Bridestone

Bridestone Fell Race, 26 Jun Report by Lucy Hobbs Last Tuesday seven Todmorden Harriers took part in the local Bridestones Fell Race organised by Tod Harrier Dan Taylor. All proceeds went to a local play group based at the Fielden Centre. It is a short, 4.7 mile race involving 1230 foot of climb up to the Bridestones above Todmorden. The …

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England Callup for Annie

Settle Hills & Kettlewell Fell Races Report by Jo Daniels Annie Roberts of Todmorden Harriers crowned a fantastic weekend’s running by being selected to represent England and Great Britain. Her call up came as the result of taking first place in the Settle Hills Fell Race on Sunday morning. Annie raced home in 59.39 to take 1st female and an …

Matt FlanaganEngland Callup for Annie

Barrowford 5k

Barrowford ‘Podium’ 5k, 15th June Report by Jo Daniels The fast and furious Podium 5k race series took place in Barrowford on Friday 15th June. With the added allure of Grand Prix points for those contesting the club’s GP there was plenty to race for. A grand total of 19 Todmorden Harriers took part across the ‘A’ and ‘B’ races. …

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British Fell Champs

Tal Y Mignedd, 9 June Report by Darren Graham Snowdonia, Wales was the host of the next round of the British Fellrunning Championship. As with all the Engish and British Championship races, it is included in the Toddy Grand Prix Championship and 15 Toddies took the trip to the farm at Tal Y Mignedd. This classic short out and back …

Matt FlanaganBritish Fell Champs

Robin completes 3-dayer

Rochdale Harriers 3 Day Event, 8-10 June Report by Darren Graham The weekend also brought on the Rochdale Harriers 3 Day event. 3 races over 3 days. Friday brought on the 6 mile road race in which Robin Tuddenham was the sole Toddy in a field of 90 runners. He finished 11th overall with a time of 39.06. Saturday brought …

Matt FlanaganRobin completes 3-dayer

Weets

Weets Fell Race, 9th June Report by Darren Graham The Weets Fell race over in Barnoldswick saw a record turn out of runners compete in the 5.5mile route with 1800ft of climbing. Chris Standish was the sole Tod Harrier among 205 other runners and he finished in 65th place with a time of 50.38

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