Weekly Report 28/12/19

Emma Collins was 65th in the Essar Chester Round The Walls race in a time of 30:21. She was 8th female and 1st F55 during slippery conditions and a lot of mud on Chester racecourse. 

The Jubilee Plunge race  is unusual for a fell race because it is a mainly downhill race plunging down about 500M from its start at the top of Moel Famau to the Golden Lion in Llangynhafal over a distance of 3.4K. The course was treacherous in places especially as the runners built up speed on the descent. The race is organised by Denbigh Harrier Tony Benton and this year he was helped in the organisation by fellow harriers Victoria Whitehead, Rhian Pierce, Ceri Diss and Duncan Jones.  Five Harriers ran the race with Katy Baugh flying down hill in 13m36s to come second and first local beating her father David Baugh by 16 seconds.  I consolation he won the 1st M60 prize. Next Harrier home was Ruari Benton running his first race for months finishing in an impressive 30th place in 14.57. Menai Baugh finished in 35th place in 17.43 and was first F60. Catherine Tudor Jones running her first fell race with friends enjoyed the experience. 

11th Katy Baugh 13.36 2nd Lady
13th David Baugh 13.52 1st M60
30th Ruari Benton 14.57
35th Menai Baugh 17.43 1st F60 
50th Catherine Tudor Jones 33.14


Lydiard Parkrun

10th Tony WOOD 00:19:07

Kingston Parkrun

184th Sian PRITCHARD 00:28:57

Conwy Parkrun

47th Duncan JONES 00:23:26

Newborough Forest Parkrun

44th Chris BALDWIN 00:25:4

Nova Prestatyn Parkrun

13th David BAUGH 00:21:23
14th Emma COLLINS 00:21:25 1st Female 
31st Elen BAUGH 00:23:48
36th Victoria WHITEHEAD 00:24:20
72nd Jon WHITEHEAD 00:27:04
179th John Llewelyn THOMAS 00:49:16


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