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    Some fast boys & girls out this year:

    http://eightlane.org/blog/2013/12/23...te-start-list/

    Be a good one to watch, hopefully will be out on the course with camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ady In Accy View Post
    Some fast boys & girls out this year:

    http://eightlane.org/blog/2013/12/23...te-start-list/

    Be a good one to watch, hopefully will be out on the course with camera
    They've missed me off but I'll be there!

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    I've seen you on the list Colin. Until the last few days, you'd have been counting for Alty as well

    I'll give you a shout

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witton Park View Post
    I've seen you on the list Colin. Until the last few days, you'd have been counting for Alty as well

    I'll give you a shout
    Cheers Richard. We might stand a chance if Andy Norman moves up to 10K from parkruns!
    http://www.parkrun.org.uk/results/at...eNumber=144074

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    Fastest 10K time of the year today (road) by Jonny Mellor: 29:12. Cracking race to spectate!


    One of Blackburn Harriers juniors.


    There was a road closure in place but the odd farm vehicle popped up and plenty of cyclists (fair enough) but one bunch of road cyclists behaved like total dicks - riding in a group of about 5 or 6 and not changing their line or slowing down for groups of runners (albeit on the right hand side of the road but it was a road closure). When said runners shouted, one of the riders shouted back 'it's our road as well'. THB I was disgusted and did not have time to take a pic of the rider or else he would be posted up on every social media site I could think of.

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    Just a shout out for ex Junior FRA Champion Marc Scott ex of Richmond and Zetland.

    Last year he ran the Ribble Valley 10k for the first time and won it in a course record 28:58, the first sub 29 on the course that has had some top athletes over the years.

    He won it on Sunday again in 28:32 with the top 3 men all inside 29 and some incredible depth in the ladies as well.

    I was frowned upon at times by many non-fell endurance coaches for encouraging some of my runners to have a go at junior fell.

    Marc is another example of how a sensible level of fell running can help produce a strong all-round adult endurance runner.
    Be interesting if he ever gets a taste for fell again.
    Richard Taylor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Witton Park View Post
    Just a shout out for ex Junior FRA Champion Marc Scott ex of Richmond and Zetland.

    Last year he ran the Ribble Valley 10k for the first time and won it in a course record 28:58, the first sub 29 on the course that has had some top athletes over the years.

    He won it on Sunday again in 28:32 with the top 3 men all inside 29 and some incredible depth in the ladies as well.

    I was frowned upon at times by many non-fell endurance coaches for encouraging some of my runners to have a go at junior fell.

    Marc is another example of how a sensible level of fell running can help produce a strong all-round adult endurance runner.
    Be interesting if he ever gets a taste for fell again.
    Ah... but are you owning up to this?
    http://results.racetimers.co.uk/myre...2098-2-1288787

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oracle View Post
    Ah... but are you owning up to this?
    http://results.racetimers.co.uk/myre...2098-2-1288787
    No - I was up Darwen Moor and I'd be at least 5 minutes slower
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