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July 2017

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Incline to Madness Fell Race 2017

It was a terrific evening of Fell racing at the latest Dave Parry/Northern Runner Summer Fell Race series event – Inclined to Madness taking its name from former railway line incline midrace. The rain cleared out well before the race replaced with a mild perfect running evening. Overall winner was Paul Lowe of Darlington Harriers, in a navigation error free run Paul eased to victory over Martin Perry of Esk Valley Fell Club. In the women’s race it was Alison Matthews claiming a double victory for Darlington Harriers from Kay... Read More

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Incline to Madness Fell Race

The next event in the Dave Parry Summer Fell Race Series is Inclined to Madness on Wednesday 26th July 7.15 start antry is £5 on the day only. The organisers batton has now been passed to York Acorn. The start and registration is at the lower Clay Bank car park (Grid Ref 579038) nr Stokesley, North Yorkshire. (When you get to the top of Clay Bank coming from Stocksley turn left down the hill and there is a forestry car park on the right). The route is 11km long with... Read More

SCOTT Kinabalu Supertrac Running Shoes Review

Scott Running Shoes Review Experience from Real Runs with Scott Kinabalu Running Shoes — Tech: Scott e-Ride Rocker They are very light using a cushioning material called Aero Foam but, the real key innovation in my opinion is e-Ride. Essentially the shoes are slightly curved to create a rocker. This reduces heel strike getting the runner onto their forefoot quicker. It improves posture by increasing the cadence and reducing the tendency to lean forward at the waist, which is the biggest error most runners make in their posture. The result is... Read More