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    Results are up.
    https://fellrunner.org.uk/results.php?id=6447
    https://fellrunner.org.uk/results.php?id=6446

    I hope people enjoyed it.

    Next year's will be back to the normal time of year: end of May.

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    You've got Anne-Marie Jones down as a MV60. I know it's difficult to believe that a female in her late 60's can run that fast, but . . .
    In his lifetime he suffered from unreality, as do so many Englishmen.
    Jorge Luis Borges

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    Oops. Thanks Anthony. Any more errors before I ask Brett to update them?

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    This year's Shutlingsloe is on this Sunday. Part of the Wildboarclough Rose Queen fete as normal, but moved from the normal bank holiday Monday due to the jubilee.

    https://www.fellrunner.org.uk/races/...4-00617b573573

    Entry on the day if anyone fancies it. A perfect recovery run after Lower Borrowdale Skyline.

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    Results are now up on the fellrunner site: https://www.fellrunner.org.uk/result...4-00617b573573

    Some notable bits from the race:
    One of the younger juniors at the back of the under-11s field was in such a despondent rage he pulled up and threw down all the flags on the final drag towards the funnel. Much to the amusement of all the spectators.
    Two entrants, Stephen and Caroline got engaged at the summit. Thanks Shaun for telling me so we could give them a round of applause at the presentation.
    Chapeau to those who did Lantern Pike Dash at 11, then dashed across to do Shutlingsloe at 2:45.

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    I've had this race on my radar for years but this was the first time I've done it and I loved it. I have to thank a fellow Glossopdale Harrier for suggesting the LPD - Shutlingsloe double. In fact for a few of us it completed 4 races in 3 days with Hayfield May Queen on Fri eve and Mount Famine on Sat.

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