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    Tebay

    Will be interesting tomorrow night if the cloud is as low as today. Might go straight for the pie and peas.

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    Re: Tebay

    Quote Originally Posted by Deek View Post
    Will be interesting tomorrow night if the cloud is as low as today. Might go straight for the pie and peas.
    Just driven past and the tops were in cloud still. There's no harm in a little navigation

    The pies taste better anyway having hauled yourself up Blease Fell.

    see you all there.
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    I'd better bring my map & compass then.........to find the village hall for pie & peas
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    How did it go last night?

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    Wet.
    That didn't stop Rob Jebb breaking the course record though.
    HHH did very well too.

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    Re: Tebay

    There was a massive downpour shortly before the race, but during the event it settled down, the rain eased right up and the tops cleared. It then degged it down again shortly after. About 90 entries, but rain must have put a few off.

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    1. Rob Jebb - Bingley
    2. Jim Davies - Borrowdale
    3. Alistair Dunn - Helm Hill
    4 Simon Barnby - Sedbergh School
    5. Danny Hope - Pudsey & B.
    6. Simon Stainer - Ambleside

    I think that is about right...
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    Jebbies time was quite impressive given the conditions. They weren't exactly perfect. Apparently he was bounding up the last bit of Blease Fell! Can't say I was. I really enjoyed the race, it's the fastest time I've ever done it in so I'm pleased. I was really pushed on by Simon and Jim on the run in from Blease. I didn't realise we were fighting for second place, we passed Danny in that last mile by cutting right to the farm track. I was too busy racing the young Barnby that the oldie got the better of me! Good run Jim. Thanks to all the spectators and marshalls that made it out there in those far from ideal conditions. A good night out.
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    A great race with some fierce climbs and an awesome descent off Blease Fell to the finish, it seemed to go on for ever. Also great pie and peas and a free pint to finish-perfect.

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    Well done Harry, what time did you do?

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