That’s Hebden Bridge that is

120 Runners turned out for the ‘That’s so Hebden Bridge’ fell race on Thursday night. Organised by Todmorden Harriers, the 6 mile route is a great advert for the Calder Valley fell & trail running scene, boasting a fast and furious (and extremely steep) climb up to Stoodley pike via Erringden Moor, taking in a mixture of some of the best terrain that Calderdale has to offer.
The race was won by Robin Howie of Wharfedale Harriers and Annie Roberts continued her domination by picking up the win in the women’s race, retaining her title from the previous year. A total of 20 Toddies took part in the race, with Dom Leckie (pictured) coming 8th place, followed closely by Duncan Cannon in 12th place. There were also some notable performances from some new members of the club, with Max Swindells showing impressive form in his first ever fell race, coming 26th place as well as Katie Samuelson, who placed 2nd in the women’s Vet 40 category.
8 Dom Leckie 50.36; 12 Duncan Cannon 51.57; 15 Annie Roberts 53.33; 21 Dan Taylor 55.32; 24 Robert Holdsworth 56.18; 26 Max Swindells 56.23; 32 Ricky Parrish 57.43; 35 Rebecca Patrick 58.09; 49 Stuart Wolstenholme 1.01.12; 51 Anthony De Heveningham 1.01.26; 53 Dave Collins 1:01:36;
55 Sam Swindells 1.01.50; 62 Robert Halstead 1.02.22; 67 Ambi Swindells 1.03.40; 85 Darren Gillman 1.10.31; 87 Kim Ashworth 1.10.31; 90 Robin Gray 1.11.30; 91 Katie Samuelson 1.11.34; 107 Stephen Corrigan 1.19.29; 119 Peter Ehrhardt 1.36.43.

Matt FlanaganThat’s Hebden Bridge that is