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    Eve Whitaker was second overall at Grisedale Horseshoe yesterday.
    First time I've run it, what a fantastic race, felt like it had a bit of everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimG View Post
    Eve Whitaker was second overall at Grisedale Horseshoe yesterday.
    First time I've run it, what a fantastic race, felt like it had a bit of everything.
    Well done that lass - and to all who took part. That last climb is a bit of a bugger.

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    She looked like she'd been for a stroll in the park as she came down the final descent too, looked fresh as a daisy! What a runner she is.

    Still - her genetic lineage is pretty special. That counts as doping right??

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    A particularly remarkable performance, considering Eve Whitaker's age (18), on one of the toughest AM races (which completely exhausted me on the one occasion I did it).

    At the other end of the age scale, I see that Lesley Malarkey also achieved a very respectable time.
    In his lifetime he suffered from unreality, as do so many Englishmen.
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    I've just seen a report of another female winner in a fairly tough trail race: https://www.malvernobserver.co.uk/ne...even-sins-run/ , https://my3.raceresult.com/228278/RR...test=0&lang=en (if you can find your way through the rather complicated way the results are set out). Anne Kenchington has form; she was the outright winner of the 2017 Waseley Wobbler (reported earlier in this thread, although I didn't mention her name there).
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    Eve Pannone of Eden Runners ran in the open category at Hodgson Brothers Relay yesterday.... Eden finishing quite high up, 8th or something.

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    Caroline completed the task a few weeks later at Toms Bransdale Fell Race in June claiming the outright win she was the best runner on the day at Whorlton Run save for the nav error 😩

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