Monthly Archives: September 2016


RACE RESULTS – 17th August 2016

The Sicklinghall Stride This was the last of four self-guided trail races near Leeds, each approx 5 - 6 miles long, all starting from country pubs on Wednesday evenings during summer 2016. It was a lovely sunny evening for The Sicklinghall Stride, which started from the Scotts Arms in Sicklinghall. 155 runners took part. The [...]

By |September 30th, 2016|

RACE RESULTS – 14th August 2016

Hardmoors Wainstones Marathon - Sunday 14th August The Hardmoors 26.2 Trail Marathon Series comprises six beautiful and challenging events based in various different locations around the North York Moors. At each event competitors have the choice in entering a trail adaptation of either a full marathon, half-marathon or 10K. On 14th August, Garth De Roux [...]

By |September 30th, 2016|

Fat Bloke Blogs – Autumn… Season of Mists and… Fluorescent Training Gear

“Ian, what would you say defines a ‘proper’ runner?” I was asked the other night. Always with a penchant for the flippant, I replied “Injury. There are three phases a proper runner goes through – injured, recovering from injury, about to be injured”. We laughed and sought a sensible answer from Andrew Charles. He, independently, [...]

By |September 20th, 2016|