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    Re: Hathersage gala fell race

    Any takers for a win at Holme Moss or Shelf Moor

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    Re: Hathersage gala fell race

    The way he went off at the start, my dads comment was 'he went out looking for the victory', and 'he started with a purpose!!' I'd say it was a decent bet.....

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    Re: Hathersage gala fell race

    Quote Originally Posted by IanDarkpeak View Post
    Any takers for a win at Holme Moss or Shelf Moor
    I think that's a tall order, certainly for HM looking at the entry list. Reads like a Who's who of Fell Running - they're pretty well all there.
    However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results

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    Re: Hathersage gala fell race

    Quote Originally Posted by Storyteller View Post
    I think that's a tall order, certainly for HM looking at the entry list. Reads like a Who's who of Fell Running - they're pretty well all there.
    Yes, I reckon top ten would be good for Stuart Bond. Most of his course records are on relatively short races, so they're not a great indicator for Holme Moss. Good luck Stuart, it you're reading this.

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    Some photos from tonight's Hathersage fell race

    https://goo.gl/photos/STsaseS64uroLxG97

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    Did this lovely little race, with a great turnout of 283, for the first time on Monday as part of my attempted comeback. Pleased with 58th O/A and 1st MV60. More importantly my calf held up and seems OK two days later. Fingers crossed!
    Last edited by Llani Boy; 10-07-2019 at 10:21 AM.
    Visibility good except in Hill Fog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llani Boy View Post
    Did this lovely little race, with a great turnout of 283, for the first time on Monday as part of my attempted comeback. Pleased with 58th O/A and 1st MV60. More importantly my calf held up and seems OK two days later. Fingers crossed!
    Good stuff - fantastic time there. Hathersage was my first fell race just two years ago, and I was there again on Monday for my 25th. Finished nearly ten minutes behind you, but I had done Great Hucklow the day before, so I'm claiming a few minutes there
    Consistently bringing my times down but still a way to go...

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    This lovely 4.5 mile and 1,130 feet race packs a bit of everything to keep runners on their toes. The first running since 2019 saw 178 set off on a sunny, but cool and breezy evening. Perfect.

    I got around in 39.17 which saw me 46th overall, 1st M60 and only 11 seconds slower than 2019. Happy with that.
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