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Chris Fothergill was our only competitor in the Teesdale Ultra 37mile race on Saturday. Starting at the one of most impressive Water Falls in England, High Force with athletes making their way to Darlington’s Clock Tower taking in the many stunning villages and towns along the Tees valley. Chris completed the course in a very impressive 5 Hours And 49 Min to not only take 1st place but also to set a new course record. Live tracking results can be found here
Don’t worry Chris…you weren’t!
While Chris rested his aching legs we had two of our runners in action at the flat and fast Leeds Abbey Dash 10km race. John Clifford was the first of the two runners across the line finishing in 179th place and 5th V50 on the day with Ed Lamb finishing with a new personal best of 36.57 in 316th place. Great running by you both.
Full results can be found here
Deborah Jefferies was our only athlete competing at the Langdale Marathon in the scenic Cumbrian hills, a Marathon which has a reputation as the toughest road marathon in the UK. Taking in two laps of the Half Marathon course and reaching gradients of 1:3 this makes it a tough run as runners follow an anti-clockwise course from Great Langdale to Little Langdale and on to the picturesque hamlets of Skelwith Bridge and Chapel Stile. Not only that but runners climb up to Blea Tarn (twice!) and Foulstep (twice!). Deborah did great on the day finishing the run in 5:54:10. Great work Deborah.