Thanks to Purple Gecko Events for the photo
Well done to Chris Madeley for completing the “insanely muddy” course in a very respectable 3:21:36
Thanks to Axe Valley Runners for organising a total mudfest. If you enjoy hills, mud, outstanding natural beauty, and a fantasticly well organised event, this is definitely one to add to the list
Photos by Julie, Katrina, Jules, Claire and Keith Hill
Race Report by Dee
Thanks to John Stedman for keeping Jane fuelled with Mocha
A torrential downpour during the first 3 miles made for a very wet race, despite the sun coming out! A great course, although not as flat as I remember with 3 good climbs on the road out before coming back on the flat Tarka Trail.
Scores on the doors/watches:
Hope everyone has had good runs this weekend, it’s been a busy one for races! 💙
Race Report by Emma Stephens
Spring is in the Air and it’s been another busy weekend for BRRs. On Saturday 10 intrepid racers took on the kilometre of vertical ascent aka the KVK. Well done everyone
Thank you to Freedom Racing, Karen Sully, and Marty Barnfield for the photos
Loyd Purvis of Run4Adventure has put together a great video which showcases the spectacular KVK route and steep hills: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXyi903vp-E&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3rPO059SU1-fm8NwGu4vXbWsHjb10V6eneFzVd7Nf16Ny8haIAwgFNLpA
Parkrun joined forces with the This Girl Can campaign to mark International Women’s Day this weekend. In the spirit of the day, Lanhydrock saw female runners outnumber the men, with 6 women running their first ever Parkrun. Girl Power!!!
Thank you to Lesley Taphouse for the gallery photos