Becky Malby for organising the Primary school XC,
Amanda Parnaby for her long distance run at Scarborough Rock,
Jane Bryant for her Brass monkey PB.
Jane and Amanda were voted ROM and will receive technical running shirts from ROM sponsor UP & RUNNING.
There were no nominations for Outstanding Achievement Award this month.
The Ilkley Harriers Do on 30 Jan was a swinging affair, including the annual presentation of awards and the unveiling of the 2008 Running League final results ...
|Best Runner, Male||Tom Adams||Eddie Winslow, Jeff Paget, James Wood-Robertson, Jamie Hutchinson|
|Best Runner, Female||Alison Bennett||Christine Matthews, Sally Malir, Sarah Jarvis, Emma Barclay|
|Most Improved Runner, Male||Kevin Gooch||Morgan Williams, Vic Verecondi, Tom Adams, Justin Philips, Marc Teasey|
|Most Improved Runner, Female||Sally Morley||Catherine Gibbons, Jane Bryant, Christine Matthews, Jenny Dybeck, Kay Pearce, Alison Bennett|
|Best Endurance Runner, Male||Eddie Winslow||Brian Melia, Graham Arthur, Morgan Williams, Dave Wilby|
|Best Endurance Runner, Female||Heather Dawe||Amanda Parnaby, Christine Matthews, Sally Malir|
|Best Runner, Under 20, Male||Simon Chapman|
|Best Runner, Under 20, Female||Jenny Dybeck||Catherine Gibbons|
|Contribution to the club, Male||Pete Shields||Brian Sweet, Neil Chapman, Paul Wood, Nigel Tapper, Andy Wolfenden, Marc Teasey|
|Contribution to the club, Female||Shirley Wood||Alison Weston, Sue Bickerdike, Alison Bennett|
|Captains' Award, Male||tbc||n/a|
|Captains' Award, Female||tbc||n/a|
Overall: Kevin Gooch
Road: Pete Shields, Kevin Gooch
Fell: Dave Tait
Trail/XC: Sally Malir
U20: Simon Chapman, Catherine Gibbons
A great turnout of nearly 30 Harriers in the first Running League event of 2009.
We had 1st lady Sabine Hauswirth and 3rd lady and 1st lady vet Sally Morley leading our ladies to the
team prize, and some great runs from the men including Tom Adams 6th to get the men's team prize too.
This was in addition to 17 Junior Harriers and several prizes in the Quarry Runs.
Full results and photos on woodentops.org.uk
1 44.04 Ian Holmes 2 46.01 Graham Pearce P&B 6 49.05 Tom Adams 9 49.51 Lee Morley 19 52.10 Steve Turland 32 54.20 Jim Ryder 41 55.07 Mark Iley 47 55.38 Sabine Hauswirth 1st lady 62 58.03 Paul O'Looney 74 58.58 Sally Morley 75 59.03 Kevin Gooch 88 59.52 Duncan Cooper 96 60.31 Paul Stevens 104 61.20 Geoff Howard 138 64.29 Richard Reeve 146 64.55 Steve Weston 149 65.10 Chris Oxlade 176 67.25 Nigel Tapper 200 69.58 Val Kerr 203 70.10 Michael Waterhouse 215 71.08 Peter Bedwell 243 74.02 Ian Hunter 244 74.04 Rachael Gooch 247 74.15 Sue Bickerdike 264 76.49 John Marshall 265 76.59 Vic Verecondi 277 79.39 Bernie Gibbons 279 79.47 Sophie Brown 284 81.55 Bob Payne 294 87.19 Andrew Bennett 297 89.14 Emma Payne
Results from www.sportsystems.net:
59 1:21:15 Jonathan Sinclair 76 1:22:11 Stuart Pitches 109 1:25:15 Steve Weston 137 1:26:37 Sally Malir 146 1:27:06 Justin Phillips 181 1:28:55 Neil Chapman 226 1:31:03 Terry Lonergan 329 1:35:04 Jane Bryant 348 1:35:33 Simon Chapman 566 1:42:17 Graham Corbett 600 1:44:16 Nick Mellor 615 1:45:01 Peter Bedwell
Amanda Parnaby ran this, organised by EYLDWA, 25 miles and just over 3,000ft of climb. Started at Scalby then into Scarborough, along sea front, out over Oliver's Mount and into countryside in and around Hackness and Forge Valley. Beautiful day and fine views. Finished back at Scalby in 6 hrs 10 mins.
The winners were Sabine Hauswirth and Sally Morley, for their Calderdale Relay run, and Catherine Gibbons for race results, and they will receive technical running shirts from our sponsor UP & RUNNING.
More on the ROM Page.
The Outstanding Achievement Award was given to Eddie Winslow for his Winter Bob Graham Round.
Starting this Thursday there is a new Thursday daytime session for Mums from ILT&SC - more info on the Forums topic
Starting this month there is a social meal on the last Tuesday of each month
- more info on the Forums topic
And we've heard that Richard Gray will be organising a handicap event for the evening of Tuesday 17th February - more details soon.
Results from the 3rd race in the series, at John Smeaton sports centre.
2 Tom Adams 8 Jamie Hutchinson 27 Malcolm Pickering 28 Dave Wilby 34 Dave Cummings 78 Henry Heavisides 84 Neil Chapman 111 Phil Chappell 113 Jim Towers 114 Paul Wood 120 Vic Verecondi 126 Andy Jackson, new member 135 Don Mcrae Ladies race 2 Jenny Dybeck, in a very close race for 1st place 3 Sally Malir 26 Diane Kitchen 69 Sally Pickering 83 Lyn Eden 86 Amanda Parnaby
Lots of good results in the junior race too.
First video effort by Sam 'Spielberg' Wood aged 13 ...
Ian Rowbotham competed in the senior men's race in Rotherham, finishing 96th in 40.21
Ilkley was also represented in the U15 boys race, and we had a team in the U13 girls race (more on the Junior web site).
Terry Lonergan adds ... Sub zero conditions posed great problems for the runners as many arrived with 15mm spikes fitted which made no impression on the hard ground. Naturally many fitted a shorter length whilst others opted for studs or even road shoes! With several looping circuits built into the hillside it was a testing course but it made spectating easy! Ianís fell background stood him in good stead as he recorded a solid 96th placing of the 205 who tackled the extremely difficult conditions.
Jane Bryant reports that our team were 33rd in 3h07:17
What? Why? Where? See the new Forum Page.
22 21.46 James Wardman 27 22.18 Norman Bush 66 28.08 Logan Hargreaves-Madhas 80 31.22 Odin Hargreaves-Madhas
Just one result ...
11 19.33 Ian Rowbotham