotel at 1.30 pm after the Prizegiving for the Wrekin Wrecker. Come along and support the Club, the meeting will be held in the Champagne Suite.
On Tuesday 1st November, Emily successfully completed the Gill Harris round, solo and unsupported in what was largely an on-sight attempt (i.e. no reccies). Running anti-clockwise, and despite a couple of stops for food and coffee Em got round in a creditable 5:48. As she explains, the time wasn't the point: "My packed lunch and a flask of coffee were a sure sign that this was not going to be about times, but a personal navigational challenge. It was an adventure in which the highlight was the Callow Cairn, my favourite part of the Mynd.
Results from Terry Davies, Race In The Dark, are now on line, and dont forget to check out pictures from The Scout Hut & Housmans, they will be on line at fellrunning picture very soon
Terry Davies is organising a race from Church Stretton on 25th October - this is the Tuesday of half term week.It will be involve an ascent of Yearlet via the Hundred Steps and Green Path, with a steep descent direct into Townbrook Valley and back through the bottom path in Rectory Wood. Race distance is about 3.7km (2.25 miles) with 210m of ascent (690').
Well, the relays weekend has been and gone and crikey did we have a great time!
Yet again, sadly our open team were the bridesmaids. They finished an excellent fourth overall but miss out on medals despite fantastic efforts from all six: Tim Davies (leg 1), Andi Davies & Steven Cale (leg 2), Pete Vale and Paul Jones (leg 3), and Simon Bailey (anchor).