Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 13/4/19

Three Denbigh Harriers took part in the Aber Bach Fell Race on Tuesday night. This is a 4.1 mile race which climbs over 1000ft in the first two miles followed by a very fast descent. Vic Belshaw was first Harrier home, finishing in a very respectable 21st position out of 139 runners in 31 minutes 47 seconds, first M5O, breaking the M5O record. Next Harrier to finish in 65th position in an excellent time of 37:01 was Katy Baugh. Finishing in 90th position, first F60 and breaking the F60 record, set by herself last year, by over 3 minutes, was Menai Baugh in a time of 40:49.

Dawn Marshall was the sole Harrier at Chester Spring 5 this week. It was lovely evening run on the 5 mile course round the leafy traffic-free lanes. Dawn was pleased with 45:58 and a race PB by 1:49. She was 346th out of 526 and 94th female out of 206.

Duncan Jones finished in 1.20.34 for the Goldrush Trail at the very scenic Coed Y Brenin on Saturday. This hilly course of  over 8 5 miles was a good challenge in perfect sunny and dry conditions.

The first running of the Llangollen Fell Race took place on Sunday. Katy Baugh was the sole Denbigh Harrier in this very challenging race of 17.13 miles with 2,818ft of ascent. Katy finished in 57th place in 2.55.23 and was 10th Female.

The Coast Half Marathon was billed as a fast flat course but with a headwind the whole way this course ended up being more challenging than first anticipated.  Ten Denbigh Harriers took part. Despite the headwind there were personal bests for Dan and Mat Jones. There were strong runs from David and Ian Jones to get under the two hour mark. There were encouraging performances from Mark Jones, Nicola Field and Helen Jones in their final preparations for the London Marathon. Ruari Benton finished ahead of Rob Parry who is successfully continuing his mission to run a half marathon every month this year. Ruth Crowther continues her comeback to running and successfully ran her furthest distance yet finishing a very respectable time.

9th Daniel    Jones    01:26:05 PB
25th Mathew    Jones    01:37:45 PB
81st David Owen Jones    01:46:05
110th    Ian    Jones    01:51:11
233rd Mark Jones 02:02:43
284th    Ruari    Benton    02:07:21
327th    Rob    Parry    02:14:06
334th    Nicola    Field    02:14:41
349th    Helen    Davies    02:15:57
399th    Ruth    Crowther    02:21:36

There were plenty of Harriers enjoying the dry weather on Saturday with some good performances.

Penrith Parkrun

20th Huw WILLIAMS    00:19:41 PB
82nd Mari WILLIAMS    00:23:1

Milano Nord (Italy)

10th David BAUGH    00:20:1

Bodelwyddan

7th    Philip HAYES    00:21:48
11th    Emma COLLINS    00:23:02 1st Female
22nd Sioned GRIFFITHS    00:24:44
31st  Bob NEALE    00:25:57
49th Sarah BAYLISS    00:28:36
54th Andrew MORRIS    00:29:2

Pont y Bala

11th    Alaw Medi EVANS    00:22:01
14 th Elen BAUGH    00:22:42 PB
22nd Menai BAUGH    00:26:2


Vic Belshaw Aber Bach Fell Race


Nicola Field and Helen Davies on the Coast Half Marathon


Katy Baugh on the Llangollen Fell Race

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Weekly Report 6/3/19

Tuesday evening saw the second in the Denbigh Harriers Noel Morris Summer Handicap series. The series is run once a month from March to October on a 3 mile cross country course on public footpaths around Denbigh. Each runner is given a start time reflecting their current running form with the faster runners starting last. When the handicapping works well the runners finish the course at more or less the same time. 27 Harriers raced this month between hail storms with Andy Morris victorious followed by Roger Snaith and Luke Hughes.

1st Andy Morris 29.08
2nd Roger Snaith 27.27
3rd Luke Hughes 23.57

Fastest Male Shaun Hughes 18.22
Fastest Female Katy Baugh 22.21

On the same night two Harriers travelled to Fron near Caernarfon to compete, with 118 others, in the first race in the Tuesday Evening Fell Race Series. It was a cold evening, the ground covered in hailstones. The fast 2.8 mile race ascended 500 ft in the first mile, up a stony track, through the quarry on slippery slate to the summit of Moel Tryfan before descending quickly down steep, grassy slopes and boggy paths to the finish on top of an up-hill track. Jon Fleming finished in 27th position in a time of 21:59 and Menai Baugh finished first female over 60 in 95th position in a time of 28:49 setting a new age record for the course.

On Sunday Manchester Marathon saw four a Denbigh Harriers amongst the tens of thousands taking part. First home as Shaun Hughes who slowed after. Avery good first half. Hywel gained a lot experience from his run and Lisa Dafydd was very pleased with her finishing time. New member Jack Williams also ran finishing as third Harrier on the day.

213th Shaun Hughes 02:49:50
7323rd Hywel Roberts 04:18:47
8052nd Jack Williams 04:17:1
11944th Lisa Dafydd 05:21:1

Two Harriers ran in the Border league with Emma Collins continuing to lead the F55 category with 179th place in 36:57 and narrowly took the category on the day. VIc Belshaw managed third place in a very competitive category with 96th in 32.56.

Conwy Parkrun

10th David BAUGH    00:20:13
11th    Victor BELSHAW     00:20:14
55th Elen BAUGH 00:23:07 PB
102nd Menai BAUGH    00:25:32 PB
220th Gwenno EDWARDS    00:34:10

Bodelwyddan Parkrun

22nd Fred JONES 00:24:50
32ns Chris BALDWIN    00:26:06
49th Gwenan JOHNSON 00:28:31
59th Sarah BAYLISS 00:30:43

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 30/3/19

On Saturday Chris Baldwin was the sole Denbigh Harrier to take part in the undulating Brynkinalt 10k Trail race. Despite a fast half of the race that saw him suffering a little at the end he held onto 27th place.

27th Chris Baldwin 59.45

Also on Saturday the Denbigh Harriers organised Run for Fun course culminated in the Conwy Parkrun. This 10 week course trains runners of all abilities to a level where they can comfortably complete a 5k run. The course is organised and coached by a dedicated group of qualified run leaders.

Run for Fun Conwy Parkrun

16 David BAUGH 00:20:17
118 Robert PARRY 00:26:47
129 Ian JONES 00:27:20
130 Sioned GRIFFITHS 00:27:21
131 Sali POWELL 00:27:21
136 Roger SNAITH 00:27:37
165 Andrew MORRIS 00:29:27
208 Gwenno EDWARDS 00:31:37
210 Dawn MARSHALL 00:31:39
214 Menai BAUGH 00:31:51

Conwy Parkrun

Conwy Parkrun

Sunday saw a double billing of races in Denbigh organised by Bespoke Fitness with 16 Denbigh Harriers taking part. In the hilly 5k race new member Elizabeth Hayes won the 1st female prize with over 90 seconds to spare. It was good to see Hannah McDonnell back to running after a long injury absence. The 10k race saw a magnificent winning run from Shaun Hughes who is in the middle of marathon training. His time of 36.11 is equivalent to a much faster time on a flat course and the Denbigh course climbs over 200 metres. There was a second place in the women’s race for Rhian Griffiths Jones in 46.36. Mel Morris had a very strong run of her F40 category win and just behind here was Mari Wynne Williams in a new PB. The evergreen Bob Neale won the M60 category leaving a swathe of younger runners in his wake.

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Denbigh 5K

8 27:32 Elizabeth Hayes 1st Female
13 29:39 Andrew Morris
15 30:21 Hannah McDonnell

Denbigh 10k

1 36:11 Shaun Hughes 1st Male
5 40:22 Daniel Jones
12 43:42 Philip Hayes
17 44:40 Mathew Jones
18 46:46 Rhian Elizabeth Griffiths-Jones 2nd Female
20 47:09 Melina Morris 1st F40
28 48:41 Mari Wynne Williams PB
32 50:10 Ian Jones
40 50:59 Bob Neale 1st M60
44 51:36 Jack Williams
62 54:12 Peter Lester-Owen
63 54:14 Sali Powell
100 59.30 Rhian Wyn Jones PB
139 01:14:31 Jessica Jones
Bodelwyddan Parkrun

14 Tony BENTON 00:23:27

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May Start List

Tuesday May 7th

6.30 pm. Mari J, Ron

6.35 pm.  Diane, Wendy, Bronwen

6.36 Kath S, Angela, Kellie, Colin

6.37 Nicola, Mike Hb, Helen D, Jill, Littlekath, Hannah, Claire Sp, Rhian WJ, Dawn

6.38  Kate W, Jeff, Paul J, Ruth

6.40 Mike Hb, Andy M

6.41 Abigail, Rob P, Katherine E, David Sp, David S, Roger

6.42 Gwenan, Sarah, Ed

6.42.30 John G, Dizzy Liz

6.43 Menai, Rob G, Anwen, Peter L

6.43.30 Sali

6.44 Ruari, Bob, Chris, Llyr, Gerwyn, Jon, Mari W, Dan S, Arwel, Mark, Tracey

6.45 Sioned, Ian J, Fred, Victoria

6.45.30 Luke

6.46 Paul G, Elen, Mel, Rhian GJ

6.46.30 David D, Ceri B, Ceri D

6.47 Tony B, Emma, Duncan, Katy

6.47.30 Jon F, Alaw, Brett, Rhian

6.48 Steve, Phil, Mat

6.48.30 David B, Owen

6.49 Hywel, Huw, Vic

6.49.30 Tony W, Glen

6.50.00 Dan J, Craig

6.50.30 Joe W

6.51 Shaun H

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Noel Morris Memorial Handicap – April Results

Slotting in neatly between the hailstorms – brilliantly organised by Rob P and Kate – this was a much more exciting race than in March, mainly because there were more people (27) with tighter handicapping. It was cold (7C), and wet underfoot, with the long grass making it particularly energy-sapping. Despite the fact that most had run hard races at the weekend there were some remarkable times, especially in the tough conditions. Katy equalled her previous best from 2 years ago and Elen continued her series of strong performances (2 minutes quicker than last year!). Very good (sort of) to see Victoria hurtle past me, after her months of adversity. Top performance by Jon W – another PB, I think – made possible by his strength on the big hill, where once upon a time he used to crumble. Welcome to Lizzy, Luke, Peter L, and John G, who all impressed. Interesting that only Shaun got under 20 minutes (though Glen was close) which confirms that it was heavy going out there.

…………………………Finishing Time………Actual Time………Points

1st Andy M …………….7.07.06pm……………29m08…………….1/1

2nd Roger………………….07.27………………..27m27……………..2/1

3rd Luke…………………….07.57………………..23m57…………….3/1

4th Victoria………………..08.22……………….24m22……………..14/2

5th Sali………………………08.29……………….25m29……………..20/2

6th Katy…………………….08.51………………..22m21………………13/2

7th Jon W………………….08.55………………..24m55……………..15/2

8th Chris…………………..08.58………………..24m58………………8/1

9th John G…………………08.59……………….26m59……………….9/1

10th Elen……………………09.10……………….23m10……………….10/1

11th Peter L………………..09.17………………..26m17……………….11/1

12th Ruari…………………..09.21……………….25m21……………….12/1

13th Bob……………………..09.32……………….25m32………………22/2

14th Anwen…………………09.34……………….26m34………………15/2

15th Tony B…………………09.39……………….22m39………………20/2

16th Duncan………………..09.50……………….22m50………………16/1

17th Glen…………………….10.02………………..20m02………………17/1

18th Tracey………………….10.08……………….25m08……………….18/1

19th David B…………………10.09………………21m09………………..19/1

20th Lizzy…………………….10.14……………….27m14………………..20/1

21st Mark……………………..10.21……………….25m21………………..21/1

22nd Shaun…………………..10.22………………18m22………………..22/1

23rd Phil……………………….10.46………………21m46………………..23/1

24th Ruth………………………10.56………………30m56……………….37/2

25th Tony W…………………..11.06………………20m36……………….27/2

26th Dawn……………………..11.52……………….31m52……………….26/1

27th Ron ……………………….15.25……………….40m25……………….27/1

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 23/3/19

Vic Belshaw represented Denbigh Harriers in the English Fell Championships 2019 at the Stretton Hills Fell Race. This was a very large and high class field of the best fell runners in England. Vic made the top ten in his  M55 category in just over the hour. Plenty of sleet, rain and wind at times and extraordinary views of the Shropshire Hills making this a challenging race. 

176th Victor Belshaw 1:00:01

Seven Harriers turned out for the beautiful Llantysilio Fell race on Saturday in perfect running conditions. The 10.4k ( 6.5miles) course climbed the three hills of Moel Morfydd, Moel y Gaer and Moel Gamelin  and included 702m (2300’) of climbing. It was a successful morning of running with three harriers picking up prizes. 

13th David Baugh 1.09 1st M50, 26th Emma Collins 1.14 2nd F50, 28th Duncan Jones 1.15, 31st Mat Jones 1.17, 37th Tony Benton 1.21, 45th Jon Whitehead 1.28, 50th Menai Baugh 1.29 1st F60, 54th Ruari Benton 1.39

Emma Collins leading Duncan Jones

Emma Collins leading Duncan Jones

Jon Whitehead

Jon Whitehead

Sioned Griffiths completed the Dee Valley and North Berwyn Challenge today running on the hills above Llangollen. She completed all 31 miles of the Challenge with over 5,000 ft of ascent in 6hrs 44.

Another Harriers going long distances this weekend was Brett Jones who completed the Jurassic coast 3 day challenge finishing in an very impressive 4th place overall. 

Day one finished 7th in 4hrs 11 mins (27 miles) 

Day two finished 4th in 4hrs 47 mins (28 miles) 

Day three finished 6th in 4hrs 55 mins (28 miles)

Overall over the 3 days finished 4th in 13hrs 55 mins(83 miles)

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 16/3/19

Four Denbigh Harriers completed the 20 miler in Wrexham on Sunday. This race traditionally is a good preparation race for the London Marathon in 6 weeks. The weather was bright and breezy and chilly! The route was a bit hillier than expected with over 1400ft of climb over the 20 miles. The fun started at 8.5miles on a back road where there was a puddle about 6 inches deep to soak the runners’  feet. This puddle eventually turned into waist deep water that the runners had to wade through for 250 metres. Given the temperature it took the runners a few miles to warm up again.  Joseph Welch finished in 16th place and was happy with his time of 2:12:45. Huw Williams ran most of the way with Hywel Roberts to finish in 2:39:06 and 81st place. Hywel finished in 2:43:35 and 93rd place. Lisa Dafydd also braved the challenges in Wrexham to finish in 262nd place in 3:55:39

There was a good Harriers turnout at the Vale of Clwyd 10k and 5k races.  In the 10k Melina Morris stormed to first placed lady in a PB 46.41. Bob Neale finished in 50.37 just missing out on his age category. Luke Hughes finished in 51.01  representing the club for the first time.  Sarah Bayliss won her age category in 55.44. In the 5k Elen Baugh was second lady in 22.57 and Ron Birch won the M70 category in 37.07.  David Baugh  was 3rd overall and second man in 20.33.

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Three Denbigh Harriers were at the Shrewsbury 10k on Sunday where they faced cold but sunny conditions which was for running on this undulating course with a slight diversion due to the flooded River Severn on an otherwise flat section. Just over 2000 runners and 3 good performances from the Harriers. Duncan Jones in 251st overall in 45.51. Ian Jones enjoyed his run in 48.58 with a a personal best and Jess Jones running well in 67.37.

The Parkruns were poorly attended but two harriers braved the awful conditions. 

Conwy

17th Phil Hayes 21.15

Wepre

13th Tony Benton 24. 10

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 16/3/19

Two Denbigh Harriers ran the Loggerheads trail races on Saturday. David Spencer ran the tough 2 lap 10k race in a time of 1:13:21, finishing in 96th.
Sarah Bayliss opted for the 5k and took 33:12. She was 12th overall, 4th lady and first lady V50.

UK Inter Counties Cross Country took place on Saturday with regional teams representing all parts of the UK. This was a top class field and Denbigh Harrier Shaun Hughes representing North Wales was the teams’s 3rd counter. The standard was unbelievably high with runners the top runners in the UK competing for honours.

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Shaun Hughes

Five Denbigh Harriers travelled to Dolgarrog to run the unusual Pipe Dream 4 mile fell race. The race starts in the village but ascends 1000 feet in the first mile – up hundreds of concrete steps alongside and in-between two enormous pipes carrying water from the reservoir above. It is not the prettiest of fell races ….. However, the descent is pleasant, fast and varied over a small tussocky hill, a rough, stony track, a slippery, muddy woodland, down a steep concrete track with a fast sprint along the road in the village to the finish. Tony Wood was first Harrier home in a commendable 43 minutes, followed by Emma Collins finishing in 47 minutes, Emma yet again proving she is un-beatable on the fells, as well as the roads, in her age category – not only did she take the F50 first prize but she broke the category record too. Katy Baugh was not far behind, running strongly and finishing in 50 minutes. Jon Whitehead also had a strong run finishing in 56 minutes, followed by Menai Baugh sprinting to the finish in 57 minutes and winning the F60 category.

Katy Baugh descending Pipe Dream

Katy Baugh descending Pipe Dream

Only two local Parkruns were attended this week with notable runs from an in form Vic Belshaw 3rd overall at Bodelwyddan and Elen Baugh finishing as 1st Female for the second week in a row.

Conwy

74th Chris Baldwin 00:27:0

Bodelwyddan

3rd Victor BELSHAW 00:20:49
7th David BAUGH 00:22:04
10th Philip HAYES 00:22:37
13th Tony BENTON 00:23:41
16th 1st Female Elen BAUGH 00:24:35
27th Ceri BELSHAW 00:26:58

The Harriers went to run the Tatton Hall 10k in appalling conditions including hail and snow. Rhian Jones finished in 378th position in 1.01.41 and Sioned Roberts running her first 10k finished 381st in a time of 1.01.49.

Rhian Jones and Sioned Roberts

Rhian Jones and Sioned Roberts

 

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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 2nd March 20019

The Denbigh Harriers summer club handicap series started on Sunday in wet but not cold conditions. In the series all runners are set off at intervals based on their current performance which results in fast and slower runners finishing at around the same time. The 3 miles course was soggy on the lower slopes which made for an advantage for the stronger runners. Sixteen hardy souls turned out with numbers reduced to others running in Anglesey.  Congratulations to Anwen Brown for a decisive victory in what must have been her best run for some time, finishing in 27:12. Second home was Tony Wood in 19:48 with Dan Jones finishing in 19:30 and the fastest time on the day.

Results:

1st Anwen 10.34.42 a.m 27:12 1/1

2nd Tony Wood 10.34.48 19:48 2/1

3rd Dan Jones 10.35.00 19:30 3/1

On Sunday, 8 Harriers travelled to Anglesey to run in the Half Marathon. The route takes the runners from Menai Bridge to Beaumaris, then loops out into the countryside before returning to Menai Bridge. Conditions were cold and wet, but thankfully the race was before storm Freya hit, so not as  windy as later in the day. 

Phil Hayes was the first Harrier across the line, in a PB time of 1:33:40. Mat Jones was second from the club, also with a PB time of 1:37:59 .Hywel Roberts followed close behind, in 1:38:53 – his London Marathon training continues well. Melina Morris was the first club lady home, in a time of 1:46:39 PB. Ian Jones was next, in 1:56:15 – this makes it seven consecutive months for a HM for Ian, starting back in September.

Robert Parry was just outside the 2 hour mark, in 2:01:12. His fourth HM of the year so far. David Jones crossed the line in 2:08:44. Lisa Dafydd finished in a time of 2:14:17. Dawn Marshall started well, but suffered a knee injury soon after 8 miles, and finished in a time of 2:22:07

The Border league was held in Birkenhead Park with 344 runners turning out for this 5.5  mile race (sub on my watch), in wet and chilly conditions. Vic Belshaw was 107th 35:16 and 3rd in this strong category, Emma Collins was 168th 15th Lady and 1st v55 38:50.

Phil Hayes and Mat Jones

Phil Hayes and Mat Jones

Parkrun Results

Cardiff Parkrun

302Nd Ian JONES 00:26:0

Kingston Parkrun

279th Sian PRITCHARD 00:32:0

Boston (England)

35th Martin JONES 00:26:2

Conwy Parkrun

37Th Katy BAUGH 00:22:42
141st Andrew MORRIS 00:28:4

Bodelwyddan Castle 

2nd Victor BELSHAW 00:20:37
16th Duncan JONES 00:23:25
17th 1st Female Elen BAUGH 00:23:47
54th Ruth CROWTHER 00:31:5
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Denbigh Harriers Weekly Report 23rd February ‘19

Denbigh Harriers had  a glorious morning for a run on Saturday in Rhyl. Even the wind didn’t seem as bad as usual as 565 runners set off from Rhyl to race to Prestatyn and back along the seafront racing this established fast, flat 10 mile race which incorporated the North Wales 10 mile Championships. Four Harriers supported this local race with Joe Welch first home in a PB, 13th overall and 5th M35 in 61:57. Joe took 2nd VM35 in the North Wales 10 mile Championships. Next home was Emma Collins in a fantastic 75:01 and over 13 minutes ahead of her nearest rival. Emma convincingly claimed both her VF55 category in the race and was crowned VF55 North Wales 10 mile champion. She was 13th lady and 91st overall. Ruth Crowther in this her first 10 mile race and longest race to date finished next 310th overall, 100th lady and 23rd in her VF45 category and second in the North Wales Championships in 1:32:35. Fourth Harrier home was Dawn Marshall delighted to get a PB in 1:34:52, taking over 2½ minutes off her previous best. She was also awarded bronze in the VF40 North Wales 10 mile championships. 324th overall, 110th lady and 18th VF40 in the race.

Joe Welch, Emma Collins and Dawn Marshal

Joe Welch, Emma Collins and Dawn Marshall 



The Ruthin 5k was well attended and eight Denbigh Harriers took part in the 5k and 10k. It was beautiful day for running on a good mainly flat course. In the 5K there were great personal bests for Jess Jones and Elen Baugh with Elen just missing out on third woman. David Baugh was 4th man and 1st M50 with Ian Jones supporting Jess on her run.

In the 10k Shaun Hughes had a fine run to finish in second by some margin. Dan Jones achieved a great personal best as did Mari Williams. Meinir Hughes enjoyed the fine weather on this pleasant course.

David Baugh and Ian Jones

Ruthin 5K – David Baugh and Ian Jones



Ruthin 5k
5th 20:38 David Baugh 1stM50
10th 22:34 Elen Baugh PB
73rd 31:57 Jessica Jones PB
74th 31:57 Ian Jones


Ruthin 10k
2nd 36:00 Shaun Wyn Hughes
7th 39:06 Daniel Jones PB
58th 49:46 Mari Williams PB
242nd 01:15:29 Meinir Hughes


Three Denbigh Harriers turned out for the first race in the Welsh Fell Running Championships series. The Sheeptracks race is a challenging mountain navigation race, 18.9 miles in distance with 4,300ft of ascent on unmarked sheep tracks  through the heather, bracken and gorse of the Clwydian hills. For the over 60’s there is a shortened version of the main race – a 12 and a half mile race with 3,270ft of ascent on the same unmarked route. Tony Wood ran the 18 mile race, which is closer to 19 miles, through the energy-sapping heather, gorse and bracken down steep descents and up even steeper ascents in a very decent time of 3 hrs 51 minutes and 54 seconds. 
Enjoying the glorious weather and running the 12 and a half mile version of the race with her daughter Katy as company, was Menai Baugh finishing strongly as first lady over 60 in a time of 3 hrs 15 minutes and 8 seconds. Unfortunately ( or fortunately) Katy’s time ( which was the same as Menai’s) didn’t count in the Over 60’s race!

Menai Baugh - Clwydian Sheeptracks

Menai Baugh – Clwydian Sheeptracks


Parkruns

Canwy

79th Robert PARRY 00:26:12

Pagasus (New Zealand)

21st Ceri BELSHAW 00:22:20


Gloucester City

47th Bob NEALE 00:24:34

Bodelwyddan Castle

14th 1st Lady Katy BAUGH 00:23:45
42nd Gwenan JOHNSON 00:28:20
44th Sarah BAYLISS 00:28:41

Myrtle (Yorkshire)

32nd Chris BALDWIN 00:25:55
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