Sedbergh Hills Fell Race

The English Fell Championship moved to Sedbergh on Sunday for the Sedbergh Hills Fell Race a Category A Long Fell Race. The race goes relentlessly up and down a number of hills in the Howgills range. There are some very steep climbs and descents to test even the hardiest fell runners. For the distance of 14 miles it is very …

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14 Tod Harriers made the trip to Millbrook near Stalybridge last Wednesday for the Millbrook Monster 10k Trail Race. The scenic route took runners up and around the local reservoirs, finishing with a climb of 100 steps through the woods and a further half mile downhill to the finish. Local Marathon man Andi Jones turned up and ran away with …

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Windmill Half Marathon

The Todmorden Harriers Road Championship moved to Lytham St Annes for the Windmill Half Marathon. There were windy conditions on the 2 lap course, which slowed some of the competitors. The race was won by Andrew Davies in a very fast time of 1hr 8 mins almost ten minutes ahead of the next runner (Andrew is running in the upcoming …

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Stoodley Pike Fell Race

Tuesday 8th saw the latest running of the famous Stoodley Pike Fell Race. The organisation of this year’s  race was taken over by Joe Daniels, ably assisted by the Todmorden Harriers Crew. Conditions were hot if a little wet on top due to recent rainfall. The race climbs from the Top Brink Pub up to the Pike then a quick …

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Tour De France – Toddies photos

It’s not so often you get the chance to walk/cycle on closed roads – hence the totally original idea of doing an “Abbey Road” pic on Market Street. Fun! Here’s a few pics taken halfway up Cragg Road waiting for the peleton to arrive. There were other groups of Toddies higher up and lower down the hill – all enjoying …

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Paul Brannigan is British Multi-Terrain Champion!

Todmorden Harriers’ Paul Brannigan became British Multi Terrain champion in the age 50-54 (V50) category at Bewl Water in East Sussex on Sunday. Brannigan placed 6th overall in a field of 624 runners. The 15 mile race consists of a lap of Bewl Reservoir with a hill section on the road between 12 and 14 miles. It was this section …

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