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    Re: Worsthorne Moor Fell Race

    Am i being a bit dim here but how do you get the results from the page the url takes you to?

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    Re: Worsthorne Moor Fell Race

    Some photographs can be found on a new website (sportsunday.co.uk)

    http://www.sportsunday.co.uk/#2.0

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    Re: Worsthorne Moor Fell Race

    Quote Originally Posted by grimmer View Post
    Am i being a bit dim here but how do you get the results from the page the url takes you to?
    If you cannot read pdf files then try this link:-

    http://www.ukresults.net/2009/worsthorne.html

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    What a cracking race, just the sort of thing I like; fast and furious. Good pictures thanks to whoever took them and uploaded them. This race begs the question of why I live in Cambridge. I was amazed that my legs felt as they did on the hills really, I thought I was gonna be dead.

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    Cool Worsthorne Fell Race

    Just a reminder.... Worsthorne fell race tomorrow (Sunday) at 11am. Registration (and post race drinks ;-) at the Crooked Billet, Worsthorne, Burnley from 9am.
    See you there....

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    Does anyone know where to find results for the senior race? Thanks

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    Re: Worsthorne Fell Race

    Its on uk results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewbacca View Post
    Its on uk results.
    Cheers!

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    The race seems to have slipped off the forum radar so I thought I'd just give it a shout out.

    Ventured out for my 3rd race of the year yesterday. I've been struggling with my back so the gradual inclines of the ascents and descents at this race were manageable for me.

    It was my 3rd time at the event and my slowest

    It's an out and back to a clockwise loop that takes you past Cant Clough and Hurstwood Reservoirs. It is mostly on old cart tracks and reservoir access roads, with a 1 mile section of moorland trod.

    The climbs are more like drags, long and gradual. From the start 2 miles with 600ft of climb with just a short 300m or so downhill respite. The 2nd drag is 1.5 miles and around 300ft before the blast down to the finish.

    The race is part of the Pendle and Burnley Grand Prix Series so always guaranteed a decent turnout. All the PBGP races are well organised and even for fell runners, there are some interesting road races with enough climb to test the best.

    Nice venue, good route, good pub and pie and peas (although I couldn't stay this year) and a chance for a catch up with some old friends.

    Thanks to Clayton for putting the race on.
    Richard Taylor
    "William Tell could take an apple off your head. Taylor could take out a processed pea."
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