Meat-free Medals for Zoe and Kim

Andy Worster continues in fine form winning the Vegan Welsh 3,000s Half Marathon in North Wales. Kim Ashworth and Zoe Dijkman also completed the course, securing joint women’s second position.

Matt FlanaganMeat-free Medals for Zoe and Kim

Bob Graham success for Rob!

Todmorden Harrier Rob Tyson completed the famous Bob Graham Round in the Lake District in 23h 14 mins. Rob successfully turned his ambition into an incredible achievement after a year of hard training. Rob visited local landmark Stoodley Pike 100 miles in the run up to it, in order to get the necessary climbing in his legs. Rob is pictured …

Matt FlanaganBob Graham success for Rob!


Bridestones fell race, 21 Jun 2017 Report by Lucy Hobbs Close to home, the local, short fell race Bridestones, organised by Tod Harrier Dan Taylor saw Alex Whittem break his own race record with a time of 34.29. Lindsey Oldfield, also of Calder Valley was first female finisher. Harriers to complete the route were Chris Goddard (pictured, photo by Stu …

Matt FlanaganBridestones

Trail Champs Hots Up

Sabden 6 Trail, 21 June 2017 Report by Matt Flanagan Last Wednesday’s Sabden race was the third of six races in this year’s Trail Champs. The hot, close weather conditions made for tough racing, but despite the 800 feet of ascent the route was extremely runnable, if not entirely comfortable. The route is truly multi-terrain, with stretches of rocky trail, …

Matt FlanaganTrail Champs Hots Up

Worster Takes Charge in the Castle Canter

Castle Canter Fell Race, 18 June 2017 Report by Jo Daniels Todmorden Harriers’ Andrew Worster had a fantastic run, winning Sunday’s Castle Canter. The 12km course starts at Dobroyd Castle, climbing quickly up Flower Scar. Runners are then free to choose their own route around the loop across the moor before returning to a rapid descent to the picturesque finish. …

Matt FlanaganWorster Takes Charge in the Castle Canter

Todmorden take on Tebay

Tebay Fell Race, 17 June 2017 Report by Jo Daniels This English and British Champs counter drew a huge field, including many of the big names of the fell running scene. Todmorden Harriers were well represented at the event with fifteen athletes heading out into the Lake District sunshine on Saturday. Stuart Wolstenholme described it as a “beast of a …

Matt FlanaganTodmorden take on Tebay