November 2011

Clay Bank West- Northern Runner/Esk Valley Winter Fell Race Series

Race 4 of the Northern Runner/ Esk Valley Winter Series will take place on Sunday 20th November 2011 10.30 am Start. The Start and registration are at Clay Bank Top Car Park which is on the B1256 South of Stokesley and Great Broughton. The course itself is usually quite muddy in places. It starts running up a steepish track before following the top of the forest on an undulating track and then comes back over the top of the ridge taking in two big hills. At only just over 4... Read More

Baildon Boundary Way 2012

Online entries for the 18th Baildon Boundary Way (a multi-terrain half marathon) that takes place on Sunday, 1 April 2012 will open at 10:00am on Monday, 14 November 2011 at Please note we can only cater for 400 runners on race day but this mailshot is being sent to over 4,250 email addresses in our database! So if you want to run in 2012, you need to apply early. Online entries for runners for the 2011 event closed on 28 December 2010 (over 14 weeks before race day) so... Read More

Marathon of the North- Sunderland Marathon 2012

After the success of the inaugural Sunderland City 10k, organisers have set a date and opened entries for the first ever Marathon of the North. Taking place on May 6, 2012, the race will start and finish at the Stadium of Light and will be part of a busy weekend that incorporates the Junior Run and the Sunderland City 10k race. The route will go from the stadium of light in Sunderland on the North bank of the River Wear, the marathon route follows the first few km’s of the... Read More

OMM Mountain Marathon Results 2011

Well done to Durham Fell Runner Duncan Archer who together with Shane Ohly (Dragon’s Back Race Organiser) added the OMM Elite Category win to his win in the same category of the LAMM in June. It was a close battle with Duncan and Shane winning by a mere 13 seconds over Chris Near and Tim Higginbottom both members of North Wales Club Eryri Harriers. Click through to get full results.