Thanks to all those who organised, officiated, competed and generally helped make our annual Joe Moran veteran’s track and field event take place after a Covid induced break.
The results are here.
See you next year.
We didn’t manage to get together for an awards night this year. A few of the winners did get together for a picture:
Given the lack of races this year we’re rolling the 2020 and 2021 Senior Road Race Championships into one so any races you did manage will still count. Rules here: Senior Road Running Championship
2019 Calculations below.
A fair few of us do the Stockport 10M each year. Quite why we get up on a Sunday morning in early December to race a tough 10 mile route in often grim weather, I don’t know. Maybe it’s the friendly atmosphere of the race, maybe it’s the varied course, maybe it’s simply to work of the affects of the Christmas party season?
This year it was virtual. So we did it in a few groups, across two weekends and – I think – enjoyed it.
Full results here, but a special mention to Dave Walmsley for winning the V50 category.
It’s most unlikely we will be able to hold a Presentation Evening this year, so we’ve decided to publish the 2019 Road Championship results. Members are asked to look through the list of “Races Run” and the “Table”; if you find any errors and/or omissions, please contact Brenda by the 14th November. As it stands, we’ll be giving nine awards as shown on the “Winners” attachment and we’ll post the awards to the winning individuals early in December.
The results of the 2018 road championships are below with Wendy Woodhead and Ed Fazakerley topping the scoreboards:
There’s still time to get your name on a 2019 trophy! Details or on the last page of the fixtures list, but roughly you have to complete at least five races out of the following:
If that seems hard to follow, don’t ask me exactly how the scoring works. Sir Isaac Newton claimed he discovered the mathematics of Calculus whilst trying to advance the science of physics, but I think he was just trying to work out the MANHAC road championships scoring.Read more
Results are here
If you would like to see the photographs taken of your race, please email Harry Shakeshaft (firstname.lastname@example.org) giving him the race you were in and your Number. Harry will then email you low resolution pictures and give you the opportunity to purchase high resolution photohraphs
Full results here
Fastest Man & Winner of The Manchester Mile Trophy Tommy Horton Snr – Hallamshire Harriers – 4:11.72
Fastest Woman & Winner of The Rose Bowl
& Fastest Woman Vet
Louise Rudd V40 – Stockport H & AC – 5:02.77
Fastest Male Vet – Robert White V40 – Buxton & District AC – 4:40.05
Fastest U17 Boy – Alex Ediker – Chesterfield & District AC – 4:31.77
Fastest U17 Girl – Ceri Jones – Deeside AAC – 6:50.38
Fastest U15 Boy – James Jones – Deeside AAC– 4:49.04
Fastest U15 Girl – Lauren Burgess – Stockport H & AC – 6:06.60
Best performance by a Manchester Harrier & Winner of The Flat Mile Trophy – Richard Skitt – 5:27.46
A record attendance, thanks to all who took part.
Results are here
Congratulations to Ian Fennell and Mel Barber for winning the Sportsman and woman of the year awards. Carl Summers and George Lawson were runners up in the men’s award, and Emily Hughes and Jessica Morrissey were runners up in the women’s award.
In the Christmas Handicap, well done to Mo Fox for winning the senior’s race, and Steffi Berndt for winning the junior race.