Did you know? Research shows it takes 15 minutes of running to burn off one Creme Egg! Do yourselves a favour before the Easter gluttony begins and sign up for the 2019 Riverbank Challenge, the last time this race will be run in its current format before a new-look event in 2020! Enter now from as little as £12. Prizes for all finishers, cash prizes for winners and spot prizes from Peel & Ash and Zolsha... just to help you put it back on! https://www.sportsentrysolutions.com/new_race_page.php?recordID=200959
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Inspired by this weekend’s marathon antics? Considering it yourself one day? Give the Riverbank Challenge a try on June 9 - at a third of the distance it’s a great way to test yourself, without hitting The Wall™️. Enter here for as little as £12, with prizes for each finisher, spot prizes and cash prizes for the winners. https://www.sportsentrysolutions.com/new_race_page.php?recordID=200959
📰 Marathon season kicked in on Sunday as a number of Goole Viking Striders took on the 26.2 miles in Manchester. Julie Masterman was first back for the club and fantastically the first in her age category, in a time of three hours, 19 minutes and 59 seconds. Bob Coates was second, an unbelievable marathon debut in his first year as a club runner, 3.38.41, and Patrick Harness third 3.40.01. Wayne Gardiner was next, 3.57.49, with Philppa Oldridge running a brilliant 4.29.41 on her marathon debut. Well done to Sandy Midgley, 4.35.28, and to four other 26.2 first-timers in Giuseppe Barbacane (4.36.55), Sophie Booth (5.13.18) and Rachael and Steven O’Brian (both 5.44.00). Despite saying they won’t be back, they will! Praise too to Steve Tether, formally of the GVS parish, who was in excellent form for 3.04.41. There was racing elsewhere on Sunday, James Williamson’s endless run of PBs extending at the Hornsea third-marathon in 57.58, with Emma Tune the fourth lady overall in 63.51. And last, but no way least, well done to Jonny McFaul, 40.38 at the Lincoln 10k after a spell out injured. :: thanks to Gemma Oughtred and Tom Bramham for making their way to the finish line in Manchester with cakes, and Mick Pollard for travelling over to take pictures and offer support en route ☺️ ... See more
Sorry Sophie !!
Few coming through.. sorry to the ones I've missed not quick enough !!!
Striders incoming !!
Good luck to everyone running this weekend including the intrepid Striders taking on the 26.2 around Manchester tomorrow. The hard work is done, just go enjoy it 😁
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