Athletes from local running clubs braved cold, blustery weather last Sunday as they tackled the challenging Ferriby 10 road race.
Driffield Striders hosted the fourth race in the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League on the Sledmere Estate last Sunday.
The second race in the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League took place at Drewton Woods near South Cave last Sunday. It was a gloriously sunny day and conditions were perfect for cross country running.
Two teams from Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Mansfield last Saturday to represent the club in the Saucony English Cross-Country Relays.
The Bridlington Half-Marathon took place last Sunday and attracted runners from all the local running clubs, including Beverley AC.
The 2012 / 2013 season of the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League got off to a gloriously muddy start last Sunday at Bishop Wilton near Pocklington.
Members of Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Leigh in Lancashire last weekend to compete against teams from all over the north of England in the Northern 6 and 4 Stage Road Relay Championships.
Beverley Athletic Club seniors and juniors travelled to Goole last Sunday to take part in the third of a marathon Goole Riverbank Challenge and the 2-mile fun run.
The oldest finisher in the recent Hall Construction Group Beverley 10k has been presented with a special prize to mark his achievement. Seventy-five year-old Ivor Michaels was presented with a commemorative tankard
Athletes from local running clubs gathered at Great Hatfield last Sunday to take part in the Hornsea Third Marathon. The race was a designated handicap race for Beverley Athletic Club and the club fielded a squad of 28 runners.
Two teams from Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Sefton Park in Liverpool last Saturday to take part in the Northern Road Relay Championships. The event is open to club athletes of all abilities but also attracts some of the best road runners in the north
It was a soggy Sunday at Sewerby for the final race of the 2011 / 2012 season of the East Yorkshire XC League. The rain that fell before and during the race created slippery conditions underfoot and some parts of the course were very muddy. 117 hardy athletes from eight local running clubs set off from the cliff top at Sewerby and followed the testing course through Danes’ Dyke, round…
Members of Beverley Athletic Club gathered at Lazaat last Saturday for a presentation evening which celebrated their achievements in 2011. Club Chairman Rob Reid welcomed members to the highlight of the club’s year
Almost two thousand runners took part in the 2012 Northern Cross-Country Championships which took place at Pontefract Racecourse last Saturday. The event attracted the best XC runners in the North of England, among them a small contingent from Beverley Athletic Club. The course was all on grass and although it was a mild and dry day there were some muddy sections to test the stamina of the athletes. The senior…
Members of Beverley Athletic Club travelled to York last Sunday to take part in the Brass Monkey half-marathon. This is a very popular event and runners have to be fast to secure a place in the race as all 1700
Athletes from eight local running clubs gathered at Langdale End in north Yorkshire last weekend to take part in the third race in the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League. Host club Scarborough AC have varied the course over the years but no matter which route is chosen it is always the most demanding race in the league. The tricky terrain includes very steep inclines, river crossings, fields and woodland. The weather…
Three athletes from Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Ripley near Harrogate last Sunday to run the Guy Fawkes 10 road race. This is a very challenging event with several serious climbs. The course was made even tougher this year by a slight change to the route. Steve Hadley chose this race to attempt to return to his former form and finish in less than 90 minutes for the ten-mile distance. …
Three teams of runners from Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Birchwood in Warrington last Saturday to take part in the Start Fitness Northern Athletics Autumn Road Relays. The event attracted a large number of athletes from all over the north of England and the competition was fierce. The men’s race was a six stage relay with each athlete running a 6 km circuit on quiet roads on an industrial estate. …