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    British Relays

    Apologies if there is already a thread on this (I can't find one). I'm really looking forward to this year's relays based in Grasmere. I had a look at leg 2 today. It looks a great route. Lots of interest and varied terrain. I'll hopefully get round to looking at the other legs in the next few weeks. Just thought I'd get a thread started. Cheers.
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    I see Keswick won the mens and Helm hill the ladies. Well done to them both. Interesting splits - I notice Max and Nathan were very close to Carl Bell and Mark Lamb on leg 2.

    Full results here: https://www.sportident.co.uk/results...l#fell_relay_0
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    Hi,
    On Saturday at Fairholmes, a rumour that Helm Hill Fellrunners are RO for 2020's relays and it's going to be held at Tebay, was whispered to me...
    Are these just conjectures?
    Can anyone confirm it here?
    Thanks very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simo Caps View Post
    Hi,
    On Saturday at Fairholmes, a rumour that Helm Hill Fellrunners are RO for 2020's relays and it's going to be held at Tebay, was whispered to me...
    Are these just conjectures?
    Can anyone confirm it here?
    Thanks very much
    Cannot confirm, but heard the same in Staveley ....

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    No idea about specific location but its definitely Helm as it says so on the British Fell Relays 2019 site at the bottom. https://britishfellrelays2019.org.uk/

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