An impressive turnout of 29 Beverley AC members lined up for the Ferriby 10 mile road race on a stormy Sunday morning last weekend.
Beverley Athletic Club’s athletes had a cold and frosty start to their cross country race last Sunday. Held in the grounds of Sledmere House, this was the fourth race in the 2013/2014 East Yorkshire Cross Country League
Beverley Athletic Club’s athletes put in an excellent performance at last Sunday’s East Yorkshire Cross Country series race, with members coming first in both the men’s and women’s races.
Last Sunday saw the second race in the 2013/2014 East Yorkshire Cross Country series, at Drewton Woods, near South Cave. The race is organised by Beverley AC. It covers a demanding and hilly six and a half miles
Nine Beverley AC members ventured over the bridge to Barton last Sunday, for the final Club Handicap Series race of the season, The Deepdale Dash 10k.
Beverley AC’s Carla Stansfield convincingly won the women’s race, crossing the line in 42:33, over four minutes in front of the second placed woman and a very strong 12th place overall.
Sunday saw Beverley AC roll out their new annual event, The College Canter. This is hosted by Bishop Burton College on their Equine hacking track.
On Sunday 25th August, a party of athletes from Beverley AC travelled over to Robin Hood’s Bay for the Annual ‘Smuggler’s Trod’ challenge event.
Beverley AC runner, Carla Stansfield pulled off a fantastic performance at the Escrick 10k on Sunday, to finish as first lady in 38:58.
One week after the tragic events at The Boston Marathon, 12 Beverley AC members joined more than 35000 runners in the 32nd London Marathon.
Conditions were perfect for running last Sunday when the final race of the 2012 / 2013 East Yorkshire Cross-Country League took place at Sewerby. It was firm underfoot with a few muddy sections and unusually for Sewerby there was no wind.
More than 750 runners took part in last Sunday’s Snake Lane 10 race at Pocklington, 26 of them from Beverley Athletic Club.
Conditions were cold and very muddy for the penultimate race in the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League which took place at Welton last Sunday.
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.
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.