Time is running out for you get your name down for the Northwest Relays being held 9th September 2017 at Stanley Park, Blackpool. We could ideally do with at least another two ladies to make two full teams, We have at present six men’s teams but if you would like to run please let me know. Upcoming Relays.
As the summer months come to an end and mid-week racing is nearing its completion, we can only look back with pride.
We have fought every step of the way to make it a battle with Preston, we go to the final fixture just 1 point behind, and yes, we are the massive underdogs but we can dream, and the spirit we have shown this season is remarkable. It truly has been one of the biggest team efforts our club has produced. We have one more fight to take on – by pulling together one more time, let David take on Goliath! Let’s find that Holy Grail! Continue reading
The cross country fixtures for the 17/18 season have been announced. Let’s take the momentum from the Inter-club series into this years cross country! Have a look at our xc page.
Rob Danson revelled in the sixth race in the Inter Club Grand Prix series in Chorley’s Astley Park, recognised as the toughest course in the series with a small loop on multi-terrain through the trees with two large laps with an out-of-the-park challenge up the hill of Southport Road. He stormed away from the start and had a big lead into the second mile of the 4.7 mile distance, lapping half of the field as he strode to the finish 85 seconds clear to clock 25:03 for the win. Continue reading
The latest Handicap Race results are now available here
This weeks structured training session is Hill reps (Weds 16 Aug).
Out on the moors in the sun, what more could you wish for? Worsthorne on Sunday
The 4th race of the Astley Park Trail series over 4.6 miles of parkland and woodland trail on Wednesday evening saw a good Wesham team staging the next leg of the new club trail running championship. Continue reading
The Wesham team in the latest Pilling 10k on Saturday morning.
Rob Danson won the latest Pilling 10k race on Saturday morning, crossing the line in a swift 31:54, some 1min 53sec clear of second placed Joe Monk of Blackburn. David Taylor was 9th in 37:19. Alan Hudson was 1st M65 in 44:13 in 33rd place. Tracey Hulme finished 11th woman and 2nd W50 in 46:23, 43rd overall. Dave Young was 62nd in 51:06, 4th M65, with Robert Wallace 76th in 53:24. There were 114 runners overall. Continue reading